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UT Knoxville

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Academic Profile

Average GPA

3.96

Typical ACT Composite Scores

25-31

Applicants Admitted

78%

Total Enrollment

29,460

Located in east Tennessee and just a short trolley ride from downtown Knoxville, UT’s flagship campus buzzes with energy, pride and more than 29,000 students from around the world.

UT Knoxville lures students with green space, nearby lakes and vistas of the Great Smoky Mountains—home to America’s most-visited national park. Beyond its natural beauty, the campus offers state-of-the-art spaces for living and learning that foster collaboration and community. UT Knoxville, which includes the UT Space Institute, also is recognized for its commitment to discovery and innovation. As Tennessee’s premier public research institution and co-manager of Oak Ridge National Laboratory—the U.S. Department of Energy’s largest science and energy lab—students have unparalleled access to some of the world’s greatest scientific minds and facilities.

From its 225-year history to 11 colleges and more than 900 undergraduate and graduate programs of study, UT Knoxville offers an educational experience that positions students for life-long success.

Get to know UT Knoxville and become a Volunteer today!

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Annual Cost of Attendance

In-State Tuition and Fees $13,264
Housing and Meals $11,240
Books and Supplies $1,598

FAST FACTS

Student Organizations

400+
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Freshman Retention Rate

87%
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Majors

170+
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Campus Features

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Scholarships

Ninety-three percent of UT Knoxville students receive financial aid and scholarships.

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Programs

UT Knoxville’s supply chain management program is ranked No. 4 among public institutions by U.S. News and World Report.

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Student Organizations

The Center for Leadership and Services hosts many Alternative Spring and Fall Break trips across the country to help communities.

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UT Chattanooga

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Academic Profile

Average GPA

3.57

Typical ACT Composite Scores

21-26

Applicants Admitted

78%

Total Enrollment

11,590

Located in southeast Tennessee, UT Chattanooga is a metropolitan campus in the heart of downtown Chattanooga and is home to more than 11,000 students representing all areas of the globe.

Chattanooga is a city that’s both highly industrial and rich in natural beauty. Nicknamed the “Scenic City,” Chattanooga is nestled at the foot of Lookout and Signal Mountains where the Tennessee River forms Moccasin Bend—attracting outdoor enthusiasts and researchers alike. The campus also attracts students with its experiential learning environment, made possible by a multitude of community and corporate partnerships.

With four colleges, more than 200 undergraduate and graduate programs and concentrations and a campus-wide commitment to meaningful learning experiences beyond the classroom, UT Chattanooga is a vibrant campus with endless opportunities.

Get to know UT Chattanooga and become a Moc today!

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Annual Cost of Attendance

In-State Tuition and Fees (New In-State Freshmen & Transfer students) $9,656
Housing and Meals $9,500
Books and Supplies $1,400

 

FAST FACTS

Student Organizations

120+
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Freshman Retention Rate

78%
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Majors

101
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CAMPUS FEATURES

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SCHOLARSHIPS

UT Chattanooga’s new library is the perfect place to prepare to win prestigious national scholarships, such as Rhodes, Truman, Mellon and Gilman.

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PROGRAMS

With a new concentration in gerontology, UTC’s nursing graduates are workforce ready. Ninety-seven percent passed the state licensure exam on the first try.

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STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

Student groups and individuals from all majors can study around the world and across the nation.

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UT Martin

UT Martin

Academic Profile

Average GPA

3.55

Typical ACT Composite Scores

21 – 26

Applicants Admitted

69%

Total Enrollment

7,280

Located in rural northwest Tennessee, UT Martin is committed to broadening the horizons of its 7,000 students and positioning them for success—in fact, the campus’ moto is, “The Sky’s the Limit.”

UT Martin is a comprehensive campus with five colleges offering more than 100 academic areas of study within 18 undergraduate degree programs. The campus also offers five graduate degrees within 17 specialized concentrations. Focused on providing access to higher education, UT Martin has more off-campus centers than any public four-year university in the state and is the UT System’s largest provider of online education. In addition, UT Martin has created partnerships with other UT campuses to provide roadmaps to professional degree programs, such as law and veterinary medicine at UT Knoxville and pharmacy at the UT Health Science Center in Memphis.

Ranked nationally as a “Top-20 University in the South” by U.S. News & World Report and as the “Best Southeastern University” by The Princeton Review, UT Martin is the place where dreams take flight.

Get to know UT Martin and become a Skyhawk today!

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Annual Cost of Attendance

In-State Tuition and Fees $9,748
Housing and Meals $5,976
Books and Supplies $1,250

 

Fast Facts

Student Organizations

150+
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Freshman Retention Rate

74%
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Majors

97
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Campus Features

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Scholarships

UT Martin provides more than $32.7 million in scholarships and grants each year.

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Programs

Nursejournal.org ranked UT Martin No. 31 in “America’s Best Nursing Schools for the Eastern Region for 2015.”

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Student Organizations

UT Martin’s engineering students placed third internationally at the SAE Aero Design East competition.

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UT Health Science Center

UT Health Science Center

Located in southwest Tennessee and little more than a mile from Memphis’ famous Beale Street, the UT Health Science Center is to thank for educating the vast majority of the state’s healthcare providers.

More than 3,000 students are enrolled at the UT Health Science Center, which includes six colleges—dentistry, graduate health sciences, health professions, medicine, nursing and pharmacy. Beyond its main campus in Memphis, graduate medical education programs are offered in Chattanooga, Knoxville and Nashville; family medicine centers in Jackson and Knoxville; dentistry clinics in Bristol, Jackson and Union City; as well as public and continuing education programs across the state.

In terms of student success, the UT Health Science Center boasts a 95.2 percent first-time board pass rate and recently launched a #takecare initiative designed to support students’ physical and emotional health and wellbeing. Clinical partnerships and partner teaching hospitals across the state offer students, residents and fellows the opportunity to see and learn from the best. Also a primary focus are the UT Health Science Center’s research efforts. Grant and contract awards reached $90.4 million in fiscal year 2018.

From scientific discovery to clinical care and public service, the UT Health Science Center is Tennessee’s driver of healthcare education and patient care.

Get to know the UT Health Science Center today!

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Online Resources

 

Fast Facts

Major Campuses

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Colleges

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Locations

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