Undergraduate students who have experienced academic difficulty can make a fresh start when returning to Motlow after an extended absence. Academic Fresh Start, a plan of academic forgiveness, now has a COVID Fresh Start exception to policy in place.
Daphne Davenport, McMinnville, received the Sam H. Odom Scholarship to use toward her nursing degree. The scholarship is awarded to one student at each of the Tennessee Board of Regents' (TBR) 13 community colleges each year on behalf of the Sam H. Odom Foundation Trust and TBR.
The Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Business with a Supply Chain Management concentration at Motlow State Community College provides students with the skills needed for jobs in high-demand supply chain and logistic careers.
Working well as a team, having a sense of duty, and possessing a strong work ethic are just a few of the many reasons that Veterans make excellent employees. The new Veteran Affairs Coordinator at Motlow State Community College is no stranger to military service.
Motlow State Community College will be collecting donations of non-perishable food items through Dec. 15 for student pantries located on all of the Motlow's campuses.
Dominating their two opponents by a combined 18-2 score, the Motlow Lady Bucks (12-2-1) won the TCCAA/Region VII Tournament championship and qualified for the Southeast District Championship game, and an opportunity to advance to the NJCAA national tournament.
Motlow State Community College's Hiatt-Spivey Center, located at the College's Smyrna campus, was officially dedicated on October 22. The 82,000 square foot Center has been hosting students and classes for more than a year, opening right before the pandemic.
Motlow State Community College honors the many and varied contributions of people with disabilities to America's workplaces and economy by commemorating National Disability Employment Awareness Month, held each October.
A new Introduction to Theatre Design course is coming to Motlow State Community College, as well as a new instructor to join the Arts and Humanities team.
Dr. Anthony Ervin at Motlow State Community College in Moore County. Ervin is a physical therapist at Vanderbilt Tullahoma-Harton Hospital and a 2010 graduate of Motlow State. A car wreck left him with a traumatic brain injury and blind in one eye.