Martin Methodist College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college located in Pulaski, Tennessee, and affiliated with the United Methodist Church. For many years it was a junior college but now offers several four-year degrees.
One notable alumnus is the late former United States Senator Ross Bass.
The school has several intercollegiate sports programs and is a member of the NAIA. Other notable graduates include John Ogiltree, a Canadian baseball pitcher, and Tenywa Bonseu, a Ugandan soccer player. In 2012, James Justice, a 5'9" basketball guard with a 52" vertical leap, won the ESPN College Slam Dunk Contest and was later drafted by the Harlem Globetrotters.
Schools Near Martin Methodist College
|Tennessee Technology Center at Pulaski||1.7mi|
|Career Beauty College||17.2mi|
|Fayetteville College of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences||26.4mi|
|Athens State University||27.6mi|
|Tennessee Career Institute||27.7mi|
|Columbia State Community College||29.0mi|
|John C Calhoun State Community College||38.1mi|
|Buchanan Beauty College||38.4mi|
|Tennessee Technology Center at Hohenwald||38.8mi|
|Alabama A & M University||39.1mi|
|Paul Mitchell the School-Huntsville||39.4mi|
|J F Drake State Technical College||39.5mi|
|ITT Technical Institute–Madison||39.6mi|
|Huntsville Bible College||39.9mi|