Students can purchase books online and have them shipped to their homes right now. Shipping is free for orders of $49 or more. These orders are already being filled, and students are encouraged to place orders as early as possible. As the semester begins, the bookstore will offer minimal contact options for picking […]
This year, Parking Services will not be giving out physical parking decals. All parking permits will be virtual. Read more about virtual parking permits here.
Students experiencing financial hardships are encouraged to apply to the Denise and Tim Downey Student Emergency Fund. The fund is for currently enrolled students facing a variety of hardships, including COVID-19. Funds can be used to cover expenses for: Essential academic needs (books and supplies). Replacement of lost personal items due to fire, theft, flood, […]
UTC, with the Dean of Students office, will make every effort to make sure students do not fall behind or are penalized for being sick and missing class. If a student misses class due to COVID-19 or being asked to self-isolate after contact tracing identifies them for potential exposure, the student should notify professors and […]
As schedules are finalized, Campus Recreation will post updates to their website.
Facilities have arranged for delivery of supplies to the requesting departments. Please do not throw away empty bottles, send a follow up work request to refill your spray bottles with disinfectant or for pick up if your department an excess amount of bottles that are no longer needed. Campus housing residents will be supplied with […]
University leadership is not in a position to make that determination at this point in time, but the campus community, including students and their families will be informed as soon as a decision is possible.
It would depend on the situation at the time a decision is made. While details of a closure–if such was determined necessary–would depend on the circumstances, it would be a decision involving the UTC Executive Leadership Team, UTC Health Team, UTC Emergency Management, Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health Department and any other appropriate official guidance. The University’s […]
Multiple variables are involved. University leadership will take guidance from the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Health Department, the state Tennessee Department of Health, the CDC and local health officials. If obtaining COVID-19 testing becomes unreliable; results take longer than 48 hours to receive; isolation and quarantine space are no longer available; University Health can not meet demand […]
Neck gaiters are fine as long as they meet requirements in place by the CDC.