One hundred years ago, UT held its first Homecoming celebration. Three hundred alumni attended. This year, thousands of Volunteers are expected to participate in Homecoming activities which begin Sunday, October 30, and culminate next weekend with the UT vs. Tennessee Tech football game and several events, including a free Saturday-night concert on Market Square. This
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This year marks the 100th Anniversary of UTK’s first Homecoming and the Center for Student Engagement has multiple ways that faculty and staff on campus can get involved. From a 5K Fun Run to the Office Decorating Contest or a Car Show to Baking and Costume Contests, there is something for everyone in our campus community. Registration closes
This year, thousands of students, alumni, faculty, and staff will show their Volunteer spirit during Homecoming, scheduled for November 8–14. The Vols will take on the University of North Texas at noon Saturday, November 14, in Neyland Stadium.
A veterans reunion, the annual campus parade, and a commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Morrill Act are among the events highlighting this year’s Homecoming celebrations. Homecoming events begin Sunday and culminate on Saturday, November 3, when the football Vols take on Troy in Neyland Stadium. Kickoff is at noon.
UT Knoxville welcomes football fans and alumni to campus Saturday for Homecoming. Kickoff for the Volunteers’ game against the Rebels of the University of Mississippi is scheduled for 12:11 p.m. ET. Gates open at 10 a.m. CBS Sports will televise the game.
UT Knoxville will “Rocky Top the Rebels” during this year’s Homecoming festivities set for today through Nov. 13. From the traditional Friday afternoon parade to the Saturday pregame Party in the Park, people of all ages can celebrate UT traditions.
UT will “Rock ‘n’ Roll the Tigers!” during this year’s Homecoming festivities set for Nov. 1-8. From the traditional Friday afternoon parade to the pre-game Party in the Park, all members of the UT community can celebrate UT traditions at events for all ages. Homecoming’s anchor event will be the Volunteers’ football game against the Memphis Tigers at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7.