Answered By: Brad McCormick Last Updated: Feb 12, 2016 Views: 29
The local community knows Chattanooga State as the “College on the River.” The $50 million Tennessee River Park connects the College to the Tennessee River. The park extends eight miles to Ross’s Landing downtown, merging the campus with the city physically in the same way it is connected to the area economically, academically, and demographically.
Majestic trees, flower gardens, flowing fountains, and ponds give the 150-acre campus an air of tranquil beauty. It is also an eco-friendly environment where Canadian geese, ducks, hawks, cranes, and other forms of wildlife have a permanent home.
To schedule a campus tour, visit the Chattanooga State home page and click the "Campus Visit" button in the middle of the page.