ETSU Wins Top Adventure College
Bucs Go Beyond
ETSU was founded in 1911 with a singular purpose: to improve the quality of life for people in the region and beyond.
Bucs Go Beyond
Discovering his place in politics
Aiden Graybeal felt drawn to politics from an early age. While he didn’t find a lot of opportunities to explore that inherent interest in elementary or high school, today he’s preparing to take the gavel as the speaker of the House of Representatives in the 2023 Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature.
ETSU at a Glance
Nearly 14,000 students from 50+ countries and all 50 states
166 highly respected academic programs, many nationally ranked
862 military-affiliated students
ETSU is among the top ten percent of colleges for least amount of student debt
Nineteen Division 1 athletic teams competing in the Southern Conference
250 student organizations to help you find your place and your people
Life in the Appalachian Highlands
Set in an outdoor-lover’s paradise, ETSU’s main campus is located in beautiful and vibrant Johnson City, Tennessee. It is a short drive to numerous thriving mountain towns including Bristol, Kingsport, and historic Jonesborough, as well as Asheville in bordering North Carolina.
And with gorgeous lakes, rivers, and hiking and biking trails nearby — including more than 100 miles of the Appalachian Trail — there is always something new to explore.
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