The University of Tennessee is a public university located in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States. Established in 1794, it is a sun and land grant university and has ties with a number of research laboratories in the country.
|Annual Endowment||1.100 billion USD|
|Student Retention Rate||86%|
|Mode of Program||Full time; Part time; online|
|Campus housing facility||33%|
|Annual cost of Attendance||49,120 USD|
Programs, Campus & Residence
- More than 900 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs are offered through 11 colleges.
- Popular majors are - Business, Management, Marketing; Engineering; Parks, Recreation, Leisure, and Fitness Studies; Communication, Journalism; and Social Sciences.
- The university has a campus of 2,128 acres with 12 housing halls providing on-campus residence to 33% of the student population
University of Tennessee Admission Process
|Requirements||Transcripts, LOR, SOP|
|English Proficiency Test||TOEFL/IELTS|
|Application Fee||UG programs - USD 50; Graduate programs – Varies|
|Intake Season||Spring – October 15; Summer – March 15; Fall – June 15|
|Additional Requirements||Resume; copy of passport; proof of financial support|
Applications for UG programs must be submitted through Common Application or the official website and for graduate programs on the official website.
Cost of Attendance & Financial Aids
|Expense||Cost in USD|
|Tuition and Fees||31,160|
|Room and Board||10,696|
|Books and Supplies||1,598|
- USD 60 million are invested in student financial aid every year by the university.
- 58% of students are awarded some form of financial aid.
- Average need-based scholarship offered is of USD 10,498.
The 382,000 alumni of the university have benefits like career services, athletic programs, scholarships and professional development sessions.