Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Who is my advisor?
- Students who have declared a major should see an advisor in that major.
- Students should contact the department of their major for information or contact the Advisement resource Career Center (ARC) located on the 2nd level of the D.P. Culp Center 423-439-8650 for additional information. Please see link for quick reference numbers. http://www.etsu.edu/advisement/continuingstudents/AdvisorContactList.aspx
Q. When do I get advised?
- All students have an advisor and should confer with their advisor each semester. In fact, ETSU requires most students consult with an advisor before registering each semester. The following students must be advised before they are able to register each semester.
Q. What are the important dates to remember?
Q. Which classes are required for all degrees?
- The General Education Requirements - Colleges and universities use the term "general education" to refer to a common set of course requirements that all students must meet, regardless of their major or career goals. The purpose of general education is to help students acquire a broad foundation of skills and knowledge that will be useful in their personal, professional and civic lives. Please click here to see the courses required -
Q. Are Intensive Courses required at ETSU?
Q. What is the Advisement Resource Center (ARC)?
- The ARC is a one stop shop for all your Academic Support and Service needs… conveniently located under one roof (D.P. Culp Center, 2nd Level). For more information please click on http://www.etsu.edu/arc/