ETSU Housing remains committed to offering our services to the best of our ability, during this time of caution and uncertainty. The below information and resources are provided to assist residents, families, and staff as we move closer to and through the Fall 2020 semester. We look forward to having students back in our halls!
For updates regarding ETSU's response to COVID-19, visit https://www.etsu.edu/coronavirus/.
We encourage all current and future residents to be checking this page, the ETSU response site above and their ETSU email accounts daily to receive all mass and individualized updates in a timely manner!
Virtual Hall Tours
We have two options which allow future Bucs to still view our halls and apartments!
- Visit View Our Halls & Apartments for in-depth information and videos/photos of each community.
- Visit ETSU Housing on Instagramfor quick highlights of select communities. New stories/highlights are added each week! Be on the look-out for your community to be featured!
If you have further questions or would like a personal video conferencing tour, feel free to contact us. We will work to accomodate requests as able.
2020-2021 COVID-19 Wellness Addendum
The health and wellness of our students is our top priority as we plan for students to arrive on campus in August. ETSU has developed a COVID-19 Wellness Addendum that outlines all the extra precautions the university is taking to reduce the spread of COVID-19, as well as the expectations of our residents to also do their part to keep themselves and the ETSU community safe. If you have questions, please contact our office.
Highlights of the addendum include guidance on guests in residence halls, face coverings, and physical distancing and hygiene expectations.
The Spring 2021 Wellness Addendum, used for residents moving into on-campus housing for Spring 2021 only, can be found here.
Guidance and Information for Residential Students Exposed to or Tested Positive for COVID-19
Our utmost concern is for the health and safety of our students and that of the entire ETSU community. While we plan to mitigate the risk of exposure to COVID-19 through physical distancing, frequent hand washing, and use of face coverings, we recognize the likelihood that some students will become ill or test positive for COVID-19 and be required to quarantine or isolate. In order to ensure the health and safety of our campus community, we have developed the following guidance and information for you to review. This link below leads to a document which outlines a variety of topics that are helpful to our students who reside on campus, particularly for those who may have to quarantine or isolate.