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Johnson seeks to help students through Call Me MiSTER program

“You have to make sure you have the experience; don’t let the experience have you.”

UT Martin Parsons student becomes first-ever to graduate nursing program in three years

On May 2, 2020, Clenney, who studied at the University of Tennessee at Martin Parsons Center, became the first student in UT Martin history to graduate the nursing program in three years.

UT Martin recreational facilities only open to students this fall

The University of Tennessee at Martin Student Recreation Center, Elam Center and swimming pool will reopen Aug. 17 to registered UT Martin students, but will remain closed to the public in response to safety and health concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

UT Foundation Inc. reports record-breaking number of donors

The University of Tennessee Foundation Inc. (UTFI) generated its highest number of donors in the system’s history as 67,281 donors gave over $196 million in commitments during the 2019-20 fiscal year.

UT Martin seeks stop-out students to complete degrees

The University of Tennessee at Martin has partnered with ReUp Education Network to identify students across the globe who have “stopped out,” or temporarily withdrawn from college, to enroll at UT Martin and complete their degree. 

McCloud named interim chief diversity and inclusion officer

Dr. Mark McCloud has been named interim chief diversity and inclusion officer at the University of Tennessee at Martin and will assume duties Aug. 1.

‘The Hawk’ earns multiple Tennessee Associated Press awards

The University of Tennessee at Martin student-run radio station WUTM-FM 90.3 “The Hawk” won 13 awards at the Tennessee Associated Press 2020 College competition, including four first-place awards and Best of Show in radio.

Chancellor’s Corner: Campus Culture & Moving Forward

I want to thank so many of our students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends who have reached out to me over the past several weeks as we work to address racial justice and diversity issues.

Response by UT Martin Student Affairs to racial video

I want to provide an update on our investigation into the racially-charged video that was distributed broadly across social media last week. 

UT Martin introduces video game design certificate to begin in the fall

The University of Tennessee at Martin departments of computer science and visual and theatre arts have partnered to create a Video Game Design Certificate that will debut this fall for students and design professionals interested in entering the video game industry.



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