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IMPORTANT UPDATE FROM UT NON-CREDIT PROGRAMS

As the Coronavirus continues to impact every aspect of our lives, UT Non-Credit Programs announced today (April 3) that it will discontinue classroom-based non-credit courses and programs through May 31, 2020.

Students currently enrolled in active and upcoming courses will be notified via email.

Also, our office staff will remain available on weekdays to respond to your phone and email messages. Please direct all questions concerning course registrations and transfers and refund requests to utnoncredit@utk.edu or 865-974-0150.

We will continue to update you as we monitor Coronavirus developments and make plans for future courses. Those updates will be posted on our website and social media channels.

For UT’s full response to COVID-19, please visit https://utk.edu/coronavirus.

We extend our sincere well wishes for continued good health to each of our lifelong learners. Take care of each other, Vols!
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UT Non-Credit Programs offers a wide variety of courses and programs aimed at enhancing quality of life and career opportunities for those in the Knoxville and East Tennessee region.

Enhance your career skills and open new possibilities with Professional Development courses and programs. Learn a new hobby or perfect an existing one with Personal Development. Explore the Smoky Mountains with the Smoky Mountain Field School. Children can learn and explore at the university with Kids U.

With our corporate training program, we can create a customized learning experience for your employees that will result in higher productivity and overall job satisfaction.

View the UT Non-Credit Winter/Spring/Summer 2020 catalog.

You must be 18 or older to register for and attend a UT non-credit course or certificate program. A notable exception is our Kids U summer camps.

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Kids U Summer Camps

Kids U features weeklong day camps during June and July for area youth in grades 3-12 (rising).

These camps provide a wonderful opportunity for students to work with University staff, faculty, and graduate students, while exploring their interests in fields ranging from art to chemistry, cooking to anthropology, photography to technology, STEM to LEGOs, and much more. Choose from 50+ camps, including several new camps that are sure to get your child thinking and creating!

Please register early. Class sizes are limited, and camps fill up quickly.mp sizes are limited and fill up quickly.

Visit the Kids U website, or view our 2020 catalog.

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