Tag: Enrollment

UT Martin hosts in-person Spring Preview Day April 10

The University of Tennessee at Martin Office of Undergraduate Admissions is hosting an in-person Spring Preview Day on April 10 for high school juniors and seniors interested in UT Martin.

Hill donation supports Skyhawk RISE Program

The University of Tennessee at Martin received a donation from Reggie Hill, a 1977 alumnus, to fund the Skyhawk Retention, Inclusion, Student-Success and Equity, or RISE, program on campus.

UT Martin reports fall enrollment decline but hopeful signs amid pandemic

The University of Tennessee at Martin reports 7,119 students enrolled for the 2020 fall semester, including both undergraduate and graduate students.

UT Martin Advisory Board discusses student-athletes, diversity plan, enrollment

The University of Tennessee at Martin Advisory Board met Friday, Sept. 18, to discuss the Skyhawk athletics program, the university’s diversity and inclusion plan, as well as enrollment.

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has partnered with ReUp Education Network to identify students across the globe who have “stopped out,” or temporarily withdrawn from college, to enroll at UT Martin and complete their degree. 

UT Martin hosts Future Skyhawk Roadshow for incoming students

The University of Tennessee at Martin Office of Undergraduate Admissions is hosting the Future Skyhawk Roadshow during June and July and will travel to 16 cities across Tennessee to aid incoming freshman and transfer students who need assistance completing their enrollment.

UT Martin to hold SOAR sessions and Transfer Orientation virtually

The University of Tennessee at Martin will hold all Summer Orientation and Registration (SOAR) and Transfer Orientation sessions virtually this summer in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

UT Martin four-year graduation rate increases after implementing ‘Soar in Four’

The University of Tennessee at Martin’s four-year graduation rate has increased 10.8 percent since proposing “Soar in Four,” the tuition model that encourages students to take at least 15 hours per semester in order to graduate in four years, in 2015.

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UT campuses propose unprecedented, across-the-board zero percent tuition increases

For the academic year that begins in fall 2020, all University of Tennessee campuses are proposing zero percent tuition increases to their individual advisory boards.

UT Martin extends priority merit scholarship deadline

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the University of Tennessee at Martin has extended its priority merit scholarship deadline until May 1 for first-year and transfer students.

 

 

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