ETSU To Hold Reception For Area High School Students Feb. 19

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

East Tennessee State University's Office of Admissions will hold a reception for Chattanooga area high school and transfer students and their families at the Chattanoogan Hotel, 1207 Broad Street, on Tuesday, Feb. 19, from 6-8 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.

Information offered will include admissions procedures, scholarships, financial aid, and housing. Representatives from many academic departments will also attend.


The reception is being held in conjunction with “An Evening with Dr. Noland,” an event designed to introduce area ETSU alumni to the university’s new president, Dr. Brian Noland.

ETSU is located in Johnson City and has an enrollment of more than 15,000 students.


Guests are invited to respond by sending their names, high school affiliation and number in their party, to Dustin Duncan at duncandj@etsu.edu, or by calling 800 462-3878, or faxing 423 439-4630.


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