• Open house

    Fall Open House

    If you are graduating from high school in 2018, or are considering attending college next year, you are invited to attend Pellissippi State Community College’s fall open house from 5:30-7:30 p.m., Nov. 8 in the Goins Administration Building College Center on the Hardin Valley Campus. Reserve your spot!

  • Alumnae exhibit

    Alumnae exhibit art at Pellissippi State

    Paintings from two Pellissippi State Community College alumnae, Lila Holdenried and Cynthia Tipton, will be on exhibit at the college’s Bagwell Center for Media and Art Gallery Oct. 9-27. Read more about this exhibit.

  • theatre production

    Stupid F#*%ing Bird

    In this irreverent, contemporary and funny remix of Anton Checkhov’s “The Seagull,” Aaron Posner stages a battle between young and old, past and present and the true meaning of life. Join us October 20-22 & 27-29 for "Stupid F#*%ing Bird" in the Clayton Performing Arts Center on the Hardin Valley Campus. Purchase your tickets.

  • FAFSA Frenzy

    Join us for FAFSA Frenzy!

    Students & parents are invited to join us in October for assistance with filling out the FAFSA. Be sure to bring your 2016 tax information to the session. Reserve your spot today!

  • Is your major correct?

    Pellissippi State is implementing a federal regulation called Course Program of Study. Under this regulation, federal financial aid (including loans) will only cover the costs of classes you take that are required for your declared major. 
    Check that your declared major is correct in myPellissippi before October 30!

  • Free tuition for adults

    Adults. Free tuition. Spring 2018.

    You might have heard that Tennessee is considering a last-dollar scholarship to adult students beginning fall 2018. At Pellissippi State, we feel you shouldn't have to wait for the opportunity to go to college.

  • Online class options

    Want to earn a degree entirely online?

    Pellissippi State makes it easy for you to earn your associate’s degree or certificate by offering online programs for full-time and part-time students. Check out the options!