The 7th floor of Clement Hall will reopen to students at 6 p.m. Wednesday, December 5. All other Clement Hall residents were able to return to their rooms Sunday evening.
Six years in the making, the Student Union is the largest project in the history of the university.
The Student Union is nearing completion, with the second phase of the building opening to the campus community Wednesday, January 2.
Six years in the making, the Student Union is the largest project in the history of the university. The building will be complete when the second phase opens to the campus community Wednesday, January 2, 2019.
The Center for Leadership and Service began tracking service hours six years ago, and this fall, students passed the 500,000-hour mark.
UT has partnered with the JED Foundation, a nationwide nonprofit organization that promotes mental well-being and suicide prevention in teens and young adults.
The VOL Wall, featuring 6,000 square feet of climbing space, is one of the biggest climbing gyms in the Southeastern Conference.
UT is home to more than 500 clubs and organizations that get students involved on campus, and this fall a unique opportunity for students is firing up with the new Blacksmithing Club.
Celebrating its 25th year, UT’s Center for Leadership and Service is preparing to send nine teams on fall break trips to work in communities around the region on projects involving education, public health, and wealth inequality.
SGA to promote the widespread use of open educational resources—free online learning materials—to reduce the financial strain of purchasing textbooks.
SGA is promoting health and hydration on hot game days by providing free water for students in their new campaign, Water in Neyland.
A first-year student veteran is working with UT’s RecSports Outdoor Program to plan outdoor adventures for veterans to help ease their transition from military life to university life.