Venues

UT Student Union

The UT Student Union, located at 1502 Cumberland Avenue, is next to the Haslam College of Business Building, home to the college’s Department of Supply Chain Management. The 395,088 square-foot building is the community center of campus—a central gathering space for students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests. Complementing the academic experience, the Student Union serves as a space for additional student development and learning. The Student Union includes dining options, VolShop, VolBooks and VolTech stores, study spaces, a ballroom, an art gallery, a 999-seat performance auditorium and meeting spaces.

UT Student Union

The UT Student Union, located at 1502 Cumberland Avenue, is next to the Haslam College of Business Building, home to the college’s Department of Supply Chain Management. The 395,088 square-foot building is the community center of campus—a central gathering space for students, faculty, staff, alumni and guests. Complementing the academic experience, the Student Union serves as a space for additional student development and learning. The Student Union includes dining options, VolShop, VolBooks and VolTech stores, study spaces, a ballroom, an art gallery, a 999-seat performance auditorium and meeting spaces.


Department of Supply Chain Management

The Department of Supply Chain Management strives to positively impact society by leading in knowledge creation and dissemination across the entire supply chain disciplines. It has received recognition from many business school ranking services, such as ranking #4 among public institutions in 2020 by U.S. News & World Report Best Business Schools, #3 Supply Chain Program nationally by Industry Week in 2017, and #1 globally in 2018 by the Transportation Journal.

 

 


Haslam College of Business

Big Orange, Big Ideas is a slogan we hear often at UT. At the Haslam College of Business, we take those words a step further, delivering big results by producing better, more prepared students and impactful, interdisciplinary research. We are 100 years strong in business education, covering the for-profit, not-for-profit and governmental sectors of business. The Haslam College of Business seeks to challenge the status quo, enhance knowledge, drive change and transform the world. We do so by inspiring our students, colleagues, business and society.
 

Haslam College of Business

Big Orange, Big Ideas is a slogan we hear often at UT. At the Haslam College of Business, we take those words a step further, delivering big results by producing better, more prepared students and impactful, interdisciplinary research. We are 100 years strong in business education, covering the for-profit, not-for-profit and governmental sectors of business. The Haslam College of Business seeks to challenge the status quo, enhance knowledge, drive change and transform the world. We do so by inspiring our students, colleagues, business and society.
 


The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is a public research institution and the flagship campus for the state school. It is classified as producing very high research activity by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.

We embody excellence in teaching, research, scholarship, creative activity, outreach, and engagement. We are improving undergraduate and graduate education, research, support for faculty and staff, our campus infrastructure, and our resources.

 


Knoxville, Tennessee

Knoxville is a hidden gem. First-time visitors are typically amazed by all the city has to offer. In this one, unique location, mountains meet music, art meets adventure, culture meets cuisine and no one meets a stranger. The pure walkability of downtown allows people to explore and discover vibrant murals, local music, historic sitesart museumsparks, greenways and more. With its sophisticated mix of culture and cuisine, served up with genuine hospitality, Knoxville will surprise you. Additionally, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is just an hour’s drive away from Knoxville.

Knoxville, Tennessee

Knoxville is a hidden gem. First-time visitors are typically amazed by all the city has to offer. In this one, unique location, mountains meet music, art meets adventure, culture meets cuisine and no one meets a stranger. The pure walkability of downtown allows people to explore and discover vibrant murals, local music, historic sitesart museumsparks, greenways and more. With its sophisticated mix of culture and cuisine, served up with genuine hospitality, Knoxville will surprise you. Additionally, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is just an hour’s drive away from Knoxville.