- January 4 – Bookstore Charges Begin
- January 11 – First Deletion for Nonpayment
- January 13 – TCAT Semester Begins
- January 19 – Credit Semester Begins
- January 27 – Bookstore Charges End
- February 1 – Final Deletion for Nonpayment
- February 2 – 1st Spring Disbursement of Financial Aid Based on Reported Attendance
- February 18 – Disbursement for First-Time Loan Borrowers
- February 24 – 2nd Session Bookstore Charges Begin
- March 4 – 2nd Disbursement for Single Term Loan Borrowers
- March 10 – 2nd Session Deletion for Nonpayment
- March 15 – 2nd Session Begins
- March 17 – 2nd Session Bookstore Charges End
- March 28 – 2nd Session Final Deletion for Nonpayment
- May 3 – Bookstore Charges Begin
- May 5 – Deletion for Nonpayment
- May 10 – Classes Begin (Credit & TCAT)
- May 15 – TN Reconnect FAFSA Deadline for 2020-2021
- May 19 – Bookstore Charges End
- May 23 – Deletion for Nonpayment
- May 24 – Disbursement (1st Session)
- May 27 – Bookstore Charges Begin (2nd Session)
- June 1 – Classes Begin (2nd Session)
- June 3 – Bookstore Charges End (2nd Session)
- June 17 – Deletion for Nonpayment
- June 18 – Disbursement (2nd Session)
- June 22 – TCAT 2nd Session Classes Begin
- June 28 – Deletion for Nonpayment
- July 2 – Bookstore Charges Begin (3rd Session)
- July 6 – Classes Begin (3rd Session)
- July 10 – Bookstore Charges End (3rd Session)
- July 19 – Deletion for Nonpayment
- July 20 – Disbursement (3rd Session)
Attendance is required for disbursement!
*Students who do not meet priority deadline for documents must be prepared to pay their tuition/fees and receive financial aid as a reimbursement (if eligible).
**Students who do not complete the semester must pay back unearned federal aid (Grants and Loans).
1st Disbursement of Loan funds delayed a minimum of 30 days for FIRST-TIME FRESHMAN LOAN BORROWERS.
2nd Disbursement of Loan funds occur at the midpoint for TCAT STUDENTS.Be sure to periodically check your TigerWeb account and your Chattanooga State email for important updates concerning your financial aid.
Your eligibility for financial aid is based on your academic success: Successfully completing your classes is critical to avoid repayment of federal funds. Also, meeting the institutions Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standard is required. If you are thinking about withdrawing from all of your classes, you should seek guidance from a financial aid counselor first.
Location: Student Center, 1st floor, Information Desk