Be One UT Values

The Be One UT values were created—with faculty, staff and student input—to define what UT is and should strive toward in the next decade.

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UT System Proposes In-state Tuition Benefits for Military Veterans

As millions of Americans celebrated the service and sacrifices made by men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces on Veterans Day, the University of Tennessee System proposed a new initiative that will allow military-affiliated students–veterans, active-duty military personnel, reservists, Tennessee National Guard members and Army and Air Force ROTC cadets—to attend a UT institution of their choosing at the in-state tuition rate.

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UT Tower is Underway

The University of Tennessee System will soon find a new home in downtown Knoxville, overlooking the historic Market Square.

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UT System Hires New E-Learning Training Coordinator

The Employee and Organizational Development (EOD) Office welcomed Dylan Siebert as its new e-learning training coordinator in August 2019. Prior to his current role, Siebert held positions in training and development and learning management system administration in the consumer-packaged goods and healthcare industries. He holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in economics from the University of … Continued

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“Everywhere You Look, UT.”

Last month, the UT System Office of Communications and Marketing launched a system-wide marketing campaign themed, “Everywhere You Look UT.” The campaign is intended to increase recognition and awareness of the statewide, connected nature of the UT system and its value to the state; and to grow internal and external support for the UT system … Continued

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