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You are an important part of a tradition of student success and academic excellence at Motlow State. We want you to have everything you need to succeed.


Merit Pages

Share your achievements with Merit.

Merit Pages makes it easy to share accomplishments with family and friends. Students can invite others to view their accomplishments on their own Merit page, or can use their Merit page to launch news of accomplishments out on other social media platforms. Here are just a few easy to share stories from Merit:

  • Dean’s List / Honor Roll
  • Commencement
  • Scholarships and Awards
  • Internships
  • Study-abroad Trips
  • Athletic Accomplishments
  • and more

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Each Motlow campus has a Student Success Center designed to help ensure you have a successful journey from enrollment to graduation.

Motlow is committed to your success. You begin your college experience with a comprehensive orientation and an opportunity to engage in workshops and activities that help you adjust to college life. Throughout your time at Motlow you will be inspired, motivated, and guided toward graduation. Your success is our mission.

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Student Government Association

The Student Government Association (SGA) is an elected group of students representing the needs of Motlow's student body, led by a president elected by the entire student body.

SGA represents the student body at events on Motlow's campuses, including the college's Leadership Council. SGA is involved in planning and executing events on every campus, from Weeks of Welcome to finals week celebrations. All Motlow students are encouraged to attend SGA meetings and voice their concerns or ideas.

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SGA (Student Government Association) Officers


Graduation day is the culmination of your hard work. A degree from Motlow empowers you to advance to your next level. 

You have a vast array of support services while you are a student at Motlow. All are designed to work together to assist you towards your goal. If that goal is graduation, then the time to start planning is when you enroll at Motlow. There are multiple steps required in addition to completing your coursework. 

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Motlow graduate receives diploma from Motlow president


    Nissan Group Aces Education with Motlow

    Nissan Group Aces Education with Motlow

    Five Nissan employees are now Motlow State students through a collaboration between Nissan's Decherd Plant and Motlow's Adult College Express (ACE) program. Employees Calvin Short, Richard Jones, Jared Lancer, Anthony Howard, and Kristan Crosby began the program over the summer of 2024 and will continue with other Nissan employees in the fall.

    Motlow State Recognizes Faculty Excellence

    Motlow State Recognizes Faculty Excellence

    Motlow State congratulates the 2024 finalists for the Faculty and Adjunct Faculty Excellence Awards. This year's candidates embody Motlow's mission of academic and student success by making a difference both on campus and in the surrounding communities.

    Motlow State Appoints New Honors Director

    Motlow State Appoints New Honors Director

    Motlow State Community College is proud to announce that Jenna Caviezel is the new Director of the College's Honors Program. Caviezel began serving at Motlow in 2012. In that time, she has taught English and Honors English Courses. She played a vital role in the launch of the Motlow Writing Center and now serves as Director of Tutoring in addition to her new role as Director of the Honors Program.

    Students Graduate College Before High School

    Students Graduate College Before High School

    Oakland High School's Early College partnership with Motlow State Community College allows students to graduate with an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Mechatronics while obtaining their high school diploma. Through this opportunity, Oakland dual-enrollment students can immediately transfer to the workforce upon completion of high school. Oakland will see six of its seniors graduate from the program this year with college degrees.

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