For Alumni

Our alumni lead international firms, found corporations, earn major design awards and transform the world through design…all while remaining true to their roots.


Come Back…Give Back

Our 4,500 alumni stay connected with us in a variety of ways:

  • Attend evening lectures by world-renowned designers
  • Sponsor or attend networking events
  • Attend special events and reunions
  • Participate in Career Day and other events to engage with students
  • Post job openings…and refer to our job listing themselves
  • Serve as ambassadors and help us recruit the best students and faculty
  • And of course, share your successes with us, so we can brag!

Want to get more involved with the College of Architecture and Design? Contact Pamela Cannella Treacy to learn how.


Upcoming Events

  • AIA Chattanooga Robert Seals Scholarship Golf Tournament | Thursday, September 24 | Bear Trace in Harrison, TN | Sign-in and lunch starts at 11:30 a.m. | For more information, please visit the AIA Chattanooga website
  • AIA Middle Tennessee’s 2020 Architecture Classic | Wednesday, September 30 | Hermitage Golf course in Old Hickory, TN | More information can be found on the AIA Middle Tennessee website
  • Presentation on the Tennessee RiverLine | Thursday, October 15 | 3 p.m. | Register for event here
  • XVII Annual CSI Golf Tournament | Friday, October 30 | 1 p.m. Tee Time | A portion of the proceeds go to the University of Tennessee’s College of Architecture and Design | More information? Visit the CSI Knoxville Chapter website, or contact Wes Crow at
  • Diversity Initiatives & Keystone Scholarship Virtual Event | Thursday, December 17 | 3 p.m. | Detail to come

Need more information? Pamela Cannella Treacy,


UT Alumni Network

More than 370,000 UT alumni live in all 50 states and in more than 130 countries. They are connected through 55 UT Knoxville alumni chapters…find your chapter and stay connected to


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Alumni-led Firms Ranked!

Many of our alumni-led firms have been ranked repeatedly by Architect magazine: