Motlow State Community College announces the presentation of Heathers: The Musical on April 18, 19, and 20 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5 for anyone who has a Motlow ID and $10 for all other attendees. This play is intended for audiences 16 and over as the story contains mature themes and situations as well as adult language.
International Honors Society Phi Theta Kappa recently published the Mental Health Education Project by Motlow's PTK chapter in the 2023 edition of their Change Makers Journal of Student Leadership.
Phi Theta Kappa is an International Honors Society designed to honor students at two-year institutions who have distinguished themselves academically. PTK promotes student scholars working toward the betterment of the college and the community through their hallmarks: scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship.
Motlow State’s women’s soccer team prioritizes success both on and off the field. In addition to the many athletic successes the department has seen over the years, the athletes also complete projects, host events, and make a yearly expedition to Belize so that they can make a positive impact inside and outside of their communities.
Motlow State Community College plans to host the 2024 Tennessee Community College Athletic Association (TCCAA) Region VII Basketball Tournament from March 8th through 12th on the Moore County Campus. The tournament will include men's and women's teams from 10 of the 13 community colleges in the state of Tennessee.
Motlow State Community College recently became a Certified Recovery Friendly Campus, meaning that the institution as a whole has pledged to prioritize meeting its student population's behavioral health needs. The certification comes from The Tennessee Collegiate Recovery Initiative (TCRI).
Motlow State Army Veteran Sergeant Adam Creason was recently awarded the Gerald O. Zedlitz and Norma J. Zedlitz Armed Forces Service Award at Motlow State.
The newest Motlow location is continuing to grow and develop new opportunities through the efforts of recruiters and Motlow-Sparta's staff. The site reached its highest enrollment in the Fall of 2023 and has several new programs on the horizon.
Motlow-Smyrna recently hosted a think tank event for the new Tennessee Educator Acceleration Model (TEAM)-TN initiative.
In November, students from four Motlow classes participated in the second annual online Undergraduate Research Symposium. These 18 History, English, and Psychology students enrolled in courses that allowed for additional opportunities to apply knowledge learned in the classroom.