Welcome to Truckee Meadows Community College! We greatly value your contributions as a TMCC employee and the positive effect you have on students and colleagues.
TMCC promotes student success, academic excellence and access to lifelong learning by supporting high-quality education and services within our diverse community.
Just started your job here at TMCC?
Begin by going through each of the links below and complete the mandatory training that is available in video format. This Employee Orientation website contains resources and answers to frequently asked questions that will assist you in your work at the college. We hope the information we provide and what you learn on orientation day will help jumpstart a long, productive career at our college.
Thank you for your dedication and efforts on behalf of the TMCC Community and the students.
We're here for you. Our job is to make sure your work experience at TMCC is everything it should be—exciting, stimulating, and successful. We're here for the community. Truckee Meadow's Community College promotes student success, academic excellence and access to lifelong learning by supporting high-quality education and services within our diverse community. We offer an equal education opportunity without regard to gender, marital status, color, race, religion, national origin, or disability.
Students pursue coursework at the TMCC main campus and four additional learning sites that are located across the Truckee Meadows. These sites offer variety of programs to suit the needs of the community.
The work of TMCC becomes more efficient when you get involved. If you want to get involved and expand the support base of the organization, join one of the many TMCC committees. There can be many benefits to you in getting involved. Choose the right committee for you.
TMCC requires mandatory training regarding Preventing Sexual Harassment, FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) and Active Shooter: How to Respond.
The TMCC Policy Manual provides college policies as well as references where the most up-to-date procedures can be found, what office is responsible and when the policy was last reviewed or updated.
For Part-time Faculty
The TMCC Academic Support Center (ASC) is responsible for managing academic operations, part-time faculty support, TMCC's Information Center, lost and found and the Proctoring Center.