Answered By: Brad McCormick Last Updated: Jun 06, 2016 Views: 34
Answered By: Brad McCormick
Last Updated: Jun 06, 2016 Views: 34
An A-number is assigned to a student when the student does any of these things:
- completes a Chattanooga State application, or
- completes a FAFSA (financial aid) form and includes Chattanooga State's school code, or
- takes the national ACT/SAT test and requests that Chattanooga State receive the scores.
Any student who previously attended Chattanooga State also has an A-number. To find your A-number, use the A-number Lookup Tool.