East Tennessee State University has activated its ETSU Response website to provide information on how to support those affected by the devastating effects of Hurricane Dorian in both the Bahamas and the eastern coast of the United States.
The ETSU Response website has been used several times in the past to give individuals a way to provide assistance for victims of disasters and national tragedies both near and far. For more information, contact the ETSU Office of Student Affairs at (423) 439-4210.
Volunteer Information and Donation Support:
State of Tennessee:
- Contact information for recovery resources
- ReadyTN is a mobile device application from the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) providing emergency preparedness, response, and recovery information to Tennesseans.
American Red Cross:
Student and Employee Support Resources
Members of the ETSU community should be aware of support services for those students, faculty, and staff who may have been affected.
- The ETSU Counseling Center provides personal counseling for students, as well as outreach and referrals. Students
may access the ETSU Counseling Center.
at (423) 439-3333. The Counseling Center is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. The Bucs Press 2 service is available 24/7 by dialing (423) 439-4841 and pressing 2 for a counselor.
- The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a resource for faculty and staff members who need counseling support and referral to other resources. Assistance is available 24/7 by calling (855) 437-3486.
The BucsCARE website is meant to be a resource for students and for student referral. BucsCARE
includes the most referenced offices and campus resources in various categories. Student
referrals may be made to Student Affairs by submitting a CARE Report.