UT is launching a new leadership development and service program: the Volunteer Impact Academy, created through a partnership between UT’s Clay and Debbie Jones Center for Leadership and Service and Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is welcoming more than 30,000 students for its first hybrid fall semester. More than 7,100 new students are enrolled, including first-years, transfers, and those enrolled in Volunteer Bridge, a joint program with Pellissippi State Community College.
In an effort to make the application process for undergraduate admission easier for prospective students and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will make submitting standardized test scores (ACT/SAT) optional for the fall 2021 admissions cycle.
With the May 1 college admission deadline looming, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions is preparing to hold its second Declaration Day live broadcast.
From working at food banks in multiple states to sprucing up neighborhoods in Philadelphia and Atlanta to working at a summer program for kids in rural Tennessee, students and alumni around the country are joining forces this summer to underscore UT’s volunteer tradition.
UT Admissions has declared Monday’s Declaration Day live broadcast—a first-of-its-kind event celebrating the May 1 college confirmation deadline—a huge success. The hour-long program celebrated the campus and students who are choosing to come to UT in the fall. “It’s our national signing day,” said Kari Alldredge, vice provost for enrollment management. “We wanted to take
Students and alumni will join forces on Friday to make deliveries for Random Acts of Flowers, which repurposes flowers left over from other events to provide bouquets to individuals in health care facilities.
Students and alumni will join together this summer to make a difference in communities across the country.