Graduate and professional student enrollment has risen almost 10% as more students than ever are drawn to the university’s highly regarded academic programs.
Thanks in part to record retention, growth in the number of graduate and professional students, and student success initiatives, UT is preparing to welcome more than 36,000 students to campus this fall.
Eleven students at UT have been selected for 2023-24 Fulbright student awards. Seven students were named alternates.
Multiple graduate programs in business, engineering and nursing rank among the best in the nation.
UT is celebrating the critical contributions of graduate and professional students March 27-31 during its annual Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week.
The MS in Supply Chain Management Online program has been ranked 4th overall and 2nd among public universities by the U.S. News Best Online Graduate Business Programs. Among student veterans, the college is ranked 2nd overall and 1st among U.S. public universities.
By emphasizing strengths-based approaches for students, UT is seeing an increase in enrollment and record retention of first-year and second-year students.
The Haslam College of Business’s graduate supply chain programs are recognized as the top ranked programs in North America.
Veterinary medicine graduate Kate Stanford is improving the quality of life for working dogs through physical rehabilitation.
Fourteen UT students and recent graduates have been selected for Fulbright student awards. Three students were named alternates.
Social work master’s graduate Jonah Freed combined his interests in mental health and helping immigrants to make a lasting difference.
UT is hosting its annual Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week April 4–9, celebrating graduate students and highlighting their achievements.