|UTK Distressed Faculty & Staff Hotline
||UT’s top priority is the safety and well-being of faculty, staff and students. The 946-CARE (865-946-2273) line is a tool to help maintain a safe and healthy environment for everyone.
|UTK Research Integrity
||The Office of Research & Engagement is responsible for the development and implementation of policies and procedures governing research and creative activity and the administrative aspects of research operations. It provides administrative support and assistance in complying with applicable laws and regulations in area of research compliance.
|UTK Biosafety Program – report a concern
||UTK Biosafety Program’s primary objective is to ensure a safe working environment for faculty, staff and students. To report any health and safety issue or compliance concern specific to the University of Tennessee, Knoxville area campuses, please fill out Report a Health Issue or Concern form.
||The Office of the Dean of Students provides a 24/7 referral line to help distressed or distressing students reach their academic goals and to help maintain a safe community and learning environment for all students.
|UTK Conflict Resolution
||The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, welcomes and honors people of all races, creeds, cultures, and sexual orientations. The University values intellectual curiosity, pursuit of knowledge, and academic freedom and integrity. If you are an employee, student, applicant for employment, applicant for admission, or are otherwise a participant in a UT Knoxville program or activity, and you believe you have been discriminated against in violation of the policies outlined above, the process below is designed to help you resolve your complaint.
|UTK How to Report an Incident
||The University of Tennessee is committed to fostering an environment for students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors that affirms the dignity of all and encourages the exchange of ideas through discourse in every aspect of campus life. Reports of conduct related to climate concerns, bias incidents, or other issues are encouraged.
Questions regarding bias incidents or protocol should be directed to the Office of the Dean of Students.
|UTK Campus Safety
||Information on this website should be useful to you in the event of an emergency and as a reminder about good safety habits. This guide is designed to help you make the best decisions possible to protect yourself, but there is no substitute for common sense and awareness of your surroundings. All members of the campus community are encouraged to use our many resources to protect yourselves
||See Safety Reference Numbers (at bottom)
|UTK Emergency Call Center
||The Emergency Call Center is a resource which will be activated in emergency situations that cause call volume to exceed the campus information line capacity. Workers at the Emergency Call Center will answer phones and redirect calls to the appropriate places, answer questions, and provide accurate information to callers.
|UTK – UT Police
||Safety is always a top priority at the University of Tennessee. At the heart of the University’s efforts to promote safety is the UT Police Department (UTPD). UTPD works around the clock, every day of the year to ensure safety on campus and in the immediate surrounding area.
||865-974-3111 (emergency); 865-974-3114 (main line)
|UTK – UT Alert
||The UT ALERT emergency messaging service is designed to enhance and improve communication and keep the campus community informed during an emergency. The service will only be used for emergency contact purposes.
|UTK Title IX Online Mandatory Reporter form
||The purpose of this form is to report Prohibited Conduct to the Office of Title IX. Reporting to Title IX fulfills your role as a Mandatory Reporter, which allows the Title IX Coordinator or a Deputy Title IX Coordinator the ability to reach out to the individual who may have experienced the Prohibited Conduct and provide them with information, reporting options, and support.