May Good News at TMCC

May 12, 2022
In this edition of the TMCC Good News, we’re celebrating the Culinary Arts students who participated in Pairings for Programs, Political Science Professor Fred Lokken and more!

My Grad Story: Priceless

May 10, 2022
A first generation college student in pursuit of a STEM degree, Daisy Villa found her strength in learning that she could overcome any obstacle thanks to the support of her TRIO “family.”

Make Your Education Meaningful: Join a Student Club

May 9, 2022
Genevieve Burbano joined the Business and Entrepreneurship Club and became the BE Club Vice President. The experience is encouraging her to continue her academic and professional goals.

Into the Future: Extending TMCC's Legacy Forward

May 4, 2022
TMCC President Dr. Karin Hilgersom reflects on the year of celebrating TMCC’s 50th Anniversary while looking forward to what the future holds.

My Grad Story: Perseverance

May 3, 2022
Desiree Ellingson calls her journey to commencement “Perseverance.” Read how she never lost sight of her goal to become a dental hygienist and to give back to the community.

Alumni Spotlight: Dorothy (Dotty) Graham Moreland

April 29, 2022
As a part of our ongoing celebration of TMCC’s 50th Anniversary, we’re highlighting the stories of our incredible alumni. Dorothy (Dotty) Graham Moreland graduated from TMCC in 1972 as a part of the first cohort of the newly-formed nursing program.

My Grad Story: Gratitude

April 28, 2022
Cassie Barber is this year’s Sam Lieberman Regents’ Award for Student Scholarship recipient. She shares her journey to receiving an associate of science degree in environmental science from TMCC.

Success = M3 Squared

April 27, 2022
For three TMCC High School students, mathematic competitions are adding up the ways they are learning to be successful in STEM and beyond.

Find Your Calling, Become a Teacher

April 26, 2022
Interested in learning more about becoming a teacher? Join TMCC’s Teacher Preparation program for an information night on May 4.

Culinary Arts Sweeps SkillsUSA Competition

April 25, 2022
Culinary Arts student Ann Barkdull took the Gold in the Commercial Baking competition in the recent SkillsUSA Competition.

My Grad Story: Resilience

April 21, 2022
An international student from Japan, Yui Hirose came to TMCC in 2012 to live a lifelong dream. An unfortunate accident would delay that dream by a decade, but this year she is back to cross the commencement stage.

April Good News at TMCC: Part 2

April 20, 2022
In this edition of the TMCC Good News, we’re celebrating the generosity of our community in supporting the Veterans Upward Bound Program, recapping the success of the Murder Mystery at the Disco and excellence in the Budgeting and Finance office!

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!