MOC Academy, created by Student Success Programs, is a UTC program aimed at preparing first-year undergraduate men of color for a successful transition to college.
For the last several years, UTC has partnered with the nonprofit Education Equal Opportunity Group to host the the annual Career Speed Networking Program.
Jackson Caesar will perform music by Roland Hayes in the style of Hayes in “Spirituals: Celebrating the Music, Life and Legacy of Roland Hayes” at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 13, in the UTC Fine Arts Center’s Roland Hayes Concert Hall.
Every February, the achievements and history of African Americans are recognized and commemorated as part of Black History Month.
UTC’s celebration will begin with a kickoff celebration on Feb. 1.
Prominent educator, author and lecturer Angela Davis highlighted University of Tennessee at Chattanooga MLK Day 2023 festivities on Tuesday, Jan. 24, speaking to a standing-room only crowd in the UTC Fine Arts Center’s Roland Hayes Concert Hall.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga MLK Day 2023 celebration will take place at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 24, in the UTC Fine Arts Center’s Roland Hayes Concert Hall.
Author, musician and speaker Simon Tam, whose advocacy for a message of empowerment helped him win a landmark free speech case at the U.S. Supreme Court in a unanimous decision, is coming to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to share his story.
Month recognizes the major contributions Native Americans have made to growth and culture in the U.S.
The draw of Chattanooga, especially its cultural history, is one of the reasons Chapman created the Chattanooga Hip-Hop Week, a series of events from Oct. 9-15 that includes a UTC-only concert scheduled Oct. 13 in the Roland Hayes Concert Hall.
UTC thanks community leader and Hamilton County legislator who secured funding for Moreland minority engineering scholarships
Forty-six minority engineering scholarships have been awarded thus far through a program at UTC, where a Sept. 29 celebration was held to thank Tennessee Sen. Todd Gardenhire for securing funding and former Chattanooga City Councilman James Moreland for recruiting prospective scholarship recipients.