Chattanooga State Announces No Tuition Or Fee Increase This Fall

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Chattanooga State Community College received notification from the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) that there will be no tuition or fee increases for both in-state and out-of-state students during the 2020-2021 year. Officials said, "This is encouraging news for students and makes it a great time to be a college student in Tennessee."

Qualifying students can attend Chattanooga State tuition-free using Tennessee Promise or Tennessee Reconnect. Additionally, students can reduce college costs through other forms of financial aid or scholarships.

To learn more about financial aid at Chattanooga State, visit chattanoogastate.edu/financial/financial-aid/Chattanooga State’s Office of Financial Aid also has several donor-funded scholarships available and is still accepting scholarship applications for the following programs:

  • Art Studio
  • Civil Engineering Technology
  • Computer Information Technology
  • Dental Assisting
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Health Information Management
  • Health Science
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
  • Industrial Maintenance Technician
  • Information Systems
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Media Technology
  • Music
  • Non-Destructive Testing Technology
  • Nuclear Medicine Technology
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Physical Therapist Assistant
  • Quality Assurance/Quality Control Technology
  • Radiation Protection
  • Radiologic Technology
  • Theatre Arts
  • TTP-Accounting
  • Veterinary Technician
  • Welding Technology

With only nine weeks remaining before fall classes start on Aug. 24, now is the ideal time to register to get the best selection of classes. Registration personnel are here to assist you and help simplify the process by offering in-person, on-campus appointments, as well as live chat, virtual sessions. Visit chattanoogastate.edu/admissions and select either Virtual Office/Live Chat or Attend an Info Session, or call 423 697-2456.

For more information, visit chattanoogastate.edu.



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