Dr. Kimetta R. Hairston shared a message of diversity and inclusion for two days at Motlow State Community College.
Motlow State Community College will be closed in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday from Thursday, Nov. 22, through Sunday, Nov. 25, according to college officials.
Motlow State Community College will receive a $250,000 state grant to help high school students earn two-year degrees in the high-demand field of mechatronics. Part of the grant will help Oakland High School.
Motlow State Community College has strengthened its commitment to improving student success by becoming part of the Achieving the Dream (ATD) National Reform Network.
All current and incoming Motlow State Community College Tennessee Promise students have until July 1 to complete and submit eight hours of community service in order to remain eligible for the Tennessee Promise scholarship.
Motlow State Community College is offering the Accuplacer Assessment Test at all Motlow campuses multiple times through the 2018 calendar year.
The Motlow State Community College Public Safety Department was recently awarded a $2,500 grant through the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO).
The Motlow State Community College Testing Center will be offering LPN-RN program applicants the opportunity to take the Health Education Systems Incorporated (HESI) Fundamental Entrance exam more than one time in early 2018.
Motlow State Community College Smyrna campus is now offering early morning and Sunday classes to provide more opportunity for non-traditional adult learners to further their education in order to improve their lives.
Motlow State Community College students, faculty and staff from the Smyrna campus recently participated in the collection and delivery of books in support of the International Book Project (IBP).
Any student who missed the opportunity to register for classes beginning in August can still register for "late-start" classes at Motlow College.
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.
All Motlow College locations - including the Smyrna center - will be closed part of the day Aug. 17 to permit faculty and staff to attend fall convocation. The Smyrna Center will open at 2 p.m.
Motlow College is encouraging all students, faculty and staff to register for the mobile Motlow Alert system. The service is free and is also open to members of the general public who would like to receive the latest information regarding Motlow.
Dr. MaryLou Apple, president of Motlow College, was recently recognized by Women in Higher Education in Tennessee (WHET) during the Middle Tennessee Regional Conference held at the Motlow College Smyrna Center.
Motlow College graduated 51 nursing students during commencement ceremonies on May 9.
Dr. Anthony G. Kinkel was named the new president of Motlow College during a special called meeting Wednesday of the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR).
All Motlow College facilities, including the Smyrna campus, will be closed this Friday, April 3 for a spring holiday administrative closing
Motlow State Community College is looking for a new leader. President MaryLou Apple announced Monday her upcoming retirement, effective June 30th.
The Motlow College Smyrna Center is hosting a care-package drive for the homeless now until Dec. 18, according to Estelle Davis, secretary at the Smyrna Center.
Motlow College Smyrna Center campus faculty and staff members who have served in the Armed Forces recently gathered for a Veteran's Day photo.
There is a November 1st deadline to apply for the Tennessee Promise scholarship. Dr. MaryLou Apple, president of Motlow College, says it's a unique scholarship available beginning with this year's high school seniors.
The Motlow College Smyrna Center Conservation and Outdoor Recreation (COR) club recently constructed and installed bird boxes as part of a joint project involving the COR club and the Smyrna biology environmental science class.
Registration of Tennessee high school senior's in the state's "Tennessee Promise" program stands at nearly 23-thousand. That from numbers released by the Tennessee Board of Regents late last week.
Motlow College invites its student body, students from area high schools and those who are home-schooled, and the general public to the annual College Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 3, at the Moore County campus.
Tennessee high school seniors have only a few weeks left to complete an application for free tuition at the state's community colleges and technology centers.
Twenty-four students from Oakland High School recently earned Level 1 certification in mechatronics during commencement ceremonies at Motlow College.
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