The Accounting Club is designed for accounting technology majors, accounting transfer students, and anyone taking an accounting class. However, we welcome all students. Our concentration is on interaction with the professional accounting community through guest speakers, visits to accounting departments and firms, and involvement in professional accounting organizations. Please contact Bill Shifflett at 697-2540 for more information.
The Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) is a student run organization associated with Atlanta Professional AITP chapter. Any Chattanooga State student who is interested in information technology is welcome to join. AITP is a great way to enhance your college experience, meet other students with similar interests, and network with professionals working in information technology fields. It is essential for anyone in the information technology field to keep up with the latest trends and developments. AITP strives to help students become familiar with these trends and developments and prepare them to enter the exciting world of information technology. Please contact Cliff Goodlet at 697-3299 or Leigh McGregor 697-5586 for more information.
The Business Club goals are to prepare students for the real world challenges and allowing them to become better leaders through community involvement in teaching and offering services while being better informed in the environment of business. The objective of the organization is to better develop his/her talents by demonstrating leadership skills, effectively build community relationships, and build confidence in the lives of students. With this, students are provided resources and tools to enhance his/her problem solving skills, analytical skills, societal, and cultural awareness. Please contact Ed Southeard at 697-4754 for more information.
The Media Club is an organization for Chattanooga State Media Technology students and other students to be involved in campus activities through media. Our mission is to provide opportunities to learn about the media, to educate others through media, to help our campus and community utilize all forms of media (Television, Radio, Film, Internet, Print, and Social Media), and to have fun. Membership is open to any student of any major. We are involved in local film and television productions, the Broad Street Film Festival each Spring, and various projects throughout the year. Please contact Chris Willis at 697-3151 or Angela McClister 697-3381 for more information.
The Paralegal club promotes professionalism in its major. The club sponsors speaker events that include judges, local attorneys and members of the Tennessee Paralegal Association, Southeast Chapter. The Paralegal Club is the most active student organization with the campus SGA (Student Government Association). Please contact Paul Ray at 697-5587 or Cynthia Hammond at 697-5526 for more information.