Motlow plans to re-open its Moore County campus to in-person learning in the fall. The college will initiate its return to campus plan beginning May 10.
The Tennessee Higher Education Commission recently named Motlow State’s Misty Griffith as the only community college recipient of the Harold Love Outstanding Community Service Award.
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.
Motlow College recently nominated Assistant Professor of Geography Charle Coffey for the Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate Award.
Motlow College reminds Moore County veterans and active duty military that they offer tuition free options to develop a career after the military.
Motlow College recently announced three new apprenticeship opportunities coming for those interested in developing a career in the nursery industry, robotics and automation industry, and municipal water treatment.
Motlow State recently expanded its free, student Wi-Fi on the Moore County campus.
Motlow State Community College and Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) –Murfreesboro recently announced a partnership that will create a smooth transfer process for students studying nursing, cyber defense, business office, and mechatronics.
Motlow State President Michael Torrence was recently appointed to the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Commission on Institutional Infrastructure and Transformation.
Local students could earn a degree in a high-demand, high-paying field before they even graduate high school.