Check here for important information concerning Financial Aid Students.
All Student must pay their fees. Financial aid students have the option of paying their fees using pending aid through the confirmation process.If your financial aid is adjusted for any reason after you pay your fees with pending aid, youmay be responsible for payment of any remaining balance.
Financial Aid recipients are strongly encouraged to read and understand the withdraw policy. It is important that you are aware of your financial responsibility, if your enrollment status changes. Students planning to withdrawal from all classes must contact the Financial Aid Office to see how the withdraw will affect their financial aid status, and whether repayment is due. Financial aid is paid to students based upon their attendance. However, there are occasions when unforeseen events occur in a student's life that can result in withdrawal from college. If this occurs, it is essential that you know the policy and follow the proper steps for withdrawal.
With Planned Giving, alumni and friends may leave a legacy to Chattanooga State through the Chattanooga State Foundation. To notify Chattanooga State of your planned gift, simply complete and return our Notification Form. A planned gift may be used to establish a named endowment fund.
Communicating the specifics about critical processes and services, which are integral to the Chattanooga State experience, helps students navigate their college career. In this section, students can access details about preparing for graduation, obtaining a student ID card and/or a parking permit, and requesting important documents such as an academic transcript or an enrollment verification letter.
Student ID All currently enrolled students are required to have a valid Chattanooga State student identification card, and it must be updated each semester...
Chattanooga State's mathematics department offers early college math courses to high schools through its Early College Hybrid Online (ECHO) program. An innovative team of college and high school math teachers was assembled to deliver ECHO online courses in a blended learning format.