Motlow State Community College is a leader among Tennessee's community colleges in addressing diversity, access, and inclusion. Data shows Motlow with the second-highest percentage of Hispanic students and the highest Pell-eligible student completion rate in the state.
A moment in time will celebrate Jerry Cooper, the leader, friend, father, and community icon when family and friends gather on Sept. 24 for Jerry Cooper Day. The celebration will be held at the Motlow State Community College's McMinnville Campus at 12:30 p.m.
Several Motlow State Community College faculty members were recently honored with Excellence Awards from the National Institute of Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD).
If you are currently enrolled in dual enrollment courses at Motlow, the deadline to apply for the grant is Sept. 15.
Graduating PTK officers who were responsible for Motlow winning the College Project this year. Left to right: Madelyn Wood, Deitra Dunlap, and former PTK President Rebekah Randell.
Motlow State Community College Assistant Professor Ramona Shelton, of McMinnville, was selected to serve as a Faculty Regent within the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) College System, which is the College's governing board.
Effective August 31, face masks are required indoors on all Motlow State Community College campuses. All students, employees, and guests are required to complete a daily health assessment form each day before coming on campus. Employees, students, and visitors are advised to observe social distancing wherever possible.
Multiple paramedics were honored during a graduation ceremony for two separate classes of Motlow State Community College students on Aug. 17.
Motlow State Community College is proud to be a participating college for Tennessee Promise! This is a statewide program that allows graduating high school students and home school seniors in Tennessee the opportunity to earn a degree or certificate from a Tennessee community or technical college regardless of financial status.
Motlow State Community College is scheduled to host an ACT Prep class for current high school students at the College's Moore County Campus beginning September 13 through October 11.