Welcome to the Quillen Family!
Quillen offers a unique experience and we look forward to you being part of that!
Sue Russell is the office manager in Student Affairs. She needs to be your best friend. If you have any questions about what you need to do to matriculate, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quillen Quirks is a student made handbook and guide passed down each year from class to class. The Organization of Student Representatives surveys the first year class to make sure that the information is up to date. If you have any questions about the first year at Quillen, Quirks is a good place to start!
If you have any questions about Johnson City or med school in general, there's no one better to ask than a current student. These students would love to get to know you and help make your transition easier.
If you're looking for an apartment or a house, we've got you covered. Check out our Johnson City housing page. We've compiled a list of the most popular apartment complexes. We also have a listing for students to sell/buy houses and look for roomates.
Congratulations on your acceptance to the Quillen College of Medicine! My name is Imani Chatman, I’m the current fourth year class president, and I want to personally welcome you to the Quillen family. Deciding on where you want to attend medical school is absolutely one of the most important decisions that you will make in your entire life. For the next four years, you will be developing a foundation that will provide the basis upon which you’ll treat patients and change lives throughout your entire career as a physician. Today I hope to tell you a little bit about why I chose to attend Quillen and why it continues to be the perfect school for me.
Imani Chatman, B.S.
ETSU, Quillen College of Medicine
President, Class of 2019
I wear my Quillen College of Medicine gear with great pride, because I know what an honor it is to represent its students, its faculty, and its alumni. This is the ideal place to learn how to practice good medicine and have a great time doing it. I urge you to do some soul-searching and see if it’s the best fit for you. If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach me at email@example.com. I hope that you make the wise choice to be a part of the Quillen family. We’d be happy to have you!
As you know by now, Quillen matriculates just 72 students each year. The small class size was a huge factor in my decision-making process. Now that I’m over a year into my medical school education, I can really see that having a small class means that classmates get to really know each other and grow with one another. We take care of each other, and we’re able to build strong relationships with faculty members that will last throughout medical school and into our careers. While schoolwork takes up a substantial part of our schedules, we also make time to get out and enjoy what Johnson City has to offer. Whether you enjoy attending local brewery openings, catching downtown yoga classes, or taking a break by going on a hike with classmates, JC has something you can get into with your friends or family. Being so close to the mountains gives this city a kind of peace that I haven’t been able to find anywhere else. I take a little bit of that peace into the classroom with me every day.