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January 9, 2014 | Contact Us
Work has begun on the demolition of Stokely Athletics Center and Gibbs Hall, making way for a new residence hall, dining facility, and parking garage at the corner of Volunteer and Lake Loudoun boulevards. The buildings will be demolished by summer.
Having an Issue in Your Dorm Room?
Facilities Services and University Housing have been working around the clock since Sunday to address problems in buildings caused by the freezing temperatures. If you are having any problems with your residence hall room, please let the hall staff know so that it can be addressed quickly.
Brrr – it's cold out there. Take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with UT's inclement weather policy. UT will notify you in the event of a closure or delay in our normal operating schedule.
Thank you to students who completed the Student@Tennessee survey at the end of last semester. We will use your feedback to make continual improvements. Congratulations to Nancy Richards, Jennifer Clabo, and Cameron Hughes, who won the VolShop gift cards!
Though spring semester is just underway, summer will be here before you know it. Now is the time to consider taking summer courses. Visit the Summer School website for course information and registration dates and deadlines.
The Carl Cowan Scholarship is available to full-time undergraduate or graduate minority students who demonstrate financial need and/or outstanding achievement and involvement. Application deadline is 5:00 p.m. February 14.
Peer mentors assist faculty and staff instructors in a section of First-Year Studies 101, serving as role models, advisors, mentors, campus resource experts, and trusted points of contact for FYS 101 students. Apply by noon on January 31.
Spend six weeks this summer working with local teachers in a Guatemala City school and help improve education for the at-risk community. For more information, e-mail the Nourish International Club.
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