Welcome to campus! As students settle in for the first week of classes beginning Monday, August 17, a variety of activities continue. See the Welcome Week calendar here.
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga received approval from the Tennessee Higher Education Commission to offer the Master of Science Degree in Mathematics with concentrations in four areas: Applied Mathematics, Applied Statistics, Algebra and Discrete Mathematics, and Education. This degree program is available now.
Music instructors throughout the US and Canada spent part of their summer vacation at the University’s Kodaly Institute, working to improve the way they teach as well as earning a certification that could advance their careers.
Ron Bird, of DENSO North America Foundation in Athens, Tennessee, presented a check for $7400 to the College of Engineering and Computer Science. Last spring, UTC’s Racing Mocs beat Georgia Tech, UT Knoxville and the University of Alabama by placing 16th of 100 teams at the 2009 Baja Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Alabama at…
A two-week summer abroad trip to the South Pacific took a group of 33 students and staff to Fiji, New Zealand and Australia, countries known worldwide for their accessibility to those with disabilities, according to Bryon Kluesner, M.S., Ph.D., Adaptive Technology Coordinator, Office for Students with Disabilities.
Dr. Debbie Ingram, UC Foundation Professor of Physical Therapy and the Director of Clinical Education, will deliver the summer commencement address to approximately 375 graduates on Sunday, August 9 at 2 p.m. in the McKenzie Arena.
Fifty rising 10th through 12th grade students in the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee enjoyed a summertime visit to campus, part of a tour also including Maryville College, UT Knoxville, and Chattanooga State.
Fall classes begin Monday, August 17. The last day to register in day or evening classes, to add a subject, or to change section for fall semester is Friday, August 21.
Since Fall 2007, MOCS Camp has helped incoming freshman get adjusted to college life. “This is our third successful year of MOCS Camp,” said Miles Ledford, camp coordinator.
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