University Of Tennessee

  • Address: Knoxville, TN 37996, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-8659741000
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Educational Site, Family And Kids, University

University Of Tennessee - Review

The University of Tennessee is loved for its fabulous campus with historic buildings that embrace the green lawn and trees.

Apart from being one of the iconic universities in USA and enviably famous for its home-grown sports teams, the place is loved by the locals for its stadium matches.

If you love football and are in the city during the football season, drop by to watch a spectacular match or simply walk the lawns of the campus.

University Of Tennessee Information

  • If you are visiting off-season (other days than the sport matches), the place is still ideal for a walk around the campus.

University Of Tennessee Ticket Prices

  • Call up the place or visit the official website to know ticket prices of trending matches.

University Of Tennessee Hours

  • Timings of sport matches vary. Call up the place or visit the official website to know schedule of trending matches.

How To reach University Of Tennessee by Public Transport

  • Bus: Knoxville station (2.4 kilometres away)
  • A railway line rune nearby
  • By Taxi
  • By Bicycle
  • By Walking

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TripHobo Highlights for University Of Tennessee

  • University Of Tennessee Address: Knoxville, TN 37996, USA, United States
  • University Of Tennessee Contact Number: +1-8659741000
  • University Of Tennessee Price: Free
  • Time required to visit University Of Tennessee: 01:00 Hrs
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  • 73% of people who visit Knoxville include University Of Tennessee in their plan

  • 39.39% of people start their University Of Tennessee visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see University Of Tennessee

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80% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting University Of Tennessee

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University Of Tennessee, Knoxville Reviews

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  • Thinking back on my educational experiences, I believe that the University of Tennessee was the worst. First, only about two semesters were applicable and intellectually stimulating. Second, half way through my Evaluation and Assessment Certificate Program, the administration in the Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling Program decided to make it a Ph.D only program and barred me from continuing, which blocked me from earning said certificate. Steve McCallum, head of said department at the time, told me essentially that was the way it was; too bad. I will never give a dime to this school as it cheated me out of a certificate and time. Most of my classes weren’t taught by the professor; just graduate students discussing ideas. I’m now getting an affordable online education and certificate from a school with more academic depth and reputation - University of Washington. By the way, did you know the your college of education has slipped around 20 ranks since 2007?

  • They are very picky about general education classes. I was going to transfer to UTK to finish my bachelors after I earned my associate’s degree in another state, but I figured out that they don’t take many out-state credits and pretty much I’d have to start all over again. So if you’re an out-state student, you need to be careful and make sure how many credits you can transfer.

  • Have my MRI done here once a year. Staff is good. But checking in before MRI is nonesinse. They never know anything. They quote you wrong on the bill you owe. Paid $854 for the MRI with insurance, get a bill later on oweing $173 for University Radiology to "administer" the dye used in MRI. Complete garbage. Would have just been a whole lot better to be informed of these fees and charges up front. NOT 2 months later

  • This University has now gone to a level of political correctness that your children will suffer GREATLY in their communication skills in the work world. These "educators" are now very concerned that students might be offended by the usage of traditional pronouns like she, he, him and hers so, they are changing those gender identifying pronouns that are SOOOOO offensive to gender neutral pronouns like: ze, hir, zir, xe, xem and xyr. Does that make sense to you? WHY WOULD YOU SPEND TENS OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS TO SEND YOUR KID TO A SCHOOL LIKE THIS?!? They'll walk out of there complete idiots totally unprepared for the real world.

  • The best university in Tennessee. This place is great. Probably the best four years of my life. Football is rough but it's always fun to go to. This is just a fantastic institution. Go Vols!

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