Motlow College invites its student body, students from area high schools and those who are home-schooled, and the general public to the annual College Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 3, at the Moore County campus.
The event is set for 9 - 11:30 a.m. inside Nisbett Center and will include representatives from more than 30 colleges and universities, technology centers, specialty schools and the Armed Forces; according to Brenda Cannon, director of student and campus relations at Motlow.
"The College Fair is an excellent service provided to area residents, high schools and Motlow students" Cannon said. "It reinforces Motlow's commitment to serve and empower residents as well as strengthen the K-12 partnerships."
Eric Fowler of the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation will make presentations emphasizing the Hope Scholarship and the new Tennessee Promise opportunity. Reservations are required for these presentations and can be made by calling Cannon at 931-393-1548 or emailing email@example.com.
Those attending the fair will be able to gather information from representatives of Aquinas College, Art Institute of Tennessee, Austin Peay State University, Berry College, Bethel University, Carson-Newman University, Cumberland University, East Tennessee State University, Fayetteville College of Cosmetology, Hiwassee College, King University, Lee University, Lincoln Memorial University, Lipscomb University, Love Beauty School, Maryville College, Middle Tennessee State University, Nossi College of Art, O'More College of Design, Inc., Tennessee College of Applied Technology in Shelbyville, Tennessee State University, Tennessee Technological University, Tennessee Wesleyan College, Trevecca Nazarene University, Tusculum College, Union University, University of Alabama at Huntsville, University of Memphis, University of North Alabama, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, Sewanee: the University of the South, the United States Army, University of Tennessee, Vanderbilt University, Western Governors University and West Virginia University Institute of Technology.
The College Fair is sponsored by Motlow and the Tennessee Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers. It is free and open to the public.