Confirm your enrollment
The Enrollment Deposit Fee
All first time entering freshmen, transfer students, and international students in the Summer or Fall of an academic year are required to pay the non-refundable $250 enrollment deposit fee. The fee is credited to the student’s first semester fees. You may submit the enrollment fee either online or by mail.
Please call (865) 974-2184 or email our office if you have questions regarding the enrollment deposit or if you need assistance with your student ID. .
The following students are not required to pay the enrollment deposit fee:
- First time freshmen entering in the Spring of an academic year.
- Transfer students entering in the Spring of an academic year
- Readmission students (formerly enrolled UT students who have been readmitted)
- High School or College/University Visiting students
- Non-degree seeking students
- Graduate students
- International freshman and transfer students entering in the Spring of an academic year.
The online enrollment deposit system is now open.
Print the confirmation form and mail to us with your money order (no personal checks accepted).
Please mail the completed form and money order to:
320 Student Services Building
Knoxville, TN 37996
» Still Need to Confirm?
» Where Will You Live?
After you confirm your enrollment, you will receive a housing contract by e-mail and will be able to request your housing preference. The date you confirm establishes your housing priority. Please contact University Housing with questions.
» Orient Yourself.
After you confirm your enrollment, please register for an orientation session at the Student Orientation & Leadership Development website. Incoming international students must attend an orientation session conducted by the Center for International Education.
» Get the Summer School Advantage
Come to UT this this summer for the second summer session and get a jump-start on your new life as a Vol.
Arriving in Knoxville during the summer allows you more time to get to know the campus and the city before the fall rush. Plus, you'll be able to take advantage of the smaller classes and more personal attention that summer school offers.