The Tennessee College of Applied Technology campus at Morristown’s renovation focused on accessibility and modernization. Lack of parking often made it difficult for students to access campus. Additional parking and campus entry will keep students from having to park off-campus and will help avoid traffic congestion during peak travel hours. A ramp and elevator is to be added to a vocational lab and classroom building so that the renovated classrooms located upstairs will be more easily accessible to students. The renovation also included updated finishes, the modernization of several classrooms and a multipurpose/presentation space.