The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga knows that parents and family play an important role in student success. We want you to have the information you need to support your student throughout the college years. This website is meant to connect you with the information you need every step of the journey, from Admission and Orientation to your student's graduation from UTC.
Application for aid, types of financial aid, policies & procedures, and important dates.
Tuition information and student fees.
Campus meal plan options & frequently asked questions.
Purchasing books, supplies and UTC merchandise.
Before paying student fees, your student must authorize your access to his/her account. To grant parental access, your student will: log onto MyMocsNet, navigate to “Manage My Account” on the Money tab, click on “Go to My Account” and follow the process to authorize users.
After your student authorizes your access to their billing information, you will receive an automated email message explaining the online payment process. If you are paying fees for more than one student, each student must authorize parental access to their account and an email will follow before parents can pay fees.
Once authorized you can log in here to pay your student's fees.
Student Privacy (FERPA)
The University abides by federal regulations known as the "Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act," or FERPA. According to these regulations, a student's record is confidential. In keeping with the regulations, the University will only release directory information, such as a student's name, address, telephone listing, major fields of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, and the most recent previous educational agency or institution attended by the student, unless the student has asked UTC to withhold such information.
According to these regulations, University personnel may not review the student's record and academic performance with the student's parents, guardians, spouse, or others unless the student provides written consent for the release of such information.
For more information:
UTC was named to the 2009 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement.
We know that parents want to see their students reach their highest potential. When students are experiencing academic trouble, encourage them to speak to their advisor, counselor, financial aid counselor, or another faculty or staff member they know.
Advisement and Student Success
Provides academic advisement for undecided students, students having academic difficulties, as well as supplemental instruction and academic tutoring for all students at the university. Advisors assist students in selecting a major, registering for courses, understanding university policies, and connecting to campus resources.
Counseling and Career Planning
Offers confidential counseling for personal, vocational, and academic concerns as well as crisis intervention. In the case of an emergency, counselors are on call 24-7.
Provides print, AV and online materials, current technology, and study spaces to meet the research needs of the UTC community. Our knowledgeable and helpful staff is always willing to help you locate the information you need to complete your research assignments, term papers or projects.
Office for Students with Disabilities
Provides academic accommodations for students with disabilities to ensure equal access to all educational opportunities and maximizes their potential regardless of the impact of their disability.
Student Support Services
Offers tutoring in math and science freshman courses, mentoring to support freshman as they make the transition to UTC, Grant aid awards and a textbook lending program. Program offerings also include academic monitoring and opportunities for study skills development and exposure to academic, social and cultural events.
Gives writers a comfortable place in which to write, supplies writers' resources (style guides, dictionaries, computers access), provides 1-on-1 or group writing consultations, and offers instructors feedback on writing assignment design and on facilitating successful peer review.
Student Health and Insurance
MyStudentBody for Parents
We encourage students and parents to complete the alcohol awareness program by the end of the first week of classes.
Student Health 101 for Parents
A newsletter promoting campus health and wellness geared toward parents.
Student Health Services
Available services include basic primary care, immunizations, health education, etc.
University of Tennessee Student Health Plan
Degree seeking students registered for six or more undergraduate credit hours or three or more graduate credit hours and students participating in a co-op program or practice teaching are eligible to enroll.
View materials from the Summer 2010 orientation sessions.