PASADENA, Texas – The Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) Board of Regents has named Brad McKechnie, DC, DACAN as the institution’s 14th president, after serving as the interim president since April 2014.
An honor graduate of TCC in 1985, Dr. McKechnie returned to his alma mater as an assistant professor in the department of clinical sciences. He also twice served as a dean during his tenure, managing postgraduate education and later overseeing external affairs for the college. In 2009, Dr. McKechnie was named to the TCC Board of Regents and he served on the Board’s Academic Affairs Committee, Postgraduate Committee, and the Finance Committee.
PASADENA, Texas – Brad McKechnie, DC, DACAN, president of Texas Chiropractic College (TCC), is pleased to announce the promotion of Stephen A. Foster, DC, FICC to the position of provost, effective December 8, 2014.
According to Dr. McKechnie, “Dr. Foster’s responsibilities as provost include coordinating TCC’s academic programming, infrastructure and budgetary matters with the president’s office. Dr. Foster will work methodically to administer the resources, training and services that students, faculty and staff need to promote excellence in the education of doctors of chiropractic.”
Preparation is at the heart of everything we do at Texas Chiropractic College. Nothing reflects this commitment to our students more than the outstanding facilities they find on the TCC campus.
Throughout the learning experience here, students master their skills on the same kinds of equipment, technologies, and resources they will encounter in the professional world. As a result, they are ready to succeed as Doctors of Chiropractic on day one.
Moody Health Center offers an array of services and is where students complete most of their clinical internship experiences and have the ability to treat real patients with real health care needs.
The newly-built, 35,000-square-foot Yasunori Iwama Education Center has been heralded as one of the finest facilities in chiropractic education in the country.
The James M. Russell Education Building serves as both a place to learn, as well as a social hub for students on campus.
The Learning Resource Center is where students find an abundance of learning resources and academic support services.
The Guy & Ester Ligon Laboratory Building offers students excellent laboratory facilities.
The Mae Hilty Memorial Library supports the scholarship of TCC students and faculty, and provides a wealth of services and resources.
Completed in 1996, the Smith Building offers modern facilities and resources.
The William M. Harris Administration Building offers students a single location in which to find all of their admission and administrative needs.