- Earn college credit by passing an articulation exam after taking certain HS classes.
- College credits apply to ChattState only
- Grant funded
- Your home high school
TTPs are advising tools designed to help community college students plan for transferring to a Tennessee public university to complete their baccalaureate degree.
The Testing Center provides test administration and proctoring for Chattanooga State students, distance learners, placement testing,credentialing exams and serves as an official High School Equivalency Exam Testing site for this region.
The Business Testing Center provides testing administration and proctoring for professional testing and certification. Its purpose is to serve the business community for their testing needs.
In order for a Fee Waiver or Fee Discount form to be accepted for the current semester, all students, including Financial Aid students, must submit their Fee Waiver or Fee Discount forms prior to or within the first two weeks of classes, and no later than the published Census date(s). (The Census date(s) for each semester are listed on the Academic Calendar, the Bursar's Calendar, and as noted on the Fee Waiver and Fee Discount Deadline Dates.
This page lists ChattState's various community partnerships.
The "2+2" partnership between Chattanooga State and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in Construction Management prepares construction engineering technicians for promotion into supervisory/management roles where a bachelors degree is required or desirable for advancement.
The Office of International Community Outreach hosted Chattanooga's 14 annual Culture Fest Sunday at the First Tennessee Pavilion. More than 10,000 people attended the showcase of local international communities.
While the disability may explain inappropriate behavior by the student, it does not excuse the behavior; therefore, students with disabilities are subject to any appropriate and necessary disciplinary action, including suspension or expulsion.
Chattanooga State makes every reasonable effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. In keeping with this commitment, Personal Care Attendants (PCAs) may be necessary to address the personal needs of a student with a disability so he/she can participate in the College's activities, services, and programs.