Vols listen and learn from one another, and step forward together.
A student organization gives students opportunities to get outside, serve others, and catch fish.
Students explore their leadership potential through the Volunteer Impact Academy.
From the moment students first arrive on campus, the Jones Center for Leadership and Service provides them with the opportunity to be a part of something bigger than themselves.
Jack Neely (’81) has a passion for educating people about UT’s history and that of its hometown, Knoxville.
Vols roll up their sleeves and take learning far beyond the classroom walls.
A scholarship opportunity allows first-generation student Alexis Moreno (’21) to write a new story.
Veterinary public health students learn about the ways humans, animals, and the environment are all interconnected.
Maya Bian’s interdisciplinary work in global health took her to China, where she researched the thesis that led to an international research award.
Frances Garcia is one of countless UT students who have benefited from UT’s partnership with Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Looking to make his mark, transfer student and first-generation college graduate KoJak Wells (’20) went from the stock room to a Fortune 500 company.
UT’s nationally ranked graduate printmaking program produces artists, educators, and business owners who make outstanding impressions worldwide.
Vols find growth and opportunity in lighting the way for others—on campus and around the world.
Theotis Robinson Jr. was among the first Black students admitted to the university. With a new scholarship endowment, he is removing barriers for Tennesseans to pursue a college education.
Professor Amy Mundorff identified human remains after the World Trade Center attacks on 9/11. At UT, she produces groundbreaking research and mentors a new generation of forensic anthropologists.
Hundreds of UT students and staff descend on Pond Gap and Inskip Elementary Schools every week to serve children through tutoring, performing arts, and science.
Recipients of the inaugural awards are making their mark around the world.
After catching the illness as a nurse for COVID-19 patients, former Vol pitcher Travis Exum is still recovering.