A Message from the Dean of Students

Over the last couple of weeks, there have been two incidents where the free expression of student organizations was removed without authorization or vandalized. As a reminder to the campus community, these behaviors represent violations of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) Student Code of Conduct and, as such, cannot be tolerated. UTC strives to be a welcoming environment for all people. We seek to inspire, nurture, and

Finding Support During Emotionally Difficult Times

Please take a moment to read an important message from the Dean of Students regarding finding support during emotionally difficult times. Dear students, During this time of year, many college students feel increased stress and symptoms of depression. Thoughts of suicide may also occur and it is important to be aware of all of the resources available to help you when you are in need. If you are having thoughts about suicide, it is

Message from the Dean of Students Regarding Recent Events

Please take a moment to read an important message from the Dean of Students regarding recent events. We in the Office of the Dean of Students want to take a moment to acknowledge that events of the past several days – in Baton Rouge, Falcon Heights, and Dallas – may be very difficult to process and carry a great deal of emotion. It is likely that many of you have

Chattanooga Chapter of Delta Upsilon International Fraternity Closed

The Board of Directors for Delta Upsilon Fraternity has suspended the Chattanooga Chapter of Delta Upsilon Fraternity at UTC. This suspension is due to the severe debt the chapter has accrued to Delta Upsilon Fraternity. The suspension, effective immediately, is in accordance with Delta Upsilon’s policies and it means members of the Chattanooga Chapter may not function as a chapter of Delta Upsilon Fraternity, nor may members represent themselves

Re-activation Status of the Theta Rho Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Updated 1/19/17)

UPDATE – JANUARY 19, 2017 Undergraduate students interested in joining the organization are required to attend this informational program on Sunday, January 22, 2017 at 4pm in Benwood Auditorium (EMCS – 230). Business attire and UTC ID required. Questions or concerns should be directed to Ms. Amy R. Davis at ThetaRhoAdvisor1@gmail.com or Ms. Stephanie M. Orr at DST.SR.Reactivation@gmail.com. OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF RE-ACTIVATION December 23, 2016 The Office of the

Gentlemen’s Institute 2015 Graduates 26 Student Participants & Peer Facilitators


The Gentlemen’s Leadership Institute from the Office of the Dean of Students took place at Camp Lookout on Lookout Mountain from Friday, November 20- Sunday, November 22, 2015. Through interactive large and small group sessions such as an intense workout session facilitated by UTC’s Campus Recreation, a high-ropes course, discussion of “garage” topics, wellness breaks, and a bonfire pinning ceremony, participants identified their personal core values for decision making; debated

Veterans Appreciation Week 2015

Veteran Student Services in the Office of the Dean of Students would like to show appreciation for veterans during this year’s Veterans Appreciation Week. Below you will find a list of events that you can attend. Please review them and we hope to see you at some of them! Questions about any events should be directed to Joe Wiram, Coordinator of Veteran Student Services. Joe can be reached at via

Homecoming 2015: Winners, photos and more!

Homecoming 2015 has been a huge success! The week has been filled with dynamic competition, school pride, reunions and much more! Check out this wrap up to make sure you re-live all of the excitement! For a full schedule of Homecoming 2015 events, visit utc.edu/homecoming.

A Halloween Reminder

Happy Homecoming Week Mocs! There is a lot of excitement on campus right now and the Office of the Dean of Students encourages you to celebrate and support the campus community by attending Lip Sync, the Monster Mash, Step Show, and the multiple athletic events over the next couple of days! For more information on Homecoming 2015 events, please visit utc.edu/homecoming. In the spirit of community, we would like

Zero Tolerance for Hazing

The Office of the Dean of Students would like to remind all Mocs that the UTC has a zero tolerance for any forms of hazing. “Hazing” is defined as any intentional or reckless act, on or off University-controlled property, by one (1) student, acting alone or with others, which is directed against any other student, which endangers the mental or physical health or safety of that student, or which