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Dual Enrollment Grant Deadline is Sept. 15

Motlow State Community College has more high school Dual Enrollment students than any college in Tennessee. We specialize in making sure you get a great early college experience. Take classes at your high school or at any Motlow campus – and best of all it is FREE if you qualify for a Dual Enrollment grant. If you …

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Motlow goes back to Mask Requirement

Effective August 31, Motlow State Community College is requiring face masks to be worn inside buildings.  This decision supports shared recommendations across the college community.   All students, faculty, staff, and visitors are required to wear face masks while inside Motlow facilities. Social distancing is encouraged wherever possible.  “In a proactive effort, college representatives unanimously support the …

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Upcoming TN Promise Deadlines at Motlow

Motlow State Community College is proud to be a participating college for Tennessee Promise! This is a statewide program that allows graduating high school students and home school seniors in Tennessee the opportunity to earn a degree or certificate from a Tennessee community or technical college regardless of financial status. For those students graduating in …

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Motlow Hosting ACT Prep Class

Motlow State Community College is scheduled to host an ACT Prep class for current high school students at the College’s Moore County Campus beginning September 13 through October 11. Students wishing to attend should register in advance at https://registration.xenegrade.com/motlow/courseDisplay.cfm?schID=313. Additional registration details can be found on the Motlow website under “Workforce”. This course is designed to …

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Motlow State Updates On-Campus Plan–NO Mask Mandate

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee issued Executive Order No. 84 on Aug. 16, affirming individualized decisions regarding mask-wearing in public places of learning during the COVID pandemic.   As a result of Governor Lee’s Executive Order 84, the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) added the following recommendation:   “Colleges should encourage faculty, students, and staff to wear masks in indoor …

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Nissan Shutting Down Smyrna Plant for 2 Weeks

Nissan says its huge factory in Smyrna, Tennessee, will close for two weeks starting Monday. The shutdown is due to computer chip shortages brought on by a coronavirus outbreak in Malaysia. The shutdown is among the longest at any U.S. auto plant of this size since the semiconductor shortage started to hit late last year. …

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Motlow’s EMS Program Fast Tracks Your Career

Are you looking for a quick pathway to a career? Look no further than Motlow State Community College’s Emergency Medical Services (EMS) program. In as little as three months, you can get EMT basic training certification that can give you a leg up on the competition in any field.  “I saw Motlow State was offering …

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Motlow Offers New Cyber Defense Course

Cyber defense is critical for daily operations. Cyber-attacks are increasingly more common and there are many different types. Many people have received phishing emails or have been the victim of a cybercrime. This modern dilemma is why Motlow State Community College is continuously preparing students for the future. Motlow recently approved a new Penetration Testing …

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Ascend Federal Credit Union Employees Donate 5,279 Food Items to the Second Harvest Food Bank

Recently, Ascend Federal Credit Union employees donated 5,279 food items to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. The collection was held in May at Ascend’s corporate office in Tullahoma and all of its 28 branch locations.   “It’s important to support Second Harvest throughout the year, as hunger doesn’t discriminate by season, especially this year with …

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Man Loses Hand in Fireworks Accident

A 21-year-old Murfreesboro man was transported to a Nashville hospital after severing his hand while attempting to shoot fireworks from the sunroof of a car. An unidentified Murfreesboro man was holding a mortar in his left hand when it exploded on Wednesday night. A 20-year old woman who was also in the vehicle suffered slight …

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