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PROGRAMS SPONSORED BY THE OFFICE OF EQUITY AND DIVERSITY TO SUPPORT RECRUITING AND RETAINING A DIVERSE STUDENT BODY
A recruitment program that invites 11th and 12th grade high school students, from underrepresented minority groups and socioeconomically disadvantaged students, onto campus for a weekend in the fall and spring semesters.
Aa college transition program designed to help underrepresented students become acclimated to campus life while building a network of friends, faculty, and staff to assist them through their college journey.
A group of student peer educators who are passionate about social justice and equality.
A mentoring program committed to empower incoming first-year underrepresented students beyond the mere college experience.
ORGANIZATIONS AND SERVICES ON CAMPUS DEVOTED TO SUPPORTING A DIVERSE ENVIRONMENT
This office provides a range of support services for international students, including the ETSU International Friendship Families Program.
This office provides services to support students with disabilities in educational and other campus activities.
This office enhances the university climate regarding through educational and cultural events, services, and policies and procedures.
This office promotes a culturally diverse campus community and offers year round programs to expose students to other cultures and ethnicities.
This office organizes public lectures and cultural activities and publishes a quarterly newsletter.