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Adult, Commuter, and Transfer Services. Because we know that making a successful transition means more than getting a schedule of classes, A. Adult students benefit from personalized referrals while gaining a greater awareness of university services and events. In partnership with other university offices and academic departments, A. Advisement, Resources, and Career Center.

Culp University Center next to the Bookstore, phone In addition to advising students, referrals for additional academic assistance are made when necessary. The ARC is user-friendly so that students can access advisement, career and support services without ever leaving the facility. The ARC serves as a primary resource for students who have a variety of needs including those who are entering the university for the first time, those that are unsure about an academic major or career option, and those who wish to take advantage of various academic support services to enhance their classroom learning.

The ARC incorporates several academic and student support services listed below. University Advisement Center-Undeclared The Center offers academic advising and counseling to all undergraduate students who have not declared a specific major or who are not yet ready to commit to a major at ETSU or who are taking developmental studies courses.

Visit our web site at www. Graduate non-degree students should seek advisement from the School of Graduate Studies, Arts and Sciences in the ARC See web site for more details: Cooperative Education and Internship Services Additionally, this office assists with resume development and Internet job access information.

University Tutoring Services An academic support program that offers a variety of tutoring approaches. UTS offers group and online tutoring for selected high-risk core courses. These services are free and available to all ETSU students. Peer Career Center Located in the ARC, the Peer Career Center is a starting place for students who are uncertain about their choice of academic major or career. With the assistance of our professional staff, career interest inventories, personality inventories, and an extensive career library, we can help students identify career options that suit their personal needs.

These services are free to current ETSU students. Limited services are available to potential students and ETSU alumni. Alumni may participate in a variety of activities, such as regional chapter activities, constituent societies, special alumni programs, alumni student recruitment, reunions, Homecoming and various events that support ETSU. Dossett Hall, phone The America Reads Program hires, trains, and places federal work-study students at schools and community centers in Johnson City and its surrounding counties to provide one-on-one and small group instruction to children who read below the third-grade level.

Through this outreach to the community, local children and youth receive personalized tutoring needed in order to excel in reading thus boosting their confidence, motivation and overall academic achievement. For more information contact or email amreads etsu. Students who do not receive federal work-study funds may serve as volunteers.

Appalachian Studies and Services. The Center for Appalachian Studies and Services, a Tennessee Center of Excellence, coordinates instruction, research, and public service programs that address quality of life issues in the Appalachian region. The center encompasses the Archives of Appalachia, the B. The center offers internships for qualified students. The University Bookstore is located on the 3rd floor of the D.

It is open fall and spring semester Monday - Thursday 7: The university has contracted with the Johnson City Transit System to offer a free shuttle service for students, faculty, staff, and visitors, linking parking lots on the perimeter of the campus with main academic and administrative buildings.

Operation hours are scheduled during class periods as well as in conjunction with selected major campus events. Schedule, route, and other details are available at various locations on campus including the Office of Adult, Commuter and Transfer Services, middle level of the Culp University Center, phone and the Student Affairs Office, phone Experienced career professionals are available to help you focus on careers that match your personal goals. They will support you in preparing a resume and other materials for your job search, learning the job search skills that lead to success, and identifying the work experiences that will help you continue to grow and develop as a student and a graduate.

The following resources, programs, and references are provided by University Career Services to assist students in career preparation:.

All students are encouraged to utilize these services during each year at ETSU. Making career decisions is a lifelong process. Whether you are exploring work, graduate school, or volunteer experience, University Career Services will help you prepare for the next step in your journey.

Additional information and resources are available at http: The Office of Adult, Commuter and Transfer Services provides specialized student services important to the commuting student.

These services include transit information, loan of battery pack, air compressor, and off-campus housing information. In addition, students may access the RideShare and Carpool programs by contacting A. Sherrod Library Computer Lab. The Sherrod Library lab is located on the first floor of the library at the reference area on the right. It is monitored by an ITS employee who is able to loan out equipment including laptops, projectors, and cameras.

Same as Sherrod Library - https: Lucille Clement Laptop Lab. The Lucille Clement lab is located on the first floor of the Lucille Clement dorm.

It may be accessed through the door on the side of the building facing the Basler Center for Physical Activity. It contains a multimedia room that may be reserved by students for presentation practice phone- The computer labs are staffed by Lab Monitors student workers at all times. They are supervised by a central Lab Manager. Lab Monitors help users with common problems and keep the lab secure and orderly. They are not tutors.

All students are provided with Internet access and an e-mail address that will be active for the duration of their stay at ETSU. Computer Resources Code of Ethics. All users of any institutionally maintained electronic data, data files, software, and networks are expected to handle the resource in a responsible and ethical manner. The responsibility for the release or discussion of data is assigned to the official custodian of the data file s.

University electronically maintained data, data files, software, and networks will be used for authorized purposes only. Users are responsible for the security of the resources. Any use of the resource deemed irresponsible or unethical as defined in the Faculty Handbook section 1. Computer Network and Internet Access: East Tennessee State University ETSU operates a wide-area network that interconnects local area networks in academic and administrative offices, student computer labs, and in the future dormitory rooms.

This privilege carries with it responsibilities with which all users must comply. Everyone within the ETSU community who uses networked computing and communications facilities has the responsibility to use them in an ethical, professional and legal manner, and to abide by TECnet policies.

Users should respect the privacy rights of others. Communications which violate Tennessee, federal, or international law are not acceptable. These statements concerning responsibility are not meant to be exhaustive. It is the policy of East Tennessee State University to protect all institutional computing resources including, but not limited to, hardware and software, consisting of the actual equipment being supplied by the university as well as the programs and related materials used in conjunction therewith.

Should such a review take place, the user will be given notice, as a courtesy only, of the results of said review within a reasonable time after the review is completed. For such a policy to work, it is essential that users observe responsible and ethical behavior in the use of the resources.

The examples do not constitute a complete list but are intended to convey the intent of the code. Users should not damage or attempt to damage computer equipment or to modify or attempt to modify equipment so that it does not function as originally intended.

It is equally wrong to damage or modify or attempt to damage or modify the software components: Users should not use or attempt to use an account without authorization from the owner of that account. Users have the responsibility of protecting their accounts through the proper use of passwords, but the fact that an account is unprotected does not imply permission for an unauthorized person to use it.

Further, accounts are to be used only for the purposes for which they have been established. Providing passwords or in any way permitting or making it possible for anyone other than the authorized owner of the account to use computer resources is not authorized and may be a violation of Tennessee Law. Under this condition both the owner and the unauthorized user may be subject to legal action if determined to be appropriate by ETSU legal counsel. There are special accounts for such purposes.

Users should not use private files without authorization. Owners of such files should take precautions and use the security mechanisms available. However, the fact that a file is not protected does not make it right for anyone to access it, unless it is specifically designed as a public access file.

It is equally wrong for anyone to change or delete a file that belongs to anyone else without authorization. Violation of property rights and copyrights covering data, computer programs, and documentation is also wrong. In the event of accidental access of private files, confidentiality of those files must be maintained. Printing of large unnecessary listings and the playing of games solely for entertainment are examples of such abuse.

Users are expected to be aware of the resources they are using and to make reasonable efforts to use these resources efficiently. All state and federal copyright laws will be abided by at all times.

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Your friend may feel most comfortable seeking out a resource that reflects their identity or experience. For instance, they might be interested in speaking with a religious professional, a counselor at an LGBTQ organization, or a counselor at a community organization that reflects their racial or ethnic background.

It can be helpful to find local or even distant resource centers to email. Often resource centers have a list of LGBT-confident therapists and professionals you can use to find help that you trust. Give your friend opportunities to continue with activities you enjoy doing together. It helped me realize that they valued me as a person over this event that happened.

Just as you help your friend connect to support resources, you may want to reach out to some yourself. You may also find it useful to connect to sources of support that reflect your identity, such as campus or community organizations representing your racial or ethnic group, religion, or sexuality.

Taking a nap, writing, having a meal, asking someone else a professional or another friend to support you are all great examples of self-care. By simply being a good friend e. Find local advocacy and support: Live anonymous private consults: Helping a friend after sexual assault: University of New Hampshire.

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Students who attended a public or private school in Tennessee for grades kindergarten through twelve for any period of time on or after July 1, , are considered exempt and do not need to provide documentation. Nicks Hall or fax it to The State of Tennessee mandates that all students be informed about Hepatitis B infection. Those students who will be living in on-campus housing must also be informed about the risk of meningococcal meningitis infection.

A waiver indicating that the student is aware of the disease risks and the availability of vaccines for the diseases of hepatitis and meningitis must be signed. The waiver can be electronically signed on GoldLink at the time of registration for classes. Nicks Hall or via the web site: A parental signature is required on the form if the student is underage. The law does not require hepatitis or meningitis vaccinations for enrollment at this time. The waiver must be signed to avoid delays in the registration process for classes and obtainment of grades.

The paper waiver should be turned in to Student Health Services. It may be faxed to For information by phone call 0 if on campus and if off campus. Information via the Internet is available at www. The University Center Office on the second floor of the D.

Culp University Center serves as a general information area from 8 a. Saturday and Sunday during the fall and spring semesters. Staff members are knowledgeable about campus and academic policies and information and are willing to assist students on the phone or in person.

Hours are 8 a. I t is the responsibility of all students to provide hospitalization insurance for themselves if they desire to have coverage in the event of an illness or in case of injury while attending the university. For those students not having protection under a family insurance plan or for those who want additional coverage, ETSU has arranged for a special student insurance policy. Application forms and information pertaining to this insurance are available in the Student Health Clinic located in Nicks Hall.

International Programs and Services. The International Programs and Services Office, located on the first floor of Yoakley hall, serves the international community of visiting international students and scholars from more than 60 countries who attend or visit ETSU. The office also coordinates study abroad, overseas university partnerships, exchange programs, and the International Education Study Abroad Scholarship.

Educating future leaders is the purpose of higher education. Preparing for these opportunities can be accomplished by participation in service initiatives, taking Leadership courses, enrolling in the Leadership Minor, and participation in campus organizations. For more information about Leadership Development, contact Dr. Students are encouraged to expand their intellectual and social development. For more information, contact the Student Organization Resource Center at If you are looking for ways to get involved on campus - you have come to the right spot.

There are more than registered student organizations on the campus of ETSU, representing the diverse interests of our student population. Students are encouraged to be involved in campus life and our office can help you make the connection. The Center for Community Engagement, Learning, and Leadership serves as the resource center for all registered student organizations.

We provide services and information, such as registration of organizations, assistance with event planning, maintenance of student activity calendar of events, and leadership training for student organizations. Almost student organizations provide involvement opportunities for everyone. Student organizations at ETSU are categorized into one of the following areas which best describes their general purpose: Contact Community Engagement, Learning, and Leadership, phone for more information.

Comprised of students, Buctainment plans major campus events such as concerts, movies, lectures, comedy shows, and Homecoming. Students can be involved with Buctainment as a member or programmer, or by attending a show as an audience member. It is a great opportunity to learn the technical, business, and marketing side of the entertainment industry. Culp University Center, lower level, phone or email etsufun etsu.

Placement services are provided as part of the Office of Career and Internship Services. The office processes inquiries from business, industry, school systems, hospitals, and government and social agencies. It also assembles employment materials, checks recommendations, arranges for interviews, distributes credentials, and provides other support service to complete the employment process. The Public Safety Building is located at the entrance of the university on University Parkway and has personnel on duty 24 hours a day for assistance.

The emergency telephone number is The public safety staff is composed of 21 state-certified sworn police officers who are also trained fire fighters. Public safety is a full-service police department encompassing traffic and parking enforcement, uniformed patrol, criminal investigations, and crime prevention education. Public Safety also provides these services: The non-emergency telephone number is The number for the administrative offices is A traffic and parking regulation brochure has been prepared to inform and to protect all who use the campus roadways and parking areas.

ETSU at Kingsport is located on 97 acres and offers day, evening and weekend classes, including lower and upper division and graduate courses. The selection is sufficient to meet most degree requirements of the university during the first two years. The phone number is Selected undergraduate and graduate courses are available during the day and evening through an articulation agreement between ETSU and Walters State Community College.

The Department of Allied Health Sciences, located at the Nave Center in Elizabethton, is a multidisciplinary department offering courses of study leading to a Bachelor of Science. The telephone number is The department offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Dental Hygiene. School of Continuing Studies and Academic Outreach. An academic service provider for the university, the School of Continuing Studies and Academic Outreach offers a variety of opportunities.

The Division of Cross-Disciplinary Studies makes it possible to offer degree programs or selected courses at the work place or in local communities through Cohort Programs. The Bachelor of General Studies, Bachelor of Applied Science, Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies, and the Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies programs serve non-traditional students who need courses off-campus, in the evening, or online.

The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies and the Master of Professional Studies allow adult students to pursue interdisciplinary study in a variety of areas. A regional center in Kingsport affords students the opportunity to remain close to home and pursue a degree.

The Office of Summer School Programs works in conjunction with the colleges at ETSU to examine opportunities for enhancing summer enrollment by providing extensive course options and programs for students, and encouraging faculty to be innovative and creative in the development of new courses. Service-Learning is a form of experimental education in which students engage in activities that address human and community needs together with structured opportunities intentionally designed to promote student learning and development.

Many disciplines integrate service-learning into their courses. Contact the Office of Service-Learning at The Student Government Association SGA strives to represent the opinions of the students on every aspect of campus academic and extracurricular life. Its members work closely with students, faculty, and administration to provide advice and information and a strong voice in the governance of the university.

East Tennessee State University students enjoy the benefits of a modern health care service. Clinic Services are available to all enrolled students. The professional staff includes nurse practitioners, physicians, registered nurses, and a health educator. Please call for further information. The Dental Hygiene Clinic of the Department of Allied Health Sciences offers such comprehensive preventive therapeutic procedures as scaling and polishing teeth, pit and fissure sealants, nutritional counseling, periodontal therapy, patient education and exposing and developing radiographs.

All treatment is performed, for a modest fee, by dental hygiene students under the supervision of the licensed dentist and dental hygiene faculty. Services are open to all students, university employees, and the general public. The Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic, a component of the Department of Communicative Disorders, provides professional speech-language pathology and audiology services to students, faculty, and the general public.

The service is provided by speech-language pathology and audiology graduate students under the direct supervision of licensed Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists. The areas of service include speech and hearing evaluation, hearing aid evaluation, and treatment of speech and hearing disorders through therapy. Intervention may be available for deficits in articulation, phonology, language, voice, and fluency. The clinic is located in Room of Lamb Hall.

Please call for appointments or information. Coordinates most of the academic and need-based scholarships. The office provides information and scholarship applications for ETSU scholarships and serves as a resource for external scholarship information.

The office provides advisor training, coordinates the Need Help web site, and oversees the Partners in Education Program. Please call to schedule a campus tour. We can also schedule a meeting with a graduate program coordinator. For a virtual visit to ETSU, try our web site at www.

Panhellenic Hall, Room ; Address: Please visit the Culp Center website for updates while the Culp Center is being renovated. Culp University Center is a modern architecturally designed student center conveniently located in the heart of campus. The specific purpose of the Culp Center is to serve students as an integral part of their educational life. The Culp University Center provides a wide variety of services, entertainment, and social activities for the campus community.

For information regarding the use and reservation of these facilities, contact the Culp University Center office at The Office of Veterans Affairs is concerned with the needs, problems, and success of students eligible for educational assistance benefits affiliated with a branch of the Armed Forces.

These include all chapters of the G. Volunteer ETSU is a student-organized community service resource center that promotes, organizes, and supports a variety of public service opportunities for the campus community. It continues a long tradition of service to the community by students, faculty, staff, and alumni of East Tennessee State University. Named the th Point of Light by the Office of the President of the United States, Volunteer ETSU promotes volunteerism and coordinates the major service projects and activities for students, encouraging thoughtful experiences in service, and challenging participants to actively address the problems we face as a society.

For more information or to become involved in Volunteer ETSU or any of its numerous projects, call or e-mail at vetsu etsu. Where You Live Matters! On-campus living is at the heart of ETSU campus life and offers attractive, affordable, safe, and convenient educational opportunities for graduate students. You will have increased access to the library; computer labs; extracurricular activities; intercollegiate athletics; health facilities; intramural and recreation programs; other students; lectures; concerts; other campus facilities; services; and programs.

All residence halls have rooms furnished with twin- or twin-long size beds; desk; chairs; closets or wardrobes; mini-blinds; and cable TV hookup. There is one Ethernet port for each student and each building has its own Wi-Fi connection. All areas have laundry facilities; kitchens with the exception of Governors Hall and vending facilities; and adjacent parking. Smoking is prohibited in all campus buildings, including the residence halls and apartments.

Trained residence hall staff is available in each hall to assist with the total operation of the hall; enforce rules and regulations; provide programs and activities; advise, counsel and refer students; assist in emergencies; and other assigned duties. A limited number of apartments are available for married or single parents or single graduate students.

These include one-bedroom apartments for married or single parents with a child under the age of seven, and a limited number of private efficiency apartments for graduate students. Sophomores and above enjoy two- occupancy bedroom apartment units. Each apartment contains a furnished living area, single bedrooms with double bed, closet, desk, and chest of drawers; kitchen facilities, including full-sized refrigerator, stove, microwave, and garbage disposal; washer and dryer; and two bathrooms.

Living on campus is strongly encouraged, but not required or guaranteed. The mailing address is:. East Tennessee State University P. All residence halls with the exception of Buc Ridge and Davis Apartments, which have outside doors, are secured 24 hours per day. The Department of Public Safety and the Office of Housing and Residence Life operate night patrol each night in the vicinity of the residence hall and residence hall parking lots.

These individuals are not police officers, but are equipped with two-way radios and have a uniform. Duties include checking for propped doors, checking locked doors, watching for any unusual event, and checking parking lots around the residence halls.

The Department of Public Safety will also escort students on campus after the public transit has stopped services for the evening - please call Housing and Residence Life Costs.

Meal plans are available for resident and commuter students. Five types of programs are offered: There is also a casual care service, equipment room, locker room, and personal training suite. Directly adjacent to the CPA is the Basler Challenge course with its towers, walls, and low elements. Also located beside the building are two lighted ballfields that can accommodate a range of team sports.

Fitness programs are the most popular types of recreational activity on any college campus. The CPA boasts a 15,square-foot weight-room with cardiovascular stations, free weights, and weight machines. There is also a personal training service with fitness testing, exercise prescription, and supervised workouts. Lap swimming will be scheduled three times daily during the week. Aqua aerobics classes are scheduled as well. Varieties of team and individual intramural sports are scheduled each semester.

Traditional fall team sports are flag football and volleyball. Spring team sports are basketball and softball. Campus Recreation is also very involved in Homecoming in the fall. The unit has offered karate, kayaking, rock climbing, and swim lessons and intends to expand into racquet sports, SCUBA, and self-defense in the near future.

Campus Recreation stages leadership and team building seminars for academic departments and student groups. For more information or to schedule a seminar, call There are also times for individual students to challenge the tower and climb.

All gear is provided. Backpacks, sleeping bags, and tents can be rented from room , Brooks Gym. The department stages skydiving, paintball, skiing, and whitewater rafting most years.

Student leadership and volunteerism in an athletic environment are the focus of sports clubs programs. Individual clubs promote competition, instruction, and social interaction.

Graduate assistant positions are also available. Preference is given to students majoring in exercise science or sports management, but any ETSU student would find Campus Recreation to be a challenging, rewarding, user-friendly environment.

Studies have indicated that students who are employed on campus persist to graduation better than those who work off campus or do not work at all. Please inquire early in the semester about possible employment opportunities. There are two options for spouse and dependent use of the CPA. Spouse and dependent memberships may be purchased at the equipment room. Such memberships are available only to the immediate family members of currently enrolled students and currently employed faculty and staff members.

Dependents 17 and under must be accompanied by a parent at all times in the CPA. Memberships for dependents may also be purchased and those adult users will be issued a picture ID. Access will not be made available to dependents 22 and over. A Saturday morning family program will be held weekly from 9 a. Families will be able to use the pool, climbing wall, and gyms. There will also be instructional programs and special events scheduled on a regular basis.

Participation in any type of positive activity is an important part of the collegiate experience. However, there are risks involved in any and all sports. Persons injured while participating in recreational activities are responsible for their own medical expenses. ETSU does not carry any type of blanket insurance coverage. The Department of Campus Recreation takes a wide range of precautions to protect its participants, but everyone is encouraged to purchase some type of comprehensive insurance protection.

It is the goal of the Department of Campus Recreation to provide a comprehensive service schedule of events, programs, and services for the entire ETSU community. The program is all-inclusive and previous athletic experience or skill is not a prerequisite for participation.

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