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Student Affairs Leadership Team

Sidney McPhee, Director of Student Success

Contact: smcphee@mscc.edu or 615-220-7853

Sidney-Anthony McPhee graduated with his undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and his graduate degree in Educational Leadership at Middle Tennessee State University. He has worked at Motlow College for six years and has held the position of Assistant Director of Student Success and Completion Coach.

Jeremy Mills, Director of Recruitment

Contact: jmills1@mscc.edu or 615-220-7914

Jeremy Mills, a resident of Rutherford County, is also a proud alumni of Motlow State. He began working at Motlow in 2011 as an academic advisor and a student success coordinator. After working for three years at Middle Tennessee State University in the Office of Admissions as a Transfer Enrollment Coordinator, he returned to Motlow State in 2016 to lead the newly formed Recruiting Unit. Jeremy works with the Administrative Coordinators of Recruitment at each campus to facilitate and oversee all recruiting functions and events as well as new student orientation.

Joe Myers

Joe Myers, Executive Director of Financial Aid

Contact: jmyers@mscc.edu or 931-393-1553

Mr. Joe Myers begin his employment with Motlow State Community College in the Job Training Division in March 1989. Spending 10 years with that division he transitioned from the On-the-Job Training Technician to the Coordinator of the Economic Dislocated and Worker Adjustment Assistance Act (EDWAAA). In March 1999 he moved to the Student Affairs Division of the college after accepting the position of Coordinator of Financial Aid. He transitioned to the Assistant Director of Financial Aid in July 2000 and to his current position of Executive Director of Financial Aid in March 2001.

Mr. Myers received his Associate of Science degree in Business Administration from Motlow State Community College in Lynchburg, TN, his Bachelors of Business Administration degree in Management from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN, and his Masters of Science degree in Human Resource Development from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN. Mr. Myers is a lifelong resident of Tennessee and lives in Coffee County.