UT celebrated 554 first-generation graduates in a recent special ceremony honoring their unique experience.
For alumna and US Army veteran Rachel Danneker, being a Vol for Life extends to her life outside Tennessee.
UT LEAD connects students and alumni at networking event.
“Navigating Civil Discourse,” featured former Tennessee governors Phil Bredesen and Bill Haslam.
The Office of the Provost and Division of Student Success are taking action to utilize a strengths-mindset approach and incorporate positive psychology into the undergraduate experience.
UT has been designated a Military Friendly Gold School, the standard that measures an organization’s commitment and success in creating meaningful opportunity for the military community.
UT’s Division of Student Success reflects on one year of serving students and helping them reach their goals.
UT will open the spring semester with Big Orange Welcome, featuring six weeks of programming and over 300 different events to welcome students back from winter break.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, announced the selection of senior music major Elise “Josie” Campbell as a 2021 Marshall Scholar, a prestigious designation awarded to no more than 50 US students each year to pursue graduate studies in the United Kingdom.
UT celebrated first-generation students, faculty, and staff last week, November 9-13 as part of First-Generation Celebration Week. Take a look back at a photo gallery from the week.
Last week, UT celebrated its first Vol Success Week, with highlights including four signature events featuring UT’s provost and executive leadership team, two internationally recognized speakers, and a student success celebration.
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, students are midway through the fall semester, and October 5–9 is the inaugural Vol Success Week.