Cleveland State Plans Cougar Days

Monday, April 5, 2021

In an effort to get students to register early for the fall semester, the Recruiting Department at Cleveland State Community College has been busy scheduling Cougar Days with local high schools. 

“Cougar Days enrollment events help prospective students meet with us to discuss enrollment options and schedule planning for next fall,” said Cate Green, director of Admissions, Recruitment, and High School Programs. “We are so excited to connect with our applicants and help them plan for their futures.”

All 11 high school schools in the college’s five-county service area will be participating in the upcoming enrollment events designed for traditional students. Each high school will have a designated “Cougar Day” in which students will be able to meet their success coaches, complete advisement and register for the fall semester. The Cougar Days schedule is as follows: 

Monday, April 5 McMinn County High School
Tuesday, April 6 Sweetwater High School
Friday, April 9 McMinn Central High School
Thursday, April 15 Sequoyah High School
Friday, April 16 Polk County High School
Friday, April 16 Copper Basin High School 
Wednesday, April 21 Cleveland High School
Friday, April 23 Bradley Central High School
Wednesday, April 28 Walker Valley High School
Friday, April 30 Meigs County High School
Friday, April 30 Tellico Plains High School 

Any student interested in attending Cleveland State Community College can attend a Cougar Day.

To register for a Cougar Day or for more information, contact your high school guidance counselor or email clscc_info@clevelandstatecc.edu. For more information on CSCC, visit the website at www.clevelandstatecc.edu. If interested in applying, visit mycs.cc/applynow. Students are currently enrolled online and on-campus through the CSCC main campus in Cleveland, as well as CSCC’s Athens Center in Athens, Tn. and Monroe County Center in Vonore, Tn. 



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