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Southwest Salutes the Class of 2024

Southwest to honor students at 26th Commencement ceremony

Southwest Tennessee Community College will celebrate the Class of 2024 on Wednesday, May 8 at the Landers Center in Southaven, Ms. The program will commence at 7 p.m.

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Southwest’s administrative services team pose for a group photo after their forum presentation on April 4.

Administrative forum highlights Southwest’s safety services

Members of Southwest’s administrative services team spotlighted their many services during a college-wide forum on April 4, 2024 at the Whitehaven Campus. Led by Associate Vice President for Administrative Services and Chief Information Officer,...

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Southwest Tennessee Community College’s Allied Health Department is launching a new healthcare program for students during the second 2024 summer term.

Southwest launches Medical Laboratory Technician Assistant Certificate program

Southwest Tennessee Community College’s Allied Health Department is launching a new healthcare program for students during the second 2024 summer term.

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SASCOC Accredidation

SACSCOC Accreditation and maintaining higher education quality, integrity levels

SACSCOC, which stands for Southern Association of Colleges and Schools-Commission on Colleges, is the institutional accrediting agency for Southwest. SACSCOC Accreditation is a process designed to reassure constituents and the public that higher...

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Policy Matters

Policy Matters: TBR Regulations

Southwest Tennessee Community College and all of the other community and technical colleges in the state are governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR). As such, we abide by TBR regulations. Several Southwest policies mention, and even cite,...

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Annual open house, career fair highlights Southwest’s capabilities and strengths

Annual open house, career fair highlights Southwest’s capabilities and strengths

Southwest Tennessee Community College has one of the best infrastructures in the country, according to one of the nation’s leading workforce development leaders. William H. Gary, Sr. of William Gary Consulting, LLC shared his observation to a room...

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Multilingual Memphis coordinator and Title III Director, Joshua Nave, UofM assistant professor of Spanish and conference keynote speaker, Brianna Butera, and student panelists Jacqueline Alaniz, Jennifer Joya and Luis Lopez Gamez at the the plenary session.

Southwest launches multilingual conference; fosters connections among second-language learning communities

In collaboration with local community leaders, Southwest hosted its inaugural Multilingual Memphis, a regional conference focused on building better connections within second-language learning communities across the city.

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