Thanks to a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in collaboration with the Tennessee Department of Health, University Health Services has updated its clinic.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga raised $1,734,947.42 from 2,131 donors during its fourth annual Mocs Give Day on Oct. 3. The day’s original fundraising goals to raise $1,000,000 from 1,500 donors were exceeded by nearly 73% and 42%, respectively.
The annual Power C Tour, which kicks off this Thursday, Oct. 5, with a visit to Memphis, will give prospective students across Tennessee four chances in October and November to learn more about UTC.
In its fourth year, Mocs Give Day—a one-day digital forward fundraising campaign for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga—is happening on Tuesday, Oct. 3, with the goal of raising $1,000,000 from 1,500 donors.
UTC will host workshops and discussions during National Hazing Prevention Week, which takes place Sept. 25-29.
Connection, community, competition: A look into what intramural and club sports at UTC have to offer
Many students arriving on campus for the fall semester seek opportunities for friendship, excitement, exercise and even a chance to test their competitive edge. UTC offers a variety of club and intramural sports that provide these opportunities and have the potential to appeal to every student.
Innovative, embracing and excelling in all they do: UTC trio to be honored as 2023 UT System President’s Award recipients
Three members of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga family—Executive Director of the Disability Resource Center Michelle Rigler, Associate Dean of the College of Health, Education and Professional Studies David Rausch, who also is a professor and director of the Learning and Leadership program, and Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Abeer Mustafa—are being honored this week for the work they do by UT System President Randy Body and his Be One UT cabinet.
Bliss Murphy’s freshman year, along with the usual load of classes, was filled to the brim. During the academic year, she was a member or involved with 18 different on-campus groups or organizations, including the Center for Women and Gender Equity, the Wildlife and Zoology Club, the Ecological Decisions for a Global Environment (EDGE), Healing Through Harmony music therapy group and Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavor (URaCE).
A new University of Tennessee at Chattanooga program, Off-Campus Student Services, will help students locate off-campus housing more efficiently and assist with other needs they may experience living off-campus—such as finding potential roommates and price and location comparisons.
Three UTC faculty and staff members were announced as 2023 President’s Award recipients—the highest accolade an employee can receive from the UT System. President Randy Boyd announced that Dr. Michelle Rigler, Dr. Abeer Mustafa and Dr. David Rausch are among 14 award winners from across the UT System recognized for their accomplishments and dedication to Be One UT values.