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Art History Club

The purpose of this organization shall be to promote interest, involvement, and conversation of pre-modern art works and theories, as well as post-modern and contemporary art works and theories.

Crossfit UTK (Crossfit)

Crossfit club at the University of Tennessee. Each class will be instructed by Level-1-certified crossfit trainers Eric Rees and Baker Donahue. Anyone and everyone is welcome to join!

Esports Club

Our organization provides a friendly environment for students to play, talk, and watch various video games. We also offer the opportunity to compete against other universities in the competitive eSports scene.

Minorities Interested in Outdoor Recreation/Exploration and Environmentalism (MORE)

MORE (Minorities interested in Outdoor Recreation/Exploration and Environmentalism) seeks to motivate mindfulness and interest in the natural environment among diverse populations through Exploration, Scholarship, and Service.

Partners in Sports

The purpose of Partners in Sports at the University of Tennessee is to stimulate and encourage understanding of and participation in goals of the Sport Management major as well as provide valuable networking opportunities.

Rock Climbing Club (Rock Climbing)

A club for rock climbers of any ability level that are excited to come out and climb! Come make friends and climb at the wall when it is not open to the public!

Skate UT (LBC@UT)

Formerly Longboard club at UT, we are now Skate UT. Skate UT is affiliated with Landyachtz Longboards, and strives to promote the sport and the progression of personal skills within longboarding and traditional skate boarding.

Student Official's Association (SOA)

Student Official's Association

Tabletop Gaming Club at UTK (UT: TGC)

The Tabletop Gaming Club at UTK seeks to allow people to enjoy card, board, and roleplaying games of various types among friends. They can learn from experienced veterans or compete in tournaments, or simply enjoy casual play.

Tennessee Collegiate Horsemen's Association (TCHA)

Tennessee Collegiate Horsemen's Association is a group dedicated to providing exposure to the equestrian world for any student who is interested in learning more about horses regarding care, health, sport, etc through events, trips, and seminars.

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