It's an Egg-cellent Time to Register Now!

April 18, 2022
They say that dogs are man’s best friend, so we caught up with a whole bunch of furry, feathered and scaled friends to tell us why education–and registering for classes–is the best thing you could do for your future!

My Grad Story: Dedication

April 13, 2022
Tyler Sullivan will graduate with dual degrees in fine arts and Graphic Art and Media Technologies. In his journey to commencement, he overcame a ADHD diagnosis thanks to dedication–both within and around him.

TMCC Celebrates Earth Day in a Big Way

April 11, 2022
Join TMCC on April 20 to learn about sustainable practices… and how you can celebrate Earth Day all year long!

Spring Art Exhibits Local and International Art

April 7, 2022
This annual event features work from students in TMCC’s Visual Arts department. The artist and awards reception happens on April 13.

Student Finds Her Roots in the Heritage Spanish Class

April 6, 2022
TMCC’s Spanish for Heritage Speakers is designed to help students not only speak their native language but to reconnect to their cultural heritage.

April Good News at TMCC

April 5, 2022
In this edition of the TMCC Good News, we’re celebrating a return to SGA’s popular Pasta with the President events, and recognition for our Vice President of Student Services and Diversity as well as our Marketing and Communications team.

TMCC Voices: Bob Fletcher

March 30, 2022
We caught up with TMCC Psychology Professor and Department Chair of Social Sciences Bob Fletcher on culture, traveling and why students should take classes in the social sciences.

Win Big During Financial Aid Literacy Month

March 28, 2022
Stop by the Student Center on April 6 for a day of game-show fun that can elevate your mood and the money in your bank account!

Culinary Arts Cooks Up New Opportunties

March 22, 2022
TMCC Culinary Arts Professor Craig Rodrigue is named Chef of the Year. He’s celebrating by cooking up a new program for young cooks with the help of TMCC alumni.

Veterinary Assistant Certificate Offers "Pawsome" Opportunity

March 21, 2022
Earn your skills certificate in Veterinary Assisting in just two semesters to start your career helping our furry friends in need.

Alumni Spotlight: Kimberly Tran

March 17, 2022
We caught up with former SGA President Kimberly Tran who began her academic journey at TMCC when she was 15, and is now a student at Stanford University.

Visual Art Faculty Raise Funds for Ukraine

March 15, 2022
TMCC Art Faculty Rossitza Todorova and Galina Milton organize an art show to support the people of Ukraine. Several TMCC students, faculty, and staff were in support of this important cause.

Give Back with a Career in Emergency Management

March 14, 2022
TMCC’s Emergency Management and Homeland Security program brings professionals into its curriculum to give students a taste of this dynamic field.

Dr. Jill Biden Visits TMCC

March 10, 2022
On March 9, First Lady Jill Biden toured the William N. Pennington Health Science Center, meeting students positively impacted by the American Rescue Plan.

Enrich Your Education with Undergraduate Research

March 9, 2022
Are you interested in building a career that’s interesting and engaging? Stop by the Undergraduate Research Showcase on March 10 to get inspired by all the opportunities available to you!

Fostering Friendship: International Coffee Hour

March 7, 2022
Take a detour into this lecture series that explores culture, diversity and the way that our shared experiences can bring us together.

Diversity Fair Explores Identity and Belonging

March 3, 2022
Who do you think you are? At this event held on the Dandini Campus on March 1, students from diverse disciplines came together to critically examine what it means to be diverse... and what it means to be ourselves.

Support the Performing Arts with Mystery, Disco and... Dinner

March 1, 2022
Will you be able to guess who did it in this live performance held in honor of TMCC’s 50th Anniversary and in support of TMCC Performing & Culinary Arts?

What's in a Street?

February 25, 2022
Students in Art 299–an advanced photography class–decided to think outside of the studio. The result is this eclectic exhibition documenting the light and lines of Reno’s city streets.

What's the Buzz About? Bee Campus USA

February 24, 2022
TMCC becomes the first campus in the state of Nevada to earn a Bee Campus USA designation.