Motlow State recently announced that all campuses, including the Moore County campus, would return to normal operations effective immediately.
Op-Ed: By Dr. Michael Torrence President of Motlow College
Motlow is looking for adjunct professors. There will be a recruitment event on Thursday.
They call it “one hour that can change your life.” Motlow plans six on-campus assistance days for both prospective and current students.
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.
Motlow College recently nominated Larry Flatt for a Statewide Outstanding Achievement and Recognition (SOAR) Staff Excellence Award. Flatt’s been instrumental in the development of Motlow’s Automation & Robotics Training Center.
This week, the Moore County-based school announced that the number of students who graduated from Motlow the same semester as they graduated high school grew a phenomenal 800 percent.
Angelica Dotson uses her experiences as a Hispanic student in southern, middle Tennessee to encourage other Motlow College students
Hispanic enrollment is growing nationally and Motlow State is no exception. It’s Hispanic numbers have almost triples in the past five years. In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the college recently shared with us the story of one of it’s first generation students.