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University Programs provide support to ETSU and students, regardless of college/unit.  

  • Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC). Offers top-notch leadership courses for students interested in serving the nation as Army officers. Through class work and field training, students learn first-hand what it takes to lead, motivate groups, overcome challenges, and succeed in a competitive environment. During their time at ETSU, students will receive the tools, training, and experience necessary to graduate as a commissioned Second Lieutenant in the United States Army.  You can help enhance their experience!
  • Eagle Cam. The Department of Biological Sciences at East Tennessee State University maintains live Eagle Cams in Johnson City and Bluff City, Tennessee. We are proud to be able to provide this window into nature that offers a view of our local, magnificent Bald Eagles. We welcome your comments on our LiveStream chat and Facebook page with us and with other eagle watchers. Thank you for your support of our Eagle Camera project!
  • Martin Center for the Arts.  Join us in realizing the dream of performance and instructional spaces for students, faculty and community!  Inside the center (now open!) patrons, students and artists will find three performance venues – a 1,200-seat Foundation Grand Hall, a 200-plus-seat Recital Hall and a flexible staging/seating black box performing space, the Bert C. Bach Theatre. Facing the southern exposure and the main ETSU campus is the 3,000-square-foot Tindall Lobby, featuring a box office, monitors offering live feeds from the venues, and a view of the Sonia S. King Plaza that frames the front and eastern side of the facility.  More information available about the Center at
  • WETS-FM.  A public radio station operated as a partnership between East Tennessee State University and the station's listeners. Operating 24-hours a day at 89.5 MHz in the Tri-Cities Tennessee/Virginia region, the station is heard everywhere on the Internet through the World Wide Web.  WETS received the majority of its support from listeners like you!

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