State university (part of the Tennessee Board of Regents system) located in Johnson City, Tennessee. ETSU was founded in 1911 as East Tennessee State Normal School, and was also known as East Tennessee State Teachers College and East Tennessee State College before officially becoming a university in 1963. Currently, ETSU contains six major colleges (Arts & Sciences, Business & Technology, Education, Medicine, Nursing, and Public & Allied Health), with two more in the works. In 2007, the College of Pharmacy will start with the first class of students, and the Public & Allied Health will be split into two separate colleges (College of Public Health and College of Health Related Professions). There are also separate schools for Graduate Studies and Continuing Studies, and an Honors College.

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East Tennessee State University
State-supported regional university, primarily undergraduate, with the main campus located in Johnson City, Tennessee.
Admissions
East Tennessee State University Office of Admissions, including an on-line undergraduate application and general information about ETSU for prospective students.
Center for Early Childhood Learning and Development
A daylong early learning program that focuses on service, training, and research related to the development of children from birth to eight years of age.
ETSU Alumni Association
The alumni organization of the university. Includes information about the annual "ETSU Pride Week" celebration, and an online change-of-address form for ETSU alumni.
Johnson's Depot: East Tennessee State Normal School
Information about the early history of East Tennessee State. Includes news stories and photos.
Libraries
Libraries of ETSU, including the main Sherrod Library, extended campus libraries and the Quillen College of Medicine Library.
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