Monthly Archives: November 2013

Thanksgiving Week in the ARC

Campus Recreation’s Hours during THANKSGIVING WEEK.Nov. 27 Wednesday – Travel DayARC – 8am-8pmARC Pool – 12p-5pMaclellan Gym – CLOSEDRacquet Center – CLOSEDTennis Courts – CLOSEDNov. 28-Dec 1 Thursday – Sunday – Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving WeekendARC…

Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Meeting; Additional Communications Courses for Spring

Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) MeetingUTC’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) would like to invite students to our LAST meeting on Thursday November 21, 5 p.m. in Frist Hall Room 200. PRSSA provides opportunities …

If a Student Needs SPAN 2130 for Language Requirement

Although SPAN 2130 is normally offered only in the fall of each year, please be altered to the fact that one section is now on the schedule for spring 2014 and that there are still spaces available.This offering is intended to make it easier for studen…

The McKenzie Arena Parking

Attention UTC Campus:On Thursday, November 21 the Chattanooga Women’s Basketball team will host UAB at 7:00 pm. In preparation for this game, Lot 35 has been closed.Tomorrow, Lot 20 will close at noon. Please remove all cars from this lot prior to this…

Spring 2014 Study Trip Classes in Business- Open to all UTC Majors

UTC Undergraduate & Graduate Students,
Hello. The College of Business has two exciting spring 2014 courses, each of which include 10-day study trips, that you may want to consider. (Both are open to any UTC major, undergraduate or graduate, and have no course prerequisites.) One of the courses, Business & Culture in Vietnam, has an information session in Fletcher Hall 305 at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21 that you are encouraged to attend. Also, below is more information about the two courses.

SGA Message Addressing Campus Demonstrations

To: The UTC Student BodyFrom: The UTC Student Government AssociationFor the past few weeks we have had a speaker on our campus that has made our individual experiences at UTC challenging to say the least. A street preacher has occupied the heart of our…

Campus Parking Open Forums and Senate Vacancies!

First, please join SGA today and Thursday to discuss a proposed student fee to address parking on campus.Transportation Fee Open ForumPresenter: Tyler ForrestToday, November 20th 2-3pm in the Ocoee RoomThursday, November 21st 3-4pm in the Fortwood Room…

Jazz Band open for new members

The UTC Jazz Band is looking for new members! Specifically, sax, trombone, trumpet, piano, and bass. Please email Dr. Schafer at if you are interested!Erika L. Schafer, D.M.A.Assistant Professor of Trumpet, Assistant Director of B…

Student Health Services – Seasonal Hours of Operation

Hello UTC Community,The holidays are upon us and the staff in Student Health Services wants to help each of you stay healthy for this special time of year. If you do not feel well, please be sure to call our appointment line and talk with Kirstin or Wi…

The Current Economic Outlook for the Region and Job & Employment Prospects for Graduates

Lee Jones, Regional Executive and Senior Officer of the Nashville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta will present “The Current Economic Outlook for the Region and Job & Employment Prospects for Graduates.”
When: Wednesday November 20, 10-11 a.m.
Where: UTC University Center Raccoon room.
This event is sponsored by the UTC Department of Economics and the Economics Club.
Lee Jones is regional executive and senior officer of the Nashville Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He is responsible for the Branch’s Board of Directors, oversees Nashville’s economic and financial education programs, and provides regional input into […]