UT Martin looks forward to spring semester

Winter holiday has arrived at the University of Tennessee at Martin, and soon to follow is the beginning of spring semester. Classes resume Jan. 14, and students will have until Jan. 20 to register for courses.

The spring semester will feature in-person, online and hybrid courses, and the main campus and five centers follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic. UT Martin will also continue to enforce its mask mandate and social distancing guidelines to promote safety and protect the campus community. Students, faculty and staff without a medical or religion exemption who plan to return to campus for the spring semester are required to have the flu vaccination. For more information regarding the vaccine requirement, visit utm.edu/departments/shcs/flu.

The spring semester schedule is as follows:

  • 14 – Classes begin
  • 18 – Observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • March 29-April 2 – Spring break
  • April 30 – Classes end
  • May 3-7 – Final exams
  • May 8 – Commencement

For students considering transferring to UT Martin this spring, applications are still available online at utm.edu/apply and will continue being processed through the holidays. Transfer students will need to request college transcripts, or for immediate review, submit unofficial transcripts to admissions@utm.edu. A virtual orientation for the upcoming semester will be held Jan. 8 for transfer students and first-time freshmen.

For prospective students, in-person and virtual tours will resume Jan. 4. In-person tours of the main campus are scheduled for 9:30-11:30 a.m. and 1:30-3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. To schedule a campus visit, contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 731-881-7020 or visit utm.edu/tour. Visitors must come to campus with a cloth face covering and be prepared to wear it during meetings and social interactions.

Additional UT Martin spring semester information is available by calling the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 731-881-7020 or the Office of Graduate Studies at 731-881-7012. UT Martin centers can be reached at the following numbers:

  • Jackson Center: 731-425-9277
  • McNairy County Center/Selmer: 731-646-1636
  • Parsons Center: 731-847-3880
  • Ripley Center: 731-221-8778
  • Somerville Center: 901-465-7313

Follow the latest information about COVID-19 at utm.edu/coronavirus.


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