Campus construction projects including new innovative teaching and learning spaces, a performing arts venue, new academic buildings and a student success building.
UT officially dedicated the Armed Forces Memorial honoring the sacrifice of students, faculty, and staff from all UT System campuses who died in the line of duty while in military service to the United States.
Plans include stadium renovations and new academic buildings and residence halls.
UT announces an effort to establish an Armed Forces Memorial on campus.
Completed projects include a new dining facility and engineering complex; others continue.
The work of improving the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s buildings and public spaces is paving the way for future growth while making campus safer and more attractive.
Facilities Services has applied an antimicrobial treatment that is effective for up to 90 days to surfaces in classrooms, instructional labs, libraries, and the Student Union.
New technology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will create flexible learning environments where many classes can be taught in person and online simultaneously and students can review course content on demand.
As plans progress toward safely bringing University of Tennessee, Knoxville students back to campus this fall, construction projects are moving ahead at full speed.
UT has committed to diverting half of its waste from landfills by 2030 as part of a larger goal of becoming a zero waste institution. This will be a significant increase in the diversion rate; the 2018 rate was 33 percent.
The fall semester may be over, but Facilities Services crews are just getting started on a variety of upgrades across campus to complete them while classes are not in session.
Along with improved walkways, lighting, and stronger Wi-Fi—through collaboration with UT’s Office of Information Technology—the use of plants has shaped Volunteer Boulevard into a pedestrian-friendly and welcoming corridor.