QUEST for Success




All you have to do is register for QUEST for Success and we will do the rest!

 Here are a few reminders once you register! 

  1. Our Office will send your registration to the Student Affairs Office to get you registered for Preview. You will not have to register separately!
  2. The QUEST for Success Program will be over around 12pm on Thursday, August 20th and the Preview Program will not start until around 4pm on that Thursday.
  3. Also, you may still receive invitations to register for both PREVIEW AND QUEST throughout the summer, but please discard those emails.
  4. Students should make plans to move-in the morning on Tuesday, August 18th at 9AM. We will send you check-in information closer to August. We will have signs, ETSU staff, and Quest Leaders all throughout campus to help you find your location.
  5. If you haven’t applied for housing, please do so soon. You can go to to find more about your housing options and get the application. If you have applied, you should get your assignments over the summer.
  6. When you move-in on August 18th, you will be moving in your assigned housing for the 2015-16 academic year.
  7. Complete your FAFSA and check your account for updates weekly. Make sure you log into your GOLDLINK account to check your status.
  8. Get your high school to send your final high school transcript after graduation.
  9. If you received an APS or FWS Workstudy position, you will need to search and apply for positions at
  10. We are on Social Media! Find ETSU Quest on Facebook (ETSU Quest for Success), Twitter (@ETSUQUEST423), and Instagram (ETSUSuccess).


QUEST for Success is a college transition program that is 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.  The QUEST for Success participants will gain insight on campus life and become familiar with our academic support services. The program also provides students with an opportunity to connect with current students and meet new ones.

Quest for Success seeks to increase underrepresented minority student participation in all academic opportunities involving leadership, study abroad, research, and internships thereby integrating them into the institution both academically and socially.

QUEST for Success focuses particularly on providing students from underrepresented minority population groups at East Tennessee State University with supplemental resources and preparation that will contribute to their success in the university’s academic environment and beyond. Students meet regularly throughout the year, and each meeting will be geared towards one of following development areas: Personal Development (Q1/ Freshman Year), Interpersonal Development (Q2/Sophomore Year), Organization Development (Q3/Junior Year), and Career Transitioning (Q4/Senior Year). Additionally, all sessions will incorporate a collaborative effort by QUEST for Success staff and leaders and also various departments on campus and/or throughout the surrounding community.






QUEST for Success

August 18-20, 2015

Registration is open now! 



We will also have a table at all the Summer Orientation Checkouts!  

You can get more information there or register as well!  

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