When struggling first-generation students come to Vice Chancellor Tyvi Small for help, he understands their needs.
In 2019, Clay Jones (’71) and his wife, Debbie, made a landmark gift in support of the university’s Center for Leadership and Service.
Alumna Anne Buckle (’11) is using her education to teach teen refugees to express themselves.
Our students have made a difference in communities nationwide through the VOLbreaks program.
UT alumni live the Volunteer Creed: “One that beareth a torch shadoweth oneself to give light to others.”
The title of Torchbearer is the highest honor UT bestows on select graduating seniors for their academic excellence and service to others. Take a look at a few of the athletes who have earned the honor.
For the 150 children who have various disabilities and the 200 UT students who spend a week as counselors, Camp Koinonia is an experience that lasts a lifetime.