KOLO News looks at the rising cost of higher education and student debt versus job growth in America
News 4 looks at the number of manufacturing jobs lost during the recession, and how TMCC is a center for skills training necessary to finding work in today's manufacturing industry.
Fred Lokken, TMCC's Dean of Web College, talks to Channel 2's Chris Ciarlo about online education. They discuss the growth of online classes, and what kind of student benefits from taking their courses online.
KOLO 8 news uses the 2013 nurse pinning ceremony at TMCC to look at the employment rate for recent graduates, and the benefit of higher education.
Watch local television coverage of TMCC's 2013 commencement ceremony.
Watch local television news coverage of the 4th Annual Building Women Career Fair held on April 12, 2013 at TMCC's Edison site.
Watch local television news coverage of the 2013 Lighter Than Air vehicle competition.
Watch the story Channel 2 ran during the evening of Commencement. 2012 Regents' Scholar, Lisa Hoffman-Davis, is interviewed.
Instructor Evert Broderick talks live on KOLO TV about the herbal studies classes offered at TMCC.
Dr. Kyle Dalpe delivers TMCC's annual donation to the Food Bank of Northern Nevada at the 2011 Share Your Christmas food drive.
Northern Nevada's Univision news looks at lower enrollment numbers across the state. This report is in the Spanish language.
TMCC political science professor Fred Lokken talks with Nevada Newsmakers host Sam Shad about a video project created to educate Nevadans about the United States Constitution.
See how more students than ever are taking all of their classes online. Channel 8 files the story.
TMCC thanks NV Energy for their generous donation to the Renewable Energy program.
Watch local television news coverage as the TMCC nursing program becomes the Maxine S. Jacobs Nursing Program.
Watch Fox 11 news coverage of Microsoft Licensing, GP, handing out scholarship checks to Northern Nevada students before a Reno Aces baseball game.
See local news coverage of President Sheehan's reaction to meeting President Barack Obama.
Watch local television news coverage of the 2011 Lighter Than Air vehicle competition at TMCC.
National Geographic photographer Sam Abell visits Northern Nevada as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series. Hear Sam discuss photography with Channel 2's John Potter.
TMCC President Dr. Maria Sheehan and Washoe County School District Superintendent Dr. Heath Morrison discuss how proposed budget cuts will affect students in Northern Nevada.
Nevada's high unemployment rate is fueling a rise in the number of people starting their own business. News 4 shows how TMCC is helping entrepreneurs get started.
Watch local television news coverage of TMCC High School's 2011 Career Day. Green energy careers were one of the topics discussed.
TMCC Professor Dianne Cheseldine speaks with Channel 2 News about the citizens of Egypt rising up against the government lead by President Hosni Mubarak.
News 4 speaks with Jim New, Associate Dean of Science at TMCC, about training a workforce to fill the growing number of jobs in renewable energy technology.
TMCC Associate Dean Jim New talks with News 4 about meeting President Obama's challenge to produce 80% of the electricity in America with clean technology by the year 2035.
Watch local television coverage on the dedication of the new nursing wing at TMCC's Dandini campus.
News 4 Interviews NSHE Chancellor Dan Klaich, TMCC President Dr. Maria Sheehan and WCSD Superintendent Dr. Heath Morrison about the number of college students who need remedial math and English courses in college.
Watch stories from channels 8 and 2 from TMCC's Commencement ceremony.
TMCC is using a $500,000 grant from the ExxonMobil corporation to train new workers in home weatherization.
Channel 8 News looks at a new textbook rental program designed to save college students money.
Kathy Berry, marketing manager for TMCC's Workforce Development and Continuing Education programs, talks to Channel 8 about the rise in enrollment for community inspired classes.
Channel 2 interviews President Maria Sheehan after she meets with fellow TMCC employees about the budget cutbacks.
Dr. Maria Sheehan talks about moving forward after budget cuts, and how Truckee Meadows Community College continues to improve many fields of study.
KRNV News 4 interviews Madame Jehan Sadat, wife of the late Egyptian President Anwar Sadat, who discusses her work as an educator and social activist for women's rights and international peace. Madame Sadat spoke as part of TMCC's Distinguished Speaker Series.
KOLO 8 News Now talks to Roberta Bickford about the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill.
KTVN, Channel 2, features the college's renewable energy program.
The Physicians' Spouses Rummage Sale, sponsored by The Alliance with the Washoe County Medical Society helps TMCC nursing students. The rummage sale typically brings in $50,000 to $60,000 per year.
Nevada's unemployed could find opportunity with green collar jobs, and training for the jobs starts at TMCC.
A national study shows one in five newly licensed nurses quits within a year. Truckee Meadows Community College hopes to change the tide with its nurse mentoring program.
The school of sciences dean talks with KOLO News Now about TMCC's Renewable Energy program.
Dr. Maria Sheehan answers the tough questions regarding the budget cuts and the effect on TMCC.
Dr. Heather Graham shares the benefits of chocolate with KRNV News 4.
KTVN Channel 2 talks to a nursing student and TMCC president about the proposed budget cuts.
View the interviews with students who explain why TMCC is their first choice.
KRNV News 4 looks at the college's new electric vehicle charging stations
KRNV News 4 profiles a TMCC student who headed back to school to make herself more marketable.
KOLO covers TMCC Veterans' Ceremony and features the Veterans Upward Bound Program.
Bonnie Green gives specific tips that will help grab a recruiter's attention
Learn about TMCC's adult literacy program and why it has become an important community resource.
The second half of Dr. Sheehan's interview with Ed Pearce and Lisa Foster, hosts of "It's Not Just Politics"
President Maria C. Sheehan sits down for an in-depth interview on KOLO's "It's Not Just Politics"
The college accepted a $100,000 donation from Sierra Pacific Resources to build a new solar technology lab located at the TMCC/IGT Applied Technology Center.
Fred Lokken featured on local television news.
Bob Schmidt tells KRNV News 4 what business owners and employees can do to protect themselves against armed robbers.
Mike Rainey, former dean of TMCC's Workforce Development and Continuing Education, talks with KOLO regarding the need for skilled workers and how TMCC is meeting the need.
Watch local news coverage of TMCC's 2008 commencement.
Anastasia Sefchick talks about TMCC's English as a second language and citizenship programs.
TMCC Interim President Delores A. Sanford signs an accord with the American College & University Presidents Climate Commitment. View the news conference of the sigining ceremony.
Dave Boden tells News 4 there's no evidence for any kind of volcanic activity related to the latest swarm.
TMCC hosts the 5th Annual CANstruction Event for the Northern Nevada Food Bank.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics puts jobs in the environmental sciences among the fastest growing, expected to increase by 25% by 2016. Find out more about the program featured on KTVN Channel 2.
Landscape architecture students study how to create a beautiful landscape that is sustainable. The program is featured on KTVN Channel 2.
Hundreds of people visited the 23rd Annual Multicultural Festival to soak in the sights, sounds, tastes and smells of a variety of world cultures.
Professor Fred Lokken is interviewed regarding term limits in the Nevada State Legislature.
The TMCC Climate Commitment Task Force will develop and implement a college-wide action plan to achieve climate neutrality;net zero greenhouse gas emissions by conserving energy, using renewable energy and earning carbon offsets.
More than 100 women participated in the Building Women Career Fair at the TMCC IGT Applied Technology Center.
The C-SPAN Campaign 2008 bus made a stop at the Truckee Meadows Community College Dandini Campus. Watch news coverage of the event.
View several television news stations' coverage of Dr. Maria Sheehan's announcement as TMCC's new president.
Mentzer talks about how popular television shows like "CSI" can change how people view crime scene investigation.
Campus police at both TMCC and UNR respond to students' safety concerns. Watch KTVN Channel 2's interview with TMCC Police Chief Randy Flocchini.
On KTVN Channel 2's Ask the Doctor segment, TMCC instructor Dr. Heather Graham talks about the health benefits of dark chocolate and fish oil, and a why eating healthy makes you feel better.
On KTVN Channel 2's "Ask the Doctor" segment, TMCC dietetic tech instructor Dr. Heather Graham, talks about how to eat healthy around the holidays and how unhealthy eating maybe linked to cancer.
TMCC Interim President Delores Sanford and Scott Alquist presented the Food Bank of Northern Nevada with 14 barrels of food and $535.00 in cash donations.
Based on an approximate total weight of 1,000 pounds of food and the cash collected, TMCC will be providing 6,140 meals for the less fortunate in the Truckee Meadows.
The students joined together with the Hospice Foundation of Northern Nevada to design a new hospice house. Learn more from KTVN Channel 2's Tom Henkenius.
Sir Chris Bonington sits down with KOLO 8's Dick Stoddard for a morning interview.
KTVN Channel 2 reporter Kristen Walthers profiles a TMCC student who escaped the bloodshed in the Sudan and to study and one day become a doctor.
KOLO profiles GRC instructor Brian Wells and the program. Find out more about the graphic communications program and meet Brian and some talented students.
Watch coverage of the TMCC Veterans Day event, including a flag display that includes all branches of the armed services. The flags were donated by the TMCC Foundation.
Watch KREN news report on the opening of TMCC's new Law Center.
KOLO News Channel 8 profiles the youngest graduate in the history of TMCC, Jason Molt.