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Undergraduate Student Advisement

East Tennessee State University

Advising Help Page

Resources for Advisors 

Please see the following information and resources for advising online.

This webpage was designed to help advisors stay connected during this unusual time to help ensure that our students are successful.

If there is any information advisors would like to add here, please email Suzy Hooven at  


Helpful Information, videos, and Tutorials


Registration Tools:

How to view registration status 
Who to contact for registration holds


Virtual Tools: 

 ITV and Video Conferencing
ITV and Video Conferencing
For more information on ITV and Video Conferencing, visit the Video Classroom page at ATS. 
Advisor Toolkit for Online Advising

Ian Steidle of the University Advisement Center created this website  of helpful information.

Google Voice Information

 If you want to have phone appointments with students, but do not want to give our your personal phone number, you can use Google Voice to connect your phone number to a different number. You can then use an application of your phone or tablet, or the web to call your students.  This is the sample content that will appear when the accordion is opened.


 Advising Information


Learning Support Permits

Visit the UAC Virtual Office through Zoom or email Dr. Stacy Onks (

Arts & Sciences Class Permits

Contact Academic Departments (via main number). For emergencies and final backup resource, email Martha Edde (

International Students -

Literature and Language offers some English and Literature courses (with a sec, 1 number) these are specifically for students who's first language is not english.

Department of History also offers a course HIST 2010-002. Requires a pemit.

English - contact Diana Qualls at 423-439-4339 or email  
History 2010 002- Email Dr. Antkiewicz at ()  

Late Dops, and withdrawals
For directions see the registrar's webpage
Registrar Contact Information













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