A movie night, resource fair, painting the Rock and a celebration with the Lady Vols basketball team are just some of the events taking place during the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s fifth annual First-Generation Student Celebration Week.
Thomas Cruise, assistant director of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Veterans Success Center, has been named a 2022 Veteran Champion of the Year in higher education by G.I. Jobs magazine. The annual award pays tribute to those who have gone above and beyond in supporting student veterans across America’s college campuses. Cruise, an Air Force
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Campus Advisory Board met Friday to discuss record enrollment, updates on the Veterans Success Center, and initiatives in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences.
The Veteran Impact Program will help student veterans transition from the military to UT.
In her presentation, Williams described building a campus where students have the resources and community support they need to succeed, and how these strategies are paying off at UT with record graduation and retention rates.
Rachel Stewart is a recipient the most prestigious award given to undergraduates pursuing a career in public service leadership.
Two UT students have been named 2022 Goldwater Scholars.
Helping UT students thrive starts with understanding and celebrating their strengths.
The Promising Practice Accelerator grant from the American Talent Initiative will help support student success initiatives.
UT will host a full schedule of activities to honor veterans all week. The events have been organized by the Veterans Success Center and the Division of Student Success.
UT’s Veterans Success Center supports more than 1,200 student veterans and service members.
UT improved in key rankings metrics such as graduation and retention, faculty resources, and student excellence. Chancellor Donde Plowman said the university is well-positioned to continue such a positive trajectory.