It is a constant struggle to get any help from advisors and have to turn to other students to try and figure out classes for next semester, the building has cracks in the walls, no fire sprinklers, and instead of being graded on actual work and set standards the grades no matter how many hours of work you do is based on whether or not the teachers 'like' the work, favoritism is a big issue, and the teachers cannot decide on what work they want done and expect you to already know what you are there trying to learn from them...price of tuition is high
My experience with ETSU was a nonstop battle with the administration. There were very few instances where I felt like the material covered in class would be relevant to my degree. (the exceptions being the accounting courses and finance course, which were extremely enlightening and difficult, but were overall excellent experiences) Most of your time on campus will be spent fulfilling credit requirements that have very little weight in the business world. There are a few amazing and helpful teachers who will consistently provide support for their students and listen for feedback regarding the class material. Then, there are others who will plow through lessons without a care for the students grasp of the material. Avoid this place.