Beginning Aug. 3, UT System President Randy Boyd will travel to more than 50 counties during the next three months learning and celebrating UT’s impact across Tennessee.Learn More
The UT System’s mission is to serve all Tennesseans and beyond through education, discovery and outreach that enables strong economic, social and environmental well-being.
To keep the U.S.’s promise, forensic anthropologist Kyle McCormick (Knoxville ’15) searches the world for service members who didn’t return from war.
UT Martin instructor Henrietta Giles engages her community in research and remembrance through the Weakley County Reconciliation Project.
Embracing health care around the world is helping advance care in Memphis and beyond through the UTHSC Center for Multicultural and Global Health.
Everywhere You Look, UT Serves
Among other things, 2020 highlighted the importance of nature and investing in Tennessee’s natural resources. The UT-initiated and led Tennessee RiverLine project builds on the momentum the outdoor recreation industry is experiencing.
The revised strategic plan sets new data-informed goals and objectives for the UT System through the year 2025.
UT Advocacy is the official grassroots network of alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends of the University of Tennessee.
The UT System is committed to providing greater and easier access to information for the faculty, staff, students and communities it serves.
The University of Tennessee is comprised of campuses at Knoxville, Chattanooga, Pulaski, Martin and the Health Science Center at Memphis.
The University of Tennessee is comprised of the statewide Institute of Agriculture and Institute for Public Service
Institute of Agriculture
The UT Institute of Agriculture delivers real life solutions through $54.5 million in research, educational outreach to 3.3 million people and veterinary services to more than 21,000 animals annually. UTIA’s two colleges currently enroll 1,700 students.
Institute for Public Service
The statewide Institute for Public Service helps Tennessee companies generate $817 million annually to the state economy, answers more than 28,000 requests for assistance and trains 15,000 municipal, county and state employees, manufacturers and law enforcement personnel.
The University of Tennessee employs more than 12,000 people in Tennessee with its workforce distributed across all 95 counties.