UT Knoxville faculty and staff are invited to an informational program on Oct. 19 to learn about benefits their children can receive if they choose to attend the University of Tennessee. The program, “Just for You,” will be held from 6 p.m. to 7:30 pm at the UT Visitors Center.
UT Knoxville’s priority application deadline — which incoming freshmen for the 2011-2012 academic year must meet to be considered for competitive scholarships and the Chancellor’s Honors Program — is Nov. 1, less than a month away. The regular admissions deadline of Dec. 1 is also just around the corner.
When UT Knoxville Undergraduate Admissions Director Vern Granger moved to town and went house hunting, HGTV’s popular show “House Hunters” went along.
Starting this week, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will take its “Orange and White Tour” across the state to help prospective students and their parents learn more about UT Knoxville. In addition, an open house for high school seniors and their families will be held on the Knoxville campus on Oct. 16.
The 4,200 freshmen who will begin classes at UT Knoxville on Aug. 17 once again comprise one of the most academically accomplished classes the university has ever welcomed.
Vern Granger, undergraduate admissions director for UT Knoxville, has been named president-elect of the Southern Association for College Admission Counseling. His nomination was approved by the membership on April 20.
The UT Knoxville Office of Undergraduate Admissions is now taking applications for its student recruiting group. Student recruiters serve a key role for the campus as the primary ambassadors for the university and connection with potential students and families during open houses, campus visits, staffing the Visitors Center and other events and programs.
UT Knoxville’s application deadline for incoming freshmen for the 2010-2011 academic year is Tuesday, Dec. 1. Vern Granger, director of undergraduate admissions and assistant dean of enrollment services, said applications have been coming in this year at a steady pace and that UT seeks to admit students who demonstrate the ability to succeed at UT.
UT Knoxville’s priority application deadline – which incoming freshmen for the 2010-2011 academic year must meet to be considered for competitive scholarships and the Chancellor’s Honors Program – is Nov. 1, only nine days away. And the regular admissions deadline of Dec. 1 is also just around the corner.