As a participant in federal Title IV financial aid programs, the Tennessee College of Applied Technology is required to make certain information available to students and the public. In fulfillment of that requirement, the following Consumer Information about the Tennessee College of Applied Technology, its Extension Campuses, and Instructional Service Centers is available for review in the Student Handbook, on the College website, or from the Student Services office, as indicated. Information is also available to current or prospective students and employees upon request. An outline of available information is distributed to all students each year in the Fall term.
The graduation rate for the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Covington for the 2019-2020 academic year was 61%; the placement rate was 80%; and, the licensure rate was 88%.
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. The State of Tennessee voter registration form: http://sos-tn-gov-files.s3.amazonaws.com/forms/ss-3010.pdf
|Institution Name: Tennessee College of Applied Technology Covington||Institution Type: College|
1600 Highway 51 South Covington, TN 38019
IPEDS ID: 219921
Percent of Undergraduate enrollment by gender
|(Enrollment data _2020-2021)|
|American Indian or Alaskan Native:||0%|
|Black or African American:||29%|
|Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander:||0%|
|Two or more races:||6%|
Program prices for full-time students
|Tuition & fees||5,344||$4236||$4143||$4038|
|Books and supplies||1,079||$2898||$2933||$3142|
|Room and board||6,424||$4741||$4642||$4543|
|Off-campus with family|
(Source: IPEDS College data 2018-2019)
National Center for Education Statistics
Institute of Education Sciences
Federal Pell Grant Recipients totaled --- as reported for the academic year 2018-2019.
Tennessee law requires all public higher education institutions to "conduct a biennial survey of the institution's students and employees to assess the campus climate with regard to diversity of thought and the respondents' comfort level in speaking freely on campus, regardless of political affiliation or ideology" (TCA 49-7-1905).
In accordance with Tennessee law, the Tennessee Board of Regents invited faculty, staff, and students at community colleges and the Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology to participate in a survey about experiences at their colleges.
All faculty, staff, and students were sent this survey, which asked about the diversity of thought and viewpoints on their college campus. Participation in this survey was completely voluntary.