More students are choosing to start their military careers at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, due to the strong reputation of its Army and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps 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.
The annual QS rankings places UT at 446, an improvement from last year.
The new academic units support Tennessee’s higher education goals.
Faculty, staff, and students were recognized for outstanding achievements during the Academic Honors Banquet and the Chancellor’s Honors Banquet.
Multiple graduate programs in business, engineering and nursing rank among the best in the nation.
Schmitz is UT’s nominee for SEC Professor of the Year.
“Listen. Learn. Lead.” Week encourages students, faculty, and staff to listen to different perspectives, learn from the experiences of others and work to become courageous leaders.
Trustees approve College of Music, Howard H. Baker Jr. School of Public Policy and Public Affairs, and College of Emerging and Collaborative Studies.
Faculty Appreciation Week is Feb. 27 through March 2. The annual celebration includes discounts and freebies as well as events to build community, celebrate diversity and share ideas.
UT surprised some new Vols with admissions offers on visits to Austin-East, Fulton and Central High Schools. Nine high school seniors were admitted to the university as members of the Class of 2027.
UT has been named a Fulbright U.S. Student Program Top Producing Institution for the fifth consecutive year.