The Tennessee General Assembly has passed the Omnibus COVID Bill (HB9077/SB9014), which goes into effect on November 13, or upon the Governor’s signature, whichever comes sooner.
In order to comply with the Omnibus Bill, Chattanooga State will lift its mask requirement as of Saturday, November 13. As of this date, no one is required to wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status; however, anyone who wishes to wear a mask may do so.
There is a box of disposable masks in every division office as well as lobbies campus wide.
If you cannot find a box, contact your professor.
Please take only 1 mask at a time.
Yes. The following options will be available during the fall semester:
- The library will be open and computers will be available for homework and online/virtual class attendance. Click here for more information, updates, and hours.
- Engineering and IT students will have access to Rooms 215 and 216 in the Wacker Institute on a first come, first served basis.
- TCAT students will have access to TCAT 60 and TCAT 38 computer labs. Please note, these labs may be closed for testing purposes a few times per week. You should confirm hours of operation with your TCAT instructors.
- Additional space may be made available as the need arises.
For virtual classes, at your scheduled class date and time, log-in to eLearn to join your class. The eLearn portal will be open prior to the first day of classes to allow time for you to familiarize yourself with the log-in process. Additional information about eLearn, as well as TN eCampus, can be found here.
Yes. Complete the Technology Request form available here. A limited number of devices are available for check out. Devices will be assigned on a first request, first served basis. A valid Chattanooga State student ID is required to request a device. This is a loaned device and must be returned at the end of the semester.