Forty-seven seniors from Austin-East, Central and Fulton high schools received surprise admissions offers.
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.
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.
Take a look back at some of UT’s favorite photos and special moments from 2022.
A new initiative to led by the writing center is one of many examples of UT’s commitment to expanding access to a college education to students at Austin-East and across Tennessee.
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 Volunteer Impact Academy equips participants with the skills to improve themselves, the campus, local communities, and the world beyond.
Eleven students from three Knoxville Flagship high schools surprised as the first members of the Class of 2026.
A new mural designed by UT alumnae showcases why it’s great to be a Tennessee Vol.
More than 1,800 Vols make up the Haslam College of Business’s incoming class.
UT’s total enrollment is on track to be the largest on record, topping 31,000 students, as new and returning Vols start the 2021 fall semester.
UT will continue the test optional pilot program started last year, which makes submitting ACT or SAT scores as part of the admissions process optional for prospective students.