Public Information Office

Marketing Your Program

PIO supports departments in the creation of promotional materials at no charge to the department. PIO will design, write, edit and layout copy, photos and graphics. Departments pay for off-campus printing jobs and media buys.

PIO reviews all promotional materials to ensure the professional quality of TMCC publications. Brochures, pamphlets, fliers, posters, etc. must be approved by PIO prior to printing.

PIO can meet with you to discuss options for marketing your program. Please contact us to set up a meeting.

You can do the following on your own and at no cost:

  • Update your program's website.
  • Add information to the TMCC online calendar
  • Submit items for use in the TMCC This Month student e-newsletter, which goes out on the 1st of each month. Items are due to PIO by the 25th.

Other items that may be effective, but require more advanced planning and may have a cost, include:

  • Handout cards
  • Over-sized signs (require easels)
  • PowerPoint slides (to market to current students in class)
  • Fliers
  • Channel 200 screen
  • Directional Signs
  • External calendars
  • Direct mail (postcards, letters)

Note: our research has shown our students do not read the posters on campus boards.

Television Ads

The following television and radio advertisements were developed for registration and air on a variety of TV and radio stations in the Reno market. To view or listen to an ad, select its link.

"TMCC, You Complete Me" Campaign 2013

"TMCC, You Complete Me" Campaign 2011

TMCC Animated Commercials

Students in TMCC's Visual and Performing Arts Department have created two 60-second animated commercials about the college's programs. Watch now to see some of the excellent work created at TMCC.

Radio Ads

All radio ads are in .MP3 format.


Online Ads


Print Ads


Past Marketing Materials

For marketing materials prior to the current advertising campaign, please contact the Public Information Office.

College News

Be the Match; an Event to Help People Save Lives

Nursing students are sponsoring a bone marrow registry drive on April 23-24.

Alumni Association Introduces the “Biggest Little Street Faire”

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

Calendar of Events

SGA Talent Show Auditions

Monday, April 21
VSTA 206, Dandini Campus

Free Student Workshop: Understanding Student Loans

Tuesday, April 22
EDSN 112, IGT Applied Technology Center