Events, Visitor & Community Information
Helping the community through the impact of coronavirus
ETSU continues to host virtual and in-person events
In an effort to keep the community connected during the COVID-19 outbreak, ETSU continues
to host a variety of events both virtually and in-person with safety measures in place.
A listing of upcoming events and activities is available on the ETSU Events Calendar and ETSU Meetups website.
Every Thursday, ETSU students, faculty and staff receive the "ETSU Events" email newsletter highlighting events happening the next 7-10 days. To submit an announcement for the "ETSU Events" email newsletter, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
How is ETSU safely hosting in-person events?
In-person programs and activities must follow physical distancing, reduced density/attendance and other safety guidelines.
Indoor meetings or gatherings greater than 15 people not associated with academic coursework are prohibited without special exception from the appropriate vice president and approved Event Health Safety Plan.
Outdoor gatherings greater than 50 people are prohibited without special exception from the appropriate vice president and approved Event Health Safety Plan.
*rare exceptions may be made for the following spaces:
- Millennium Center
- Greene Stadium
- Brooks Gym
- Martha Culp Auditorium (D.P. Culp Student Center)
- Martin Center - Main Hall
- Select outdoor spaces
*Seating occupancy should not exceed 10% of the building's maximum capacity as determined by ETSU Facilities.
To apply for an exception, faculty/staff must work with their supervisor to complete and submit an Event Approval Request Form with an Event Health Safety Plan, to Facilities Management at least 14 days prior to the event. Space Use Committee will review and approve the health safety plans.
A policy, called COVID-19 Safeguards for Classes, Gatherings, and Events has been developed and provides a template for completing the health safety plan.
Guidance for Student Organizations
The Division of Student Life and Enrollment has released guidelines for student organization planning. The guidelines cover a variety of topics including on and off campus activities, travel, food and recruitment of new members.