UTC Athletic Training Room - The UTC Athletic Training Room is the main facility for the intercollegiate athletes at UTC. It is located on the 1st floor of the McKenzie Arena and is staffed by a head athletic trainer, 5 assistant athletic trainers, and 4 graduate assistants.
UTC Sports Injury Research Lab – The UTC Sports Injury Research Lab is the main lab used by the Graduate Athletic Training Students for class lectures, laboratory sessions and research. There are several examination tables, hydrocollator and cryotherapy units and various other modalities supplied each semester. Many of the modalities are supplied by The Chattanooga Group, Inc. The UTC Sports Injury Research Lab is currently equipped a Biodex Multi-Joint System III, a Trazer interactive exercise and testing kiosk, a BOD POD Gold Standard Body Composition Tracking System is an Air Displacement Plethysmograph, and a Biodex Gait Training Treadmill with Pulse Oximeter.
Finley Stadium Davenport Field – Constructed in 1997, this state of the art facility seats 20,668 fans, including 32 luxury sky boxes and 3,465 preferred seats with chair-backs. The stadium originally had a natural grass playing field, but was replaced in May 2005 with a new state-of-the-art artificial turf surface installed by TC Thiolon USA and Precision Sports Fields Inc., a giant matrix screen, and the Stadium Club for pre or post-game functions. The press box can hold 60 media representatives, has 3 radio booths and a television broadcast booth. Identical home and visitors’ locker rooms each contain a separate athletic training area and coaches locker room, as well as an extensive player locker room area. Since it's opening UTC and Finley Stadium have played host the NCAA Division I-AA National Football Championship. It also hosts high school football, national lacrosse tournaments, concerts and other community events.
Frost Stadium – Jim Frost Stadium is UTC's modern softball facility, and is home of the Lady Mocs softball team. The stadium was built to NCAA fast-pitch specifications and is nestled in the confines of Warner Park, just yards away from the UTC softball indoor practice facility. The stadium seats 3,000, with 800 chair-back seats behind home plate and 2200 bleacher seats down the 1st and 3rd baselines and in the outfield. The stadium also features outstanding amenities like concession booths, restrooms, glass-enclosed press box and two sky-boxes, climate controlled locker rooms connected to the dugouts, video towers, batting cages, bullpens and a permanent 200' to 220' fence. In 1998, 2001and 2002 Frost Stadium hosted the Southern Conference Softball Championship and will do so in 2002. Frost Stadium is also host to the 2001 and 2002 SEC Softball Championships. The United States national team played an exhibition game at Frost Stadium in June of 2000.
Maclellan Gym – Maclellan Gymnasium is the home of the Mocs wrestling team and Lady Mocs volleyball team. The gym has a total seating capacity of 4,177. Maclellan Gym also houses several faculty offices and classrooms for the Exercise Science, Health and Leisure Studies Department. It is the main workout facility for the student body featuring a main court, an auxiliary court, cardiovascular weight room, and swimming and diving pool.
McKenzie Arena – Formerly known as the UTC Arena, the Arena was renamed in February of 2000. This 210,000 square foot, 12,000 seat multipurpose complex is home to the UTC basketball teams. It also houses a UTC wrestling practice area, weight rooms, athletic training rooms, the Graduate Athletic Training Program offices, athletic administration offices, coaches offices and locker rooms for football, wrestling and men and women's basketball. The arena is also the home for several classrooms for use by the Health and Human Services Department. The McKenzie Arena has also hosted the SEC Women's Basketball Tournament and the Atlanta Hawks fall training camp. In 2005 and 2009, the arena hosted the Southern Conference Men's and Women's basketball tournament. In 2005 the Arena served as host for the NCAA Women's Basketball Sweet 16 and in 2009 the 1st and 2nd Rounds of the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament.
Lupton Library – Lupton Library is the center of many teaching, learning, and research activities of the students, faculty, and staff of UTC, as well as members of the metropolitan Chattanooga community. The library maintains a collection of over 496,000 books, 2,187 current journal subscriptions, 25,000 reels of microfilm, 18,000 audiovisual items, and 1.2 million other microform items. The Lupton Library's on-line catalog enables users to locate items in the library's collections. In addition, electronic access to databases which index and abstract magazine and journal articles in business, medicine and health, education, psychology, sociology, environmental studies, and many other areas is available in the library, or through microcomputers off campus which have a modem and appropriate communications software. Individuals connected to the internet may telnet to the library's catalog or World Wide Web page.
Healthy Mocs/Workplace Wellness Center – The "Healthy Mocs" program offers faculty and staff of UTC a medically sound and personalized plan to assist individuals in achieving their personal fitness goals. Following physician approval, each person undergoes a comprehensive health risk assessment, a graded exercise tolerance test, and tests of muscular strength, body composition, and flexibility. Based on results of these tests, a personalized exercise program is designed and implemented. Supervised training is conducted in UTC's Exercise Physiology Lab located in McKenzie Arena. This facility includes state of the art testing equipment including treadmills, rowing ergometers, stair climbers, cross country ski machines, and bicycle ergometers. In addition, a 10 station Universal Gym is available for strength training. The lab is also used for clinical application in various academic classes as well as several different activity classes. The "Healthy Mocs" program provides students in the EHLS Department an opportunity for "hands on" clinical experience as well as a chance to become involved in various research projects conducted in lab. Students also have an opportunity to present results of their research at numerous professional conferences and meetings.