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Stay Connected

Posted on August 22, 2013

By Holly Walker

It’s always good to be in the know, and here at Tyler, there are lots of ways you can stay up-to-date. Here are just a few:

The College’s Facebook page is a great way to interact with the College and with your fellow students. It also is a good place to go to find out about fun events and activities, important dates, student successes and much more. What makes Facebook work? You. We want to hear from you, so post your photos, tell us about your experiences, and ask questions. Like us at

The College uses Twitter for quick reminders and updates. It’s a great way to get quick messages about what’s happening at Tyler. Follow us at

Tyler Alert
Tyler Alert is a system that allows the College to send urgent text messages and e-mails about emergency situations and about closings and delays due to inclement weather. It’s a voluntary system, so you must sign up for it if you want to receive these messages. Just go to to get started.

Photos are a fun way to show what’s happening at Tyler. Want to enjoy the Commencement ceremony or Scholarship Celebration Night? Interested in seeing what happened at the Fool for Art festival? Curious about a student activity? Check out, and take a photographic tour of what’s going on at Tyler.

Experience events, learn about a degree program and hear from our students – you can do all this and more when you explore our YouTube channel at

And, don’t forget – one of the best ways to stay connected to Tyler is through our web site. From program curriculum, financial aid information and student clubs to news, important dates and online publications – is a great resource for all students. 


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