Advisement by major and minor
CASE Advisors work with freshmen, sophomores, and new transfer students who are pursuing a major or minor within the College of Arts and Sciences. Students who have earned 60 or more credit hours will be advised within their academic departments.
We also provide individual advisement and coaching for students who are preparing to apply to a health-related professional school. These services extend all the way through application and graduation from ETSU. Visit the Medical Professions Advisement websitee to learn more about how we can help you become the strongest, most well-rounded, and most competitive applicant you can be.
Find your advisor below and visit your advisor's webpage to learn more about how you can get the most out of your advisement meetings. If you do not see your program of study here, your major is housed in a different college, such as the College of Public Health or the College of Business and Technology. You can view advisor contact information for all ETSU programs on this page.
For more information about Medical Professions Advisement programs, visit our MPA website!