“Mr. Perfect took us on a tour of some unreal companies who moved to Chattanooga and were unbelievably successful. Now he returns in a musical extravaganza. And this time he’ll have to convince his toughest audience yet that Chattanooga is, literally, perfect for her.”
We are incredibly proud of Chattanooga State Fine Arts faculty member Dr. Jennifer Arbogast who stars as Carolyn Stanton in CHA CHA Land:
Our friends at Tennessee American Water are helping Chattanooga State celebrate its 50th Anniversary. During the month of July, be sure to check out Phillip D. Glass sporting a Chatt State 50th Anniversary t-shirt next time you are driving Amnicola toward downtown.
“The mission of the College is very clear. It is all about serving students.” -Dr. Flora Tydings, during her Open Forum at Chattanooga State on May 6, 2015
Chancellor Morgan announced today he will recommend Dr. Flora Tydings as next President of Chattanooga State to the Tennessee Board of Regents next Wednesday, May 27, 2015, at a special called meeting.
Longtime State Representative Paul Starnes died January 9, 2015.
John Germ, a Founding Chattanooga State Foundation Board member who served with Mr. Starnes on the Foundation Board, had this to say about him:
“Paul Starnes was a strong advocate for Chattanooga State. His leadership led to the creation of many programs and building projects that enhance the community and allow students to earn a valuable education. He was a strong supporter of the foundation and played an active roll in selecting leadership for the college. His tenure in the legislature led to many improvements in Hamilton County. Chattanooga State has lost a tremendous supporter and educational leader.”
The Chattanooga State Student Center is named in his honor. Read more about him here.