As peak winter weather season approaches, Motlow reminds students to sign up for their emergency alert system.
Over the past year, 33 faculty members at Motlow State Community College have been promoted and/or granted tenure.
Bad News: The “pandemic effect” is hitting Middle Tennessee. Good News: It’s sparked an in-demand career certification that will lead to high paying local jobs.
COVID taught us that students can learn anywhere. A new Motlow State, T-Mobile partnership will help 2,100 local students stay on their degree path and meet their educational goals.
It’s a great day for a great cause. The Motlow College Foundation Golf Tournament will take place on September 10 at Bear Trace Golf Course at Tims Ford State Park.
Two recent EMS classes celebrated graduation at Motlow College on August 17.
Motlow State’s Associate Professor of Theatre and Communication was recently named Art Educator of the Decade at a Nashville awards ceremony.
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.