Nearly 600 of the freshmen, or about 13 percent of the class, are enrolled in UT honors programs.
Veterans can now qualify for in-state tuition and fees as long as you haven’t been dishonorably discharged from a branch of the US Armed Forces or the National Guard, and you’re eligible for Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits or Montgomery GI Bill benefits.
A change to Tennessee law provides new residency rules for certain students who are US citizens and whose parents are undocumented. The UT Registrar’s Office makes the residency classification for students.
Fourteen students from Tennessee and one from Florida have been named to the university’s premier four-year scholarship program.
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