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SMYRNA SCHOLARSHIPS

There are scholarships available to Motlow Students at every campus location (for a full listing of all the scholarship opprtunities Motlow has to offer, please visit The Financial Aid Scholarship Opprtunities Page) However, Motlow Smyrna Center is proud to offer a few scholarships EXCLUSIVELY for Smyrna Center Students. Click the name of the scholarship to read more information and download the scholarship application.

MOTLOW COLLEGE FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIPS

The Motlow College Foundation is pleased to offer a number of scholarship opportunities for Motlow College students. Because the funding of scholarships varies from year to year, not all scholarships are awarded each academic year.

SMYRNA HONORS PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIP

At least 10 scholarships of $1,000 per semester (renewable for up to four semesters) are available each year for Honors students at Motlow Smyrna Center who commit to completion of the Honors Scholar Program. The deadline to be considered for the scholarship is March 1. If scholarships exist after this date, the committee will consider late applications. Submission criteria differ depending on your student status (freshmen / transfer student / current student), so please click the link above to see more details and download the scholarship application.

SMYRNA ROTARY/STONECREST MEDICAL CENTER NURSING SCHOLARSHIP

The Smyrna Rotary Club will offer one (1) scholarship to a student of the Associate Degree nursing program at Motlow State Community College. This scholarship will be one(1) year scholarship providing up to $1,250 per semester, providing the student remains in good standing in the Motlow State Community College Nursing Program. Application and academic information may be shared with scholarship donor(s) during the selection process and review for retention of scholarship. The amount of the award is dependent upon other financial aid or grants received by the student. REMINDER: All scholarships are subject to the availability of funding and continuation for a second semester is not guaranteed.