Five years after graduation, Azsha White reflects on how the university shaped her future.
A student organization gives students opportunities to get outside, serve others, and catch fish.
Students explore their leadership potential through the Volunteer Impact Academy.
From the moment students first arrive on campus, the Jones Center for Leadership and Service provides them with the opportunity to be a part of something bigger than themselves.
Jack Neely (’81) has a passion for educating people about UT’s history and that of its hometown, Knoxville.
From cow’s milk on the farm to ice cream on Gay Street, an alumna-led business shows what it means to work hard and love harder.
The iconic Torchbearer statue is a symbol of enlightenment, leadership, and service.
UT’s scenic design program and Clarence Brown Theatre put Josafath Reynoso on a path to global recognition.