- Ranked 440 QS World University Rankings 2014
- Ranked 390 QS World University Rankings 2013
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About University of Tennessee
The John C. Hodges Library, Webster C. Pendergrass Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine Library, and George F. DeVine Music Library provide various study materials such as e-journals, digital collections, special collections. Interlibrary loan services are available as well.
Besides, UT also provides sport facilities for tennis, basketball, swimming, golf and softball via several stadiums stated below:-
- Neyland Stadium
- Thompson-Boling Arena
- Lindsey Nelson Stadium
- Sherri Parker Lee Stadium
- Anderson Training Center
- Neyland-Thompson Center
- Pratt Pavilion
- Thompson-Boling Volleyball
- Jones Aquatic Center
- Regal Soccer Stadium
- Tennessee Boathouse
- Day Golf Practice Facility
- Barksdale Stadium
- Goodfriend Tennis Center
- LaPorte Stadium
- Thornton Student Life Center
- Tennessee Athletic Hospitality
The university has 12 residence halls with three different styles: traditional, suite, and apartment. All residence halls have cable TV, wireless high speed internet access, post offices, washing machines and dryers, and a variety of athletic equipment, games, cleaning supplies, and kitchen utensils.
The University of Tennessee is situated at Knoxville, Tennessee, United States.
RESIDENCE HALLS: We offer six styles of residence hall to suit the needs of all our students:
Apartment-style residence halls are open to graduate students, as well as undergraduate students who have completed more than 30 course credits obtained after high school graduation. Apartment-style residence halls feature several living options including a single or double bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom and, in some cases, a study area or a washer and dryer.
Community-style residence halls feature rooms shared by two students with community bathrooms on each floor of the hall.
Pod-style residence halls typically feature rooms shared by two students, sharing smaller shared bathrooms located throughout the hallway.
Semi-suite style residence halls feature one or two double occupancy rooms with a shared bath.
Suite-style residence halls typically feature rooms shared by two students, a semi-private bathroom, and in some cases, a shared living room.
Super Suite style residence halls feature private or shared bedrooms, with a shared living area.
Courses available 10Accounting and Finance 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 6 Creative Arts & Design 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2
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