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September Good News at TMCC

September 17, 2020
In this edition of TMCC Good News, we’re celebrating the generosity of University Police Services, the re-opening of Wizard’s Warehouse and our award-winning staff!

Apprenticeship Opportunities at TMCC

September 17, 2020
Are you ready to start a new career, but you don’t know where to start? Apprenticeships allow you to earn while you learn!

TMCC Voices: Gabriel Chávez

September 16, 2020
In this edition of TMCC Voices, Humanities Instructor Gabriel Chávez explores the importance of studying language and how he’s supporting student success.

It's Never Too Late for Late Start Classes

September 10, 2020
Did time get away from you? It’s never too late to start working toward your certificate or degree: enroll in a late start class today!

Creating Community... With Coffee

September 8, 2020
TMCC’s International Coffee Hour is back this semester, with a new virtual space and stories of places near and far.

Engineering Big Dreams

September 3, 2020
TMCC’s Engineering program offers unique hands-on learning experiences paired with something unexpected… fun!

Opening Doors with Open Educational Resources

August 31, 2020
Expensive textbooks don’t have to be a part of your college experience. TMCC instructors are working on implementing Open Educational Resources to keep costs down for students.

Your Lifeline to Success: TMCC's Learning Commons

August 26, 2020
Whether you’re a new or returning student, chances are, you’re going to need the Learning Commons to be successful this semester. Here are some tips for using this incredible resource.

Ten Tips for Coming Back to Campus this Fall

August 25, 2020
If you have a class or lab that meets at a TMCC location, we put together this quick list of tips for navigating the “new normal” so you can stay safe while working toward your academic goals.

SGA Welcomes YOU to Fall 2020

August 25, 2020
Get excited about Fall 2020 and join the SGA for one or all of its Welcome Week events!

Culinary Arts Students Succeed - Safely

August 20, 2020
TMCC Culinary Arts students teamed up with UNR’s Medical School to deliver lessons—and meals—on maintaining good health and a proper diet.

August Good News: Part II

August 19, 2020
Updates from the TMCC chapter of Phi Theta Kappa.

Tutoring: The Secret to Success

August 17, 2020
Even though TMCC’s Success First Summer Bridge program ended on August 6, a number of students learned how tutoring was their key to success.

August Good News at TMCC: Part I

August 14, 2020
In this installation of TMCC Good News, Professor Kurt Ehlers offers insight into Martian sunsets and the Adult Basic Education Program is once again offering opportunities to start a new career in HVAC.

The Sky's the Limit with Computer Science

August 12, 2020
This TMCC graduate majored in Computer Science, a decision that is opening doors and possibilities to a bright future.

The Secrets to Success in Online Learning

August 11, 2020
If you’re gearing up for the Fall semester, we interviewed TMCC’s communications expert for some insider tips on how you can succeed in your online classes.

Summer Bridge Builds Community... and Success

August 6, 2020
Even in this time of online learning, creating community helps Success First Summer Bridge students to succeed!

Ready for a New Career? Technical Sciences Can Help

August 3, 2020
TMCC’s Technical Sciences Division, under the leadership of Dean Barb Walden, is offering opportunities for students to gain entry into several hands-on careers.

Fostering Creativity... Safely

July 29, 2020
TMCC’s Visual and Performing Arts Department is offering a handful of hybrid classes that will enable you to access hands-on learning...safely.

Helping Hands: the Life Science, Allied Health and Public Safety Division

July 27, 2020
Learn more about opportunities in TMCC’s new academic division with programs that have a focus on health and public safety.