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October 02, 2017
9:00 am—4:00 pm
Do you dream of Big Orange and Big Ideas? Does the phrase “Top 25 public research university” make you want to press the submit button for your online application? Is your nickname scholarships? When you’re a prospective honors student, UT has a lot to offer you.
We hope you will join us on campus this fall and learn about the great opportunities available at UT, particularly in one of our honors programs.
We invite high school seniors who have had their ACT, SAT, or PSAT scores sent to UT or those who have allowed the testing agencies to sell their scores and contact information to us. General criteria for invitations are prospective students who have a 31 or higher ACT composite or a 1420 or higher SAT composite (ERW+M) or 200 PSAT.
There is limited space available at our Scholars Invitational events, so we encourage you to register early.
Log into your VIP account to register for this event. After registering, you will receive an email with a link to confirm your registration.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
At the invitational, you’ll hear about Experience Learning, Honors and Scholars Programs, and students talking about the campus experience. Make some selections from our morning breakout sessions to learn about international program, student research, health professions programs, and leadership and service. Join us for lunch and afterward meet with faculty and academic advisors in your college of interest. The afternoon program for parents highlights the admission process, scholarships, housing and dining, with a lively Q&A. Afterwards, students and families get back together for optional walking tours of the heart of campus and of Neyland Stadium, or you can strike out on your own with our handy campus map.
Each program will begin at 9:00 a.m. at the Frieson Black Cultural Center. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. The morning program will be held at the Frieson Black Cultural Center. An e-mail with additional information, including parking directions, will be sent to participants four days before each date.