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Greer Alsup
Director
Admissions and Records
(931) 393-1520
galsup@mscc.edu
Crouch Center

Admissions and Records

We know there are many options for young people today. Making decisions about where to go and what to do after high school can be one of the toughest things a young person has to do. We appreciate your interest in Motlow College and want you to know that wherever you are in your education path, we will do all we can to make your experience at Motlow as easy and seamless as possible.

Whether you are a high school student interested in dual enrollment, an incoming freshman, a working parent, or a person who just loves learning, Motlow is the place for you! Motlow College serves students who wish to complete two years of college prior to transferring to a 4-year school, complete career programs that allow them to immediately enter the workforce, or who simply wish to take classes for personal growth and enjoyment. Whatever your desire or pursuit, Motlow College has the resources and the dedicated faculty to help make your educational experience the best it can be.

If you're ready to take a step toward a better and brighter future, APPLY NOW!
  • NEW INCOMING FRESHMEN

    • High school students entering college for the first time.

  • READMISSION STUDENTS

    • Students who have attended Motlow College in the past and wish to return..

  • TRANSFER STUDENTS

    • Students who have attended another college or university and want to transfer to Motlow College.
  • TRANSIENT STUDENTS

    • Summer only - Student from another institution who takes classes during the summer term at Motlow and transfers the credits to the home institution

  • SPECIAL STUDENTS FOR CREDIT

    • A special student for credit is a student who is taking one or more courses for credit at Motlow but is not pursuing a degree or certificate credit program.

  • ADULT COLLEGE EXPRESS (ACE)
    • Mature adults wishing to start college for the first time or who have been out of college for
      several years and want to complete the degree they never finished.

  • DUAL/JOINT ENROLLMENT
    • High school students who wish to earn college credits while still in high school