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University of Tennessee Martin

Bachelor's programmes

Humanities (5)
Education & Training (3)
Arts, Design & Architecture (2)
Computer Science & IT (2)
Natural Sciences & Mathematics (2)
Applied Sciences & Professions (1)
Law (1)
Medicine & Health (1)



  • From the founding in 1900 of Hall-Moody Institute, through the establishment in 1927 of UT Junior College, to today’s status as a comprehensive public university, UT Martin is committed to preparing students for success in the global economy.


  • Educational Outreach offers courses in different distance learning formats and mediums of delivery. Courses are offered in Martin and at our educational outreach locations in a traditional classroom format, by interactive compressed video, online, and in a combination of mediums. This website is dedicated to assisting individuals, organizations, and businesses in meeting their educational needs.


  • The mission of the Office of Institutional Research supports the University's planning, evaluation, and assessment processes through collecting, analyzing, and disseminating quantitative and qualitative research results.


  • One of the most significant decisions you will make in your life is your career. At UT Martin, it starts with deciding on a major and exploring career-related goals. If you are not sure what path to follow, personal career assistance is available to you.

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Student services

To encourage the development of the Physical Education and Athletic Departments the University of Tennessee began construction on the Physical Education Building in late 1929. When the building opened its doors in 1930 it was considered to be the most modern facility of its t

Housing services

Welcome to the University of Tennessee at Martin's Campus Recreation program, a Division of Student Affairs. Campus Recreation offers programs to the campus community which include intramural sports, aquatics, fitness, leisure recreation, sport clubs and much more. We encourage everyone to play and get involved.

Library services

The Paul Meek Library supports the University of Tennessee at Martin's mission as a diverse community of learning. We provide access to information, resources, and services that meet the curricular, research, professional, intellectual, creative, and personal needs of the UTM community.

ICT services

We partner everyday with tremendously creative and inspiring people to build engaging digitial experiences for learning and the Web. The Instructional Technology Center (ITC) helps university instructors create and maintain high quality learning environments. We provide access to practical tools, relevant data, prompt and effective support, consultation, and hands-on training.

Student Life

Campus life

The main campus is located in Northwest Tennessee about 125 miles northeast of Memphis, 150 miles northwest of Nashville and 60 miles north of Jackson.

Sports facilities

A Sport Club is a recognized student organization that exists to promote and develop interest in a particular sport or physical activity. A club may be instructional, recreational, or competitive or may involve any combination. Sport Clubs are strictly voluntary. Involvement in a sport club enhances the student's collegiate experience and contributes to the student's overall education.

Student clubs

Student organizations help to serve the various needs and interests of students at the University of Tennessee Martin. With organizations ranging from a variety of categories, any student will find it easy to 'get-in' where they 'fit-in'. Student Organizations are a vital part of campus life and a great way for students to get involved on campus and in the community.


  • Institution-wide accreditation is governed by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), the regional accrediting agency governed by the U.S. Department of Education. All SACSCOC member institutions undergo full review of accreditation every ten years and submit a fifth-year interim report between the decennial reviews.

Student Reviews

UT Martin Good Academics, Poor Social Life
Jessica Davis rated 4 out of 5 stars

The professors in the department of communications truly care about their students and are true professionals in their own careers. The social life on campus is less than satisfactory and does not bring the campus together but rather divides people into groups with very distinct lines.

Martin, Tennessee, United States

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