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UTC holds fall commencement on December 12

TV’s Principal Belding earns his degree CHATTANOOGA, TN:  When the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga celebrates its 246th commencement ceremony on December 12, conference championship athletes, a commissioned military officer, and an internationally recognized actor will be among the 800 graduates. UT Chattanooga will graduate candidates for bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees on Saturday, December 12, at 9 a.m., in the UTC McKenzie Arena. Famous for portraying Principal Belding

Honoring the Founder of UTC’s School of Nursing

Mary Jackson, founder of UTC’S School of Nursing recently passed away. To honor her memory, UTC’s School of Nursing has compiled a short video focusing on Jackson’s thoughts on nursing and the founding of the School of Nursing.

Library Dedicates Roth Reading Room

Though you may not know him by name, you have likely seen much of Andrew Roth’s work; as an architect, he is responsible for many beautiful buildings on campus and throughout Chattanooga..

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

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

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