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David D. Collins

Vice President-Finance and Administration

East Tennessee State University

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East Tennessee State University

807 University Pkwy

Johnson City, Tennessee,37614

United States

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ETSU is the first program to have two players win the College Home Run Derby (Hagen Owenby, 2016 and Paul Hoilman, 2010) ETSU is one of five schools to have three players participate in the seven-year history of the TD Ameritrade Home Run Derby's (ETSU, Georgi... more

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Completion of Lot 21 is a big relief for David Collins, vice president of finance and administration at ETSU, who admitted accommodating all the traffic Monday would have been difficult had the lot been delayed.


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The project will cost around $18 million; ETSU's Vice President of Finance David Collins tells us the students will make up for around $7 million of that.
"The Student Government Association [approved the student] fee of $125: $100 for the operations of football program and a $25 facility fee," says Collins. We learned the state will fund around $11 million for the project. Where would they build the stadium? Collins hopes the designer they choose will be able to help to find a location that's easy to build on and that wouldn't have flooding problems. "There is some space down by the [ETSU] soccer stadium that has some potential flooding issues. If you go back to the original athletic master plan, it was along Jack Vest Drive in the parking lot that we call 22A, somehow fitting it in that area," adds Collins.


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Protocol for utilizing the system is evolving constantly, said David Collins, ETSU vice president for finance and administration.
The shift commander for ETSU Public Safety has the authority to decide to use the emergency alert system. Certain cases merit the activation with no debate, especially any situation involving a gun or a shooting. "In this case we had a person who had been identified by Johnson City Police Department who was fleeing due to a domestic assault, had been seen coming into campus, was in the vicinity of the dorm, had been lost sight of and there was real concern that he had gone into the dorm," Collins said. "Quite frankly all we've had is good compliments about the way it was all handled," Collins said. "They appreciated us looking after their safety that way." ETSU is required by federal law to give timely warnings of crimes or threats that present a danger to students or employees. "We're going to always err on the side of caution," Collins said of warning about danger.


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"We've been ready with the money in hand since March of last year," said David Collins, ETSU vice president of finance and administration.
"Carnegie never straightened things out with them," Collins said. "We are willing to work with them (PBA) again. But this is nearly a year later. The price likely will not be the same, and, as a state entity, we'll have to go back through the state Building Commission." Collins said ETSU and Johnson City officials had discussed the possibility of a joint venture that would create a new arts center at the location.


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"I guarantee you we're not going to tolerate anything like what happened at Penn State," said David Collins, ETSU vice president for finance and administration.
Collins said the reporting process at ETSU depends on the circumstances of the situation. There are multiple avenues for reporting misconduct or inappropriate behavior on campus, including a toll free number that connects to the state comptroller's office in Nashville. "Again, that's more toward financial (abuse), but it can certainly be used for reporting of any kind, whatever that may be," Collins said. Collins said the appropriate outside authorities would be called depending on the situation. He could not think of an instance where any agency other than the Johnson City Police Department was directly called by the university to investigate a situation on campus. The police could then contact whatever other agency was needed. "We're required by law in certain cases to bring in outside help," Collins said. "Again, child abuse is one thing we're going to bring outside authorities in on, if such were reported." Information about reporting fraud and abuse can be found on ETSU's finance and administration website at etsu.edu/fa/. "We try to make sure everybody knows and has multiple ways of reporting," Collins said. Collins said there is no training to inform people what to do for various circumstances. According to a document downloaded from the ETSU finance and administration site, employees may report concerns, mainly regarding dishonesty, to supervisors, an official, the school's internal audit office, the Tennessee Board of Regents or the state comptroller. "Those people being notified certainly know what action to take," Collins said.


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