WUTC Pledge Drive Underway

On The Air Light above Radio Station

Listeners asked for a shorter pledge drive with fewer breaks during the hour, and WUTC obliged. The fall pledge drive will last for only ten days, ending on Friday, October 16. The goal for this pledge drive is $165,000, which will not only pay for NPR programing and cover everyday expenses, but also cover the cost of replacement equipment after a recent lightning strike affected the station.

Library Dedicates Roth Reading Room


By Ashley Arnold, University Relations Intern Though you may not know him by name, you have likely seen much of Andrew Roth’s work. The University’s recent dedication of the Roth Reading Room celebrated the life of its name sake, Mr. Andrew Roth, a man responsible for many of the beautiful buildings on campus and throughout Chattanooga. The dedication was held August 8 in the Roth Reading Room, located on

Get On Board Day 2015


The College of Engineering and Computer Science hosted its annual “Get on Board” day to introduce students to education, research, and career opportunities in the colleges disciplines.

149 UTC students may earn reverse transfer degrees


Many students who transferred from a Tennessee community college to pursue a bachelor’s degree may be eligible to retroactively receive the associate degree they started through the state’s new reverse transfer program.

UTC School of Nursing recognized by Nurse Journal

Stock photo of medical surgical tools

By Ashley Arnold, University Relations Intern UTC’s School of Nursing has been included in Nurse Journal’s most recent rankings of America’s Best Nursing schools for the Eastern Region for the year 2015. Nurse Journal sorted over 1100 different schools into five different categories that included quality, affordability, convenience, satisfaction and value in order to find the best nursing schools in the Eastern Region. Dr. Christine Benz Smith, Director of