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TMCC's Delta Psi Omega Chapter Presents "Love Squared"

January 21, 2020
TMCC Performing Art explores the various iterations of love in this Devised Theater production that runs on Feb. 6, 7, and 8.

Ten Reasons Why You Need to Take an Online Class

January 15, 2020
If you’re not sure about enrolling in an online class, we gathered the top ten reasons why we think you should.

Opportunities for Success in TMCC's CNA Program

January 14, 2020
Do you want a career that makes a positive difference in people’s lives? Why not look into TMCC’s CNA program, where there are opportunities galore!

Geoffrey Hawkins Named Head Soccer Coach

January 10, 2020
Geoffrey Hawkins has been named the Head Coach of the Mighty Lizards men’s and women’s soccer teams.

Biology 190 to Add Research Component

January 9, 2020
Coming Summer 2020, TMCC Biology 190 lab students will conduct research with modifying DNA and proteins as a part of a pilot program with UC Davis.

Genealogy Opens Worlds for TMCC Students, Staff and Community

January 2, 2020
Genealogy isn’t about drawing a family tree. This robust research field uses the latest DNA testing techniques to discover connections and histories.

Never Give Up: TMCC Student Reaches Goal After 35 Years

December 24, 2019
Student Kevin Wheeler returns to TMCC on his academic journey which began 35 years ago in Bridgett Blaque’s classroom.

Nursing Student Goes on Medical Missionary Trip to South America

December 21, 2019
Nursing Student Sarah Goodman completed a medical missionary trip in South America.

Fire Academy Celebrates Graduates

December 19, 2019
Thirteen cadets were honored at a graduation ceremony for TMCC’s Fire Academy on Dec. 13.

Graphic Communications Students Rebrand Local Businesses

December 18, 2019
Students in GRC 355 solve the real-life puzzle of how to create a visual marketing campaign for existing businesses.

SGA Wants YOU to be Involved

December 17, 2019
Are you interested in knowing more about what’s going on at TMCC? Or, do you like fun events and free food! Learn more about the SGA.

Architecture Students Design Community Projects

December 12, 2019
This semester, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Residential Design students created design solutions for three community partners.

TMCC Voices: Henry Sotelo

December 11, 2019
In this edition of TMCC Voices, learn more about Paralegal Program Coordinator Henry Sotelo’s lifelong career in law and how he’s working to advocate for positive changes for individuals and communities.

Students Attend NIH Community College Day

December 10, 2019
Recently, TMCC students and faculty attended the National Institute of Health’s Community College Day at the NIH Headquarters in Maryland.

Final Projects: Sociology Students Study Research Methods

December 9, 2019
It’s finals time at TMCC! In this part of our three-story series, read about how sociology students are putting their own ideas to the test while talking about problems in research.

Final Projects: HVAC Students Stay Cool Under Pressure

December 6, 2019
It’s finals time at TMCC. Read about the final project for students in the HVAC/R program at the Center for Applied Technologies!

Bachelor's Degrees Offer TMCC Students Opportunities to Succeed

December 5, 2019
Did you know that TMCC offers bachelor’s degrees in four programs? Learn more about TMCC’s newest four-year degree, the Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene!

Scholarships Provide Living Legacies While Helping Students

December 4, 2019
TMCC will offer several new memorial scholarship opportunities for students starting in Fall 2020.

Students Show Art in the Community

December 4, 2019
Students in Rossi Todorova’s Portfolio Emphasis class are exhibiting their work throughout the community starting Dec. 5.

#GivingTuesday Campaign Funds Josh Beal Memorial Scholarship

December 3, 2019
Make a gift to the Josh Beal Memorial Scholarship on Giving Tuesday, which is Dec. 3, and you too can save a life.