The University of Tennessee is committed to maintaining a safe environment for all members of our community. All applicants to the university must answer the following questions on their application for admission. An application will not be processed without the responses. An affirmative answer to any of these questions does not automatically bar admission to the university, but does require review. You may save time in the review process by submitting copies of legal or other documentation with the application, or separately if applying online.
- Have you ever been convicted of, or pleaded no contest to, a crime other than a minor traffic violation?
- Do you have any criminal charges pending against you?
- Have you ever been expelled, dismissed, suspended, placed on probation, or otherwise subjected to any disciplinary sanction by any other school, college, or university?
- Have you received any type of discharge other than an honorable discharge from the United States military?
The application review process occurs monthly and is coordinated by the Office of the Dean of Students. Please direct all supporting materials and questions to the appropriate admissions office (undergraduate or graduate).