Along with academics, it's about making lasting friends, learning Big Orange traditions you’ll treasure, discovering your potential for big ideas, and gaining the knowledge and experience to transform those thoughts into actions.
Our campus offers more than 400 active clubs including sororities and fraternities, professional societies, sports, international interests, academics, service, and government.
You can combine your creativity and your classes by writing for the Daily Beacon, showing off your skills on the UT Dance team, running a camera or writing scripts for our student TV station, UTTV, or getting cast in a show with acclaimed alumni at the Clarence Brown Theatre, just to name a few ways.
UT's wide range of residence halls gives you convenient, well outfitted, safe options for living on campus and becoming part of a community.
When you're hungry, choose from healthy, made-to-order dishes at our food courts, or dine at one of our national brand restaurants, including Subway, Starbucks, Einstein Bagels, and Smoothie King. Our Mug Project and reusable to-go boxes aim to eliminate single-use cups and containers from our dining facilities. All food waste is composted and reused for campus landscaping.
The POWER Challenge is a month-long competition that pits UT residence halls against each other in a battle to see which hall is the greenest. And our student bike rental programs make forsaking your car a great option for commuting between classes.
UT students are known for their Volunteer spirit. The Center for Leadership and Service offers a true Vol experience through alternative break trips and other ongoing service opportunities. Along with a host of outreach programs, there are volunteer opportunities with UT Recycling and Waste Reduction, the Student Success Center, and VolsTeach.
Our state-of-the-art student rec center will get your endorphins going with Olympic-sized indoor and outdoor pools, aerobic, spin, and yoga classes, game courts, personal training, and a wide selection of free weights and exercise machines. The student health center tends to your body and mind.
UT regularly brings renowned guests to campus. Our visitors have included Dolly Parton, Al Gore, financial guru Dave Ramsey, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist John Noble Wilford.
We also play a little Tennessee football…and basketball, softball, and baseball, along with thirteen other sports.
When you step off campus into Knoxville, you’re entering an urban, but cozy, city with diverse music, eclectic foods, boutique shopping, and entertainment. Farmers’ markets sell the freshest local food. Downtown galleries exhibit art by world-famous artists including UT’s talented visionaries. And the Ice Bears draw crowds of hockey fans.
Disorder and Quasiparticle Interference in High-Tc Superconductors
Stop by our table in Hodges from 12-2 pm to make Valentines for a special friend!
We'll have supplies, give aways, and even fruit you can tattoo cool messages with cool messages!
Voterpallooza will be an opportunity on February 10, 2016 between 6pm-8pm for students and members of the community to receive information about candidates and voter issues in a fun and informal...
A speaking engagement with Lawrence Ross, author of Blackballed: The Black and White Politics of Race on America's Campuses. The event will be held February...
Speaker: Dr. Alycia Stigall, Ohio University
Title: "Anatomy of an Ordovician Invasion: Invasive Species, Biodiversity Loss and Speciation"
The Black Cultural Programming Committee (BCPC) is a student organization that develops programs and activities to enhance awareness of African-American culture and national issues on campus...
You are cordially invited to attend the University Women's Club monthly speaker/luncheon held
Friday, February 12, 2016, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at the UT Visitor's Center.
Monty, McClung Museum's resident dinosaur, will "host" the celebration of Charles Darwin's birthday on Friday, Feb. 12 from 4-6 p.m. Students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to...
Faculty and guest artist recital; the 7th and final installment of the Brahms series.
The East Tennessee Society of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) and the McClung Museum present Charles Finney of ORNL lecturing on "Cave of Remembered Dreams: Recording Cultural Resources...
Guest artist recital
A panel discussion on affirmative action sponsored by the American Constitution Society and Black Law Student Association at noon Thursday, February 18, in the College of Law Room 135.
Speaker - Dr. Mariek Schmidt, Brock University
Title - "Synergistic Research: Terrestrial Field and Planetary Rover Studies to Unravel the Igneous and Alteration Histories of Volcanic Terrains...
The CCI Experience Diversity Banquet is an annual event hosted by the Diversity Student Leaders Society. The purpose of the banquet is to provide an inspirational diversity experience for students,...
Billboard #1 artist Dr. Josh Wright has delighted audiences across the United States and in Europe. The Washington Post described him as a pianist possessing "rarer gifts – touch, intelligence...
Daniel O'Quinn, professor in the School of English and Theatre Studies at the University of Guelph, will present "Shylocks: Anti-Semitism, Pugilism and the Repertoire of Theatrical Violence." ...
The Fern and Manfred Steinfeld Program in Judaic Studies presents the Karen and Pace Robinson Lecture on Modern Israel.
Michael Brenner, PhD, of American University, Washington D.C. and Ludwig-Maximilians...
Faculty and guest artist recital; New music for saxophone and piano
UT’s bike shop and bike rental program are open to all current students, faculty, and staff.
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