Souls have been touched, stories have been shared, and truths have been declared throughout history. Today more than ever, this must prevail as we strive to develop successful scholars who truly reflect the diversity, equity, enthusiasm, and empowerment. Involvement and engagement heighten when people feel welcomed, seen, heard, and appreciated. The energy of any project soars when all are treated with dignity, respect, acceptance, and appreciation. Motlow State Community College is dedicated to student success. We are ever mindful that we must provide scholarly engagements that offer a diversity of thought, contribution, voices, and experiences as an institution.
You are an important part of a 50-year tradition of student success and academic excellence at Motlow State. We want you to have everything you need to succeed.
STUDENT SUCCESS CENTERS
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.
PLANNING FOR GRADUATION
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.
RECENT NEWS POSTS
Motlow State Community College is seeking adjunct instructors. Motlow recruits talented and effective educators as adjuncts. The College hosted a virtual adjunct recruitment event in early June. Collaboration between Academic Affairs and External Affairs resulted in approximately 300 potential applicants registered.
Dr. Amy Holder named new Dean of Nursing and Allied Health
The Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) recently announced its annual Regents' Award for Excellence in Philanthropy and Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Philanthropy. Nominated by Motlow State Community College, the Town of Smyrna was named as one of four Regent's Award winners; and Dr. Sam H. Ingram, Motlow's first president, was named among the 13 Chancellor's Award winners.
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