Wow! How is it that another calendar year is about to end? During this season of thanks and giving, I am grateful for many things. I am especially grateful for the unsung efforts of many professionals who are consumed with helping equip the next generation and Continue reading A Note of Gratitude
Story by Hannah Baker
Sara Wilson, a recent Chattanooga State Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT) graduate was named the American Technical Education Association (ATEA) National Outstanding Technical Student Award winner of 2017. ATEA is a premier association for the post-secondary technical educator with an emphasis on professional development. The recipient of this prestigious award must be a full-time student in a post-secondary technical education program of study. The student must be strong academically and show potential in his/her chosen technical field. A nominee must be a student at a school with active institutional membership in ATEA.
Chattanooga State recently celebrated the 50th Reunion of its very first graduating class from 1967. The Chattanooga State Class of 1967 is very unique in that they were the first students, and the first graduates, of the state of Tennessee’s first-ever two-year technical institution Continue reading First 50th Reunion of the First Class of the First Two-year Technical Institute in the State
You’ve heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but have you heard about Giving Tuesday?
As part of #GivingTuesday, we invite you to kick off the year-end charitable giving season by investing in the Chattanooga State Foundation’s Focus on Completion Endowment Fund for Professional Development and Student Success. This first-ever opportunity for Chattanooga State Community College offers a one-to-one match to double your gift thanks to the competitive Strengthening Institutions Program grant the college Continue reading Double your gift on #GivingTuesday
by Morgan Smith, Class of 2011
There comes a time in every person’s life when he or she experiences that notorious sinking feeling. It starts with your stomach dropping to your feet, and ends when you finally put the stressful thoughts to bed. Continue reading A network of people who cared about my success: Morgan Smith
by Gary Ainscough, Class President of first graduating class, 1967
Oh my, where has the time gone? Why has the time moved by so quickly?
Either way, it was very special to be reflective and appreciate how our paths crossed with Chattanooga State. Our professional careers were launched into meaningful job opportunities. Let’s go back to Continue reading ChattState’s First 50th Year Reunion: Gary Ainscough
We invite members of the Class of 1967 and their faculty and staff, to please join us for the inaugural Half Century Alumni Club Reunion. Join us on the main campus of Chattanooga State on Friday, October 6th and Saturday, October 7th. Details as follows: Continue reading Class of 1967 50th Reunion Oct. 6 & 7
On Monday, August 21, Chattanooga State Community College will celebrate the Total Eclipse of the Sun by having a Tiger Totality Solar Eclipse Viewing Party at the Dayton Campus, Continue reading Tiger Totality Solar Eclipse Viewing Party in Dayton
The Chattanooga State Class of 1967 is planning a 50th Class Reunion. Founded in 1965 as Chattanooga State Technical Institute, the CSTI Class of 1967 is the first graduating class Continue reading Inaugural Half Century Alumni Reunion Planned
Last year, the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce blew our minds with the creative and super-memorable Mr. Perfect video promotions. According to the Chamber: Continue reading Cha Cha Land featuring our own Dr. Jennifer Arbogast