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    Motlow State Appoints New Honors Director

    Motlow State Appoints New Honors Director

    Motlow State Community College is proud to announce that Jenna Caviezel is the new Director of the College's Honors Program. Caviezel began serving at Motlow in 2012. In that time, she has taught English and Honors English Courses. She played a vital role in the launch of the Motlow Writing Center and now serves as Director of Tutoring in addition to her new role as Director of the Honors Program.

    Students Graduate College Before High School

    Students Graduate College Before High School

    Oakland High School's Early College partnership with Motlow State Community College allows students to graduate with an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Mechatronics while obtaining their high school diploma. Through this opportunity, Oakland dual-enrollment students can immediately transfer to the workforce upon completion of high school. Oakland will see six of its seniors graduate from the program this year with college degrees.

    Motlow State Student is Student of the Year

    Motlow State Student is Student of the Year

    At the sixth annual Statewide Outstanding Achievement Awards (SOAR) event hosted by the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR), Motlow State student Jaxen Waggoner received the Community College Student of the Year Award. TBR is the largest system of higher education institutions in the state and presides over all 13 community colleges and 24 colleges of applied technology.

    Dual Enrollment Students Receive Gates Scholarship

    Dual Enrollment Students Receive Gates Scholarship

    Motlow State Community College's Early College Program at LaVergne High School in Rutherford County allows high school students to obtain their associate degrees from Motlow as part of their high school curriculum. Two graduates from this year's cohort of Early College Graduates are 2024 recipients of the prestigious Gates Foundation Scholarship.

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