Quillen College of Medicine Admissions
Quillen is the very best medical school in the nation. . .for some people!
Restrictions have affected much of our lives due to COVID-19. You may be unable to place your feet on Quillen's campus right now, but we are working to find imaginative ways for your "virtual" feet to step through and explore what we have to offer. See the discovery areas below where you can "walk" our campus and see our facilities. Get to know a few of our current students and hear about their personal experiences here at Quillen. Come join us for a virtual visit to this area and check out our low cost of living, climate in East Tennessee, purchase/rental costs of housing, and map our location and proximity to major cities. You will enjoy meeting our Dean of Medicine, some of our faculty, our admissions team and program coordinators as they tell you some important details you're hoping to learn about our college, our classes, and next steps to apply. We're glad you're here, and we look forward to spending some time with you!
Come take a Seat — it's Great to Meet You!
Let's Take a Walking Tour of Quillen College of Medicine
Imagine yourself as a student here for a moment —
You will find a unique environment with a smaller class size that supports individual attention from faculty and staff.
Our campus is serene, sharing over 240 acres of grassy, tree-lined areas, and historical buildings.
Visit our Anatomy Lab
See the IPER Center
Click Each Area Below to Discover Who We Are
The ETSU Quillen College of Medicine, Office of Admissions is closed physically,
but open through the great world of technology with staff working from remote locations.
Staff are monitoring the phones and emails. No face-to-face appointments are scheduled
at this time.
Call 423-439-2033 or email is firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
We will get back to you as soon as possible during normal working hours 8:00-4:30 EDT.
We hope the very best for everyone.
Please visit www.etsu.edu/coronavirus for the latest updates and response to COVID-19.