Academic Advisement assists students as they explore educational planning, majors, transfer procedures, class selection and other information about the College.
Support and services for students, faculty and staff including student ID cards, lost and found, proctoring and more. Discover services offered to part-time faculty both on the Dandini Campus and at our off-campus sites.
Instruction at TMCC includes academic and occupational programs--everything from anthropology to welding--training programs and support services, such as veterans upward bound and the writing center.
Provides effective financial guidance that assures compliance with applicable State of Nevada, Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE), and TMCC rules and regulations relative to the expenditure of College funds. The department also provides a variety of services to students, faculty and staff, including cashier, accounts payable, payroll, financial aid disbursements for students and loan collections, accounting services, travel financial reporting and student billing.
TMCC's Accreditation Office is home to TMCC's evaluation reports and the College's Strategic Master Plan. TMCC is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and/or the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education.
A central location where students can get started with all aspects of entry to the College. The Office provides application for admission assistance, Admissions document pick up and submittal, and residency and refund answers. Students may submit requests for transcript evaluation, graduation and commencement to our Office. We serve all areas of the College with regard to enrollment, general schedule issues and assistance with various needs of students, faculty and staff.
This site is intended to be the first stop for faculty, staff and other interested stakeholders who either need information and resources to fulfill their assessment requirements or want to understand TMCC's current and past activities in the area of learning outcomes and assessment.
The Lizards soccer teams will compete in the Scenic West Athletic Conference, also known as the Scenic West Conference, which is a sports association for junior colleges located in Idaho, Utah, Colorado, and Nevada. It is the sole conference in the NJCAA's Region 18.
Responsible for accounts payable, print services, mail services and property inventory, and vending services. Also responsible for alternative fuel fleet compliance.
TMCC's Bookstore is on campus and online with the textbooks and course materials you need to be successful. We carry supplies, testing materials, TMCC clothing and snacks to help you through the semester.
Provides development, management, monitoring and reporting of the College's financial resources.
Prepares students at any stage with the skills needed to be successful in the world of work.
A grant-funded program dedicated to assisting qualifying students in completing a certificate or degree program at Truckee Meadows Community College and find employment afterward.
Through quality programming the Child Care Center provides early care and education based on best practice while maintaining a supportive learning environment for early childhood education College students.
Assists students in establishing and achieving their educational, career and life goals.
Provides high school students the opportunity to earn free TMCC college credit for approved CTE elective classes completed while in high school.
Locate a telephone number for a specific TMCC department; departments are listed alphabetically.
Provides free accommodations for TMCC students who have a documented disability. Students apply for this service and participate in the development of an accommodation plan.
Offers comprehensive reference and circulation services to faculty and students. The Library subscribes to databases offering thousands of full-text journals, has an active library instruction program and can help faculty craft library assignments to build information literacy. Instructors are encouraged to place copies of course materials on reserve in the Library for students to use.
Assists organizational units in meeting their responsibility to protect the environment and to provide a safe and healthful place of employment and learning.
Responsible for creating and initiating cooperation from the institution to make the College more inclusive, aware and sensitive to the needs of a multicultural and diverse society.
Look up TMCC events, special classes and workshops and deadline information on this handy online calendar. Select the month and day to see the details.
Responsible for operating and maintaining the physical environment of the College community.
Search the TMCC Faculty and Staff Directory, by following follow three easy steps in our new directory database. Finding the right person at TMCC has never been easier.
Officially-designated organization representing members of the TMCC faculty in most academic issues and other issues of shared governance at the College and in the NSHE system.
We're here to help you and your family plan for the cost of college. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you identify financial aid options, scholarship opportunities and employment choices.
The "friendraising" and fundraising division of TMCC. The TMCC Foundation and trustees serve as ambassadors to enhance the College's image; forge partnerships with individuals, businesses, and organizations; and raise gifts to meet College needs.
Assists faculty with writing proposals and managing grants, contracts and other agreements. The Grants Office provides guidance on policies and procedures to assist TMCC faculty and staff to administer grants in compliance with the federal and sponsor regulations.
Apply for a position with TMCC; position descriptions for full and part-time positions are available online. View benefits information for current faculty and staff.
Provides networking, wiring, telecommunications and technical support for TMCC. Manages TMCC's faculty/staff IT customer service. Develops enhanced desktop and reporting tools, and provides project management on various computing initiatives. Oversees application and media services.
Provides research data, including TMCC's FactBook, surveys, state and federal reports, and research projects.
Assists F-1 International students with services necessary to succeed in their new academic environment as well as in the Reno community. Services include assistance with international student admissions paperwork, F-1 regulations advisement, academic advisement, counseling support services and assistance in understanding the international student insurance policy.
Supports the College with media relations, graphic design, editing and print coordination services.
The Skills Center provides Web-based and/or text-based education, supplemented by lectures and special assistance from math instructors assigned to the Skills Center.
Provides quality law enforcement services founded in community-oriented policing and problem solving principles.
As the Chief Executive Officer of Truckee Meadows Community College, the President oversees all administrative, academic and financial aspects of the College.
Provides learning opportunities through workshops open to all members of the TMCC community in the areas of teaching and learning, technology, staff development and personal growth.
The mission of the Recruitment and Access Center Office is to increase College access for prospective students from all backgrounds in order for them to realize their full potential and to successfully enroll at Truckee Meadows Community College.
Schedules usage of all TMCC rooms and facilities for both employees of the College and outside agencies.
Provides a stress-free testing environment and offers proctoring and testing services for members of the College community to take a wide variety of exams.
TMCC tutors are trained to create a positive learning experience, clarify content and help students to attain higher academic achievement.
The Veteran Services Office assists veterans with questions or problems regarding their benefits.
Veterans Upward Bound is a free educational program for qualified veterans. The program is sponsored by Truckee Meadows Community College, funded by the U. S. Department of Education and is designed to assist veterans in preparing for success in college and other post-secondary training.
Provides leadership for all instructional activities at the College in collaboration with the academic deans, department chairs and other academic leaders. Also provides leadership for planning, evaluating and developing student services programs at the TMCC Dandini Campus, Meadowood Center, Applied Technology Center and Health Science Center.
Responsible for the development and administration of the biennium and annual budgets; fiscal analysis and planning; financial reporting; short/long-range forecasting; contract administration and more.
Responsible for the for managing, planning, developing, and advocating for the student services functions at TMCC and for oversight of all departments in the division of Student Services. This Office is also responsible for the resolution of student enrollment complaints.
Responsible for the design, development, implementation, maintenance and operations of Truckee Meadows Community College's website and web-based information delivery systems. View TMCC's web policies, publishing guidelines and procedures, account creation forms and information about publishing web pages at TMCC.