UT Board of Trustees on Friday, the first to take place on the new UT Southern campus in Pulaski, Tennessee, the board approved amendments to the UT Knoxville master plan, which would allow for the construction of two new residence halls. UT President Randy Boyd presented objectives for 2022, with an eye towards the five… Read More
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The advisory board to the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC) on Wednesday, Jan. 12, decided not to raise tuition for the 2023 academic year for all programs at all campuses, for both in-state and out-of-state students.
In a bid to attract more students outside Tennessee, the University of Tennessee Health Science Center is reducing out-of-state tuition at its College of Medicine and three College of Health Professions programs. Last week, the University of Tennessee Board of Trustees approved the tuition proposal for the 2020-21 academic year that begins July 1. UTHSC says the… Read More
Out-of-state students at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center will see reduced tuition rates for the upcoming academic year. Those tuition reductions will impact students applying at Colleges of Pharmacy and Graduate Health Sciences, as well as for the Dental Hygiene program in the College of Dentistry.
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s College of Pharmacy is expanding its regional tuition rate program to pharmacy students living out of state within a 200-mile radius of the college’s instructional sites in Memphis, Nashville, and Knoxville, effective for fall 2017.
One local college has expanded its regional tuition rate, lowering tuition for students from parts of 13 nearby states. Effective fall 2017, University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s College of Pharmacy will offer a regional tuition rate to students who live within a 200-mile radius of Memphis, Nashville and Knoxville.