Motlow State sponsors homeschool information night Oct. 25 on Moore County campus
LYNCHBURG, TN (Oct. 14, 2016) — Motlow State Community College is holding a “Motlow for Homeschoolers” information night on Tuesday, Oct. 25, from 5 - 6 p.m. on the Moore County campus. The session will be held in Room 105 in the Marcum Technology Center.
The event is open to all homeschool parents and students who want to learn about critical information regarding attending college.
“Motlow State is really excited to provide an opportunity to host homeschool students and their parents for this very informative event,” said Jeremy Mills, director of recruitment. “Motlow is very focused on connecting with this segment of prospective college students. Students attending a traditional high school receive a lot of exposure to college information and options. We want to make sure homeschool students in our area are receiving that same support.”
The program will cover multiple topics including the admissions process, high school dual enrollment opportunities at Motlow, Tennessee Promise eligibility, financial aid, scholarship basics, and the Motlow honors program. Students and parents will have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer session.
“As a Motlow alumnus who graduated high school as a homeschool student, I personally experienced the benefits that Motlow has to offer,” added Mills. “I believe our guests will be impressed at the opportunities Motlow provides for students in a safe and very welcoming environment.”
Students and parents planning to attend are asked to contact Jeremy Mills at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 615-220-7914.