Motlow’s Main Campus To Host Tennessee Promise Sign-Up

Motlow's Moore County campus will host a Tennessee Promise Scholarship Saturday on Oct. 17. Current Motlow freshman Zana Hendon from Winchester took advantage of the Tennessee Promise last year and encourages all current high school seniors to attend the event. Motlow College photo.

Motlow’s Moore County campus will host a Tennessee Promise Scholarship Saturday on Oct. 17. Current Motlow freshman Zana Hendon from Winchester took advantage of the Tennessee Promise last year and encourages all current high school seniors to attend the event. Motlow College photo.

Motlow College’s Moore County campus will open up its computer labs from 9 a.m. – noon on Saturday, Oct. 17, for area high school seniors to sign up for Tennessee Promise and fill out their Motlow applications. Students and parents contact Brenda Cannon, director of student and campus relations, at 931-393-1548 or bcannon@mscc.edu for additional information.
The event is designed to encourage students to enroll in Tennessee Promise, Governor Bill Haslam’s program to provide two years of community college or technical school tuition. Tennessee Promise is part of the Drive to 55 initiative to increase the number of Tennesseans with some form of post-secondary credential, such as a college degree or technical certificate.
During Scholarship Saturday, students may come to the Moore County campus and use the college’s computers to sign up online. Free pizza will be on hand for anyone signing up.
The Motlow Moore County campus is located at 6015 Ledford Mill Road.