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Truckee Meadows Community College is a two-year, public community college and technical college located in the Truckee Meadows of Reno, Nevada. The Community College is primarily a commuter campus [2] with 5 locations. The main (Dandini) campus is located just north of Interstate 80 and U.S. Route 395 in Reno. TMCC offers students both certificate and associate degrees. In 2015, TMCC was approved to offer two Bachelor of Applied Science degrees, in Logistics Operations Management, as well as Emergency Management and Homeland Security.

From 1971 to 1979, the college was a branch of Western Nevada Community College. Its current name is based on its primary service area, Truckee Meadows in Reno and Sparks. The college has more than 500 faculty members and is accredited by the Northwest Commission on College and Universities. The college serves more than 13,000 students each semester in state-supported classes. The average teacher salary at TMCC is $61,255. The Student Teacher Ratio at TMCC is calculated based on the number of full-time teachers reported by the school is 36:1.[3] TMCC is Regionally Accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.[4]

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