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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Relay promotes women’s issues awareness

By Cheryl Toomey, University Relations Graduate Assistant Before you can talk the talk, you have to walk the walk. That’s the idea behind Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: The International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault & Gender Violence. In order to understand women’s experience, Walk a Mile in Her Shoes events literally ask male participants to walk one mile in women’s high-heeled shoes. What started in

Wrapping up fall 2014 semester

It’s almost time to say goodbye to the fall 2014 semester. The last day of classes is Monday, December 1 and final exams begin on Wednesday, December 3 and finish on Monday, December 8. No classes are scheduled for Reading Day on Tuesday, December 2. For the full final exam schedule, click here. Struggling with your grades? Check out Study 911 page for more information on campus resources like

UTC Percussion Ensemble Beat Hunger is November 24

Let’s give thanks and “Beat Hunger” with the UTC Percussion Ensemble on Monday, November 24, 7:30 p.m., at the Roland Hayes Concert Hall.  It will be the only “Beat Hunger” performance this fall for the Percussion Ensemble. “Beat Hunger” supports the Chattanooga Community Kitchen. Attendees may contribute two non-perishable food items or write a check for $2 to the Chattanooga Community Kitchen. Dr. Monte Coulter serves as the director

UTC attributes lower Student Loan Defaults to several initiatives

Partnership to Engage Students and Alumni for Better Student Loan Repayment Brings Results Chattanooga (November 14, 2014) –The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga has lowered its three-year student loan cohort default rate.  The U.S. Department of Education uses the cohort default rate (CDR) to track default rates. This measurement is the percentage of cohorts (students entering repayment within the same year) who default on their loans. “We attribute UTC’s declining

Football Mocs win SoCon Championship and lead conference in fan attendance

Mocs also lead the SoCon in home attendance, averaging 10,492 in five home games this season. Mocs Football have hit that mark three three times since Head Coach Russ Huesman took the helm.

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