In response to the Coronavirus
Transfer and Adult Student Outreach Reduced Office Hours
In light of the fluid situation concerning COVID -19, and with the health and safety of the ETSU Community as our top priority, we have reduced office hours. We plan to continue to serve our students and community, supplementing these hours by working remotely.
We are keeping Virtual Office Hours so you can contact us at:
April Rainbolt: email@example.com;
Whitney Marlowe: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Valerie Bodell: email@example.com
The TASO office and Academic Advisors will be providing "Virtual Services" to all students" M-F 8-4:30 and as needed. For transfer student advisement appointments, please call 423-439-8300.
The mission of the Office of Transfer and Adult Student Outreach is to provide transfer students with the appropriate resources for academic success, thus creating a smooth and seamless transition for East Tennessee State University students. Our office initiatives continue to be focused on regional recruitment, the development of partnerships with area community colleges, creating new and updating existing articulation agreements, and constantly searching for ways to create a more seamless transition for our transfer students. We feel that articulation is directly linked to recruitment, retention, student satisfaction, and graduation rates.
We encourage you to become familiar with this website as it contains all the information you need to determine how your credits will transfer. It may even assist you in registering for courses at your current institution. We hope you find this site easy to navigate and easy to search for answers to your questions. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact one of our staff members.
- Identify a contact at both the community college and the university level to assist you through the transfer process. Ask about enhancing your transfer experience with Dual Admission.
- Carefully review the undergraduate catalog for your ETSU major regarding specific requirements that may also appear as part of the general education core. If you can take a course at the community college level that will fulfill both a major requirement and a general education requirement, we encourage you to do so.
- Review the Transfer Course Equivalency table to see how your courses will transfer to ETSU.
- Apply for available scholarships. The application deadline for most ETSU scholarships is March 1 for the following fall term.
- DON'T BE AFRAID TO ASK QUESTIONS! We are here to help you make the best of your transfer experience! Contact us today.
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