Higher Education Facilities Program Borrowers

Borrowers of the Tennessee State School Bond Authority Higher Education Facilities Program consists of two systems: The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees and the Tennessee Board of Regents of the State University and Community College System. The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees governs the University of Tennessee system, and the Tennessee Board of Regents of the State University and Community College System of Tennessee governs the state universities, community colleges, and colleges of applied technology. The Boards are the governing bodies for all public higher education in Tennessee.

The University of Tennessee has four campuses (at Knoxville, Martin, Memphis, and Chattanooga), with 33 colleges, schools and divisions, all of which constitute a single “Institution.” The Tennessee Board of Regents system includes 6 universities, 13 community colleges, and 27 colleges of applied technology, all of which constitute a single “Institution.”

The Tennessee Higher Education Commission is the coordinator of higher education in Tennessee.

For more information on the borrowers, follow the links below:

Financial Audit Reports of the Borrowers

Tennessee Higher Education Commission

Tennessee Board of Regents

The University of Tennessee