Financial Aid Resources

Federal Student Aid FSA ID

The following link will take you to the Federal Student Aid FSA ID Web site. There you can set up your FSA ID. You will need an FSA ID to log into the FAFSA and other Federal Aid websites.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Use the link below to access a free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Federal Student Loan Information

You can learn about the types of student loans, interest rates, and complete ENTRANCE COUNSELING, EXIT COUNSELING, and a MASTER PROMISSORY NOTE.

Federal Student Aid Information

Use this link to access recent news, information, data, and policies relating to education in the U.S.

FAFSA Videos

View available videos from Federal Student Aid to learn about the financial aid process and how to fill out the FAFSA.

Education Lottery Scholarship Programs

A list of lottery scholarship programs in the State of Tennessee.

Get a Copy of Your Tax Return Information

Use this link to obtain a copy of your tax return information and search the IRS site for other important sources.

Homeless Student Liaison

In accordance with House Bill 1000/Senate Bill 763 (now Public Chapter 266), Chattanooga State Community College has designated a staff member to serve as a homeless student liaison to assist homeless students who are enrolled, or planning to enroll, in the institution. This liaison understands the provisions pertaining to financial aid eligibility of homeless students and is available to help connect those students with available resources.

Homeless Student Liaison:
Tammy McDonough in the Student Support Center, IMC124
Call 423-697-4483 or email: for an appointment

National Student Loan Data System

Follow the link to a central database for student aid that provides an integrated view of Title IV loans and grants, which allows recipients of Title IV Aid to access and inquire about their Title IV loans and/or grant data.You will be required to use your FSA ID to log in.

Tips on Paying for College

This link offers tips that help you understand all of your options when it comes to paying for college.

Funding Education Beyond High School

Information on College Preparation and Federal Student Aid Programs from the U.S. Department of Education.

Selective Service System

All males between the age of 18 and 25 are required to register for the selective service. You can do that at this link:

Fastweb Scholarships

Paying for school just got easier with this free scholarship information site.

Benefits and Cost of College Education 

Learn the benefits, steps to take, and how to manage the cost of a college education.

Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation

A link with options for residents of Tennessee looking for financial assistance for post-secondary education.