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Consumer Information and Student Right to Know

The information provided below ensures compliance with the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) of 1965, as amended that requires institutions receiving Title IV financial aid to disclose certain information. Site updates are made each fall and throughout the year, as new information is available. An outline of available information is distributed to all students each year in the Fall term.  The institution annually distributes a notice to enrolled students that lists and briefly describes the consumer information it must make available to students.

General Institutional Information

Student Completion, Graduation, and Transfer-Out Rates

Financial Assistance Information

Health and Safety Information

Voter Registration & Constitution Day Information

  • Voter Registration
    • In accordance with the Higher Education Act Campus Voter Registration Section in 34 CFR Part 668.14, the Tennessee College of Applied Technology encourages all students to register to vote. Voter registration forms may be obtained in the Student Services Office. The State of Tennessee voter registration form is available at https://sos.tn.gov/products/elections/register-vote. 
  • Constitution Day
    • Constitution Day is observed every year on September 17 to commemorate the signing and adoption of the constitution of the United States of America by the Founding Fathers in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787.

Constitution Day is also known as Citizenship Day, which was the name of the holiday until 2004, as its purpose was to "recognize all who, by coming of age or by naturalization, have become citizens". Citizenship Day, in turn, was inspired by "I am an American Day", created in the 1940s to celebrate citizenship. The official name of the holiday is now "Constitution Day and Citizenship Day".

Celebrations are held on this day, and schools hold instruction sessions on the founding principles and the significance of the US constitution, and the constitutional rights contained in it. When the day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, schools and other institutions observe Constitution Day on a nearby weekday.

Gainful Employment Program Disclosures

  • The July 1, 2019 Federal Register Notice and June 28, 2019 Gainful Employment Electronic Announcement #122 rescinded the gainful employment program regulations under 34 CFR 668, Subpart Q and Subpart R, effective on July 1, 2020.

Athletic Program Participation, Student Athlete Completion, Graduation, and Transfer-Out Rates

  • The Tennessee College of Applied Technology does not offer athletic program participation or any athletic related student aid.