Motlow's Fayetteville campus celebrated 30 years of rich history in 2023. In addition to continuing the existing catalog of courses, Motlow has exciting developments on the horizon that it looks forward to sharing with the Lincoln County community.
Motlow has a 50-year legacy of student success and high graduation rates. More importantly,
Motlow is a family. We take care of each other, respect each other, and enjoy working
in a fun and professional educational environment. We are diverse, we are accessible,
and we are One Motlow. We can all be proud that we work for one of the premier community
colleges in the nation.
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RECENT NEWS POSTS
Motlow State Community College recently hosted the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) at the Moore County Campus for their quarterly meeting. Motlow partnered with the Shelbyville, McMinnville, and Murfreesboro Colleges of Applied Technology (TCATs) in hosting the board meeting.
Motlow State Community College's Fayetteville Campus will celebrate its 30th anniversary on September 27. The college has advanced and expanded greatly in that time, especially in the program offerings now available.
Motlow's Smyrna campus recently became the College's third site to receive an ambulance simulator for the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Program. A crew worked for three days straight to build the simulator, giving instructors a new resource to expand the simulations and trainings available to students.