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    Ayres Hall

    Built in 1921 and renovated in 2011, Ayres Hall is..

    Pedestrian Bridge

    Pedestrian Bridge serves as a link between the Ped..

    Student Union

    The Student Union functions as a hub for all those..

    Inside Student Union

    The Student Union was completed in the spring of 2..

    Inside Hodges Library

    One of five libraries located on campus, John C. H..

    Stokely Hall

    Built in the Spring of 2017, Stokely Hall is one o..

    Inside Tennessee Recreational Center for Students

    The Tennessee Recreation Center for Students, or “..

    Fred D. Brown Jr. Hall

    Built in 2014, Fred D. Brown hall kicked off the n..

    Morgan Hall

    Morgan Hall sits in the middle of our Herbert Coll..

    Haslam College of Business

    Ranked 27th amongst all public institutions in the..

    Ayres Hall

    Built in 1921 and renovated in 2011, Ayres Hall is the crown jewel of the University’s academic side. Home to the advising office for the largest college on campus (arts and sciences), students frequently take classes and meet with professors in the marble-floored hallways and offices. The clock tower was visible from the field at Neyland Stadium until 1948!

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    school information

    University Name The University of Tennessee-Knoxville
    Location 320 Student Services Building, KNOXVILLE, Tennessee, 37996
    General information 8659741000
    Year established 1794
    Type Public - Four or more years
    Highest Degree offered Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice
    Campus Setting Urban
    Total number of applicants 21764
    Percent of applicants admitted 79 %
    New admissions percent of total enrollment 31 %

    Test scores 25th Percentile * 75th Percentile **
    SAT Critical Reading and Writing 580 660
    SAT Math 570 670
    ACT Composite 24 30
    ACT English 24 33
    ACT Math 24 29

    *25% of students scored at or below
    **75% of students scored at or below
    - Data not available or not applicable for this institution

    Total enrollment 28894  
    Undergraduate enrollment 22815  
    Full-time undergrads 21489  
    Part-time undergrads 1326  
    Graduate enrollment 6079  
    Student body coed  
    Men 48%  
    Women 52%  

    • This institution grants a medical degree

    Degrees include:

    Agriculture Architecture Business
    Engineering Law Liberal Arts
    Nursing Veterinarian Psychology
    Natural Resources Education Computer Science
    Communications Biology Performing Arts
    Anthropology Chemistry Economics
    History International Studies Mathematics
    Philosophy Physics Political Science
    Spanish Pre-Pharmacy/Professional Broadcast & Digital Com
    Public Relations/Media Writing Elementary Certification Individualized Major
    Nursing—Bachelors Degree (BSN) Public Policy Sport Administration
    Accounting Business Administration Communication Studies
    Criminal Justice English Exercise and Sport Science
    Finance Human Resource Management Leadership
    Legal Studies (Pre-Law) Management Marketing
    Music Nursing - RN-BSN Physical Therapy
    Public Administration Sociology Sport & Recreation Management
    Theatre Undecided Executive MBA
    Educ - Child Development Educ - Early Childhood Educ - Elementary
    Educ - Middle Grades English Educ - Pre-K/Primary Educ - Secondary Biology
    Business Administration, B.S. Educ - Secondary English, ESOL Educ - Secondary Mathematics
    Educ - Secondary Soc Studies General Science Information Technology
    International Relations Government Graphic Design
    Interior Design Interdisciplinary Studies Agricultural Business
    Special Education Nutrition & Food Science Physical Education
    Family & Consumer Science Social Work Foreign Language

    Special programs

    • Distance learning opportunities
    • ROTC
    • Study abroad
    • On campus day care


    • Member of NAA
    • Member of NCAA

    Men sports Women sports
    • Basketball
    • Cross country
    • Golf
    • Soccer
    • Swimming & diving
    • Tennis
    • Track & field
    • Volleyball
    • Wrestling
    • Blog
    • Basketball
    • Cross country
    • Golf
    • Soccer
    • Swimming & diving
    • Tennis
    • Track & field
    • Volleyball
    • Wrestling
    • Blog

    Estimated expenses - undergrads In-state Out-of-state  
    Tuition $11332 $28522  
    Required fees $1932 $2162  
    Room and board $11482 $11482  

    Estimated financial aid - undergrads % Receiving Average Amount  
    Grant or scholarship aid 84% $10464  
    Pell grants 24% $4862  
    Federal student loan 40% $7648  

    * Information is based on Academic Year data provided by the National Center for Education Statistics. Please visit the school's official website for the most current information.

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