Campus Connections

Do you know the academic college where you want to study or the major you want to pursue? We have an opportunity that gives you an in-depth experience as a student in that discipline. Campus Connections is an optional academic showcase available during your Campus Visit Program. Throughout the week, UT academic colleges host prospective students and arrange advisor appointments, building tours, or visits they coordinate individually.

Each academic college sets up its own visits. You should work directly with the college you’re interested in to make your arrangements.

Honors and Scholars Program

We invite you to experience a typical day in the life of an honors student. Students participating in the Host-A-Student Program have the opportunity to attend a class, learn more about your campus interests, and enjoy lunch with a current honors student.

College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources

Do you want to help the world? In the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR), our alumni play an important role in improving the quality of our lives and the health of the planet. CASNR Ambassadors are available to provide personal tours of the Ag Campus and information to prospective students and their families. Schedule your session online or call 865-974-7303. Please provide a 48-hour notice for all tours.

College of Architecture & Design

Campus visits are conducted each week on Monday and Friday. Architecture and Interior Design visits are scheduled from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. You should plan visits around your UT campus tour. You and your family will meet with a faculty member who will also take you on a tour of the Art & Architecture Building. To schedule a visit with the College of Architecture and Design, call 865-974-3232.

First-year students can live in our living and learning community, Design.

College of Arts & Sciences

The College of Arts and Sciences is the most diverse academic unit at UT, including 23 academic departments and schools, as well as 17 centers and institutes. The college offers a wide variety of majors in the natural sciences, humanities, social sciences, and fine arts, as well as a majority of the general education courses required for every undergraduate student at UT Knoxville.

If you’d like to learn more about the College of Arts & Sciences during your campus visit, schedule a meeting with a faculty member in your area of interest. The link below will take you to the departmental contact information you need to make the arrangements.

If you’re not certain about your major, if you’re considering a career in law or a health profession, or if you have general questions about the college and its curriculum, schedule a meeting with an advisor in Arts & Sciences Advising Services during your campus visit. To do this, call Advising Services at 865-974-4481, and tell them you’re a prospective student. To guarantee that an advisor will be available, please make arrangements three weeks before your campus visit.

College of Business Administration

Business is always evolving. From Venture, our freshmen living learning community, to the international experience, the College of Business Administration has many tools to prepare students for the ever-evolving business world. If you’re interested in a business major, we encourage you to come learn about the curriculum, programs, and opportunities we offer students.

One of the highlights of your visit is a tour of the James A. Haslam II Business Building with a CBA Student Ambassador. This state-of-the-art business building provides the College of Business Administration with a world-class teaching and learning facility. To schedule a tour and learn more, call 865-974-2947. Please make arrangements at least three weeks before your campus visit.

College of Communication and Information

The CCI Ambassadors help the College of Communication and Information with student recruiting, alumni relations, community outreach, student retention, college events, and they help the college tell its story to a variety of important constituents. Prospective students can contact CCI Ambassadors to request a campus tour, learn more about the college, or discuss communication as a potential career. Visit the CCI Land Ambassadors website to learn more and schedule a visit.

College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences

The College of Education, Health, & Human Sciences aims to make a significant difference in peoples’ lives through its programs of study, research, and outreach. The college departments have a challenging array of majors and minors for students. To complement our commitment to classroom excellence, the college promotes hands-on learning through internships and action-based research. We want our students to graduate with the academic knowledge and practical skills essential to enter today’s competitive workforce as capable and experienced professionals.

If you want to learn more about the College of Education, Health & Human Sciences, call our Office of Student Services at 865-974-8194 to schedule an appointment with an academic advisor.

College of Engineering

Ambassadors from the College of Engineering will share information about student life for freshmen and transfers; the various engineering majors; the Engineering Fundamentals first-year experience; our living and learning communities Engage, Riser, and ECAP; scholarships; honors programs; and much more.

You should schedule this showcase after you make arrangements for your campus visit. You can request your tour online. Please register at least three weeks ahead of time, to help facilitate our schedule.

College of Nursing

The College of Nursing is a nationally-recognized leader in the education of highly-skilled, visionary nurses. The undergraduate program in nursing combines the unique resources of the UT campus with those of area hospitals, health care agencies, and rural and urban clinics in a manner that enables faculty and students to participate fully in all facets of the health care delivery system.

To visit the College of Nursing during the spring 2014 semester, please register for one of the college’s spring Open House events. If you wish to visit on a date that is not listed as an Open House date, please call the Student Services Office at 865-974-7606 to request an additional appointment time.

First-year students may be interested in our living and learning community, Pulse.