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Official Newsletter

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

January/February 2022 Edition

Dr. Tracy Hall

From the President

I never tire of telling the Southwest story. Our mission is to serve the community’s education, training and workforce needs by providing a quality education in a student-centric environment to anyone who desires to elevate their quality of life...

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Digital Twin

Southwest’s Digital Twin platform selected as finalist in IDC’s Best in Future of Work awards

Congratulations to Southwest’s Information and Technology Services department on their prestigious recognition as a finalist in the International Data Corporation’s (IDC) Future Enterprise Best in Future of Work North America Awards in the category...

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Vernita Boone

STAFF KUDOS: Memphis Mayor honors Verneta Boone with MLK Luminary Award

Congratulations to Whitehaven Center Director Vernita Boone on her esteemed recognition as a 2022 MLK (Martin Luther King) Luminary Award winner. Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland presented the award during a special ceremony at City Hall, citing Boone’s...

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Dr. Tracy Hall

Southwest President Tracy D. Hall selected to Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis board; Memphis Business Journal’s Power 100

Congratulations to Southwest President Tracy D. Hall on her appointment to the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis Memphis Branch board of directors Jan. 1 for a three-year term.

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Code of Conduct

Policy Matters: Southwest updates Code of Conduct

Southwest has updated its Code of Conduct Policy, 5:00:00:00/41. The Code of Conduct policy is an important legal document to review when every employee joins the Southwest family. It outlines expectations regarding employee behavior in the workplace...

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SALUQI CORNER: Saluqi basketball winds down; Baseball, softball gear up

The Saluqi athletic program enters its busiest time of the year with the start of spring semester. The men’s and women’s basketball teams are entering the final stretch of conference games before the regional tournament and the baseball and softball...

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