The new residential communities will be built through a public-private partnership and are expected to add approximately 1,900 beds to the university’s housing inventory when they open in fall 2025.
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.
New residence halls will be built along Andy Holt and Caledonia Avenues and adjacent to Lindsey Nelson Stadium.
On National Philanthropy Day, observed Nov. 3, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s University Housing department was honored with the Outstanding Youth in Philanthropy Award by the Great Smoky Mountain Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Chancellor Plowman joined Knoxville Mayor Indya Kincannon to thank city service crews.
Take a look back at some of UT’s favorite photos and special moments from the 2021 calendar year.
A dedication ceremony was held Friday, September 17, with members of the Geier and Robinson families.
Take a look at the first two weeks of the 2021-2022 academic year, filled with hundreds of events and traditions welcoming students to Rocky Top.
First-generation graduate Daijah Nabors found her calling in social work and hopes to invest in students like her in the future.
Two University of Tennessee, Knoxville, residence halls will be renamed in honor of Theotis Robinson and Rita Sanders Geier, African American trailblazers whose fight for equity and social justice transformed the university and the state’s higher education system.
As a member of the National Guard, new University of Tennessee, Knoxville, student Nicholas Gilchrist was called in suddenly to serve during the presidential inauguration in January.
Deanna Riley (’22), is a Haslam Scholar, which allows her to participate in service–learning opportunities at Pond Gap Elementary School.