TMCC

Institutional Research

Institutional Research Publications

Here you will find published historical data on enrollment trends, student characteristics, college resources, the external environment, and performance indicators.

TMCC Performance Benchmarks

FactBook

This is TMCC's electronic data book. Here you will find information on enrollment trends, student characteristics, college resources, and external environment.

Fact Sheets

TMCC's enrollment facts at a glance.

WCSD Data Profiles

The Washoe County School District (WCSD), Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC) and the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) have worked in concert through the Education Alliance of Washoe County to produce the Washoe K-16 Data Profile (formerly called the High School Data Profile). The Nevada Department of Education and the Nevada System of Higher Education have also participated in this effort.

The data profile is the collection and presentation of data about WCSD high school students and their matriculation into college, with special emphasis on the graduates who attend UNR and TMCC. Through this effort, we hope to identify factors that can increase the success of our students as they proceed from high school to post-secondary education.

Next Arrow View the Washoe K-16 Data Profiles.

IR Administrative Unit Review

During the fall 2006 semester, the Institutional Research Office conducted a self-study through the College's administrative unit review process.

Next Arrow View the fall 2006 IR Administrative Review Self-study (note: due to the large amount of data presented in the appendices, they are currently not available online)

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College News

Alumni Association Introduces the “Biggest Little Street Faire”

New event will raise funds for first-generation TMCC students.

Phi Theta Kappa Chapter Attains Five Stars

Officers of TMCC's Alpha Pi Gamma are elected to Calif./Nev. regional posts.

Calendar of Events

Spring Job Fair and Networking Event

Wednesday, April 16
Student Center, Dandini Campus

Lunch with Legends: Religion and Politics in Modern Society

Wednesday, April 16
RDMT 256, Dandini Campus