Fred W. Beazley Portsmouth Campus has relocated to the Victory Village area of the City of Portmsouth from its original site in northern Suffolk.
The campus was founded on land donated
by Frederick W. Beazley and the Beazley Foundation for the
purpose of creating a community college. It opened in the
fall of 1968 as the original site of TCC. Since January 2010, the campus has been in the Victory Village section of Portsmouth, near Interstate 264 and Victory Boulevard,
and encompasses 35 acres.
The new state-of-the-art campus contains four buildings that house academic programs, administrative offices,
student services, an innovative library with a large open computer lab, and a physical plant building. Totaling 183,000 square feet, the buildings
house most of the instructional programs for the Portsmouth
Campus, which include the college's:
In addition, the campus offers
a wide array of transfer programs designed to prepare students
to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a bachelor's degree. The campus also houses the offices of the innovative First College Program in partnership with Portsmouth Public Schools.