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Cause Magazine • Special University Supplement


church and community activities. You’ll feel secure on campus and in the community. UT Martin is among the safest four-year public institutions in Tennessee. For added security, students may sign up for UT Martin’s emergency text messaging system.


Diverse Student Body/Close-Knit Campus Community At UT Martin there are nearly 7,600 students who call 37 states and 24 countries “home.” Whether living in campus resi- dence halls or apartment-style housing, the university’s residen- tial experience is one of close-knit communities, access to technol- ogy and proximity to classes, campus events and dining facilities –– all amenities that feel like home!


UT Martin Fast Facts • Student enrollment – 7,600. • UT Martin is among the safest four-year public universities in Tennessee.


• The university offers more than 100 different undergraduate and graduate program areas.


• More than 95% of UT Martin’s graduates find jobs or are accepted to graduate school within 6 months of graduation.


• A new 100,643 sq. ft. Student Recreation Center will open in early 2010.


• Apartment-style housing with private bedrooms and baths join residential halls as housing options.


Easy to Get Involved UT Martin offers plenty of ways to get involved in social


and service activities. More than 100 organizations provide opportunities to connect to the campus and community. There are academic, professional, honor, social, special-interest, student governing, cultural and service organizations and intramural sports. Martin is also perfectly located to take advantage of Reelfoot and Kentucky lakes or Land Between the Lakes recre- ational areas. Nearby communities offer additional shopping and restaurant choices.


Financial Aid Options


Students are automatically considered for scholarships when they apply for admission and submit transcripts and ACT scores by Feb. 1. In 2008-09, 8,761 grants and scholarships totaling $29.5 million were awarded. Merit-based scholarships and oth- ers that are program-specific or give preference to underrepre- sented groups and transfer students are available along with the Tennessee Lottery Scholarship for Tennessee high school gradu- ates. Eligible students can take advantage of the Federal Work- Study Program for employment opportunities on campus.


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