Brandalyn Shropshire is the associate director of engagement in the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Office of Undergraduate Admissions. One of her many roles is overseeing campus tours, and she has seen a considerable increase in the number of out-of-state students coming to visit and tour UTC.
Before the start of orientation, a new batch of orientation leaders learned about the various departments at UTC and prepared for a hectic summer.
Starting this week, New Student and Family Programs is hosting multiple orientation sessions for all new students entering UTC this fall.
The summer semester has officially begun, which means that University of Tennessee at Chattanooga faculty, staff and students are gearing up for the arrival of new students on campus in August. Freshman orientation begins on June 5 and continues until August. The two-day orientation sessions will provide incoming students with information and resources to begin their college journey.
Orientation season kicked off on Monday, June 3. Check out a few highlights from the first day.
So you’re a freshman or transfer student signed up for classes in fall semester 2019. Welcome. We’re glad you’re here. But you still have a few questions. For instance, you’ve never been on campus and have a class in Grote Hall. And you have no idea where Grote Hall is. Or where your residence…
Learn more about campus, meet your fellow classmates and set yourself up for success by attending a summer orientation.
Are you going to be new to UTC this fall? Learn more about campus, meet your fellow classmates and set yourself up for success by attending a summer orientation.
This year alone, UTC raised $10,000 dollars worth of supplies for local elementary schools at Orientation as a part of the Stuff the Bus program.