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Summer Hours

Grab lunch on campus at Scrappy’s Place Food Court Buffet in the University Center through August 8th, Monday-Friday for $6, except on days there is freshman orientation.  View the freshman orientation schedule.  The full lunch buffet is offered 11a.m.-1p.m.  Save some money and purchase a discount meal card—you’ll get six meals for $30.  Cards are available at the register during lunch.

UTC Student Health Services will be closed for construction from noon Friday, May 23, through Monday, May 26.  It will open again Tuesday, May 27, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.  If emergency or urgent care is needed, access information about local hospitals and non-emergent care facilities at http://www.utc.edu/student-health-services/ .

Call campus police at 425-4357 or 911 from your phone if you have an emergency.  Counseling is available by calling 423-425-4438.  Counseling is also available after business hours, by call Campus Safety at 423-425-4357. The dispatcher will contact counseling services for you.

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Learn to Swim! Pricing for faculty and staff is $40 for 30 minute lessons and $60 for 50 minute lessons (includes 8 lessons for two weeks).

  • Summer Session 1       6/2 – 6/12
  • Summer Session 2       6/16 – 6/26
  • Summer Session 3       7/7 – 7/17
  • Summer Session 4       7/21 – 7/31

Sign up now in the Campus Recreation Offices at ext. 4213

http://www.utc.edu/campus-recreation/aquatics/swim-lessons.php

See summer hours for the ARC and Campus Rec.

See summer semester 2014 hours for the UTC Library.


NCAA notes Mocs success in the classroom

As the Chattanooga Mocs continue to “build a program that is successful the classroom, in competition, and in the community,” the NCAA released the Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores for all sports.  The NCAA introduced the APR a decade ago to measure the number of student athletes who stay in school and earn good grades.  A total of 12 programs at UTC had perfect single-year APR scores while all 17 were well above the NCAA minimum.


New employees, changes in retirement

If you work with new employees and you missed the UT System presentation about changes in state retirement plans for faculty and staff hired after July 1, 2014, an online resource is available at UT System Human Resources.  For current employees: the retirement plan you’re enrolled in and your associated benefits will not change.


WeAchieve

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Congratulations to the UTC Department of Communication! The department received a vote to fully reaccredit the program by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (ACEJMC). The department is one of only 112 programs in the country and Puerto Rico that are accredited by ACEJMC. During the voting, the council cited as strengths of the program an “outstanding department head, passionate students, and dedicated faculty.”

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is a national model for metropolitan universities. In collaboration with our many regional partners, we offer our students an experiential learning environment graced with outstanding teaching scholars in bachelor's, master's, and doctoral programs.

UTC is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution.