The flight training industry is thriving and the future looks brighter than it has in decades. In partnership with Azure Flight Support, Motlow State Community College unveiled its new Aviation Simulation Lab located at the Middle Tennessee Education Center (MTEC) in Shelbyville.
Online Social Work 2030-Introduction to Social Welfare in Spring 2023.
Motlow State conducted its first online Undergraduate Research Symposium in November. Approximately 27 students from four different areas of study participated.
Mariam Tanas was elected at large during the Tennessee Leadership Training Institute to serve as a member of the 2022-23 SkillsUSA Tennessee Postsecondary State Officer Team.
Approximately 30 Motlow State students participated in a simulated mass casualty exercise at the College's Sparta site Nov. 30.
to Motlow State Community College students Karyn Johnson, from Tullahoma, and Louisa Branch, from White House, for earning the Sam H. Odom Scholarship to use toward their Nursing degrees.
The Motlow State Community College Library was awarded a $5,000 Targeted Arts Development Initiative (TADI) Grant funded by the Tennessee Arts Commission.
November is National Veterans and Military Families Month. Motlow State Community College recognizes one military Veteran, Assistant Professor Bob Fitzgerald, who teaches Accounting at Motlow's Smyrna campus.
Motlow State Community College was awarded the "Exemplary Practice Award" at the 40th Annual Community College Business Officers (CCBO) Conference. Motlow was recognized for efforts to increase campus efficiencies.
Mark your calendars for Motlow's annual Christmas concert series! Christmas songs will be performed with appearances from fun Christmas characters.