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Fact Book

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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2019-20 Data

 

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, enrolled 29,460 students in Fall 2019, including 23,290 undergraduates. 80% of undergraduates are from the state of Tennessee, while 13% of graduate/professional students are international. Demographically, 23% of all students identify as non-white and 52% of all students identify as female.

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

Distribution of Enrollment By Foreign Country and Level

20 Year Trend of Total Headcount Enrollment By Gender and Race/Ethnicity

20 Year Trend of Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment By Gender and Race/Ethnicity

5 Year Trend of Undergraduate Headcount Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity (Excludes Nonresident Aliens)

5 Year Trend of Undergraduate Headcount of Nonresident Alien (International) Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

20 Year Trend of Graduate/Professional Headcount Enrollment By Gender and Race/Ethnicity

5 Year Trend of Graduate/Professional Headcount Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity (Excludes Nonresident Aliens)

5 Year Trend of Graduate/Professional Headcount of Nonresident Alien (International) Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

5 Year Trend of Total Headcount Enrollment By Level, Full-Time and Part-Time

Distribution of Student Credit Hour Loads

 

 

 

 

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, has 1,625 full-time instructional faculty members, with 83 percent holding doctorate degrees in their respective disciplines. Ethnic minorities make up 20 percent of all full-time instructional faculty. Overall, the university is one of the area’s largest employers with 9,384 faculty, staff, and service employees.

Full-Time Instructional Faculty by College, Appointment Type, Tenure Status and Rank

Trend of Full‐Time Instructional Faculty by Rank

Full‐Time Instructional Faculty Rank by Race and Ethnicity

Full-Time Instructional Faculty by College, Gender, Highest Degree Held and Race

5 Year Trend of Full-time Instructional Faculty By Race/Ethnicity (Excludes Nonresident Aliens)

5 Year Trend of Full-time Instructional Faculty Nonresident Aliens (International) By Race-Ethnicity

Full‐Time Instructional Faculty (Percentages) by Rank, Age, and Length of Service

10 Year Trend of Tenured and Non-Tenured Full-Time Instructional Faculty

Distribution of Employees by EEO Category and Gender

Distribution of Employees By EEO Category and Race (Excludes Nonresident Aliens)

Distribution of Nonresident Alien (International) Employees By EEO Category and Race

Distribution of Employees by EEO Category and Budget Entity

Distribution of Employees by EEO Category and Level of Education

Trend of Faculty Counts by Campus and Faculty Type

Trend of Staff Counts by Campus and Staff Type

Trend of Post-Doctoral Staff Counts by Campus

Trend of Graduate Staff Counts by Campus and Staff Type

 

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is a residential campus with 14 residence halls and 3,783 rooms. All freshmen are required to live on campus which offers students the benefits that come from being close to classes, activities, and campus resources. Learn more about our campus housing and libraries.

Number and Percent of Occupancy for Student Residence Halls, and Graduate Student Housing

5 Year Trend of Main Library Holding and Expenditures

5 Year Trend of Law Library Holding and Expenditures

5 Year Trend of Space Institute Library Holding and Expenditures

UT Knoxville Campus Libraries and Centers

 


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