We strive for a university culture that identifies emotional, physical, and mental
wellness as an integral part of success and fosters a safe environment that supports
the personal, academic, and social well-being of the UTC community.
Learn more about our comprehensive approach to wellness and find on-campus resources
Move Well Resources
Move Well is about being active in support of physical, mental and social wellbeing
through exercise, recreation and exploration of UTC’s campus and the surrounding Chattanooga
community. Move Well programs welcome individuals of all abilities and experience
Respect Well encompasses a commitment to promoting safety, inclusivity, appreciation,
and awareness on the UTC campus through engaging programming related to building healthy
relationships, respecting difference, developing social skills, and gaining an understanding
of issues related to civility, conduct, academic integrity, sexual misconduct, relationship
violence, and stalking.
Feel well means being supported in a way that allows one to achieve physical and mental
health holistically and proactively. It is the end result of seeking care to identify,
acknowledge, heal, strengthen, and maintain one's mental and physical health for short
term and long term wellness.
Our campus has been smoke-free since Jan. 1, 2019!
University Health Services will support any student, faculty or staff member who needs assistance to quit smoking.
Students, as well as faculty and staff, can visit University Health Services for a
no-cost assessment of current use, presentation and discussion of options, and prescription
of cessation approaches if desired/necessary.