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UT VolCorps Program

The VolCorps Program is an umbrella organization that brings together:

  • Ambassadors – Members work primarily as the official tour guides of the university.
  • ME4UT – Scholars help promote UT’s diversity advantage to all prospective students and communities.
  • Volunteer Team – Members work primarily with prospective student athletes.

Students who are VolCorps Program members work with admission recruitment programs and provide support for the Undergraduate Admissions Office.


Interested in being a tour guide?  Fill out our interest form!

The Ambassadors are the principal student liaisons for prospective students and their parents visiting the UT campus. These students play an integral role by aiding in the recruitment of the best and brightest future Vols through the UT Campus Visit Program. The Ambassadors lead daily campus tours for visiting families and giving a student’s perspective of what it’s like to be a true Volunteer at the University of Tennessee.

Applications are accepted in early Spring 2019, and the link to the application will be posted soon.

On November 5 & 6, 2018, we will host interest sessions in the Hodges Library Auditorium.  We will have a brief presentation and answer any questions you may have.  Current Ambassadors will be on hand to share their experiences and get to know you!

For more information, please contact our Recruitment Chair, Audrey Davis at


Minority Enhancement for The University of Tennessee (ME4UT) Scholars assist the Office of Undergraduate Admissions in promoting the diversity advantage of the University of Tennessee. ME4UT Scholars attend on and off-campus recruitment events, host prospective students and their families, create partnerships with communities, and plan and execute on-campus, overnight experiences. Application and selection for ME4UT happens in the spring term. Any interested students may contact Adam Smith, Associate Director for Diversity Recruitment via email at

Volunteer Team

This team meets with and provides important information to prospective athletes and their families. Team members have the opportunity to share their knowledge of UT and its great traditions, including the outstanding varsity athletic programs.

Applications are due in early Spring 2019.  Applications must be turned into the Undergraduate Admissions office at 320 Student Services Building.  You will sign up for a first round interview when you turn in your application.  Applications turned in earlier will have a better selection of first round interview times.

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