The Chattanooga State Foundation is honored to accept a wonderful donation from the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Medical Alliance for the Debra Watlington Nursing Scholarship.
The Shannon Brown Honorary Scholarship established through the Chattanooga State Foundation will help provide access and remove financial barriers for students entering the new hospitality degree at Chattanooga State Community College, according to college officials.
Congratulations to our friends and terrific community partners in education at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee for being honored by tnAchieves as the biggest provider of employee mentors for Tennessee Promise with a total of 99 mentors participating!
ChattState is celebrating 50 years of service to our community this year. As this important milestone unfolds, we are taking the time to reflect where the College has been over the last half century.
1963: School Announced For Chattanooga Area
In the early 1960s, the Tennessee State Board of Education began efforts to establish community colleges across the state as a result of post-World War II children entering higher education. The school was to be located on Moccasin Bend.
1964: School Named Chattanooga State Technical Institute
Moccasin Bend site approved. Construction of the foundation begins, but the area was marsh land and very difficult to work with.
Our friends at Tennessee American Water are helping Chattanooga State celebrate its 50th Anniversary. Be sure to check out Phillip D. Glass sporting a Chatt State 50th Anniversary t-shirt next time you are driving Amnicola toward downtown.
Sophie studied in the honors program of elementary education here at Chattanooga State. Sophie chose elementary education on account of her love for teaching; she currently teaches varsity soccer. She originally hails from Australia, but moved to the United States in 2013 to pursue her education. Motivated by the high standards she set for herself and her family’s competitiveness, Sophie recently transferred to UTC.
Join us as we recognize Chattanooga State’s Adult Education graduates earning the Tennessee High School Equivalency Diploma. The Graduation is open to the public and will be Thursday, June 18, 7:00 p.m. in the Humanities Auditorium
Chattanooga State Foundation presents Dinner of Firsts – A Golden Celebration! A combined event celebrating ChattState’s 50 years of service to our community and honoring our friend, John Germ. John is a first generation college graduate and has been
We were thrilled to see reporter Will Healy’s Chattanooga Times Free Press article celebrate the success of four local students from Dalewood Middle School who won Chattanooga’s first Science Genius rap competition held on campus earlier this month. Healy’s article was picked up by the Associated Press and is receiving national circulation, including in the U.S. News and World Report this week:
Christin is the first in her family to graduate high school and pursue a college degree. An alum of Brainerd High School, she is currently a 4th semester student at Chattanooga State majoring in accounting. A Chattanooga native, Christin chose Chattanooga State for the location and accounting degree offered and says her interest in accounting is because of her love of numbers and