Be a Part of Our Student Community
The engaged and diverse student body at Chattanooga State Community College offers more than 40 clubs and organizations that provide you the opportunity to build connections, network within the campus community, plan activities, and gain practical experience that complements your academic program. Extracurricular activities help build leadership and organizational skills outside the classroom and build long-lasting friendships. You too, can take advantage of all the non-academic opportunities available at Chattanooga State and find your own creative ways to contribute to the community.
The Student Life Office (located in HPF-180) houses many different organizations that share the common goal of bringing excitement to the campus community. These student-led groups have become the driving force for a bustling student activity program. Groups include the award-winning student newspaper, The Communicator, and dozens of other services, social, and academic-themed clubs.
Have a question about the policies and procedures at Chattanooga State? The Student Handbook is designed to serve as a roadmap to guide you as a student while you live and grow in this community. It outlines the rights and responsibilities of each student while promoting a civil and safe environment for learning.
Chattanooga State offers a wide variety of resources to help you complete your degree or certification. Whether you’re looking for career advice, personal counseling, treatment for physical or mental health issues, or financial assistance, we have programs to help.
The Office of Student Conduct supports the mission of the college by promoting student growth and development in all aspects of college life, in the classroom, on the campus, and in the many opportunities for involvement and learning experiences outside the classroom. It strives to promote a safe campus environment that is free from unnecessary disruptions and supports conducive to learning.
It is important to understand the expectations the college has of you and to know that you’re accountable for violations of the student code of conduct. Violations of the code are handled with a student-development approach. We understand that students make mistakes, and we strive to be impartial and respectful in the disciplinary process. It is important to the process that the sanctions be fair, educational, and relative to the charge.