Center for Academic Support and Achievement (CASA)
and Center for Multi-Ethnic and Cultural Affairs (MECA)

The CASA/MECA program provides comprehensive programs and support services for first generation, economically disadvantaged students, and students with disabilities. Our goal is to promote access, academic persistence and achievement within a diverse student body. Our services are designed to help students stay in school and achieve their academic goals, including transferring to four-year institutions.

Support Services

  • Financial aid advising & scholarship search assistance
  • Men of Distinction Program
  • Peer to Peer Mentoring (coming soon)
  • Re-entry Program for Justice Involved Students
  • Resources and assistance for students facing housing insecurity
  • Student Emergency Assistance Grant program
  • Titan Food Pantry located in Building 17
  • TRiO Education Advisor, an Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) Program in partnership with the Metropolitan Development Council
  • Computer labs accessible to all TCC students
  • On campus and external community partner resources information

Any Other Questions?

Contact us at any time, we're happy to speak to you over the phone or by email