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Quillen 5K Fun Run/Walk Registration
The Organization of Student Representatives (OSR) at East Tennessee State University’s Quillen College of Medicine is hosting a virtual 5K fundraiser on Saturday, November 13 to benefit the Willow Unit at Woodridge Hospital. Registration for the virtual 5K is $10 per person. Your $10 registration fee puts you in the running for raffle prizes, but every $2 donation on top of your registration fee will add your name into the raffle again. Additionally, winners from each age group will receive a prize. Registration closes on November 13 at 11:59pm. Be sure to download a free run tracking app such as Strava, Runkeeper, or Nike Run Club. Take a screenshot of your time on race day and email the results to quillenOSR@gmail.com. The top 3 winners in each age group will receive a prize from local businesses.
With the sponsors and people involved, we are confident that this event will be a huge success for our region and school. This is a great opportunity to serve the community and if you would like to be involved, we encourage you to sign up here.
Welcome to the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow: Quillen College of Medicine! QCOM offers many more opportunities than you may be able to obtain at other institutions.
Although committed to the education of primary care physicians, as a graduate from our school, you will still be well qualified to pursue any field of medicine of your choosing. With the class size limited to 79 students, you will not feel like a number. You will feel camaraderie with your fellow students and develop close relationships with not only faculty but with administrators as well.
The mission of the Office for Student Affairs — in support of the mission of the Quillen College of Medicine (QCOM) – is to improve health in the communities and region we serve. We also aim to catalyze the growth of medical students through student-centered, comprehensive academic and career advising, cutting-edge leadership and professional development programming, not to mention a focus on wellness, which includes healthy relationships and transitions throughout medical school career.
We are located on the second-floor of Building 178, Stanton-Gerber Hall on the Mountain Home VA Campus.
Our office supports you with a multi-faceted service-oriented staff. Our Department manages admissions and records, helps with budgeting and financial aid services and supports student programs.
We encourage you to join our family. We feel your education will be amazing and anticipate you will become one of our best ambassadors. Don’t just take our word for it, ask our students! Ask a Student (etsu.edu)
We invite you to join our family. You will be proud of your education here and when you graduate from Quillen College of Medicine, we anticipate you will be one of our best ambassadors.
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