- Search for the name of the department or building, not the phrase
- Example: If you are looking for the Department of Chemistry, search the term Chemistry.
- Example: If you are looking for the Philander P. Claxton Education Building, search the term Claxton.
- If you're looking for parking, first find the building you want to park next to. Then, click on the parking layer that applies to you (student, faculty, staff, commuter, visitor, etc.)
- Dark green routes indicated dedicated bicycle routes.
- Light green routes indicate streets with dedicated "bike lanes."
- Dashed routes indicate streets or paths otherwise recommended for bicycle usage.
- Green means that traffic conditions are good
- Yellow means traffic conditions are fair
- Red or red/black means poor traffic conditions
- Grey means there is no data currently available
Campaign for Tennessee
April 20, 2012 is Campaign for Tennessee T.A.G. (Thank a Giver) Day
As we celebrate the successful conclusion of the Campaign for Tennessee see how your support and thousands of other gifts have impacted our students, faculty, and programs.
The entire UT family thanks you for your Big Orange spirit and enthusiastic support of our Big Ideas.
Campus Buildings Impacted by the Campaign for Tennessee
- Aconda Court
- Allan B. Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center
- Alumni Memorial Building
- Art and Architecture Building
- Austin Peay Building
- Ayres Hall
- Black Cultural Center
- Brehm Animal Science
- Brenda Lawson Athletic Center
- Burchfiel Geography Building
- Carolyn P Brown University Center
- Clarence Brown Theatre
- College of Nursing
- Communications and University Extension Building
- Dabney-Buehler Hall
- Dougherty Engineering Building
- Dunford Hall
- Earth and Planetary Sciences Building
- Ellington Plant Sciences Building
- Ferris Hall
- Goodfriend Tennis Center
- Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Building
- Henson Hall
- Hesler Biology Building and Greenhouse
- Howard H. Baker Jr.Center for Public Policy
- James A. Haslam II Business Building
- Jane and David Bailey Education Complex
- Jessie W. Harris Building
- John C Hodges Library
- Law Complex: George C Taylor Wing
- Lindsey Nelson Stadium
- McClung Museum
- McClung Tower and Plaza
- Min H. Kao Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
- Morgan Hall
- Music Building
- Neyland Stadium
- Nielsen Physics Building
- Pasqua Nuclear Engineering Building
- Perkins Hall
- Philander P. Claxton Education Building
- Plant Biotechnology Building
- Pratt Pavilion
- Regal Soccer Stadium
- Science and Engineering Building
- Sherri Parker Lee Stadium
- South & East Stadium
- Stokely UT Athletics Center
- Stokely Management Center
- Student Services Building
- Temple Court
- Thompson-Boling Assembly Center and Arena
- Thornton UT Athletics Division of Student Life Center
- Tom Black Track Facilities Building
- Tyson Alumni Center
- UT Gardens Support
- Veterinary Teaching Hospital
- Walters Life Sciences Building
- Tickle Engineering
- East Tennessee Research and Education Center
- Forest Resources Research and Education Center
- Sorority Village
Safe Zone Network
Safe Zone is a voluntary network of faculty, staff and students. A safe zone is a space in which anyone in the LGBT or questioning community will be supported and confirmed.
The map layer is of Safe Zone campus locations at UT. Each person listed at a location is a trained Safe Zone ally, and has chosen to be listed as such.
Safe Zone: http://safezone.utk.edu/
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