Motlow General Information
Academic Programs – Here at Motlow State there are many academic programs to explore. From this link
you can pick a program of interest to you, learn more about the program and link to
the staff in that department.
Accreditation – Motlow State Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges.
Admissions – Requirements for admission to the college and contact information to the Admissions
Alcohol and Illegal Drug Prevention – Please see page 10 of the Annual Campus Safety and Security Report.
Alcoholic Beverages General Policy – This policy applies to all students, faculty, staff and visitors at Motlow State.
Annual Campus Safety Report – This report shows campus wide statistics.
Articulation Agreements – Motlow State Community College has created transfer guides to aid students in searching
what courses will transfer between institutions.
Athletic Program Equity – Equity in athletics data analysis.
Athletic Graduation and Transfer Rates – Graduation and transfer-out rates for students receiving athletically related student
Continued Eligibility - Motlow State has general eligibility requirements that cover the college as a whole.
*Some programs may have specific requirements for the individual program. Please refer
to your specific program of interest in the college catalog.
Copyright Infringement Information – This provides all of the regulations regarding copyrighted publications and their
use in student work.
Disability Services – Motlow State Community College provides services to students with disabilities
as well as information for faculty and the community.
Drug Free Campus Policy – Motlow State Community College is committed to the enforcement of the Drug Free
Schools and Communities Act.
Employee Directory – From this link you can select any department of the college then click find to
locate contact information and titles of the employees in the desired department.
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) – Motlow State Community College is an AA/EEO employer and does not discriminate
on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs
Estimated Costs – Information for Motlow State Community College can be found on the College Navigator
web site to see tuition, fee’s, and estimated student expenses. Type in, “Motlow State
Community College” in the search bar.
FERPA – The Family education Rights and Privacy Act.
Graduation Rates – Information for Motlow State Community College can be found on the College Navigator
web site to see the completion, graduation, and transfer out rates. Type in, “Motlow
State Community College” in the search bar.
Job Placement – Job placement rates of Motlow graduates.
Locations and Facilities - Motlow State offers several locations to suit the needs of the community.
Retention Rates - Information for Motlow State Community College can be found on the College Navigator
web site to see the retention rates.
Sexual Misconduct – All forms of discrimination including sex discrimination and sexual harassment are
Student Complaint Information
Student Handbook – The student handbook has a wealth of information regarding general information,
student rights and freedoms, policies and guidelines and much more.
Textbooks, Materials, & Bookstore – The college bookstore lists the cost and ISBN numbers for all textbooks and class
material on the bookstore web site. Check the cost of the textbooks required for any
Transfer Credit – Students may be able to apply hours earned at other institutions toward a degree
at Motlow State Community College.
Transfer-Out Rates – Motlow reports a transfer-out rate, which is the percentage of the full-time, first-time
students who transferred to another institution.
Travel, International Education – Students can apply for scholarship assistance through the International Education
Committee to aid in the costs of the study abroad program.
Tuition and Fees – Keep up with the cost of tuition for both in-state and out-of-state students.
Voter Registration Information – Register to vote online from your computer, tablet or mobile device. Check your
voter registration status. Contact your county election commission.
Withdrawal – The steps needed to withdraw from a class or from school.