The "On Track" video allows continuing students to view helpful information on the tools available in MyTMCC. Important topics such as how to verify you are taking the appropriate courses toward your degree, what courses will meet remaining degree requirements, how to run a "What If" scenario if you are thinking of changing your degree or emphasis and how to use MyPlanner are some of the topics that will be covered. This important seminar will help you stay "On Track" toward reaching your educational goals.
Follow the steps to complete your GED requirements.
Watch this video to learn about the services offered at the TMCC Writing Center, and what you should expect during a tutoring session.
See how the TMCC Police Department protects and serves the community college population.
Visit all five TMCC educational sites in this video virtual tour.
Patty Avila-Porter, Student Access Program Manager at TMCC, talks about options for higher education, and what students should do to prepare for college.
Learn about the different sites where TMCC offers classes around the Truckee Meadows.
We'll walk you through the steps to enroll at TMCC.
Learn how to transfer to a university. The following video provides general information about transferring to the University of Nevada, Reno.
The Truckee Meadows Community College Police Department is proud to offer personal empowerment safety education to children ages 5 to 12. Find out more about the radKIDS Program.
TMCC provides a variety of educational support services to prepare the veteran for success in achieving his or her educational goal. Find out more.
Do you know how to protect yourself while online. Here are some tips you should follow to keep your information secure.
Make sure that you visit with an academic advisor who will help you choose classes that meet your degree requirements. Not all classes will help you graduate or transfer to a university. Advisors help you make the right choices.
Tour our testing center. It provides a stress-free testing environment for members of the college community for ACCUPLACER/academic placement exam, college academic distance education exams, CLEP/college credit exams and other proctored exams.
Obtain free tutoring in the following areas: math, writing, ESL, sciences, social sciences, business, and the humanities.
Do you want to attend college, but thinks it's too expensive? TMCC's Financial Aid, Scholarships and Student Employment Office will help you and your family plan for the cost of college. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you to identify financial aid options, scholarship opportunities and employment choices.