The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga remains the most affordable university in the UT system, thanks to a zero percent tuition increase approved by the UT Board of Trustees at its annual meeting today. UTC’s budget recommendations are part of the $2.9-billion systemwide budget approved by the UT Board for fiscal year 2023, which begins…
Ukraine’s Kyiv City Ballet to visit UTC on inaugural U.S. tour
The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is one of 15 stops on the upcoming U.S. tour of the Kyiv City Ballet from Ukraine. The tour marks the first time the Kyiv City Ballet has ever performed in the U.S. The company is scheduled for three Chattanooga performances in the newly renovated Roland Hayes Auditorium in…
Rollins: ‘It’s energizing seeing and talking with the students’
The Rollins donated $40 million to the UTC College of Business, the largest donation in school history.
Inaugural summer undergrad research program positions student to solve real-world problems
After 16 years in transportation engineering, Carmen Harvey pursues a bachelor’s in civil engineering.
Thankful at Thanksgiving: UTC community finds the good in 2021
We asked students, faculty and staff from across campus to share their thankful thoughts.
UTC welcomes military veterans to an abundance of opportunity
UTC students, faculty and staff all include veterans in their ranks.
We Care Now: Student podcast about the lynching of local man leaves no stone unturned
UTC students chose to tell Ed Johnson’s story in their serial podcast titled, “We Care Now: A Podcast for Ed Johnson.”
Partnering for a more pedestrian-friendly city
UT, Center for Urban Informatics and Progress, the Chattanooga Department of Transportation partner on traffic monitoring and managing technology.
Preserving Chattanooga’s African American culture past and present
A collaboration involving the UTC History Department and RISE Chattanooga, a community-based nonprofit organization, aims to preserve past and present African American culture in the Chattanooga area.
Upcoming walking tours offer local African American culture, history and more
Tours scheduled for three successive Saturdays in October.