Getting from one end of campus to the other or beyond the campus to the rest of Knoxville requires knowing where things are and the different ways to get there.
Where Do You Need to Go?
UT offers an interactive campus map that can help you find specific buildings, parking areas, study spaces, and more. You can even find the Student Services Building, which houses the Graduate School offices.
How Do You Get There?
UT has a number of ways to get around campus:
- “The T” Transit System
- UT maintains a bus service, “The T,” which can take you safely and accessibly from the Agriculture Campus to the Hill and around Neyland Avenue.
- The “T Link”
- The “T Link” not only provides service to students with disabilities but also provides safe transport for students traveling late at night.
- Shuttle Service
- For those working on research in satellite locations, there are shuttle services for Oak Ridge National Laboratories, the National Transportation Research Center, and the Research Park at Cherokee Farm.
Traveling Outside of Campus
If you plan to visit downtown Knoxville, or other places in the city, Knoxville Area Transit (KAT) has buses and trolley systems to aid in your explorations.
Needing to find a place to park on campus? There are different options for commuting students and visitors. Visit Parking and Transit to find out more about parking permits.
Parking and transit can even provide information on sustainable transportation options, such as bicycles or electric vehicle support.