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More than 35 Students Graduated from Motlow Before Finishing High School

Several Middle Tennessee high school students graduate with Associate degrees from Motlow State Community College each year. This year, 29 LaVergne High School graduates completed their degrees from Motlow prior to graduating from high school. Some are headed to the military and several are heading on to universities, in and out of state, to pursue bachelor’s degrees.

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Tennessee College of Applied Technology Pulaski named a National Model of Success by SkillsUSA

SkillsUSA has named the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Pulaski one of 24 National Models of Excellence across the nation for 2022. The annual program recognizes the exceptional integration of personal, workplace and technical skills into SkillsUSA chapter activities.

This is the highest honor bestowed on chapters by SkillsUSA, one of the largest national student organizations for career and technical education.

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Nashville State Community College opens state-of-the-art North Davidson Campus

Nashville State Community College unveiled its long-anticipated North Davidson campus in Madison during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday, April 19. This is Nashville State’s fourth campus in Davidson County. The community and dignitaries from the Madison community were invited to the ceremony and day-long open house.   

The address is 1520 Gallatin Pike North, Madison.  

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Southwest Tennessee Community College, UT Health Science Center partner to help students earn bachelor's degrees in nursing

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s College of Nursing and Southwest Tennessee Community College have partnered to guarantee admission to UTHSC’s nursing program for Southwest students who meet requirements. 

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Community celebrates opening of new Anderson County Higher Education Center

The new Anderson County Higher Education Center “is an example of what should be happening” to spur workforce development, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee told an audience who gathered for the facility's opening ceremony Friday, December 10.

Gesturing to students in the back who will be attending classes at the center starting in January, Gov. Lee thanked them for “pursuing the path you’re pursuing.”

“The private sector drives what we’re doing here,” Gov. Lee told attendees crowded into the spacious classroom where diesel powered technology will soon be taught.

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Pellissippi State’s new Bill Haslam Center for Math and Science opens ahead of fall semester

Pellissippi State Community College students in math, science and teacher education courses will return to classes next week in a state-of-the-art new building. 

Denark Construction completed the Bill Haslam Center for Math and Science on the college’s Hardin Valley Campus this summer, and a Ribbon Cutting Celebration was held Tuesday, Aug. 17, to celebrate. 

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Jackson State Community College's Quest program provides support for African-American male freshmen

As a first-generation college student at Jackson State Community College, Kelan Jones didn’t have a clear understanding of how to be successful in college. A standout basketball player in high school, Jones saw the sport as his ticket to success. 

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Nashville State Community College & Austin Peay State University partner to enhance college options, completion

Austin Peay State University and Nashville State Community College recently signed an agreement to help students complete their degree or pursue additional degrees. The agreement formalizes the ability of a student who completes an associate degree at Nashville State to be granted admission to select undergraduate programs at APSU.  

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