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From left to right: Dave Branum, SGA Senator; Vickie Clark, Veterans Center; Jayetta Rogers, Veterans Center; Major General “Max” Haston, TN National Guard; Chancellor Beverly Davenport; Many Bears Grinder, TN Dept of Veterans Affairs; Bill McGovern, student veteran; Dennis Taylor, Quilts of Valor; Kari Alldredge, Vice Provost; Monique Anderson, Associate Dean and University Registrar; and Major General Stephen Clark, USAF.


In June of 2016 The University of Tennessee, Knoxville was approved as a VETS Campus. On September 9th, 2017 during the UT vs Indiana State football game THEC representatives Scott Sloan, Brett Gipson, and Mitch Currey presented the award (above) to Vickie Clark, Chancellor Beverly J. Davenport,  and Jayetta Rogers (photo credit UT athletics)  – See more regarding veterans education transition act at and 

To see inside our VRC and meet our students click on the video.



Current students CLICK HERE for an enrollment certification form. You may email the enrollment form to or fax it to 865-974-8517 or drop it off in person at the Veterans Resource Center

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One of our primary roles in the Veterans Resource Center is to connect veteran students with the services they need. Our center offers assistance and guidance to our active duty service members, veterans, reservists, guardsmen, and family members using their VA educational benefits. We take a collaborative approach with multiple campus partners to bridge the gap between student veterans and other departments on campus that ensure veteran student success both in and out of the classroom.



   Veterans Resource Center
G020 Hodges Library
1015 Volunteer Blvd.
Knoxville Tn 37996


Hours of Operation

8am-5pm  EST/EDT

To make a donation to the Veterans Resource Center/ Veteran Student Services please click here


Meet our therapy dog from HABIT “Shiloh”. She is in the VRC on Friday afternoons. 

2017 U.S. News & World Report Rankings “UT was recognized for its strong support for veterans and their families. UT is 31st among all public universities and 66th among all public and private colleges and universities. That’s an increase of 18 spots since last year” Read full story here in Tennessee Today


Purple Heart Designation

Purple Heart medalIn 2014, the University of Tennessee received a Purple Heart designation, the first school in the state of Tennessee to receive this designation and one of only six in the nation.

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Office Staff

Jayetta M. Rogers
Veteran Student Services
Coordinator & School
Certifying Official

Vickie Clark
Veteran Student Services
Assistant Coordinator &
School Certifying Official



Veterans Resource Center 865-974-5420

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