Protecting Our Community
ETSU continues to monitor multiple data points related to COVID. Should any of those data points cause concern in the future, the University will consider and implement necessary measures.
Future campus announcements will be available on this page, as well as through the weekly email update to faculty, staff, and students, the “From My Notepads” newsletter from the President, and on ETSU News.
ETSU strongly encourages everyone who can to get vaccinated against COVID-19 by getting their primary vaccine series and staying up to date with a booster dose.
ETSU Health will continue to provide vaccine clinics, and the vaccine is available at most pharmacies and healthcare provider offices.
COVID-19 tests are now readily available through local health departments, pharmacies and through the federal government's website, covidtests.gov, which allows people to sign up for a maximum of two sets of four free COVID-19 tests that will be shipped directly to the individual’s household.
For personal safety and the safety of others, students and employees should not ignore symptoms of COVID-19. Those with any COVID-19 symptoms should not report to campus for work or class.
We strongly encourage all ETSU campus community members to report confirmed cases of COVID-19 not diagnosed/treated by University Health Center* to the Office of Environmental Health and Safety at (423) 439-7785. If the University Health Center treated or diagnosed you, their staff will contact the ETSU Office of Environmental Health and Safety.
Covid Dashboard Archive
Past COVID-19 case data are available in our archived dashboard.
Faculty, staff and students are welcome to contact us with questions.