I am grateful to Chattanooga State because the classes I took and time I spent as manager of the women’s basketball team prepared me to continue my education and athletic endeavors (specifically as a student athletic trainer and manager) at UTC and a summer job at Engel Stadium as the clubhouse attendant for the visiting baseball team. As a shy person who loves sports but is not a good athlete, my time as manager of the team gave me the confidence to pursue my degree while being involved in college athletics.
Come join us for the Tiger Tailgate Party on Friday, November 13. Tailgating is in the Faculty Staff Parking Lot next to the Gymnasium, and Game time is 5:30 pm. Below are the Tailgate Rules and Guidelines: Continue reading Get Ready for the Tiger Tailgate!
by Dr. Tina Cannon, alum and mathematics professor
I am grateful to Chattanooga State because it has been a part of my life for over 30 years, as a student and an employee. In 1983, I became a student at Chattanooga State. At the time, I had no clue what career path that I wanted to pursue. I came to the campus and spoke to an advisor, and he helped me by Continue reading 50 Faces of Gratitude: Dr. Tina Cannon
by Morgan Smith–Alum, writer, photographer, film producer
I am grateful to Chattanooga State because it gave me the opportunity to be a Jo, pursue an interest in short films and writing, and helped me to build on my future. As a student ambassador, I was able to share my love for Chattanooga State with my fellow classmates, as well as prospective students. One of the most important things about our community college is that it is a stepping-stone. Chattanooga State prepared me for an easy transition to UTC, but no matter how long it has been, I always feel at home when I come back to campus. Chattanooga State honed my professional and communication skills, which helped start my career at the Chattanooga Visitors Bureau. Above all else, I am grateful for the caring staff, the friends who shared a passion for film, and the school that made college a lot less scary.
The Chattanooga Section of American Society for Non-Destructive Testing (ASNT) recently donated $12,000 to Chattanooga State Community College that will be used toward scholarships for students enrolled in the Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) program in the Engineering Technology Division at the college. Continue reading ASNT Donates $12,000 to Chattanooga State
by Suzy Anthony, alum and Chief Financial Officer of the Public Education Foundation
I am grateful to Chattanooga State because I transferred to a four-year college debt free. I paid for my college education myself, was able to work while attending Chattanooga State and pay the affordable tuition. I was able to transfer 60 credits and was well-prepared to complete my degree. Continue reading 50 Faces of Gratitude: Suzy Anthony
“Gratitude paints little smiley faces on everything it touches.” ― Richelle E. Goodrich
Chattanooga State is thankful for 50 years of service to our community. As part of our year-long celebration, we are pleased to announce a social media campaign called the 50 Faces of Gratitude that will feature students, alumni, current and former employees as well as business and industry leaders sharing why they are grateful for Chattanooga State.
Follow the hashtag #ChattState50 on your social media networks, join the conversation and help us give thanks for 50 years of service to our community.
If you would like to be one of the 50 Faces of Gratitude, please email email@example.com.
Make plans to join us for our first-ever Reunion Days at Chattanooga State to reconnect with old friends, meet new ones, and help us mark fifty years serving Chattanooga. The goal of Reunion Days is to celebrate our proud past, reconnect with one another and showcase our campus community during featured events throughout this academic year.
Be sure to visit chattanoogastate.edu/50th for the latest on our growing schedule of events. Our preliminary schedule of events is below: