University Points of Pride
- Offers the nationally and internationally recognized UT degree.
- Delivers quality undergraduate education with doctorally prepared faculty committed to teaching excellence.
- Offers rigorous graduate programs in agriculture, business, education and family and consumer sciences.
- Serves students with a dedicated faculty and staff who provide a caring and nurturing campus environment.
- Fosters close relationships with mentors and the opportunity to grow beyond the classroom through extracurricular activities and projects.
- Provides nationally accredited programs.
- Utilizes technologically-enhanced instruction including wireless access to the Internet.
- Excels in student preparation for professional schools, graduate school placements, and career licensure and certifications.
- Represents the enriching blend of people and ideas from more than 30 countries.
- Develops student leadership skills through service and leadership opportunities enhanced by more than 125 campus organizations.
- Competes in Division I athletics as a member of the Ohio Valley Conference.
- Maintains a residential, traditional campus located in a friendly and beautiful collegiate setting in Northwest Tennessee.
- Creates a campus environment which has been recognized for campus safety and grounds management.
- Provides travel opportunities to prepare students to live and work successfully in a global society.
- Serves as home for UT Online providing 24/7 access to selected undergraduate and graduate program offerings.
- The new $16.5 million, 96,000-square-foot Student Recreation Center is located at 95 Mt. Pelia Rd. on campus. The facility includes: four basketball courts that can convert into volleyball and badminton courts, walking/jogging balcony, three racquetball courts, fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment, classroom, multipurpose and aerobics room, locker rooms, equipment checkout space and office suite. It also has two lobbies, which provide additional leisure recreational opportunities – pool, foosball and air hockey.
- After recent completion of more than $20 million in capital and maintenance projects, almost $24 million in additional capital improvement projects are under way or set to begin at UT Martin, including projects through 2012. Among new projects, the Fine Arts Building is being renovated and more than 52,000 square feet of new construction added to the facility at a cost of $14 million.
- Offers the only dance-education teaching option in Tennessee.
- UT Martin brings at least $138.5 million annually in income to the state of Tennessee and supports more than 3,800 jobs, according to a study released in May 2010 by UT Knoxville's Center for Business and Economic Research.
- UT Martin was recognized by The Carnegie Foundation for community engagement and was named to the 2009 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement.
- UT Martin is home to two Tennessee Governor's Schools: the Tennessee Governor's School for the Humanities and the Tennessee Governor's School for the Agricultural Sciences.
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The outstanding academic achievements of undergraduate students at the University of Tennessee at Martin have been honored with publication of the Fall 2016 Chancellor's out of state Honor Roll and Fall 2016 Chancellor's in state Honor Roll.
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