As part of our 50th Anniversary Reunion Days, Chattanooga State’s Music Department invites the public to join us for “Carols, Candy Canes, Cookies and Hot Cocoa” on Wed., Dec. 2 at
Please join us for ChattState Reunion Days on Dec. 2, 3 and 4. The schedule of events is below. All events on Dec. 2 and Dec. 4 are free and open to the public, and the Dec. 3rd Dinner of Firsts event benefits student scholarships.
Schedule of Events
Wed., Dec. 2, 2015
Carols, Candy Canes, Cookies and Hot Cocoa 6:30 p.m., Sculpture Garden. Bring your family and friends to our outdoor sculpture garden lit for the holiday season and join the Chattanooga State Music Department for caroling with hot cocoa and candy canes.
The Student Activities and Athletic departments sponsored the Tiger Tailgate Party at ChattState on Friday, Nov. 13th. The event was designed to build team spirit and strengthen support of the talented athletes that make up ChattState’s basketball team. It was also a lot of fun! Enjoy the highlights here:
by Olivia Kilgore, a current Chattanooga State Global Scholars Honors Student
Being a First in the Family Scholar has allowed me to attend college and not face financial struggles. I have been enabled to pay for my books without applying for student loans. It has also allowed to continue my education in hopes of graduating with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Non-Destructive Testing Technology in the Spring of 2017.
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:
Global Scholars is sponsoring a speaking engagement that is open to the entire campus community and public. Adam Braun is the founder of Pencils of Promise and a New York Times bestselling author. He will be on campus Tuesday, October 6 for a book signing and keynote:
- 3 – 4 p.m.: Book signing in the Kolywck Library
- 6 p.m.: Keynote Address in the Gym
The event is free and open to the public.
Join us for Culture Fest 2015 on Sunday, October 4 from 11:00 to 4:00 pm at the First Tennessee Pavilion located at 1801 Carter Street in downtown Chattanooga. Culture Fest is the Chattanooga area’s premiere showcase of international communities and one of the largest annual celebrations of local cultures for the past 16 years.
It’s a wonderful one-day celebration of diversity to learn about other cultures through display booths coordinated by local ethnic organizations and also features:
Make plans to join us on Tuesday, August 25 for We, the 3rd Annual Symposium for Women Entrepreneurs. Our keynote speaker is Bonnie Carroll, Founder and CEO of Information International Associates, Inc. Dr. Autumn Graves, Head of Girls Preparatory School, and Aundrea Wilcox, Senior Business Counselor, author and Kingsport Chamber ECD Director, are also featured speakers.