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Yes, you're correct- they're called "Appalachian applicants" and are considered higher priority than other out-of-state applicants. Especially if they are from a rural area or have other strong associations with rural primary care.
Originally posted by pathdr2b:
Does ETSU still give "in-state" preference to residents of states contigious to TN? I know they used to in the past.