Welcome to the Undergraduate Education web site!
I’m glad you’re a
part of ETSU—a place where all of us—faculty, staff and
students—come to learn.
Before ETSU’s faculty and
staff became educators, we were learners, just like you—and
we still are.
We’re glad you’ve
joined us in the quest for learning.
Please take advantage of all the
ways you can learn in college—from books, from relationships,
The ability to learn from
everything and everyone is truly the mark of an educated person and
a noble soul.
Hang in there!
Learning is fun, but it’s
also hard work.
Only about 1 in 2 college
students in the U.S. complete their degrees.
It’s not because they
can’t do the work, but because they get distracted or
discouraged and never finish.
As the old hymn, the rallying
song of the civil rights movement, says, “Keep your eyes on
Dr. William G. Kirkwood
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education