Chattanooga State Community College has established academic partnerships with both public and private educational institutions. These academic partnerships include advanced course work in teacher education, business and psychology.
Chattanooga State has entered a partnership with Bryan College, which provides an opportunity to complete a bachelor's degree at Chattanooga State's campus or online. Bryan College's School of Adult & Graduate studies offers, accelerated Bachelor's degree programs in Business and Psychology.
Lincoln Memorial University (LMU) and Chattanooga State Community College are excited to announce the initial offering of the Educational Specialist Degree (Ed.S) program on the Chattanooga State Community College campus. The Ed.S. program will offer degrees in Instructional Leadership (IL) and Curriculum and Instruction (CI) to provide quality learning opportunities for educators seeking to increase their leadership and instructional skills...
https://www.tntech.edu/education/2plus2/The Center for Education and Human Services, Chattanooga State's East Campus, presents students with the opportunity to earn both the Associate of Science in Teaching (AST) degree with a K-6 emphasis and the baccalaureate degree in elementary education at its campus.
Western Governor's University is a private, not-for profit institution offering online education to adult students seeking to complete Bachelor's degrees in four major areas: Teacher Preparation, Business, Information Technology, and Nursing.
"Academic Fresh Start" is a plan of academic forgiveness provided for undergraduate students who have demonstrated academic responsibility following their return...
Chattanooga State offers programs of study that transfer to colleges and universities throughout the country. Chattanooga State has articulation agreements with select public and private colleges in universities in the region...
Dual Admission Partnerships (DAP) are specialized transfer agreements that guarantee admission to a particular four-year institution. The advantage of these partnerships is that students have direct access to both Chattanooga State's and the senior institution's advising services throughout their tenure in the program.
Chattanooga State is conveniently located to serve students in Alabama and Georgia, and will even grant in-state tuition to residents of these bordering counties: Jackson County, Alabama; or Catoosa, Dade, Murray, Walker, Whitfield, or Fannin County, Georgia.
The Tigers are a member of the TCCAA Region VII conference. The program has been around since the late 1970's and has enjoyed success throughout many time periods.