A service center is an organizational unit which provides a specific service or product, or a group of services or products, to users principally within the academic and administrative community on a cost recovery model.
Fleet Management offers a variety of vehicle related services to the University ranging from vehicle rentals, leases, repair & maintenance, and fuel service. Charter bus reservations is yet another service they offer.
Visit the Fleet Management Website
University Printing & Mail Services
Printing & Mail Services provides a wide array of services from taking your publication from a rough idea to a finished piece ready for distribution to processing and delivering all incoming and outgoing U.S. Postal Service and Interdepartmental mail and packages.
Visit the UPM Website
Warehousing & Surplus Property
The Warehousing department is responsible for the removal of surplus furnishings and equipment, long/short term storage, and resale of surplus items through auctioning and internal transfers to UT Departments.
Visit the Warehousing Website
An auxiliary unit is a self-supporting entity (receives no state funding) that exists principally to furnish goods or services to students, alumni, or faculty and staff acting in a personal capacity, and charges a fee for the delivery of goods or services. The general public is normally served by auxiliaries as well.
Parking & Transit Services
Parking & Transit Services facilitates the access and mobility needs of the campus community, manages permit assignments, offers a wide array of alternative transportation services, provides support services for special events, and enforces parking regulations.
Visit the Parking & Transit Website
The Thompson-Boling Arena is a multi-purpose facility popular for hosting a wide array of events for the campus and Knoxville community, such as: concerts, athletic events, conventions, etc.
Visit the TBA Website
UT Conferences & Non-Credit Programs
UT Conferences provides professional meeting management services, conference facilities, and dining services to businesses, professional groups, and educational meetings for the university community as well as for the private sector.
Non-Credit Programs offers several hundred courses and certificate programs annually to enhance the quality of life and career opportunities for residents of Knoxville and the East Tennessee region.Visit the UT Conferences & Non-Credit Programs Website
The VolCard Office is responsible for creating IDs for faculty, staff and students, managing accounts that can be accessed by the VolCard, and managing accounts for the vending machines on campus.Visit the VolCard Website
Vol Dining strives to provide variety to the campus community through diverse meal plan offerings, expansive locations and hours, and menus offering healthy and sustainable options. Catering Services seeks to provide creative menus and recipes to build a remarkable dining experience for its clients.
Visit the Vol Dining Website
The VolShop is the campus hub for acquiring collegiate apparel, accessories, gifts, technology, textbooks, supplies, and so much more! They have established satellite locations on Cumberland Avenue and University Commons to better serve its customers.
Visit the VolShop Website