These UTC students are studying abroad, and so can you

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Many students think that study abroad experiences are unavailable to them, but Kristin Labs, Assistant Director of the UTC International Programs Office, wants you to know that isn’t the case. “There is a huge range of opportunities to choose from in our office because we know there is a variety of student needs, academic and financial. My advice for students looking to study abroad is not to put up

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UTC and Cleveland State pen Dual Admissions Agreement

UTC Chancellor Steven Angle and Cleveland State Community College President Bill Seymour sign documents

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chancellor Steven Angle and Cleveland State Community College President Bill Seymour signed a Dual Admissions Agreement between the two institutions on Friday, March 20, 2015.  Watch the video. The Dual Admission Agreement allows students to apply for admission simultaneously at both campuses while pursuing an associate’s degree at Cleveland State.  Participants will benefit from guaranteed admission to UTC upon earning an associate’s degree from

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UTC ranks 11th for all competitions and overall in ASCE Student Conference

ASCE Conference

Concrete canoe and steel bridge competitions are the highlights of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Student Conference, hosted this week by The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

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Matter of Balance Master Training offered at UTC

Nursing Matter of Balance training

As the aging population in our community continues to grow, it becomes increasingly important to insure their quality of life. A Matter of Balance (MOB) addresses the threat of falling, one of the major problems of this population. MOB Master Training took place on the UTC Campus on March 16 – 17. “A lot of it is about engaging older adults in this conversation and to spread the message

UTC and Moi University sign memorandum of understanding

MOI University and UTC representatives

On March 10, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Moi University signed a memorandum of understanding to explore opportunities for collaboration. Moi is a multi-campus university with its main campus in Eldoret, Kenya. The relationship with Moi began with Dr. Robert Dooley, Dean of the UTC College of Business.  Dooley began working with Moi University in 2008, when he held the position of Associate Dean for Graduate Programs

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