The Volunteer Yearbook was first published in 1897 and continues to be one of UT's oldest traditions. With the exception of the 1918 interruption of school activities by World War I, it has appeared annually ever since. The Library's digital collection archives all published volumes since 1897.
The Volunteer is the University yearbook published for distribution during the fall semester. Its aims and purposes are:
◾To present an accurate collection of articles, pictures, names, and persons in representative activities and organizations at the University which will be an accurate record of the academic year for which it is published.
◾To recognize graduating seniors and students selected for honors, titles and achievements at the University.