Dr. Kendricks Hooker, VP of Academic Affairs, and Anita Brackin, Associate Vice President, Workforce and Economic Development and Continuing Education, with Southwest Tennessee Community College. During the interview they discuss some of the pivots as a result of COVID-19 and how Southwest helped students continue moving forward with their learning, new virtual learning options and online student supports, summer successes, degree programs that are most relevant now, and how Southwest is helping students REIMAGINE their education and future with a new laptop program, tuition free financial aid assistance, and more.
Fall classes begin Aug. 24.
PHASE II GUIDELINES: Includes Phase I activities, along with the following:
- Limited course offerings for lecture-based courses with both online and on-campus components may be offered at Maxine Smith and Whitehaven centers.
- All other faculty and staff continue teleworking.
- Funeral Service Education classes and select other learning opportunities available at Whitehaven Center.
- Child Care Centers at Macon Cove and Union Avenue campuses reopen.
- Select employees may work on campus on a rotating basis.
REIMAGINE – Whether you are about to graduate from high school or have been working for many years, Southwest can help you reimagine your future.
Learn more: http://southwest.tn.edu