Answered By: Brad McCormick Last Updated: Sep 24, 2018 Views: 42
An A-number is assigned to a student when the student does any of these things:
- submits 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.
The TigerID is a username for accessing most of our campus systems. It is automatically created as soon as
- Chattanooga State is notified that a student has submitted a FAFSA with our school code, or
- the student's application checklist is totally complete and the student is officially admitted.
To see your TigerID or set up your TigerID password, use the TigerID Wizard on the TigerWeb login page. If you get an error message saying your A-number cannot be found, please use the Admission Status Check form to see if any items are missing from your admissions checklist.