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Due to continuing circumstances with the COVID-19 virus, the TCAT Crossville will be closed to the public until April 6th. Public does not mean students. Students that are needing to come to the campus to use the computers or internet can still come.Contact your instructor for times to come to the campus.

For any questions regarding admissions, financial aid, and records please call the school at 931-484-7502 or contact us through our website at: tcatcrossville.edu


A determination will be made before April 6th to determine if an extension is needed.


All current students will remain with online classes.


Cliff Wightman, President


As events continue to develop with the spread of Covid 19, I feel it is within the best interest of our students, staff, faculty and community to remain in our current status of closed campus/online learning until April 3rd 2020. All students will need to be in contact with their instructors as soon as possible for continued instructions. The campus staff will remain open for calls and information. We will also allow limited use of computer labs for students that do not have internet access. As stated, students will need to keep in contact with their instructors. I appreciate everyone’s patience on this issue.


Thank you,


Cliff Wightman




Students and community,


I am writing to you because we value the well-being of faculty, students, staff, and communities. As you are aware, the COVID-19 cases have transitioned many colleges to all online or closures. At this time, TCAT Crossville will continue classes on a regular schedule. Any updates will be shared with you. 


All college preview, open house, events, and live work are cancelled. No outside visitors are permitted on campus. Students are also encouraged to bring lunch as the campus break room is closed. This is in effect now through April 3, 2020. 


Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.



Cliff Wightman