Points of Pride

  • Tennessee is ranked No. 1 in the nation by the Environmental Protection Agency for green power consumption by a university.
  • Tennessee law students demonstrated true Volunteer spirit during the 2015–2016 year, performing a record 10,057 hours of pro bono service for charitable and nonprofit organizations.
  • Tennessee's graduate programs in supply chain management, nuclear engineering, printmaking, and legal training and writing, are in the top 10 among all public U.S. universities.
  • Tennessee's unique collaboration with Oak Ridge National Laboratory drives global improvements in advanced materials, energy, nuclear science, and supercomputing.
  • Ninety-three percent of Tennessee undergraduate students receive financial aid or scholarships and almost a third receive Pell Grants. Nearly half of UT students graduate debt free.