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December 5, 2013 | Contact Us
Campus and surrounding areas become quiet as students and faculty leave for the holidays. With fewer people around, there can be increased opportunity for theft. Whether you stay in Knoxville or travel home, keep these safety tips in mind.
Registration for the popular spring semester bicycle rental program is open until tomorrow. You can sign up to rent a commuter bicycle, lock, and helmet for only $40 for the entire semester from the Outdoor Program. Due to high demand, recipients will be selected by lottery.
Students will soon be able to download and install Microsoft Office ProPlus desktop applications at no additional cost because of UT's enterprise agreement with Microsoft.
A retailer that sells artisan goods to benefit social causes has won this semester's Vol Court competition. Chelsea Padgham, a senior in economics and founder of Style with Benefits, won first place and received $1,000 to move her business forward.
It’s the end of the semester and you’ve got plenty to do—from studying for exams to heading home for the winter break. One Stop makes it quick and easy to pay your spring 2014 tuition and fees.
Spring payments are due January 6. Access convenient and secure online payment on the One Stop website.
The S.E.E. Center wants to remind you of simple ways to avoid sickness and maintain a healthy balance during finals. They will be distributing free goodie bags from 10:00 a.m. to noon today and tomorrow and December 9 through 11 in Hodges Library.
The Student Art in the Library juried exhibition awards cash prizes to the top three winners. Selected two-dimensional artworks will be on display in Hodges Library throughout the spring semester. Submission deadline is February 17.
Learn more about internships, studying abroad, writing resumes, and preparing for graduate school. Refreshments, a professional portfolio review, and an etiquette luncheon are included. To register, log in to Hire-A-Vol.
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