by Linda Murray Bullard –alum, writer, speaker, entrepreneur
I am grateful to Chattanooga State because it is the place where I started my road to success. I waited until after my sons were older to finish my Associate’s degree. Chattanooga State allowed me to do it when I was ready. I turned 50 years old the same year I graduated. Continue reading 50 Faces of Gratitude: Linda Bullard
by Barbara Morgan, retiree (secretary to the College presidents for 44 years!)
Chattanooga State was like a second family to me during my two years as a student and forty-four years as an employee. While a student, faculty and fellow students became friends and supporters and we received an education and graduated with degrees that gave us careers. During my years as an employee, I got married; had children; had grandchildren; and lost parents. My fellow employees were there with friendship and support for these life events as well as for day-to-day work responsibilities. Chattanooga State was a great place to be a student and employee and still is with all the caring faculty and staff that are there to support and assist all along the way. Miss my Chattanooga State family.
by Giselle Palmer, class of 2003
I’m grateful for Chattanooga State!
When I walked on campus for my first class, I was filled with excitement and a bit apprehensive. At 22, I was older than most freshmen. I had never attended a public school and had been homeschooled for most of my education. Chattanooga State represented opportunities I wouldn’t fully understand until Continue reading 50 Faces of Gratitude: Giselle Palmer
To help celebrate Chinese New Year, we are pleased to announce that a Chinese Writing Exhibit is currently on display in the Augusta Kolwyck Library at Chattanooga State Community College through the end of the month.
Please save the date for an open house event to be held on Sunday, Feb. 28 from 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. During the open house, information and representatives will Continue reading Chinese Writing Exhibit at ChattState
“Faith & Doubt: Science and Religion in the Search for Truth,” a documentary film by David Wollert, an associate professor of biology, will be presented for viewing in the Humanities Theatre on Wednesday, February 17 at 7:00 p.m. and again on Thursday, February 18 at 11:00 a.m. The film is free and open to the Continue reading Faith & Doubt Film Screening Feb. 17 & 18
by Gary Ainscough, Class President of first graduating class, 1967
I am grateful to Chattanooga State because…
- It personally launched my professional career
- The relationship with the institution is long lasting
- It has equipped and continues to equip students for valuable job markets
- It competes on “leading-edge technology”
by Lela Clements, Radiation Therapy student
I am grateful to Chattanooga State for accepting me into the Radiation Therapy program. What seemed like such an intangible dream last year is now a reality. My husband pushed me to pursue my dream of Radiation Therapy after X-Ray school. It meant moving two states away and taking a huge risk, but after we and our two kids moved here and school started, I couldn’t imagine doing anything else. Thanks again, Chattanooga State!
by Dwight Hunter, Chattanooga State Library
I am grateful to Chattanooga State for August 17, 1992 – my first day of work at Chattanooga State. After many months of filling out forms, sending out resumes, going to interviews, I found my place here — at Chatt State.
Will you help us spread the word? It is time for students to apply for scholarships at Chattanooga State for fall 2016. Continue reading Time to Apply for Scholarships at Chattanooga State
We hope you enjoy our 2015 Digital Card from the College Advancement & Public Relations Division at Chattanooga State: