Welcome to UT Knoxville for the 2010-11 academic year! There’s a lot to keep in mind at the start of the school year: where you’ll live, finding your classes, buying books. But one of the most exciting parts of arriving on campus – whether it’s your first time, or you’re a seasoned veteran – is
Move-in weekend is almost here. TN Today offers some helpful tips for getting moved in and getting around campus. Residence hall check-in begins Saturday at 8 a.m. for women and 1 p.m. for men. University staff will be on hand to assist students and families. Students moving in to the residence halls can utilize temporary
UT Knoxville’s Howard H. Baker Center for Public Policy will host a gubernatorial debate on Oct. 7 in partnership with WBIR-TV Channel 10. The debate will begin at 8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 7 in the Cox Auditorium of Alumni Memorial Hall.
The 4,200 freshmen who will begin classes at UT Knoxville on Aug. 17 once again comprise one of the most academically accomplished classes the university has ever welcomed.
UT Knoxville will reopen Phillip Fulmer Way in front of Neyland Stadium and the university’s bus transfer facility prior to the first home football game on Sept. 4. The road has been closed since November 2009 to accommodate the current phase of renovations to the stadium.