Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

What is CougarNet?

CougarNet is Cleveland State’s internal website to online student services including: class registration, fee payments, grades, class schedules, email and much more. CougarNet is available 24/7 and is the gateway to all the things you will need to be successful at Cleveland State.

When should I pay for my classes?

Tuition and fees must be paid in full by the published deadline. Tuition due dates can be found here. These dates are applicable whether paying by cash, credit card, third parties, VA and all forms of financial aid. After this date, you will be removed from your classes for non-payment.

Will my classes from other colleges transfer to Cleveland State?

Once you have applied to the college and your admissions file is complete, an official transfer evaluation will be done. Credit is contingent upon course equivalence, content and grades. You can view your awarded transfer credit by logging into your CougarNet account and clicking on “Unofficial Transcript.”

Will my courses transfer from Cleveland State to other colleges?

As an accredited institution of the State College and University System of Tennessee, governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR), the undergraduate curriculum at Cleveland State is designed to consider the institutions to which students tranfer. However, students should always consult the catalog of the institution to which they plan to transfer.

How do I request my Cleveland State transcript or enrollment verification?

You may request a transcript by mail at Cleveland State Community College, P.O. Box 3570, Cleveland, TN 37320-3570 or email your request to the Records office at transcripts@clevelandstatecc.edu. Include your name, social security number, date of birth, signature and where you would like your transcript sent. There is no charge. It will take approximately three days to process your request. You can also request your transcript by completing this Transcript Request form.

Can I take a class without receiving credit?

Yes. Students wishing to audit a class may do so on a space available basis. An application for admission is required and fees are the same as for a credit class. Students may also change from credit to audit by the published deadline.