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.
Two students from Central High School were surprised with their acceptance letters to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, on February 10. Ander Van Dyke and Laci Sheddan were welcomed into the Volunteer family by Chancellor Donde Plowman and others.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, surprised fraternal twin high school students on a campus tour February 8. Brendan Green and Meghan Green of Aurora, Colorado, visited campus and left with acceptance letters.
UT announced a new Global Ambassador Scholarship program for international students in an effort to broaden diversity and promote inclusivity across campus.
UT surprised new Vols on campus tours and at Fulton and Austin-East High School with early admission to the university.
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.