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Chattanooga State Technical Community College

Chattanooga State Technical Community College
Chattanooga State Technical Community College

Originally known as the Chattanooga State Technical Institute upon its founding in 1965, it opened as Tennessee’s first technical college and Southeast Tennessee’s first public institution of higher education. In 1967, Chattanooga State moved to its present location on Amnicola Highway. Chattanooga State Technical Institute’s goal was to prepare students with marketable technical skills that would bridge the gap between the engineer and the craftsman. The technical programs offered A.S. and A.E. degrees and certificate programs, while remaining flexible to students and industry needs. In 1973, the college was renamed and reorganized as Chattanooga State Technical Community College through the passage of Senate Bill 1010. Senate Bill 1010 assured the college would: provide comprehensive one and two-year occupational, college parallel, continuing education, and community service programs; provide quality technical and scientific occupational programs; serve as a regional technical school to train engineering technicians or technical workers in the fields of production, distribution, or service. Chattanooga State’s mission expanded to include vocational education on July 1, 1981, when the State Area Vocational-Technical School (AVTS) merged with the College. That merger was made permanent by the Tennessee legislature effective July 1, 1983. In 1996 the Tennessee Board of Regents renamed the AVTS to the Tennessee Technology Center in keeping with their updated role as technical/ adult education/vocational training centers in the state of Tennessee.

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The College on the River September 20, 1965 Public Dr. Jim Catanzaro 10,000 Chattanooga, Tenn., USA Urban, 150 acres (0.61 km2) 4 athletics teams fast-pitch softball, men’s baseball, men and women’s basketball Blue and Orange

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Chattanooga State Technical Community College (sometimes referred to as "Chatt State") is a comprehensive, regionally accredited, two year community college located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and is a member of the Tennessee Board of Regents. Chattanooga State offers a wide array of programs and degrees including: degree and certificate studies, university parallel transfer programs, continuing education, adult education, technological training, Hamilton County’s Middle College High School, Dual Enrollment and community service programs. Chattanooga State serves a six county service area of Southeast Tennessee and bordering counties of North Georgia and Alabama as an open-entry postsecondary institution offering over 50 majors of study toward an AA, AS, and AAS degree and many certificates.

Chattanooga State Technical Community College is governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) system, consisting of 18 Board Members. The Board sets Policies and Guidelines that govern all TBR institutions. The Standing Committees of the Board, and


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some Ad Hoc Committees, meet prior to each Board meeting and include faculty and student representatives. Within this framework, the President of Chattanooga State Technical Community College is the day-to-day administrator of the college. Chattanooga State Technical Community College has seven academic departments: • Business & Information Technologies • Engineering Technology • Humanities & Fine Arts • Tennessee Technology Center • Math & Sciences • Nursing & Allied Health • Social & Behavioral Sciences

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year programs with a total of 37 faculty and staff.

The Dayton Campus is located at 200 4th Avenue. Students at the Dayton Campus can take the General Education core for most majors as well as enroll in the Commercial Truck Driving or Welding program.

Sequatchie Valley
The Sequatchie Valley Campus is located at 26297 Hwy 127 in Dunlap. Students at the Sequatchie Valley Campus can take courses applicable toward an Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Arts, or Associate of Science degrees.

Chattanooga State offers classes and programs throughout its six county service area. There are six campuses offering classes: the main campus, Dayton , Sequatchie Valley, Kimball, the East Campus near Hamilton Place Mall, and the newest site at Eastgate Town Center. The college has an enrollment of approximately 10,000 full and part time students enrolled at its campuses and other locations.

The Kimball Campus is located at 426 Battle Creek Road. Students at the Kimball Campus can take courses applicable toward an Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Arts, or Associate of Science degrees. Students can also enroll in the certificate programs in Cosmetology and Air Conditioning and Refrigeration.

The East Campus is located at 7158 Lee Hwy, in Chattanooga. Students at the East Campus can take courses applicable toward an Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Arts, or Associate of Science degrees. Students can also enroll in career programs in: • Paralegal Studies • Realtime Reporting (including Judicial Court Reporting, Broadcast Captioning, and CART Reporting, speech-to-text translation for the hearing impaired) • Passage Program Business Management

Main campus
The main campus of Chattanooga State is located at 4501 Amnicola Highway, located less than 8 miles (13 km) from Downtown Chattanooga. The Tennessee Riverwalk connects the college to the Tennessee River and to Ross’s Landing. The main campus consists of 150 acres (0.61 km2) which includes ponds, flowing fountains, flower gardens, and trees. Canadian geese, ducks, hawks, and cranes have made a permanent home on the campus. Sculptures by artists-in-residence, faculty, and students are displayed throughout the campus and in the Outdoor Museum of Art. An Amphitheatre is located in the center of campus and is the hub of student life and entertainment. In addition, the Humanities Theatre provides cultural enrichment for the college community and the community at large. The main campus houses the Center for Distributed Education (CDE), which provides more than 1,500 students each year the opportunity to earn college credits without visiting campus. The main campus is also the location of the Tennessee Technology Center. The Tennessee Technology Center Division houses the college’s 21 one-

Eastgate Town Center
The Eastgate Town Center Campus is located at 5600 Brainerd Road in Chattanooga. Students at the Eastgate Town Center Campus can take courses leading to a A.A.S in Networking, a technical diploma in Cosmetology or certificates in Information Security, Information Systems Technology, Aesthetics, Manicurist, and Massage Therapy. Students needing additional preparation for college level courses can enroll in Transitional Studies classes at the Eastgate Town Center Campus.


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out by the NJCAA in 2007. The team finished ranked nationally with six players named to the All-Conference team.

Chattanooga State competes in NJCAA Division I fast-pitch softball, men’s baseball, men and women’s basketball. During the 2007 season all four head coaches received "Coach of the Year" conference honors.

Both the Chattanooga State men’s and women’s basketball teams finished first in the NJCAA Eastern Conference. Three men’s players received conference honors with one named Eastern Conference "Player of the Year." Four women’s players received AllTournament, All-Conference, and All-Division awards.

For fourteen straight years, Chattanooga State has won the Region VII softball championship. In addition, the team has been ranked #1 or #2 in the national rankings. The 2007 team featured the NJCAA All-American pitcher/ freshman "Player of the Year."

Chattanooga State’s baseball team was awarded the #1 spot on the first national poll put

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