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Welcome to the official newsletter for students, employees and friends of Southwest Tennessee Community College.  Get the scoop on Southwest events, activities and accomplishments!

November/December 2021 Edition


Foundation provides critical support for students during the pandemic, needs support to keep moving forward

Foundation provides critical support for students during the pandemic, needs support to keep moving forward

Want to support student success? Vice President for External Relations Cynthia Graham says giving to the Southwest Tennessee Community College Foundation is a great way to make a difference in the lives of Southwest students and the employees who...

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Southwest Leadership Academy graduates inaugural class

Southwest Leadership Academy graduates inaugural class

Congratulations to the inaugural class of the Southwest Leadership Academy (SLA) on their distinguished graduation!

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Abadie tapped as Bellwether judge

Abadie tapped as Bellwether judge

Congratulations to Special Assistant to the Vice-President of Academic Affairs Sindy Abadie on her selection to serve as a 2022 Bellwether Awards judge!

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Greater Memphis Chamber Chief Economic Development Officer Ted Townsend opens the Chairman’s Circle meeting Oct. 26, 2021, at Southwest’s Bert Bornblum Library.

Southwest hosts Chamber’s Chairman’s Circle

Presidents, CEOs and business owners toured the newly renovated Fulton Building on the Macon Cove Campus Oct. 26, 2021, where they saw first-hand Southwest’s new state-of-the-art technology labs. The tour was part of the Memphis Regional Chamber’s...

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Project M.O.S.T. receives $3M in funding; students recruited for membership

Project M.O.S.T. receives $3M in funding; students recruited for membership

Project M.O.S.T. (Men of Southwest Tennessee) provides a variety of supports, resources and assistance to African American male students to help them complete their academic journey and achieve their full potential. Services include mentoring, tutoring...

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Dr. Ho Jin Lee

Honors program unveils Spring 2022 faculty and courses

Honors designated courses are smaller, innovative, more interactive and student-centered, allowing students to pursue academic interests while developing personal and professional skills needed to become part of the next generation of leaders. With...

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