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 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.
On September 27, Motlow's Fayetteville campus will celebrate 30 years of academic excellence and service to students and the community.
Motlow State Community College recently visited Tennessee Tech University to sign an articulation agreement to benefit Motlow's Engineering students.
Motlow State Community College recently held a commencement ceremony for the 2023 class of Paramedics. Students from the Smyrna and Sparta locations walked the stage to receive plaques commemorating their achievement. This is the first group of Paramedic graduates from the Sparta site.
For those looking to deepen their career in the medical field, Motlow State Community College offers a one-year program that allows Paramedics to obtain an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing.
Motlow State's fall semester begins August 21. To get students ready for the new semester, each location is hosting a one-day, all-in-one college launch day called FastPass.
Graduating college before high school may sound like an impossible task, but student commitment, secondary vision, and post-secondary collaboration makes this feat increasingly possible.