Members of the first graduating class of one of Motlow State's newest programs, Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT), were recognized in a recent pinning ceremony at the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce.
For the fourth consecutive year, Motlow State Community College has the largest enrollment in school history and remains among the fastest-growing colleges in Tennessee, according to Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) official enrollment numbers released for the fall 2018 semester. Motlow's Smyrna campus is the largest.
Secretary of State Tre Hargett visited Rutherford County this week where he started the day with a voter registration campaign among students at MTSU.
The Town of Smyrna and Motlow State Community College received a bit of good news from Governor Bill Haslam. State Representative Mike Sparks commented...
The monies will be used to create a third building at this location. They will also cover the cost of increasing access to parking...
Motlow is based in Moore County, but has satellite campuses in Smyrna, McMinnville and Fayetteville, and additional teaching locations in Shelbyville and Sparta.
Due to the massive increase in full-time student enrollment this fall, Motlow State Community College is inviting anyone interested in potentially becoming an adjunct faculty member to attend an Open House...
Motlow State Community College campuses in Fayetteville, McMinnville, Moore County and Smyrna will host separate Autism Awareness Walk events on Monday, Apr. 4.
The show is being sponsored by the Student Affairs division and co-hosted by the Office of Campus and Student Relations and the Smyrna Center.
Fueled by an astonishing 60 percent increase at the Smyrna Center, Motlow College began the first week of fall 2015 classes as the fastest growing college in the state of Tennessee.
While "Tennessee Achieves" has been operating a pilot program for the last four years, additional funding helped expand it this year.
The Alpha Xi Pi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) at Motlow College recently received awards and had members elected as officers at the PTK regional convention at Columbia State Community College.
The international Afghanistan photo exhibit "Unordinary Lives", by Manca Juvan, will open at Motlow College's Moore County campus on Thursday Jan. 22, according to Bobbie Underwood, secretary of academic affairs at the College.
The Smyrna campus of Motlow College is now smoke-free. The college restricts the use of all forms of tobacco, including smokeless tobacco and electronic cigarettes.
SMYRNA - All Motlow College campuses will become “tobacco-free / no-smoking” beginning July 1, 2014, college officials recently announced. Motlow has campuses in Fayetteville, McMinnville, Moore County and Smyrna.
A career fair is planned to take place at the Motlow College campus in Smyrna on Wednesday (3/26/14). The event will be from...
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