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Back-to-Campus: Be Healthy and thinkSAFE

Whether it is your first time on campus or last semester, it is good to know of all resources available on campus to keep you safe and healthy. Our priority toward campus well-being starts with advertising of the many services our own Police Department and Safety and Risk Management office provides; in addition, many of our own staff are representatives, advocates or participants with other programs across campus.

The UTC Division of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, led by Vice Chancellor Dr. Yancy Freeman, has professionals trained specifically to support you through your search for a university home. Once UTC is your university of choice, this team is here to guide and support from your first days on campus throughout their academic career—financial aid, orientation, student engagement, tutorials, career planning, multicultural activities and even more offices ready to enrich the student experience and to put students first.

Flu season is in full swing and University Health Services is offering vaccines for Mocs. Health Services delivers high quality healthcare that is holistic in nature and easily accessible for all UTC students. Services include, influenza (FLU) vaccines, treatment of acute illnesses, well-woman exams, physical exams, sexually transmitted infections evaluations, select immunizations, allergy shots, IV rehydration and physical therapy. Call their office, located at Maclellan Gym adjacent to Terrell Owens way, 423-425-2266 to setup an appointment.

The UTC Counseling Center staff embrace the unique identities of each student. They are committed to providing culturally competent counseling that is inclusive of our diverse student body in a safe, affirming space. Counseling is available in University Center, room 338, for students and intake hours are from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm daily. You may call for an appointment at: 423-425-4438. After 5:00 pm if you require after-hours services, please contact UTC Police at 423-425-4357 to obtain support.

The University Title XI office strives to prevent, address, and eliminate misconduct by responding to individual incidents, supporting those who have been harmed, and educating community members on how to create a safe and supportive campus that encourages healthy and respectful relationships. You may have seen Know More @ UTC flyer, advertising and signage around campus. The purpose is a comprehensive and collaborative prevention and education program about sexual misconduct, relationship violence and stalking. The Title XI Coordinator is Stephanie Rowland who can be reached by 423-425-4255.

List of other helpful on campus resources are:

We want to wish a happy 2020 to all students and remember to thinkSAFE this semester. Go Mocs!


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