We are rolling out the orange carpet for you!
Be a Vol! Our Admission Application for 2015 (spring, summer,fall) is now LIVE!
You’ll be in fantastic company here. Our student body represents the best from the state of Tennessee, forty-nine other states, and more than ninety countries. We offer more than 170 undergraduate degree programs, including several honors programs, and we award $28 million in annual scholarships.
How to Apply
The applications for the coming year are available in early August. Be sure to log into/create your Vol in Progress (VIP) account and apply for admission and scholarships. There are priority application deadlines and regular application deadlines in the fall. We begin sending admission decisions in December.
As a VIP, you can also check your application status, schedule campus visits, register for events, get campus updates, and learn more about our programs.
If you’re a first-time freshman applicant who plans to apply to UT and other schools, you can use the Common Application. Fill out your application once and submit it along with your documents to any school that participates.
Types of Applicants
UT recognizes several types of undergraduate admission applicants. Find out your category to determine more about your application deadline and the submission process. If you’re a transfer student, you can also learn what credits will count toward your degree at UT.
Our admission requirements are made up of: core academic subjects, core GPA, standardized test scores, and other individual factors.
Freshmen: If you want to be admitted to the College of Architecture & Design, Engineering, or Nursing, there are special requirements that will affect your application process.
Transfer students: If you want to be admitted to certain colleges, you will have to meet special requirements.
In-state Student or Out of State?
You should also find out if you qualify as an in-state student or an out-of-state student. The answer helps determine how much it costs for you to attend UT.
The Registrar’s Office handles your residency classification. For more information, contact a classification officer.