TTU Dean's and Graduation Lists now onlineTTU graduates from each Tennessee county can be found at the web link: http://www.tntech.edu/ocm/gradlist/gradlist.html
About 610 graduates walked across the stage at Tennessee Tech University’s Hooper Eblen Center this fall, bringing TTU’s overall graduation total to more than 59,000 since 1915.
TTU students from each county who earned Dean’s List honors can be found at the web link: http://www.tntech.edu/ocm/deanslist/2006/06fall_dean.txt
Students earn the academic distinction by completing a full course load with a quality point average of 3.1 or better on the university’s 4.0 scale.
TTU was ranked this year in U.S.News and World Report magazine’s 2006 America’s Best Colleges as a Top Public University in the South for its category and included among the Best Universities, including both private and public schools, in its category for the South.
In addition, TTU was one of only 17 Tennessee schools, only four of which were public universities, to be given the “Best Southeastern College” designation by The Princeton Review, and the university was named one of America’s 100 Best College Buys by Institutional Research and Evaluation Inc.
A member of the Tennessee Board of Regents, TTU ranks first in alumni satisfaction among all other TBR schools. The university offers 44 undergraduate degree and 21 graduate degree programs, including the prestigious Ph.D. in engineering, education and environmental sciences.
The university’s newest alumni came from 43 states including Tennessee, 68 Tennessee counties and 60 other countries.
Degrees were awarded in 38 undergraduate and 17 graduate fields.