Apply Now for Vol State Spring Classes at CHEC

Apply Now for Vol State Spring Classes at CHEC


Registration is open for Volunteer State Community College spring semester classes at the Cookeville Higher Education Campus (CHEC). New and readmit students should apply now. Classes start January 17.


The college teaches Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) courses in Cookeville and for the first time is offering Advanced EMT classes at CHEC. There are two information sessions for students interested in Advanced EMT. They will be held on December 14 and 15, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., in room 306 CHEC. Students can come on either day and at either time. For more information call Roger Brown at 931-372-5551.


Vol State classes at CHEC are offered in a traditional classroom setting and online. The course focus is general education classes in a wide variety of subject areas, including history, political science, English and ESOL. The first step for new and readmit students is to apply to Vol State. That can be done online at Students will then receive a welcome package that will help them start the registration process. Students can visit the Vol State office in Cookeville if they have any questions along the way. For the complete fall class schedule visit The Cookeville Higher Education Campus is located at 1000 Neal Street. The Vol State office can be reached at 931-372-5540.


Picture:  Vol State students Chandler West of Cookeville and Tamera Webb of Sparta are taking classes on the CHEC campus.


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