Yearbooks may help you locate old classmates, but they also tell us a lot about student organizations, the physical plant, sports, and events such as Homecoming. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga students published the Moccasin yearbook from 1911 to 1991.
Student newspapers tell us about student life, buildings and landmarks, special events and programs, campus organizations and associations, administrators, and athletics. Use the index to find relevant issues ranging from 1906 to 1988. Visit The University Echo website to search issues dated from 1988 to present.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Administrative Records
Administrative records include policy documents, correspondence, budgets, self-study and accreditation reports, financial records, directories, faculty handbooks, newsletters, journals, magazines, athletics programs, alumni publications, and other items created by administrators (e.g. Chancellors, Provosts, and Deans), departments, faculty, and staff.
Source: University of Chattanooga charter of incorporation, University Archives
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Course Catalogs
Course catalogs provide more than just course offerings and descriptions. They also provide basic data about the university including its regulations, requirements for admission, and facilities. You may access University of Tennessee at Chattanooga course catalogs online from the 2000-2001 academic year to present from the Records Office or visit Special Collections & University Archives to see historic catalogs dating back to the 1888-1889 academic year.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Photographs
Photographs help create a historical record of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's buildings and grounds, as well as events, student life, administrators, faculty, staff, athletics, commencement and convocation ceremonies, and other people and events.
Learn about UTC's early days as the University of Chattanooga or read up on Mocs football.