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Student Organization Fair

Want to know what UTC has to offer outside of the classroom? Come meet currently enrolled UTC students and discover the different ways you can become involved on campus.

Counselor CHATT

Admissions presentations will be held every 15 minutes and counselors will be on hand to answer questions or just chat about all that UTC has to offer. Be sure to pick up a bag and fill it with UTC info and goodies!

Guided Aquatic Recreation Center (ARC Tours)

If you’d like a sneak peek into one of UTC’s newest facilities, meet the ARC staff at the main entrance. You’ll get a chance to check out the climbing wall and the water slide!

Snap your picture with Scrappy

Be sure to stop by to meet Scrappy, our mascot. Use #bluegoldpreview when sharing photos on social media! And be sure to tag @utcnewmocs.

Academic Department Expo

Faculty from across all departments on campus will be available to help you learn about UTC’s outstanding academic programs. Come hear from the experts in the major of your choice. If you’re not sure of your major yet—that’s okay. This is a perfect place to explore all the different majors available at UTC.

Information Sessions

Representatives from Financial Aid & Scholarships and Honors College will be on hand to highlight the many resources available to assist students on campus. Our experts will have plenty of time for questions and are more than happy to help you navigate the college selection process.

Student Services Fair

Talk to representatives from enrollment and student services about next steps.

  • Center for Academic Support & Advisement
  • Housing & Residence Life
  • Financial Aid & Scholarships
  • Center for Career & Leadership Development
  • Center for Global Education
  • Disability Resource Center
  • Aramark Dining Services

Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate Admissions

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UTC Undergraduate Admissions is a member of the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC) and follows their Guide to Ethical Practice in College Admissions which encompasses best practices.