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UTC honors veterans with several events

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga held several events to honor our veterans. A Green Zone Ally Appreciation Lunch was held to show appreciation for faculty and staff who have taken special training to be advocates for student veterans. The City of Chattanooga continued its tradition of honoring our veterans by raising American flags across the Veterans Bridge in the name of those who have served. Last spring a

UTC Organizations Partner with Community for Youth Blast 2015

By Sarah Hedrick, University Relations Graduate Assistant “On a Quest for the Best” was the theme for this year’s Youth Blast, a two day conference for local students grades 6-12 that encourages success in areas of academics, social interactions, and relationships. Sixteen area organizations, including UTC’s Office of Equity and Diversity, Circle K, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, supported the event that provided workshops and

Library Dedicates Roth Reading Room

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.

UTC and Chattanooga State pen Dual Admissions Agreement

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chancellor Steven Angle and Chattanooga State Community College President Flora Tydings signed a Dual Admissions Agreement between the two institutions on Wednesday, April 12, 2015. The Dual Admission Agreement allows students to apply for admission simultaneously at both campuses while pursuing an associate’s degree at Chattanooga State.  Participants will benefit from guaranteed admission to UTC upon earning an associate’s degree from Chattanooga State.  Students

Interior Design students reimagine Chattanooga buildings

Students in UTC’s Interior Design department worked with Cornerstones on projects focused on historic preservation and reimaging some Chattanooga landmarks. Students presented designs to restore and recreate Parkway Towers and Mayfield Annex. Read more at UTC design students offer visions for Chattanooga buildings.