Cindy Long and her staff at the UTC Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) will go to great lengths to help students apply to college. From driving to community centers to holding sessions at local libraries in 11 different counties, Long and her colleagues are committed to reaching their goal of assisting 1,000 students make their dream of going to college come true.
The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees approved an extension of the UTC regional tuition rate program for undergraduates and graduate students. The program is offered to students in seven counties in north Georgia and Alabama. Students pay in-state tuition plus 25 percent of out-of-state tuition. Visit UTC Admissions for more information.
Blue and gold accessories were the height of practical fashion at Chattanooga’s biggest music festival! Thanks to UTC Athletics, University Relations, Disability Resource Center, Alumni Affairs, Admissions and Student Development, Riverbend attendees snapped up UTC goodies to keep their drinks cold with koozies and their body temperatures down with “C” fans.
By Zach Taylor, University Relations Student Writer While bean bag chairs may seem like nothing more than rec room staples, they offer a much needed form of physical therapy for a class at Orange Grove Center.
By Zach Taylor, University Relations Student Writer Adults kept busy with jobs and families who have wanted to earn a UTC degree but could not commit the time to attend classes on campus have a new option to earn a bachelor’s degree online. UTC’s Achieve Degree is being established as the University’s first adult completion degree program. According to Program Coordinator for Bachelor of Integrated Studies, Dr. Gretchen Potts,…
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