Areas of Greatest Need

The University of Tennessee at Martin is more than a university. It is home to more than 7,500 students-nearly half are the first to attend college in their families. We're nurturing their dreams by preparing them for life beyond graduation with stimulating and individualized instruction and exploration. 

Deeply committed to providing a quality, affordable education, UT Martin is a priceless asset to West Tennessee and beyond. We continue to build stellar programs and academic enrichment centers throughout the region (Selmer, Jackson, Ripley, and Parsons) along with robust virtual learning environments like our Top 10 Online MBA program.  

To view a pdf of the university's current priorities, please click here.  


Priority and 2017 Fundraising Goals 

 Ned Ray McWherter Institute  $200,000
 Engineering and Sciences Building  $6,500,000
 Innovation and Product Realization Building $5,300,000
 Building Renovation Projects  
       Brehm $500,000
      Gooch Hall $250,000
      Humanities  $75,000
      Johnson Hall $1,500,000
       Fine Arts Performance Hall (Phase II) $2,500,000
Scholarships (STEM) $2,500,000
Second Hope Scholarship $25,000
Campaign for Health Sciences Professionals $500,000
Athletics $700,000


More information on the following funding opportunities can be found by clicking on the project name. 


Sorority Lodges

STEM Project

Ned Ray McWherter Institute 

Honor a Professor

Fine Arts Building Phase Two

Graham Stadium Renovation Project

Innovation and Product Realization Building

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