In response to the coronavirus
ETSU Quillen College of Medicine, Office of Student Affairs is open.In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the US, and with regard to the safety and well-being of students, staff, and visitors, ETSU Quillen College of Medicine, Office of Student Affairs is open, but with most of the staff working from remote locations effective March 18. Staff will be able to monitor the phones and emails. No face-to-face appointments will be scheduled at this time. Our main number is 423-439-2019 and email is email@example.com. We will get back to you as soon as possible during normal working hours 8:00-4:30 EDT. We hope the very best for everyone. Please visit www.etsu.edu/coronavirus for the latest updates and response to COVID-19.
Welcome to the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow: Quillen College of Medicine! QCOM offers many more opportunities than you may be able to obtain at other institutions.
Although committed to the education of primary care physicians, as a graduate from our school, you will still be well qualified to pursue any field of medicine of your choosing. With the class size limited to 72 students, you will not feel like a number. You will feel camaraderie with your fellow students and develop close relationships with not only faculty but with administrators as well.
The Office of Student Services is devoted to you being successful and it is our desire to support your academic progress and well-being. We are a multifaceted, service-oriented organization. Departmental activities involving admissions and records, financial aid and student support are coordinated through various offices housed within this section.
We invite you to join our family. You will be proud of your education here and when you graduate from Quillen College of Medicine, we anticipate you will be one of our best ambassadors.
Please be sure to visit our student social / volunteer activities page.
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