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Founders Day features State of the University address

UTC celebrated its 129th birthday on September 16 during its annual Founders Day festivities. Chancellor Steve Angle delivered his annual State of the University address. In case you were unable to attend or view Chancellor Angle’s State of the University address, the video presentations and his speech are viewable below. If you missed the party, here’s a video memory.

State of the University highlights Founders Day

Make plans now to attend Chancellor Angle’s State of the University address on UTC’s Founders Day, which is next Tuesday, September 15th at 12:30 pm in the University Center Auditorium! As you make your way to the UC for the State of the University, stop by Chamberlain Pavilion where the Student Alumni Council will be serving a Founders Day birthday cake from 11 am until noon and then again

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

UTC unites with community in grief and strength

The UTC community has been struck hard by the tragic events of July 16. Our Student Veterans Organization hosted a memorial vigil the next morning, and many student organizations have joined in the efforts to raise money to support the families.

Focusing on student success

Part two of our interview with Chancellor Steve Angle Chancellor Steven Angle recently sat down with UTC graduate student Cheryl Toomey to discuss his first year at UTC and his vision for the future of the campus. How do you try to keep in touch with the student population, their needs and concerns, while Chancellor? We’re here for students, we ought to be listening to them.  They have good