Commencement not taking place due to virus

 Back in March when COVID-19 first made its way to Chattanooga, a conclusion was reached to postpone commencement ceremonies until August. We hoped the virus would run its course and that we could safely celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2020 in August. As we move forward with plans for fall semester, we were confronted by the following choice: Do we proceed with hosting large groups on campus

Project hopes to educate about suicide’s warning signs

Suicidal signs “The warning signs and clues look different for different people. It may look more like something in their behavior, or it may be something they say. Generally, you want to look out for behavior changes. This could be having no interest in activities they once loved, hopelessness, desperation, recklessness, anger, isolating from loved ones, etc. It may be that a person says something directly about suicide such

Study examines traffic patterns in the Chattanooga area

Since early February, CUIP and UTC student Pete Way has been monitoring traffic data gathered by the City of Chattanooga and accident information from the Hamilton County Emergency District.

Faculty honored with professorships, grants

Faculty members recognized for excellence.

UTC School of Nursing Earns 10-Year Accreditation

Bachelor’s, master’s and doctor of nursing practice degree programs accredited by Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.