Motlow State and TCAT McMinnville co-hosted an in-service training day for Warren County, White County, and Cannon County Career Technical Education directors, STEM teachers, and counselors on July 29 in McMinnville.
Motlow State Community College was recently recognized as a VETS Campus, according to the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, and pursuant to the Tennessee Veterans Education Transition Support (VETS) Act.
Student-athletes at Motlow State Community College are among the top academic performers in the nation. The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced its 2021-22 All-Academic teams in mid-July, and Motlow placed 13 student-athletes and one team on the list.
Now is the time for adults to return to college and finish what they started. Nationwide, more than 39 million people have completed some college but didn't finish their degree or credential in 2020, an increase of more than eight percent from the previous year.
Thomas Turner, Jr. has been named as the new full-time director of the Motlow-Sparta Teaching Site.
Motlow State Community College offers the ACCUPLACER assessment test at all Motlow campuses remotely and in-person multiple times through the 2022 calendar year.
Manchester resident Sean Ballentine started his college education in 1996, immediately after graduating high school. A year later, he said he "crashed and burned" out of engineering school and wanted to take some time off to figure out what he wanted to do and grow up.
Motlow State Community College helps students make the intelligent choice of bundling TN Promise and TN Reconnect with Pell. Motlow ensures students have more tuition payment power.
Two Motlow staff members recently completed the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) Maxine Smith Fellows Program. Dr. Erica Lee and Barbara Scales are among 17 faculty and staff members from colleges and universities across Tennessee who completed the year-long leadership development program.
Motlow State partnered with TN Valley Robotics to provide summer STEM camps to 4th-12th grade students in middle Tennessee.