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Engineering News

Tech receives $2.3 million for engineering department

Tech’s engineering department has recently received $2.3 million from the U.S. Department of Energy as part of the Industrial Assessment Centers program. The IAC Program is a university-based training program that offers efficiency improvement recommendations to small and medium sized manufacturing facilities at no cost to them. Tech is one […]

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News On campus

Tech Welcomes Prospective Students for Preview Day

On Saturday, Oct. 2, Tech is set to welcome students from across the state for the university’s annual open house, Preview Day. Prospective students will be able to ask questions about the admissions and scholarships  processes.They will also be able to learn about all of the majors Tech offers and […]

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News Student Government

Secretary of State Discusses Voting with SGA

Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett visited Tech on Monday, Sept. 13 and spoke to members of the Student Government Association regarding the importance of the vote. Hargett’s meeting with SGA followed the Voter Registration Tailgate that was held on Sept. 11 outside of Tucker Stadium. SGA teamed up with […]

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News On campus

COVID-19 Continues to Affect Student Organizations

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected many things worldwide, including life on Tech’s campus. However, despite the pandemic, activities and organizations on campus are in Full Flight this fall. “Well, this semester, you know, we want to go Full Flight, like the university. Still do in person events,” Coordinator of Student […]

News On campus

Master Plan Brings Changes to Parking

Every student knows about the challenge of parking on or around campus. With Tech being in Full Flight, these challenges are even more intense. More classes are in-person, meaning more students on campus, and therefore more cars looking for a spot. Tech’s master plan details Tech’s proposal to combat the […]

News On campus

Tech To Name Engineering Building After Alumni Donor

Tech’s new engineering building will be named after civil engineering alumnus, Ashraf Islam, for his donation to the project and his professional accomplishments. Islam aimed to show his support for Tech’s engineering students through a $3 million donation towards the new engineering building. Islam is a graduate of Tech’s civil […]


COVID-19 Vaccine Causes Tension Across Campus

With the progression of the COVID-19 vaccine, many individuals are eager to get their shots, while some are more wary of the vaccine – will the “Foutchie Ouchie” be added to the list of university requirements? On campuses across the country, the COVID-19 vaccine is likely to be mandated. The […]


Tech Faculty Members Found in Violation of University Policy

On April 14, 2021, two Tech faculty members were found to be in violation of Tech policy, after an investigation into flyers accusing another professor of being a racist and bringing a “national hate group” to Tech’s campus. A complaint was filed with Tennessee Tech’s Office of Human Resources by […]


Unrest after mask mandates lifted

This month, the Governors of Texas and Mississippi announced they will be ending their state-wide mask mandates. There are 11 other states that do not require a mask mandate, Tennessee being one of them. These states have not required masks across the state, instead leaving the decision up to individual […]