Your students are going to change the world, and UT is the place to do it. As a leader in the state and our region, UT continues to be ranked among the best national colleges. We offer more than 170 undergraduate degree programs, award $28 million annually in scholarships, and we’re on a journey to the Top 25.

UT is a very popular place to earn a degree. We have more than 21,000 undergraduates from over ninety countries and all fifty states. Most of our undergraduates are full-time, and admission is selective with a fairly low transfer-in rate.

Students can create their own individual academic experiences by working on cutting-edge technologies with undergraduate research faculty mentors. They can also apply for our honors programs, earn grants for independent research, and join one of our Living and Learning Communities.

Here are some of our bragging rights: The College of Business Administration’s specialty in supply chain management and logistics is ranked 7th nationally and 5th among public universities. The undergraduate business program is ranked 27th among public universities, and our undergraduate engineering program is ranked 32nd among public universities.

UT students also have access to a variety of support services that help them achieve their goals inside and outside the classroom.

Spring Counselor Open House & Workshop

High school counselors are invited to join us each spring to learn the latest about the undergraduate admissions process and enrollment data, the latest core requirements, and new programs for entering students. Be part of a mock admissions committee and take a campus tour.

Information That Helps Counselors Help Students

Admission requirements

Application information

Admissions Programs and Events

Find out about programs of interest to you and programs to suggest to your students and their families. There are campus tours; academic showcases; and meetings with admissions staff, students, and faculty, in Knoxville or at other locations.