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Our online Fact Book is made available to provide an official source of information on students, faculty and staff, budget and finances, and university resources.

The data in this book reflect inclusive figures for the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, the Institute of Agriculture, and the Space Institute. We are pleased to make this rich source of university information available and hope you will find it useful.

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2018-19 Data

 

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, enrolled 5,215 new freshman and 1,333 new transfers in 2018. These freshman have an average ACT of 27.6 and average high school GPA of 3.97. 77% of the freshman class are Tennessee residents and 1% are international.

Ten Year Trend of First-Time Freshman Applied, Admitted, and Enrolled

First-Time Freshmen Headcount Enrollment By College, Gender, and Race/Ethnicity

Twenty Year Trend of Average Test Score, High School GPA, and Class Ranking – First Time Freshman

Ten Year Trend of First-Time Freshman Average SAT Scores

Ten Year Trend of First-Time Freshman Average ACT Scores

Five Year Trend of First-Time Enrollment By Equivalent ACT and GPA Group

Five Year Trend of First-Time Freshman Enrollment By Full-Time/Part-Time, College, and Race/Ethnicity

Five Year Trend of First-Time Freshman Enrollment By Age Group

Five Year Trend of First-Time Freshman Enrollment By Place of Permanent Residence

Ten Year Trend of Applied, Admitted, Enrolled New Undergraduate Transfer Students

New Undergraduate Transfer Headcount Enrollment By College, Gender and Race/Ethnicity

Five Year Trend of New Undergraduate Transfer Enrollment By Full-Time/Part-Time, College, and Race/Ethnicity

Five Year Trend of New Undergraduate Transfer Enrollment By Class, Level, and Age Group

Five Year Trend of Freshman Transfer Enrollment By ACT Group

Five Year Trend of New Undergraduate Transfer Enrollment By Permanent Residence

First-Time Graduate and Professional Headcount Enrollment By College, Race, and Gender

 

 

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, enrolled 28,894 students in Fall 2018, including 22,815 undergraduates. 83% of undergraduates are from the state of Tennessee, while 13% of graduate/professional students are international. Demographically, 24% of all students identify as non-white and 51% of all students identify as female.

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Headcount Enrollment By Full-Time/Part-Time, Level, Gender, and Race/Ethnicity

Full-Time Equivalent Enrollment By Full-Time/Part-Time, Level, Gender, and Race/Ethnicity

Headcount Enrollment By College, Level, Gender, and Race/Ethnicity

Headcount Enrollment By Age, Level, and Gender

Top 10 Enrollment Feeders By Tennessee County, State, and Country

 

 

 

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With more than than 300 degree programs, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, prepares students to work and compete in just about every profession. UT strives to develop, implement, support, and assess programs and services that lead to persistence towards graduation. Overall, the six-year undergraduate graduation rate increased from 70.2 percent to 72.5 percent in 2018 while the first year retention rate increased from 85.5 percent to 86.8 percent.

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Ten Year Trend of Retention and Graduation Rates—First-time Full-time Freshman

Ten Year Trend of Retention and Graduation Rates—First-time Transfer Students

Ten Year Trend of Graduation Rates—First-Time Full-Time Freshman

Ten Year Trend of Degrees Conferred by Level

Five Year Trend of Degrees Conferred by College

 

 


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