Sells tickets to cultural attractions, events, concerts, community events, and Six Flags over Georgia, as well as KAT (Knoxville Area Transit) bus passes. Note: Clarence Brown Theatre handles tickets for UT Theatre productions, and Tennessee Athletics handles tickets for games and athletic events.
Feeds students, faculty, and staff at more than 30 campus facilities ranging from traditional cafeteria-style dining halls to fast food and coffee shops. Manages meal plans and regulations.
Event Services (Reservations)
101 Panhellenic, 865-974-3451
Schedules venues for meetings and events in the Panhellenic Building, Dunford Hall, and other campus facilities.
Provides a centralized source for assistance with financial aid and scholarships.
Provides complete evaluation and treatment services for speech, language, and hearing problems while providing clinical education to graduate and undergraduate students.
Provides individual, marital, family, and group psychotherapy, and psychological or psycho-educational evaluations, carried out by doctoral students under faculty supervision.
Provides a home away from home for more than 7,000 students, with resources for helping both residents and commuters experience their best life on campus and meet their personal and academic goals. Manages housing contracts and regulations.
Streamlines the most common admissions, enrollment, registration, financial aid, and payment services at one location, providing knowledgeable, friendly, and convenient service on the ground floor of Hodges Library, by phone at 865-974-1111, by e-mail at email@example.com, and through a variety of online services.
Manages parking facilities, registration of motor vehicles and bicycles, and fees, penalties, and appeals for parking violations; campus-wide transportation service through the T transit system.
Provides full US Post Office services, including stamp sales; postal box rentals; processing of parcels, express, registered, certified, and insured mail; and postal money order sales. A campus mail drop is available.
Covers student perspectives with the Daily Beacon, a daily newspaper, and the Phoenix, a literary arts magazine published each semester. These official university student publications offer learning opportunities in editing, writing, graphic design, electronic publishing, computer applications, advertising sales, marketing, and photography for students who desire collaborative, co-curricular experiences. The Student Publications Board appoints senior editors for the editorially independent publications. Participation is open to all university students in good standing. Applications are available in the Office of Student Media or online.
Offers a variety of copying and graphic design services, including regular and color copies, black-and-white and color banners and posters, computer-generated graphics, lamination, buttons, and faxes.
Produces and manages the university ID card used to access a wide range of services, including VolCard accounts, meal plans, access to designated areas, and more.
Offers new and used textbooks, ebooks and textbook rentals, school supplies, art supplies, graduation merchandise and services, collegiate items and apparel, calculators, personal computers, health and beauty aids, and many other items—including team-worn merchandise and collector items not available elsewhere. Eight stores serve the campus, including the VolShop, VolBooks, VolTech, and VolSnacks located in the Student Union; branch stores located in the Art and Architecture building, at University Commons, and at Seventeenth and Cumberland; and the Tennessee Official Team Shop at Gate 20 in Neyland Stadium. You can also shop online anytime at shop.utk.edu. All proceeds from the VolShop benefit the Knoxville campus through student scholarships, community outreach, and campus building projects.