Focusing on the ways Volunteers learn, work, and discover.
Earn funding to grow and share your knowledge of international cultures
This cultural resource for East Tennessee is a resident professional theatre for undergraduates and graduate students.
Volunteers promote the bond between people and animals.
Incoming students learn UT traditions, discover leadership potential, and meet other new students and leaders.
Generous vacation and personal leave, numerous retirement options, and free tuition
Helping you meet requirements, get diplomas, participate in ceremonies, and more
Offering tutoring, supplemental instruction, academic coaching, and student support programs
Assisting our active duty service members, veterans, reservists, guardsmen, and family members
Supporting global education, research, and engagement
Engaging students in meaningful, relevant service with a community partner
Research in energy-related science, technology, engineering, and mathematics
One campus. One community. Celebrate the differences.
Use your VolCard account at participating off-campus merchants for goods and services.
A place for all students and the campus community to learn, share ideas, and discuss experiences
Programs that inform parents and improve the quality of child-care in Tennessee
For high school students from under-represented and underserved backgrounds
Offering a blend of student and public programs focused on energy, global security, and leadership and governance
Students gain community experience and use communication skills.
Enhancing the student experience through civic engagement, real-world problem solving, and critical reflection
Researching ways to manage a modernized electric grid
Enhancing public access, financial support, preservation, and stewardship
A permanent collection for scholarly research and enrichment of the university and regional communities
Helping the children of incarcerated parents and empowering parental support
Advancing the understanding of natural history and culture through collections, exhibitions, research, and outreach
Helping Knoxville families have decent, safe, affordable places to live
Campus wide resource conservation and environmental stewardship
Residential programs introducing middle and high school students to engineering
Quality programs and facilities for almost any sport or recreational pursuit
Helping UT students studying abroad and international exchange students studying at UT
Helping uninsured Knox County students and those with difficulty accessing health care
Using sport to change lives, communities, and the world through teaching, research, and service
Supporting academic success, equality, and leadership in a diverse global society
Helping students learn new skills and see terrific places in the great outdoors
Programs include ambassadors, diversity recruitment, and prospective athletes
Find UT’s many eateries
A course on conflict and peacebuilding in Northern Uganda
Students from around the world learn to create consumer value with fewer resources and waste.
Collections from the careers of Tennesseans who served in the US Congress, the federal judiciary, presidential cabinets, or a combination
Our path to join the nation’s Top 25 public research universities
Hosting programs that help students transition to UT and Knoxville
Details on lower-priced UT athletics tickets for employees
Improving the health and vitality of local communities
Workshops for teachers and librarians and talks by authors
Students travel to new areas and collaborate to meet community needs.
Preparing STEM majors to transform the lives of Tennessee children
Research, planning, economic forecasting, and continuing education for agencies, businesses, and industry
Creating equitable access for eligible students and promoting disability-inclusive diversity
Supporting the pursuit of career opportunities and scholarly knowledge
Fundraising for research into childhood cancer and blood disorders
Research and interdisciplinary options for high-achieving students
Volunteer to serve in an overseas community for twenty-seven months
A noncredit, invitation only, intensive three-week summer program
Shop for textbooks, technology, graduation supplies, and Vols gear
A collection of programs that guide young people in STEM studies, health, mentoring, and leadership
Hands-on learning experiences for students, educators, and the public
Offering Chinese programs on and off campus
Programs that help UT employees improve their health
Preparing high school students for college and introducing them to career paths
Students, scholars, and visitors get support at UT and in the US
Creating a defining student experience through programs and amenities
Combining materials science, engineering, and architecture for problem solving and new applications
Addressing the accessibility of information, instructional materials, and technology
Majors guidance, career counseling, classes, and interest and personality assessments
Helping students with enrollment, academic records, financial aid, and payments
Intensive English language study for prospective students, visitors, and professionals
Nursing students provide clinics for underserved populations.
Prospective students compete, watch demos, and meet faculty and engineering majors.