UT-Knoxville’s QEP, Experience Learning (2015-2020), provided our students with more opportunities to be involved in civic engagement, solve complex real-world problems, and contribute to the welfare of their communities as part of their regular course work.
- If you are looking for additional guidance related to COVID-19 and face-to-face classroom instruction, please visit the COVID-19 Classroom Guidance for Faculty webpage provided by the Office of the Provost. You can also review the university’s COVID-19 online resources by visiting, utk.edu/coronavirus.
- If you planning to lead experiential learning opportunities this semester, we highly recommend checking out our risk management resources related to COVID-19 safety and awareness measures.
- We are glad to report that the implementation of our QEP is now complete, and we received a letter from SACS-COC, our regional accreditor, that our institution’s QEP Impact Report passed the Fifth-Year Report Committee’s review. Now we are continuing the work, using the momentum gained over the past 5 years, to expand these opportunities to more students across our university.
- Our Experience Learning Dashboards are now available to campus partners for viewing and use. Through partnerships and relationships with university units and colleges built over the course of the QEP implementation process, we have collected data about experiential learning student participation across our campus dating back to 2015.