Graduate Diversity in STEM Visitation

When: April 14-15

Cost: Food and accommodations are free. Participants are responsible for the cost of travel.

Application Deadline: Feb. 1

Students accepted into the visitation program will be notified March 1.

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Are you interested in pursuing a graduate degree with a STEM concentration at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga?

Underrepresented minority students can now take advantage of the Graduate Diversity in STEM Visitation Program, in which you will visit UTC—at minimal cost to you—to explore and experience graduate education on our campus.

We’ll cover the cost of food and housing for this two-day visit as you tour UTC campus and labs, meet with faculty and current graduate students, explore downtown Chattanooga and more.

This program is available for students interested in learning more about master’s degrees in:

  • Computer Science
  • Data Analytics
  • Engineering (multiple concentrations available)
  • Environmental Science
  • Mathematics

The program also is available for those seeking a Ph.D. in Computational Science.

Program eligibility:

  • Seniors must have a 2.75 GPA; Juniors must have a 3.0 GPA
  • Eligible applicants are underrepresented minorities, including women, African Americans, American Indians/Alaska Natives and Latinos
  • Applicants cannot currently have an application on file with UTC

To apply:

Send application materials to Loren Bass, recruitment and marketing coordinator for the UTC Graduate School, at Be sure to include:

  • Resume
  • Personal statement Letter (no more than two pages)
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • GRE scores (if taken)

Media Relations Contacts: Email UTC Media Relations or call 423-425-5119.

Sarah ’14, ’16 earned an MA in English rhetoric and composition at UTC where she now works as staff writer; she enjoys hiking with her husband and two boys and spending time with her backyard menagerie of goats, chickens and ducks.

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