Cleveland State Community College President Dr. Bill Seymour welcomed the 2024 class for Tennessee Valley Early College Tuesday morning in CSCC’s auditorium.
TVEC is a program partnered between Cleveland State and local school systems designed to give students a head start on college while also earning a high school diploma.
Rising sophomore students from Bradley Central and Walker Valley high school participated in many activities on the campus to prepare them for the start of the program. Students worked in groups to discuss what they’re looking forward to accomplishing in the TVEC program and how it will help them reach their career goals.
Throughout the day, students got a chance to explore different majors and interests that Cleveland State offers while receiving their campus identification cards as they officially become Cougars.