Tennessee Public Chapter 795, signed into law in 2000, requires Tennessee higher education institutions to work cooperatively to provide for an integrated system of postsecondary education. As stipulated in the legislation, the Tennessee Higher Education Commission developed The University Track Program, outlining the categories of courses that constitute the articulation and transfer module for public higher education students in Tennessee.
The campuses of The University of Tennessee have developed articulation agreements with specific Tennessee community colleges. These articulation agreements spell out specific courses that allow a student to receive an associate degree from a community college, transfer seamlessly to a University of Tennessee campus as a junior, and complete the baccalaureate degree at UT.
Additional information on articulation agreements can be found at the Tennessee Higher Education Commission Web site.
University of Tennessee contacts can be contacted at the following:
|University of Tennessee, Knoxvillefirstname.lastname@example.org, |
or Web site
|UT at Chattanooga||Amy-Davis@utc.edu|
|UT at Martinemail@example.com|
The University of Tennessee campuses and Tennessee community colleges have developed Transfer Equivalency Tables to assist prospective transfer students determine which courses transfer to other institutions. These equivalency tables can be found at the following websites: