Chattanooga State’s International Community Outreach Office is excited to announce the date for its fourth annual Latin Festival and Latino-American Soccer Cup 2018. On May 5th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Highland Park Commons on 2000 Union Avenue, Chattanooga will be immersed in Continue reading Save the date for Latin Festival 2018
Story by Hannah Baker
Darrius Cole, a Florence, Alabama native and graduate of Chattanooga State Community College did not always know that he wanted to be in nuclear engineering. It wasn’t until 2009, while working at Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant as a contractor, that he realized his calling. In 2012 after doing some research online, he found out Continue reading Living the Dream
“Sometimes there are impediments outside the classroom, including not knowing where your next meal is coming from. This food pantry is a testament to the care on the Chattanooga State campus,” – Dr. Rebecca Ashford, President of Chattanooga State during the March 20th Grand Opening of the Tiger Cupboard
Chattanooga State’s Nursing program continues to exceed the Tennessee Board of Nursing benchmark. In fact, our May 2017 cohort of 107 RN graduates had a 100% licensure pass rate. Chattanooga State is unique Continue reading Chattanooga State Nursing Program Consistently High Quality
Executive Women International (EWI) of Chattanooga recently contributed a $4,600 check to the Chattanooga State Community College Foundation. Since chartering in 1987, EWI of Chattanooga has contributed more than $83,065 to Continue reading EWI Cumulative Scholarship Giving Exceeds $80,000
Do you or someone you know want to increase your earning potential? Perhaps the personal satisfaction of completing a college degree is motivation enough for you or someone you care about to reconnect with college? Whatever the reason, it is time to reconnect!
Beginning with the fall semester of 2018-19 academic year, the Tennessee Reconnect program will allow Tennessee adults who have not earned an associate or bachelor’s degree to attend an eligible institution, like Chattanooga State, free of tuition and mandatory fees while attending at least part-time. Continue reading TN Reconnect Info Sessions at Chattanooga State
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
Chattanooga State’s Dinner of Firsts 2017 had net proceeds for the event totaling more than $70,000, with $50,000 earmarked for the inaugural Tom Edd Wilson First in the Family Endowed Scholarship and $20,000 to the annual First in the Family Continue reading ChattState’s Dinner of Firsts Raises $70K For Scholarships
by Julie Cook Davis, President, Chattanooga State Alumni Association
By the time you read this, my favorite holiday will have come and gone; Thanksgiving. Don’t get me wrong, I love Valentine’s Day simply because it is all things pink for a month. But, Thanksgiving is the one. It’s the one I look forward to all year. I make lists of lists I need to make. I write the menu and rewrite the menu about six times, and we always end up having the same menu …. every year. The meal grows a little bigger some years as we Continue reading Good memories come from good moments
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.