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David D. Collins

Vice President for Finance and Administration

East Tennessee State University

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East Tennessee State University

807 University Pkwy

Johnson City, Tennessee,37614

United States

Company Description

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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www.johnsoncitypress.com

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.


www.johnsoncitypress.com

"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.


www.wcyb.com

Unfortunately, it's the students that make up the difference," said David Collins, ETSU Vice President Finance and Administration.
"We've become more efficient in the way we're doing things and doing everything we can to keep those increases down and still offer a quality education," said Collins.


www.johnsoncitypress.com

According to David Collins, ETSU vice president of finance and administration, the recommended increase is an average of 8.8 percent for students.
"Over the last 10 years there has been well over a 100 percent increase," Collins said.


media.www.easttennessean.com

According to David Collins, ETSU's vice president of finance and administration, a board meeting was just held to set the plans for a new parking garage in motion.
"Right now it's going to Nashville for legislature," said Collins. However, Collins and others involved in the payment plan for the garage have adjusted student fees accordingly. Although there was recently an addition to the campus in the lot past the soccer fields, Hall and Collins say the parking spots out there haven't been used as much as the university originally thought they would be.


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