Mariam Tanas was elected at large during the Tennessee Leadership Training Institute to serve as a member of the 2022-23 SkillsUSA Tennessee Postsecondary State Officer Team.
You are an important part of a tradition of student success and academic excellence at Motlow State. We want you to have everything you need to succeed.
STUDENT SUCCESS CENTERS
Each Motlow campus has a Student Success Center designed to help ensure you have a successful journey from enrollment to graduation.
Motlow is committed to your success. You begin your college experience with a comprehensive orientation and an opportunity to engage in workshops and activities that help you adjust to college life. Throughout your time at Motlow you will be inspired, motivated, and guided toward graduation. Your success is our mission.
Student Government Association
The Student Government Association (SGA) is an elected group of students representing the needs of Motlow's student body, led by a president elected by the entire student body.
SGA represents the student body at events on Motlow's campuses, including the college's Leadership Council. SGA is involved in planning and executing events on every campus, from Weeks of Welcome to finals week celebrations. All Motlow students are encouraged to attend SGA meetings and voice their concerns or ideas.
PLANNING FOR GRADUATION
Graduation day is the culmination of your hard work. A degree from Motlow empowers you to advance to your next level.
You have a vast array of support services while you are a student at Motlow. All are designed to work together to assist you towards your goal. If that goal is graduation, then the time to start planning is when you enroll at Motlow. There are multiple steps required in addition to completing your coursework.
RECENT NEWS POSTS
Approximately 30 Motlow State students participated in a simulated mass casualty exercise at the College's Sparta site Nov. 30.
to Motlow State Community College students Karyn Johnson, from Tullahoma, and Louisa Branch, from White House, for earning the Sam H. Odom Scholarship to use toward their Nursing degrees.
The Motlow State Community College Library was awarded a $5,000 Targeted Arts Development Initiative (TADI) Grant funded by the Tennessee Arts Commission.
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