Who we are
During your time at UTC, think of us as a trusty toolbox.
From declaring your major to graduating and everything in between, we have the tools you need to succeed.
Find out how to register for the classes you need, access forms for changing your major, minor or catalog year, apply to graduate and order your transcript, all through us.
The Records Office is dedicated to providing the best possible services to the university's academic community, providing students with the tools necessary for a successful academic career and preserving the academic integrity of the institution.
Don’t miss these important dates
For the complete Academic Calendar, click here.
- Wednesday, November 27 - Thanksgiving travel day (no classes)
- November 28 - December 1- Thanksgiving holiday
- Monday, December 2- Last day of fall semester
- December 4-10 - Final Examinations
Transfer to UTC
Are you transferring in from another university? We’re happy to have you here.
See how courses you have already completed will transfer. Transfer Equivalency Self Service evaluates courses and shows how they will apply to your chosen degree program.
Credit for completed coursework
Students transferring to UTC will receive credit for coursework attempted at other regionally accredited institutions. Our transfer process ensures that you receive credit for the college-level work you’ve already completed.
Credit for your associate’s degree: Tennessee Transfer Pathway
UTC’s articulation agreements with Tennessee community colleges allows students who have received an associate’s degree to complete a baccalaureate at UTC.
Register for Classes
Spring registration starts Monday, November 4.
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January 8, 2020
February 27, 2020
- Registration: General Information
- Important Registration Dates and Reminders
- Registration FAQs
- Class Override Information
- Registration Instructions
- Campus Building Codes
Receive Credit for Prior Learning
AP classes, military service, employer training programs and more—save time and money by receiving college-level credit for training or knowledge you already have.
FERPA, also known as the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act, is a federal law enacted to give students certain
rights with respect to their education records. UTC strives to fully comply with FERPA by protecting the privacy of education records and judiciously evaluating requests for release of information from those records.
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