Latimer-Smith Engineering and Science Building dedicated

Bill and Carol Latimer believe in the power of education to change lives. Their commitment to education inspired the Union City couple’s $6.5 million gift that made possible the new Latimer-Smith Engineering and Science Building at the University of Tennessee at Martin. Continue reading Latimer-Smith Engineering and Science Building dedicated

Increases in HOPE Scholarships, historic UT investments among those included in FY22-23 state budget

The Tennessee General Assembly has passed its FY22-23 budget, which includes funding for student scholarships, salary increases for higher education employees across the state, plus millions in new investments for campuses and institutes within the University of Tennessee System. Continue reading Increases in HOPE Scholarships, historic UT investments among those included in FY22-23 state budget

Tennessee General Assembly fully funds UT Martin ‘TEST Hub’

The proposed Tennessee Entrepreneurial Science and Technology (TEST) Hub at the University of Tennessee at Martin took a major step forward Thursday when the Tennessee General Assembly completely funded the $18 million facility in a budget appropriations amendment. Continue reading Tennessee General Assembly fully funds UT Martin ‘TEST Hub’

UT System proposes in-state tuition benefits for military veterans

As millions of Americans celebrate 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 is proposing 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. Continue reading UT System proposes in-state tuition benefits for military veterans