ETSU's QUEST for Success is a college transition program which begins in August, the week before classes begin. The program is designed to help historically underrepresented students become acclimated to campus life while building a network of friends, faculty, and staff to assist them through their college journey while at ETSU. The QUEST for Success program participants will gain insight on campus life and become familiar with our academic support services. The program also provides students with an opportunity to connect with current students and meet new ones.
ETSU QUEST for Success is a free program. Students will move-in the week before classes begin. There will be sessions and activities throughout that week to help prepare students for the first day of classes and help with any last minute concerns. At the end of the QUEST for Success Program, students then will continue the week with the PREVIEW Program. Those who participate in the QUEST for Success Program will have an opportunity to attend Preview at a discounted fee of $25, but must fully participate in all Previews' activities. The program will continue throughout the year. We will have programs, workshops, sessions, and socials events each month.
Applications for the QUEST for Success Program will be sent out starting in May. Students will also receive more information at one of the Summer Orientations. You can either apply or pay at Orientation or you can send the application and payment via mail.
If you did not participate in the QUEST for Success program during August, you can still participate. For more information, please contact Carshonda Harris at (423) 439-4595 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are now accepting leader applications for 2014-2015 QUEST for Success. The deadline is Thursday, October 31st. You can either mail, fax or email the application to:
Office of Equity and Diversity
The Quest Leaders will be paired with another Quest Leader and will be assigned a small group of new incoming students. The Quest Leaders will be responsible for attending training sessions starting Spring 2014, participating in Quest events, helping to keep students engaged in the Quest program, and be a role model and guide to the students as they begin a new chapter of their lives.
Qualifications for Quest Leaders
Click here for Quest Leader Application