Dr. Flora Tydings welcomed the new Alumni Board members to campus and stated how grateful she was for their service:
“You are making our dream of an Alumni Board a reality,” Tydings said.
We are so pleased to introduce you to our new Chattanooga State Alumni Board members: photo above (l-r): Dr. Jared Bigham, Morgan Smith, Sherri Shackleford, Dennis Tumlin, Dr. Flora Tydings, Jerry Wagner, Tabatha Armour and Gary Ainscough. Missing from
Chattanooga State Community College has been selected to participate in Achieving the Dream (ATD), the nation’s most comprehensive, non-governmental reform network for student success in higher education history. Chattanooga State joins an elite network of
Chattanooga State Community College is offering a new Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) Business Degree Express program with a Management concentration, designed with working adults in mind. A fast, convenient and affordable solution for busy adults looking to quickly move ahead in their career, this new program is workable with your schedule and lifestyle. The Business Degree Express program allows
By Jerry A. Wagner, charter class alum
As an Alum of Chattanooga State, I am very grateful because it allowed me to continue my education after high school. I started in Fall of 1965 taking six to nine quarter hours at night, majoring in chemical engineering, while working full time at Combustion
Have you filled out our new and simpler online Alumni Form to stay connected with our growing Chattanooga State alumni family? It takes just a minute, and we would love to keep you in the loop!
A new alumni leadership board is forming this summer and alumni activities are in the works for this fall. Ensure you get invited by completing the Alumni Form today!
Interested in learning more about our new Alumni Board, please contact fellow alum Julie Davis, 423-510-8263 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
by Floyd Eaves, retired founding faculty
I am grateful to Chattanooga State because it afforded me an opportunity to work at the college level and be a professor of students studying for a degree in higher education. This level of teaching and administration allowed me to make a difference for students preparing for their life’s work. It was a pleasure working with ALL of the presidents from 1966 to 1996 when I retired. Working at Chattanooga State gave me a chance to help grow Chattanooga State into the prestigious institution that it is today.
WDEF News 12’s May 28th “Point of View” show featured Chattanooga State’s Shannon Johnson, Director of our Michael P. Hennen Hospitality & Culinary Center:
Future filmmakers of Chattanooga take note: “This is the best program for aspiring filmmakers, hands down,” shares Chad Wilson, executive producer of film, ‘Hear Me.’ The ‘best program’ Chad refers to is the
by Jake Brown – Collegiate High/Chattanooga State alum
I am grateful to Chattanooga State for allowing me to work at such a fast pace. Collegiate High School allowed me to grow more academically and professionally than I ever thought possible.
The Chattanooga State Community College Veteran’s Support Center and the Theatre Department have partnered with The Telling Project, a national performing arts non-profit that employs theater to deepen the understanding of military and