Quick Facts

"From the founding in 1900 of Hall-Moody Institute, through the establishment in 1927 of UT Junior College, to today’s status as a comprehensive public university, the University of Tennessee at Martin is committed to preparing students for success in the global economy."

Students
  • UT Martin has more than 7,400 students representing 41 states and 17 countries.
  • Hundreds of students participate annually in internship, clinical and educational placements in business, hospital, school, government and non-profit settings.
  • Faculty
  • More than 71% of full-time faculty hold the highest degree in their field.
  • More than 80% of classes have fewer than 30 students.
  • Costs
  • Tuition (in-state): $3,168
  • Fees: $539
  • Housing (Ellington/Browning Resident Halls: $1,390
  • Meals (15-Meal Plan): $1,373.47
  • Books: $750
  • Total: $7,263.47
  • Financial Aid
  • Approximately 90% of students receive some form of financial aid.
  • $17.1 million awarded in grants.
  • $19.9 million awarded in scholarships.
  • 2010 Official 3-year Cohort Default Rate: 14.5%
  • 2011 Unofficial 3-year Cohort Default Rate: 12.9%
  • Official Cohort Default Rates are published annually each fall
  • Academics
  • 17 undergraduate degrees with more than 80 specialized concentrations
  • Four graduate degree with 14 specialized concentration.
  • Safety
  • UT Martin is among the safest four-year public college campuses in Tennessee.
  • Facilities
  • Campus facilities include: Three traditional residence halls; two apartment-style complexes; a 96,000-square-foot Student Recreation Center; the Paul Meek Library that houses about a third of a million bound books and another 150,000 e-books and Captain’s Coffee; the Boling University Center with cafeteria, food court, bookstore, recreation room and computer lab.
  • UT Martin centers are located in Jackson, Parsons, Ripley and McNairy County/Selmer.
  • Clubs and Organizations
  • Approximately 2,300 students are involved in approximately 175 clubs and student organizations.
  • Good Works
  • Many students are involved in community and academic service-learning, contributing thousands of volunteer hours.
  • Rankings
  • Listed as a top-tier university among southern, master’s level institutions in the 2014 edition of America’s Best Colleges, compiled by U.S.News & World Report.
  • Named a “Best College in the Southeast” by The Princeton Review for 11 consecutive years.
  • Named among the nation’s “Best Value” colleges and universities for 2013 by The Princeton Review.
  • Listed in America’s 100 Best College Buys for eight consecutive years by Institutional Research & Evaluation Inc.
  • UT Martin’s online degree programs ranked among the most affordable in the nation by Affordable Colleges Online.
  • Ranked first in the state among public universities for student satisfaction.