Have a question concerning the ETSU Calendar - maybe these will help. If you question
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How do I post an event on the ETSU Calendar?
Click "Submit Event" under the calendar you wish to add your event to. Note: events
on all category calendars will automatically show up on the master calendar.
Login to with your ETSU username and password.
Select the "My Profile" link at the top
Choose "Create an Event" from the left navigation
See our video tutorial above on how to submit events.
What kind of events can be posted on the Calendar?
Only campus departments and units that sponsor events may post to the online calendar
system. Among those items that are not appropriate for posting on this calendar are
classes and non-university related items. Events that a department may closely support,
but not actually sponsor, are also inappropriate for this calendar. These include
theatrical events in the surrounding area or neighboring colleges, community arts
events, area festivals, church events, civic club events, etc.
Can I have events that pertain to only my department/office/college show up on my
webpage in a calendar or list form?
Yes. Web Technology Services can generate the appropriate code to pull your specific
events out of the calendar. Please contact the web coordinator at 439-8249 to setup
a brief meeting to discuss available options and determine your needs.
What if I don’t see the location for my event in the drop down list, when I am adding
it to the calendar system thru the administration panel?
To maintain consistency in location naming across the calendar system, all locations
are to be added by Web Technology Services. Please contact the web coordinator at
439-8249 to request that a specific location or room be added to the administrative
panel of the calendar system.
Who can add events to the ETSU Calendar?
Any ETSU faculty, staff or student can login to the calendar and enter an event. Each
event entered into the system must be approved by a calendar administrator.