From our roads to our schools and hospitals, you don’t have to look far to see the positive impact the University of Tennessee is making on the state.
As a land-grant university, UT has always been committed to creating opportunities for more Tennesseans to receive an affordable high-quality education, and the funding of scholarships is one of the ways this accessibility is accomplished.
College of Architecture and Design professors have received national recognition for teaching students to design and build a new education center at a Knoxville community farm.
A humble kiosk, designed and built to deliver clean, potable water, has changed the lives of residents in Clay County, Kentucky.
The Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy continues to advance the mission of the late “Great Conciliator.”
The McClung Museum offers shared learning experiences for native Spanish speakers and promotes the museum as an accessible and welcoming space.
Our University-Assisted Community Schools (UACS) program has enhanced educational opportunities for more than 1,200 children.
To inspire a love of science in the minds of elementary schoolers, UT students mix education and experimentation with a ton of fun.
Underneath the thousands of pages of reading and dozens of assignments on their plates lies the real reason why most students enter law school in the first place: to help people.