The University of Tennessee System is committed to providing greater and easier access to information for UT’s faculty, staff, students and the communities it serves.
This web page represents some of the most frequently requested information by UT constituencies. Information will be added as needed.
Uploaded executive offer letter of Keith Carver, Senior Vice Chancellor/Senior Vice President of the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture
September 21, 2023
Statement from UT Athletics (https://utsports.com/news/2023/7/14/general-tennessee-statements-following-ncaa-ruling.aspx)
Statement from NCAA (https://www.ncaa.org/news/2023/7/14/media-center-hundreds-of-violations-occurred-in-tennessee-football-program-over-3-seasons.aspx)
The University of Tennessee System partnered with Gallup to develop and distribute the 2023 Campus Climate Survey. The survey was administered via web January 23 – February 21, 2023 to all currently- enrolled students as well as full- and part-time faculty and staff at UT Chattanooga, UT Health Science Center, UT Knoxville, UT Martin, UT Southern and the UT System administration office.
Uploaded the 2023 UT System Objectives (PDF).
February 24, 2023
Updated links to 2022 annual security and fire reports for each campus, plus the University of Tennessee Space Institute.
October 10, 2022
Uploaded the 2021-2022 UT System Emergency Management Annual Report (PDF).
October 5, 2022
Annual Security and Fire Safety Reports
- UT Knoxville (2023)
- UT Space Institute (2023)
- UT Chattanooga (2023)
- UT Southern (2023)
- UT Martin (2023)
- UT Health Science Center (2023)
Crime and Safety Information
UT’s Economic Impact Tops $9 Billion (Feb. 2019 Press Release)
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