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Student Services Office Hours

Student Services Office
1100 Liberty Street
Knoxville TN, 37919
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 8 am - 6 pm        Friday - 8 am - 5 pm

Please call 865-546-5567 or email to schedule an appointment

Educational Counseling

The staff assists applicants in selecting an area of training based upon his/her abilities, interest, and goals.

Personal Counseling

The staff will provide individual counseling services to students who are experiencing personal, academic, attitude, or financial problems. The staff may recommend outside agencies specially trained to assist students in specific personal problems. All matters will be treated individually and on a confidential basis.

Career Counseling

Career guidance is the primary service offered to students by the Student Services Office to assist each applicant who desires or expresses an interest in pursuing a course of study in this College. Student Services personnel will assist the applicant in choosing a training program through an evaluation of the applicant's work experience, interests, test scores, and previous education.

Student Services personnel are responsible for guidance to those currently enrolled students who may decide to change their original career choice. In addition, the student may make personal problems or conflicts known to a member of the Student Services Office who will endeavor to help the student with alternatives to successfully solve or adjust to the problem. If appropriate or necessary, the student will be referred to an agency that has been established to meet specific needs of the individual. By providing career assessment, academic, and personal counseling, the Student Services Office functions for the benefit of helping applicants, students, and graduates to develop their employment potential and reach their intended career goals. Students need not have an appointment or schedule a specific time in advance, but in some cases, it is advisable. Instructors will cooperate with the students in allowing and encouraging the use of the Student Services Department.

Job Placement

Tennessee College of Applied Technology is dedicated to our graduates finding employment upon completion of training. The department maintains very close contact with industry and the state employment security office and can place a large percentage of students in employment upon completion of training. The placement of graduates is a primary concern of each instructor and College personnel. Also, the student must fully participate in the job-seeking process. Transcripts are available to the student or to agencies upon request. A transcript request form can be completed in the Student Services Department. Placement rates are continually evaluated and reported to our accrediting agency and the Tennessee Board of Regents. Placement rates are evaluated and utilized to monitor the effectiveness and continuation of all programs.


An effort is made to keep in touch with graduates after entering employment to determine their success and to make the training more relevant to the needs of new students and industries. All graduates are requested to keep the school informed as to their employment and any changes in employment. Surveys and student follow-up studies are made to determine if changes need to be made in meeting these needs. Employers, College personnel, and others are involved in follow-up efforts to assess and/or improve program curriculums and serving the needs of each student. It is very important for students, faculty, and staff to recognize the importance of all responses to follow-up surveys as a means of evaluating, improving, and funding the program offerings at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology. Graduates are normally considered for "entry-level" employment in their respective occupations. 

Limited English Proficiency

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology follows TBR policy in admission and delivery of services to those students with Limited English Proficiency (LEP). The Tennessee College of Applied Technology makes use of a language identification card to determine the language of LEP individuals who present themselves at a campus location seeking information. The institution is a subscriber to the state of Tennessee-contracted Linguistic International for outside interpreter service.

For a complete list of offerings at that the Tennessee College of Applied Technology please contact the Student Service Coordinator.

Disability Services

Tennessee College of Applied Technology – Knoxville is committed to providing program access and accommodations for all academically qualified students with disabilities. This commitment is consistent with the College’s obligation under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). Qualified students are defined as individuals who, with or without reasonable modifications and accommodations, meets the essential eligibility requirements for the program services and activities offered by the College. A disability is defined as a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of the major life activities. In order to obtain reasonable accommodations in relation to a qualifying disability, a student should contact the Student Services department prior to enrollment, or as the need arises, and provide current documentation of the disability. Documentation is defined as a written summary from a professional who is licensed to practice in the field appropriate for diagnosing and/or treating the disability in question. Tennessee College of Applied Technology – Knoxville will engage in an interactive process with the student to determine appropriate and reasonable accommodation(s) in relation to the documented disability and program requirements. A request form for disability assistance is available by contacting the Student Services department. The form along with medical documentation of the qualifying disability, must be submitted to initiate the interactive process. 

Please see the Student Handbook for more information:

Contact Information:
Yolanda Williams:
Jennifer Cozart: 

Student Services Office
1100 Liberty Street
Knoxville TN, 37919

Transcript Request Form

Transcripts are issued free of charge upon written request signed by the student. Transcripts will be processed in 5-10 working days. Please note: Any records dated prior to 1999 are archived and could take longer to process. Transcripts will not be issued until all debts or obligations to the institution have been satisfied. Photo identification is required to pick up transcripts. 

Update Your Record

To change your name, address, or contact information, please complete and submit the form below, or download and mail the Change of Contact Information Form to the address listed below. 

Record Update Form

Parking Tag Registration

For full time students currently enrolled at the main campus in Knoxville in day classes. Please complete the form below. Your will receive you tag during your first week of class.


Map of Building A 1100 Liberty Street

Map of Building B 1100 Liberty Street

Map of Building C 901 Liberty Street

Map of Pellissippi State Strawberry Plains Campus {HVAC with Dan Gamble and Industrial Maintenance/Mechatronics with Dirk Hale}

Blount Memorial Hospital

Contact Our Office

To submit your materials by mail or to speak to a staff member, please use the following contact information:

Student Services Office
1100 Liberty Street
Knoxville TN, 37919

Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 8 am - 6 pm        Friday - 8 am - 5 pm