Summer and Fall 2021 Updates
May 6, 2021
Motlow State Community College will re-open its campuses to in-person students for the fall semester. Motlow’s reopening aligns with the Tennessee Board of Regents institutions across the state.
The college will initiate its return to campus plan beginning May 10. Specific details for accessing campuses and services can be found in the student resources section of this page.
Motlow will reopen its five campuses: Moore County, McMinnville, Fayetteville, Smyrna, and Sparta. The decision to return for Fall 2021 is commensurate with decreased COVID-19 restrictions per the State of Tennessee and aligns with Governor Bill Lee’s announcement of the end of the statewide public health orders.
April 23, 2021
Motlow State Community College is planning a phased return to on-campus classes in fall 2021, subject to new information, guidance, or direction from state and local health officials. The safety of our students and employees is our highest priority.
Here is what we know about Summer and Fall 2021. The situation is fluid, and this information is subject to change.
- Summer and Fall registration began on April 5. More than 25% of courses are scheduled to take place face-to-face, on campus, in spaces that accommodate social distancing.
- Masks and a daily self-assessment are required.
- Plans are being developed to make in-person academic support and library services available to students.
- There are student drop boxes available on every campus.
Regardless of instructional modality, all classes will be held to the standards of a high-quality education typical of Motlow State. We encourage you to register early to ensure your seat in your preferred classes.