Media Resources

From printed materials to videos to lecture archives to social media posts, you’ll find it here.



We’re a bit picky about our logo. It represents our brand, tells at a glance who we are and what we’re about. So you can understand if we ask the following about downloading and using our logos:

  • Don’t change them. Don’t stretch them or alter their colors or fonts. They are perfect just the way they are.
  • Don’t use them on materials that aren’t authorized for it. If you aren’t sure if your use is authorized, contact the college’s Office of Communications.
  • Except in rare occasions, don’t use the Power T by itself. That right is reserved for the boys who play in Neyland Stadium, and we’re proud to reserve that honor for them.

UTK’s Logo and Branding Guidelines


Digital Media Expectations

We celebrate free speech and encourage our students, faculty, staff and others to communicate about the college. Our digital media expectations are pretty simple: When communicating for and about the college, we expect our students, staff, faculty and others associated with the college to communicate with the Volunteer Values of respect, accuracy, decency and civility. Disrespectful, inaccurate, indecent and cruel communications misrepresent the college, what we stand for and the good work we do.

Download the full Digital Media Expectations document

Download UT’s Policy for Acceptable Use of IT Resources



Legacy Series:


Other Videos:


News Releases

View the latest news features as well as our archived news.


sketchbook e-Newsletter

View archived issues of sketchbook.


Annual Report

Read about the college’s successes and challenges.




Lecture Archives


Fact Sheets


Governor’s Chair for Energy + Urbanism Resources