College President Discusses Students’ Needs

For a room with several dozen brightly colored balloons and a buffet, the small auditorium at Southwest Tennessee Community College on Macon Cove got very quiet last week when SWTCC president Tracy D. Hall began talking about her 14-month tenure as leader of the city’s community college.

“We’ve allowed students to come onto campus and find themselves,” Hall told the group of 200. “And what have they found? They’ve found themselves in debt.”

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