Hardware Available for Student Checkout
Chromebook (semester checkout)
Tablet with WiFi & keyboard (semester checkout)
Web Cam (1 week checkout)
Calculator (semester checkout)
Adobe Creative Cloud
As many schools are closing physical campuses and moving to online courses, student access to Adobe Creative Cloud in labs and classrooms is not available. Adobe has provided temporary at-home access for impacted students and faculty, so that they can continue their work remotely. Please follow the instructions below to enable access to Creative Cloud Desktop Apps on your personal device.
If you would like access to Rosetta Stone for your classes contact the Help Desk to request training materials and resource documents to set up your class.
Adobe is providing Adobe Connect for Free 90-day Access. Educators can follow the link to complete a short form to get access.
Institutions who aren’t customers can now use Adobe Connect rooms with up -to 25 participants for free for up to 90 days if they sign-up for a trial license between now and 1st July.
Signing Up for GoReact is simple. CLICK HERE and complete the online form with your user information. Be sure you use your TCCD email address.
Select “TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE” or “TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE (BLACKBOARD) to indicate your intended use.
Information and Resources
Online Demos (Free) from Account Manager – request contact information thru the Help Desk
Case Studies for various disciplines
Resources for Registered Users
TCC's Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) allows you to log on to a Windows 10 virtual desktop from anywhere you have internet access.
This provides you with virtual access to many campus applications and programs, including:
Since VDI has the resources and software you need, you don't need to download anything directly to your device to get your work done.
*NOTE* TCC VDI does not work on Mac computers.
FREE ACCESS TO SOFTWARE: Please visit www.autodesk.com/ education to get started.
FREE CONTENT & CURRICULUM: AutoDesk has packaged content for educators to support distance learning efforts and self-paced training for students. Visit https://academy.autodesk.com/ to find resources.
COMMUNITY & CONNECTION: AutoDesk wants to support schools by joining in the conversation on their @AutodeskEDU social channels or via their support forums.