UT again has been named one of the nation’s best undergraduate institutions, according to the Princeton Review’s “The Best 378 Colleges” list. The rankings noted that “attending UT is about pursuing excellence in all areas of your life and using the knowledge you gain to prepare you for your future.” The report also highlighted UT’s
Joan Markel, curator of the Civil War history exhibits at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture, will give a lecture about her new book Knoxville in the Civil War on Sunday, August 11. The book includes more than 200 photographs, maps, and ephemera exploring the people and sites of Knoxville during this troubled
Now that it’s up and running, all students and families should be referred to the new One Stop Express Student Services center for assistance with their enrollment, registration, financial aid, and payment services. One Stop aims to enhance service to students by managing these student service transactions from one convenient and central location.
Chancellor Jimmy G. Cheek announced today that more than 32,500 alumni, friends, students, parents, faculty, staff, and corporate partners invested more than $92.4 million in the university in 2012-13 through philanthropic gifts, pledges, and future commitments. Of the $92.4 million total, $72 million was received in cash gifts, making cash gifts received up nearly $9