All web and web-live classes, and remote operations will continue as scheduled. However, all TMCC physical locations including the Child Care Center will be closed, Wednesday, Jan. 27, and Thursday, Jan. 28 due to the winter storm. In-person/hybrid classes and on-campus services are impacted; students, please see Canvas for more information.

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Access to physical locations is limited; masks are required. Most Spring Semester classes have been moved online. More information is available at coronavirus.tmcc.edu.

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IT Keeps TMCC Connected

January 27, 2021
During the time of COVID-19, the Information Technology department provides vital support, equipment and assistance, keeping us all connected.

Steps to Start Your Spring Semester

January 25, 2021
Here are some action steps you can take to make sure you start the Spring 2021 semester on the right foot.

Start a New Career Today: Scholarship Opportunity in Technical Sciences

January 22, 2021
Want to pursue a degree in the technical sciences, but you can’t afford it? Scholarships are available if you apply today!

Be Awesome: Join the SGA

January 21, 2021
If you’re looking for a way to get involved at TMCC and make a positive impact, read about how you can join the SGA!

January Good News at TMCC

January 20, 2021
The Adult Basic Education Program is a finalist in the Rethink Ed Adult Challenge, and English Professor Lindsay Wilson to publish second book in 2022.

TMCC Voices: Kurt Ehlers

January 13, 2021
TMCC Mathematics Professor Kurt Ehlers brings his love of mathematics and its applicability to his classes and his informal club, called “Math League.”

Hospitality: Where the Sky's the Limit

January 11, 2021
Looking for a career that feels like you’re living the dream? Check out TMCC’s Hospitality and Tourism program.

Ignite Your Career with Wildland Fire Training

January 7, 2021
Looking for a summer job? Adventure? Fun? Travel? Check out TMCC’s Wildland Fire Academy, in January or April.

The Hidden Perks of Student Employment: Part 2

January 6, 2021
Working for TMCC as a student can help you to develop the skills you’ll need in your future career. Learn why from EDAWN workforce and industry experts.

Adult Basic Education Opens Doors to Success

January 4, 2021
Adult Basic Education alumna Melody Mehrabi (Hojatpanah) is pursuing her Ph.D. in Education thanks to her experiences in the program that inspired her to continue her education.