Scoop May/June 2021 Edition

Physical Plant Director Jonathan Welden gives President Tracy D. Hall and governance and student leaders a tour of the safety installations at the Union Avenue campus.


We all have our words and phrases to describe these most unusual past 14 months. Challenging. Disruptive. Unpredictable. These are just a few. Unprecedented is the word that comes to mind for me. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel....

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Southwest to celebrate Juneteenth with vaccination event

Southwest has teamed up with the White House, City of Memphis, Shelby County Health Department and State of Tennessee to celebrate Juneteenth on June 19, with a drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination event at the Whitehaven Center, 1234 Finley.

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Generation USA graduate Fred Thompson

New IT certification programs open career paths while strengthening area workforce

Southwest Tennessee Community College recently partnered with Generation USA to graduate a total of 43 students from two free online programs: IT Help Desk Technician and Digital Marketing Analyst. The courses, which are 12 and 11 weeks respectively,...

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Welcome Aboard

Welcome Aboard!

Southwest Tennessee Community College welcomes the following new employees to the Southwest family

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Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett and President Tracy D. Hall greet each other at Southwest’s Whitehaven Center March 5, 2021.

Southwest first community college in Tennessee to open drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination site

Southwest’s calling to be the community’s college took on pandemic significance when it opened a COVID-19 vaccination site at its Whitehaven Center February 5. The College became the first in Tennessee to host a drive-thru location in partnership...

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Tracy Hall Memphis Business Journal

President Hall named a 2021 MBJ power leader

Congratulations to Southwest President Dr. Tracy D. Hall who made this year’s Memphis Business Journal’s (MBJ) Power 100 list! The Power 100 profiles Memphis’ most influential leaders who are change agents. MBJ’s editorial team meticulously...

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