A record 47,182 donors gave to UT Knoxville last year, which helped fund student scholarships, hire new faculty, make campus improvements, and support other enhancements to students’ educational experience.
Thanks to the generosity of many Volunteers, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has surpassed another campaign milestone with more than 100,000 unique donors giving to the Join the Journey campaign since 2012.
The UT School of Music has received a $3.14 million gift from entrepreneur and former Marine Eric W. Barton.
Dignitaries and alumni, including Tickle College of Engineering eponym John D. Tickle, were on hand Friday afternoon as UT broke ground for its new engineering facility.
Thanks to the generosity of more than 46,000 donors, UT Knoxville has achieved the best fundraising year ever.
Receiving the Memphis UT Knoxville Alumni Chapter Scholarship helped Michael Pham, a 2017 graduate of Christian Brothers High School, become a Volunteer.
UT Knoxville generated 4,993 donors and received more than $1.45 million on November 8 during its one-day Big Orange Give social-media-based giving campaign.
The honors program in UT’s Haslam College of Business has been named in honor of Greg and Lisa Smith, longtime supporters of the university.
For the past four years, UT has drawn more than 4,000 donors and $1 million during the Big Orange Give, a five-day social-media-based giving campaign that increases funds for student scholarships and support for colleges and programs on campus.
As part of the Join the Journey celebration, UT featured three stories of exceptional Vols, whose commitment to their endeavors illustrate the Volunteer Spirit.
Surrounded by students, faculty, staff, and alumni, Chancellor Beverly Davenport led the official launch of the university’s $1.1 billion Join the Journey campaign.
Be on the lookout for hundreds of mortarboards, chairs, hanging lights, giant blocks, and sports equipment throughout Rocky Top this week.