Recognizing creative abilities and finding ways to expand knowledge and skills.
Intellectual wellness encourages learning. It is important to engage in creative and mentally-stimulating activities over the course of the lifespan. Maintaining curiosity and a strong desire to learn promotes a more balanced life.
Full-time regular faculty and staff may enroll without payment of maintenance fees for up to a maximum of nine undergraduate or graduate credit hours per term/semester. Part-time regular faculty and staff working 50 percent time or more may enroll without payment of maintenance fees based upon their percent of effort. In addition, state law provides full-time regular employees with a fee waiver for one course for credit per term at any state supported college, university, or area vocational-technical school. View the policy here.
K@te is the University of Tennessee’s Learning Management System that provides a comprehensive list of training opportunities for employees covering an array of topics.