Some high school graduates may be considering sitting out this year and waiting on Fall 2023 to begin their higher education enrollment. However, taking a gap year could cost students $90,000 in the course of their lifetime.
Motlow acknowledges the financial hardships faced by students and their families due to the pandemic and rising inflation costs. Not increasing tuition during this time is encouraging news for potential and current students.
Shayna-Raye Funderburk, a graduate of Motlow State, is one of 15 Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) members selected as a 2022 Guistwhite Scholar and will receive a $5,000 scholarship for baccalaureate studies.
Motlow State Community College gives working adults the freedom to chart their own future with Weekend College.
Motlow State swept the community college competition at the annual State Leadership and Skills Conference in Chattanooga on April 10-13.
Motlow State Community College built a custom, easy-to-use Program Finder that has become the College's number one website resource. Motlow's Program Finder is a robust, graphic-rich database of all the degrees, certificates, and learning options available at the College.
Motlow State hosted its 49th Annual Nursing Pinning Ceremony on May 6 in the Nisbett Center at the College's Moore County campus. Pins were presented to 55 students who have successfully completed the Nursing Program's graduation requirements.
One of the barriers to adult education is that many programs aimed at adults are not set up to serve them specifically. Motlow State Community College continues to challenge the trend by finding unique ways to support adult students and help address their concerns about starting or returning to school.
Motlow State hosted a Student Recognition Awards Day on April 27 at the College's Moore County Campus.
The Motlow College Foundation Smyrna Golf Tournament will be held on Friday, May 20 at the Smyrna Golf Course.