Motlow State will revitalize non-credit community course offerings in 2017
LYNCHBURG, TN (Dec. 19, 2016) — Motlow State Community College will bring back a wide selection of non-credit community courses beginning in January 2017, according to Tom Dillingham, director of workforce development and extended services.
"We are delighted to be bringing back the popular non-credit personal enrichment courses," said Dillingham. "Our aim is to offer a wide array of courses, varying from Conversational Spanish and increasing an individual's knowledge of computer systems, to various types of yoga and Ballroom Dancing."
Courses will be spread over Motlow's campuses in Smyrna, Moore County, McMinnville and Fayetteville as the College looks to further increase its presence and role in the local communities.
"We have a talented team of instructors who are excited about the opportunity to pass on their knowledge and passion to members of our communities," added Dillingham.
The courses will be offered through the Workforce Development and Extended Services office. For further information about the courses, email email@example.com, or visit the department web site at www.mscc.edu/wdes.