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A campus tour group being led by a student leader

Weekday Tours

Campus tours are available for registration! Each student is limited to two guests.

Tours are available Monday through Friday with morning (10 a.m.) and afternoon (2 p.m.) options to best fit your schedule. Tours for Summer 2024 start on May 6th and continue through August 9th. Fall 2024 tours will begin on September 4th and end on December 2nd.

Scenic aerial shot of the UTC campus

Saturday Tours

Saturday tours include an opportunity to speak with a UTC admissions counselor and a walking tour of campus.

Saturday tours for Spring 2024 will be held on February 17th and April 13th. 


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Departmental Visits

Connect with a UTC representative from select majors for insights on the curriculum. They take place on Mondays and Wednesdays at noon and on Thursdays at 12:30 p.m. Departmental visits are not available during Summer (May-August). Fall 2024 visits will be posted at a later date. 

If you would like to participate in a campus tour and a department visit, make sure to register separately for both! 

UTC Library surrounded by fall foliage

Self-Guided Tour

Click here for information to explore campus at your pace, on your time.

Take the self-guided tour
Self-Guided Tour
Students standing in line at orientation

Group Tour

Tours are available for groups of nine or more. Contact Brandalyn Shropshire at [email protected].

Contact Brandalyn Shropshire
Group Tour
Two ROTC cadets with flags in front of the Power C

ROTC "Cadet for a Day"

Get matched with a UTC cadet to learn more about the Army ROTC program on campus.

Cadet for a Day
ROTC "Cadet for a Day"
Female student in a lab

CECS Tours

The College of Engineering and Computer Science offers a separate tour for interested students.

CECS Tours
CECS Tours
Female students standing in line at the UTC orientation

UTC Tour Tips

  1. Register early and bring a copy of your confirmation. Tours fill up quickly, especially during fall and spring breaks.
  2. Chattanooga is in the Eastern time zone! If you're coming from the Central time zone (such as Memphis and Nashville), you'll be losing an hour on the way to UTC and gaining one on the way home. 
  3. Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared for inclement weather. Don’t forget your umbrella.
  4. Tell us what you need. We work hard to make campus accessible to everyone. Need an accommodation? Let our office know when you schedule your tour and we will be happy to help.

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Chattanooga Riverfront View


From our gorgeous riverfront and breathtaking mountain views to our nation-leading internet speeds, Chattanooga is a city on the rise. Our thriving tech, start-up, foodie and art scenes mean we have something for everyone.

It’s no secret. People can’t stop talking about our city.

Chattanooga has been recognized by The New York Times, Fortune, Lonely Planet and Southern Living. Outside magazine named us the Best Town Ever, twice!

And the UTC campus is in the heart of it all and puts students at the center of everything. 

After exploring campus, check out the city and discover what makes Chattanooga so special.

Undergraduate Admissions

Undergraduate Admissions

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