In the second annual First-Generation Celebration Week in November, students used chalk to create art on sidewalks.
Build-A-Valentine was part of the festivities on Feb.14 in the University Center.
Snow fell on Feb. 28.
In January, Move In Day was a damp job.
Students in Dominique Belanger’s Light and Life class were taught how to print photos in a darkroom.
Ever-present squirrels on campus are not afraid to root around in almost any bags or backpacks left unattended.
Trevor Elliott, UC Foundation assistant professor for mechanical engineering, and his students produced face shields using 3D printers. The shields were given to local health care workers fighting COVID-19.
Student members in Mocs LEAD (Leaders Encouraging A Difference) practice their climbing skills in the Aquatic and Recreation Center.
Members of the Chemistry Club make Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream for a party in February.
To practice six-foot social distancing, seats in auditoriums and classes were marked off with tape
A juvenile red-tailed hawk sits in a tree near Founders Hall in September.
On a warm day in February, students headed outdoors.
The reconstruction of Lupton Library into Lupton Hall was finished in late summer.
Fog covered campus on Feb. 22.
Lab assistant Allycia Lee conducts an organic chemistry lesson. After campus classes were moved online in March, many professors used online videos for lessons that usually would be hands-on.
In October on Chamberlain Field, students colored banners for Homecoming Week.
With social distancing tape in place, music students practice in the Roland B. Hayes Auditorium in the Fine Arts Center.
Sun shines through autumn foliage in early December.
Essential personnel remained on campus after classes went online in March due to COVID-19.
A Power C banner hangs in the University Center.
In August, student Gabby Stoneking carries her stuff into Boling Apartments on Move In. Day.
Commencent ceremonies for undergraduate students took place on Chamberlain Field on Friday, Nov. 2.
Students in an Observational Drawing class work outside in October.
Just like Move In Day in February, Move Out Day in March was rainy, too. Students left when campus went all virtual due to COVID-19.
Students in the Rising Rock class headed to Chamberlain Field in August for the day’s lesson.
To practice in September, Chattanooga Singers had their temperatures taken before they could enter.
Graduate Brandon Love poses for photos on Nov. 19.
Wearing masks, many students used the UTC library for studying.
Clouds hang in the blue sky over campus on July 23.
If weather permitted, many students spent time outside on campus.
Students took part in a session of “Goat Yoga” in September.
Teresa Fraley works on a research project in January.
A ukelele is tuned befoe Angela Dittmar’s Innovations class in August.