Motlow College’s innovative adult learner model recently gained national attention for supporting adult students aged 25 or older
On Monday night, the Metro Board of Education approved a one-time bonus for Moore County teachers funded with state dollars.
Motlow is now one of less that 10 places offering FANUC authorized training, which means that local students have an fast track to local high paying robotics jobs.
Attention MCHS Class of 2022: Duck River Electric Memberships Corporation invites you to enter their essay contest. You could win scholarship dollars.
As spring semester approaches at Motlow State, the college turns an eye toward returning to on-campus learning in the fall.
The Metro School Board will meet in a regular session meeting on Monday, December 14 at 6 p.m. at Moore County High School Library.
Motlow State continues to innovate to keep it’s faculty, staff, and students safe. They recently added no-contact temperature scanners on the Moore County campus.
The TN Board of Regents recently established a new award for veterans attending the state’s community and technical colleges. Zachary Dwyer will be the first recipient from Motlow State.
The Metro School Board recently approved additional security upgrades for both Lynchburg Elementary and the Department of Education Building.
Motlow College recently nominated Assistant Professor of Geography Charle Coffey for the Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate Award.