While commencement typically sees most graduates leave campus for the last time in a long time, others find paths to their future that take them back to where their college journey started. This was the reality for Mackenzie Clark, Jawaad Sheikh and Scarlett Elliott, all recent UTC graduates who are continuing their experience at UTC in a different capacity—as full-time employees.
Blue Ribbon Award winners for the first six months of 2018 were celebrated at a special luncheon.
Freshman and sophomore students from six counties in North Georgia and one in Alabama can now save thousands of dollars when they attend the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga through the advantage of UTC’s regional tuition rate.
Many students find that transferring from a two-year or other four-year campus to UTC is the right educational move. Tennessee Transfer Pathway is an initiative to provide clear information about courses students should take in order to plan toward transferring to another campus.
Students interested in attending UTC and their families will have the opportunity to explore the campus and have some questions answered at the Annual Fall Visit Day. Note: Registration for Fall Visit Day is now closed.
The UTC Undergraduate Admissions office is sponsoring the Annual Fall Visit Day program for prospective students and their families on Saturday, November 13. The event will begin at 10 a.m. and last until around 1:30 p.m.