Learn from the best.
Our faculty includes internationally recognized researchers and leaders in their fields who pride themselves in motivating, mentoring, and learning from their students.
Learn beyond the classroom.
UT values experiential learning, giving you opportunities for hands-on learning through civic engagement, real-world problem solving, and more.
Make your degree work for you.
Our strong four-year graduation rate means our students are graduating earlier, lowering their total educational cost, and graduating with less debt. By beginning your college career at UT, you’ll start working toward your four-year degree on day one. Our advisors will work closely with you to keep you on track toward graduation.
Count on your Volunteer family.
Our Volunteer family is a community of 235,000+ alumni, who have distinguished themselves in their careers and in their service to others. Our global alumni network opens doors for UT students no matter where their career aspirations take them.
UT is consistently named a top college value by The Princeton Review and Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.
More than 80% of our graduates are employed full-time or in graduate school or internships within six months of graduation.*
*According to the 2016 survey of recent UT graduates
Finance Your UT Education
One Stop Student Services is your source for answers on financial aid, student accounts, registration, and records. Visit the One Stop website for complete information about scholarships and financial aid, tuition and fees, and payment plans. You can contact One Stop by phone 865-974-1111 (Monday–Friday, 8 am–5 pm EST), email, or in person. It’s located on the ground floor of Hodges Library at 1015 Volunteer Boulevard.