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Consumer Info & Student Right to Know

In compliance with Title IV and other federal and state disclosure laws, this list of consumer information that is available provides links to directly access the information. Prospective and current students may contact the respective office or the Office of the Dean of Students for assistance in obtaining the information.

General Information

Campus Facilities

Facilities Services:

Faculty & Instructional Personnel

Undergraduate programs, majors, and minors:


Faculty Senate:



Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA):

Graduation rates:

Withdrawal requirements:

Transfer of credit:

Financial Aid

Tuition and costs:

Financial aid, including scholarships, grants, loans, etc.:

Services for Students with Disabilities

Student Disability Services:


Campus Safety

General information:

UT Police Department:

Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy
and Campus Crime Statistics information:

Policy on a Drug Free Campus & Workplace

Aside from any university policy considerations, the use of illicit drugs and/or the misuse of alcohol may be harmful to your health. Some of the health risks associated with such use/misuse are described below.

Employees and their families needing treatment information should call their local Human Resources Office, Employee Assistance Program, or the State of Tennessee Employee Assistance Program (1-800-308-4934). Students needing treatment information should contact their campus Student Affairs Office, student health center, or counseling center.

Alcohol Misuse Health Risks

  • Liver – cirrhosis, alcoholic hepatitis
  • Heart – arrhythmias, cardiomyopathy, stroke
  • Cancer – of the mouth, esophagus, stomach, liver
  • Brain – change in mood/behavior, make it harder to think clearly or move with coordination
  • Pancreas – pancreatitis
  • Pregnant women – Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorderes
  • Death – Fourth leading preventable cause of death in US
  • Alcohol-Impaired Driving – 31% of all driving fatalities

Drug Use Health Risks

  • Brain – Seizures, stroke, change in impulse control
  • Kidneys – Kidney damage or failure
  • Heart – abnormal heart rate, heart attack
  • Infectious Disease – HIV, Hepatitis
  • Pregnant Women – miscarriage, premature birth, low birth weight, neonatal abstinence syndrome
  • Death – 1 in 4 deaths are attributable to alcohol, tobacco, or prescription drug use


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