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Alumni Spotlight: Andrew Tobey

July 15, 2021
This TMCC alumnus followed his passion in science to find a career that will help Native Americans access higher education and lead healthier lives.

TMCC Performing Arts Announces New Home at The Oddie District

July 9, 2021
Coming soon: a new home for TMCC Theater and Performing Arts in The Oddie District.

Child Care Center Awarded CRRSA Grant

July 7, 2021
The Children’s Cabinet CRRSA Grant will help the E.L. Cord Foundation Child Care Center update furniture and technology.

It's Not Just Teeth that Sparkle in the Dental Hygiene Program

July 6, 2021
By becoming a Western Regional Examination Board (WREB) testing site, TMCC sets up Dental Hygiene graduates for success.

HSE Graduate Achieves Dream

June 29, 2021
Last week, TMCC’s Adult Basic Education and High School Equivalency Program celebrated 51 graduates from the classes of 2020 and 2021.

Meet the New VPAA: Dr. Jeffrey Alexander

June 21, 2021
Helping students to succeed and recognize their own potential is something that VPAA Dr. Jeffrey Alexander has done over the course of his long career in higher education.

Partnerships Create Pathways to Success

June 18, 2021
TMCC has partnerships with several NSHE institutions to offer students unique pathways that open doors to professional success.

TMCC Celebrates Community on Juneteenth

June 14, 2021
This summer, you can find the TMCC Recruitment and Access Team at several community events!

Alumni Spotlight: Jennifer Salisbury

June 10, 2021
This TMCC alumna has been a professional paralegal for over a decade--a journey that began at TMCC. Now she’s back as part-time faculty, helping students to follow their dreams.

Summer Reads (and Advice) from Learning Commons Librarians

June 9, 2021
If you love learning even when you’re not in classes (or even when you are!) we caught up with our Learning Commons librarians for their recommendations for summer reading and personal development.

June Good News at TMCC

June 4, 2021
The Business and Entrepreneurship Club completes community service with the Reno Burrito Project, and Club Faculty Advisor Dr. Kofi Poku is named Faculty Advisor of the Year. Plus Dr. Ayodele Akinola publishes an article and the inaugural EcoBlitz event was a huge success.

Faculty and Staff Recognized for Excellence

June 2, 2021
This year TMCC faculty and staff demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to student success despite the ongoing pandemic.

Alumni Spotlight: Luis Juarez Chamorro

May 24, 2021
Luis Juarez Chamorro graduated from TMCC with his HVAC certificate in 2011. His education and training enabled him to find a satisfying, hands-on career.

May Good News at TMCC

May 20, 2021
It’s time to celebrate: University Police Services donated to the VRC, Photography Professor Dean Burton is exhibiting his work and Graphic and Media Technology Students take home ADDY awards and more!

Take Care of Yourself: Mental Health Action Day

May 19, 2021
May 20 is Mental Health Action Day and TMCC’s Counseling Center wants you to start taking care of yourself with some very simple steps and easy-to-access resources.

Graduates Honored at Commencement

May 18, 2021
May 17-21 TMCC is honoring graduates from the Class of 2020 and 2021 in a socially-distanced drive-through ceremony.

Mighty Lizards Celebrate 2021 Graduates

May 17, 2021
Six student-athletes are graduating as members of the Class of 2021. Read about their accomplishments and dreams for the future!

TMCC Voices: Katie Kolbet

May 12, 2021
We caught up with TMCC Chemistry Professor Katie Kolbet on why chemistry matters and the details on upcoming renovations to TMCC’s chemistry labs.

My Grad Story: Consistency

May 10, 2021
Natalie Luthy, who will graduate with her associate of science degree, said that discovering she was on the right path was the highlight of her journey to commencement.

Making Masks: TMCC Art Club Teams up with UNR

May 6, 2021
Through a unique collaboration with UNR and the John and Geraldine Lilley Museum, TMCC students are exploring what it means to be “masked.”