Honors College featured in New York Times

UTC Honors Room

UTC’s Honors College was included in an article in the New York Times regarding the high quality honors programs available at public universities. The article included plans to expand UTC’s honors program as well as Robert Fisher’s selection as a Rhodes Scholar.

UTC takes over Nightfall on September 4

UTC Takes Over Nightfall

What do you get when you combine a UTC pep rally and a Friday night in Miller Plaza….UTC Takes Over Nightfall! This fun filled event begins at 6:30 p.m.

Disability Resource Center Relocates to the University Center


Changes are coming to UTC’s Disability Resource Center. By moving to a more centralized location, the center will now be more accessible to students.

UTC Named 2016 College of Distinction


Once again, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga has been selected as the only public university to be named a College of Distinction in Tennessee. UTC is recognized for meeting the four characteristics of a College of Distinction: Engaged Students Great Teaching Vibrant Community Successful Outcomes In a letter of recognition to the University, Wes Creel, founder of Colleges of Distinction wrote, “The Colleges of Distinction cultivate graduates who

Lee’s Go Set a Watchman provides a teaching tool


Harper Lee’s long-anticipated second novel, Go Set a Watchman continues to top best-seller lists weeks after its release. Critics and fans have loudly voiced their opinions on the controversy surrounding the publication of what appears to be an earlier draft of Lee’s beloved To Kill a Mockingbird. Dr. Christopher Stuart, head of UTC’s English Department joins the conversation with his take on the novel. The Atticus of Lee’s recently