821 West Louise Avenue
Morristown, TN 37813-2094
Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology are the premier suppliers of workforce development throughout the State of Tennessee.
TCAT-Morristown is one of 27 Colleges of Applied Technology located throughout Tennessee. TCAT-Morristown is governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents, a system which is comprised of six universities, 13 community colleges, and 27 Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology.
Training is provided for entry-level employment in business and industry.
Instructors are constantly updating the equipment and curriculum of their programs. Business and industries provide input to the school in order that course work parallels local industrial needs.
The Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology serve as the premier suppliers of workforce development throughout the state of Tennessee. The colleges fulfill their mission by:
- Providing competency-based training through superior quality, traditional and distance learning instruction methods that qualify completers for employment and job advancement;
- Contributing to the economic and community development of the communities served by training and retraining employed workers;
- Ensuring that programs and services are economical and accessible to all residents of Tennessee; and
- Building relationships of trust with community, business, and industry leaders to supply highly skilled workers in areas of need.
Established as a statewide system by an enactment of Legislature during the 1963 General Assembly, the Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology operate under the governance of the Tennessee Board Of Regents.
Each College is designed to serve both youth and adults in specified geographic areas. This is in fulfillment of the express intent of the General Assembly that ultimately there would be a college, or colleges, within a reasonable commuting distance for every citizen of Tennessee.
The Tennessee College of Applied Technology – Morristown remains committed to the education of a nonracially identifiable student body and promotes diversity and access without regard to race, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.