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Information for Recruits

Interested in finding out more about the University of Tennessee Lacrosse Program?  Fill out our online questionnaire and we will send you information as soon as we are able.

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Please take a moment to tell us about yourself and your interest in the University of Tennessee Men's Lacrosse Club!

Common Market and UT Admin Info

Greetings future University of Tennessee scholar-athletes!

This section presents information that may help prospective students decide if UT is the right blend of academic and athletic opportunities.  Below is information on the Common Market program, which allows for in-state tuition for out-of-state students in certain cases.  Also listed are contacts for the UT admissions department.  Good luck in your search and we look forward to seeing you on campus in the future.


Academic Common market

The Academic Common Market is an agreement among states for sharing unique programs. Participating states can make arrangements for their residents who are fully admitted to specific programs at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, to enroll on an in-state tuition basis if these programs are not available in the state of residence.

Cooperating states, at the undergraduate level, in the Academic Common Market are:

Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Selected bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs at UT Knoxville are approved by the Academic Common Market for residents of these states to enroll at in-state tuition rates.

Southeast Regional Education Board

Here is a link to the Southeast regional education board, which oversees the Common Market program.

The link below allows you to search specific areas of study that are covered by the Common Market.

For additional information, visit the Southern Regional Educational Board at


UT Admissions

To contact UT admissions or search for information on particular areas of study, below are several links that may be helpful.

The University of Tennessee Undergraduate Admissions