Connect with faculty and students at our virtual Spring Open House. Register now for a glimpse of what campus will offer this fall — in-person classes, gatherings on the mall, clubs and concerts and residence halls full of new friends and faces. You can also register for a self-guided or in-person guided tour. Sign up and discover what a special place App State is and why you belong with us on the mountain!
Our faculty engage in research critical to understanding environmental changes and their impacts, locally and across the globe. One example — installing Mount Everest weather stations to provide data on mountain conditions and monitor the upper reaches of the atmosphere.
At Appalachian, we continually develop ways for our students to work alongside their professors to research and innovate in areas of sustainability, and have maintained a long-standing position as a national leader in sustainable curriculum development.
We’re enhancing the Appalachian Experience — with a stronger physical infrastructure and five-year goals that further empower human potential. Get the full picture through a new, special website detailing our growth and change.
Three of App State’s signature scholarships — the Chancellor’s Scholarship, the Dr. Willie C. Fleming Scholarship and the Diversity Scholars Program — provide full in-state tuition and fees, plus additional benefits to provide a lifetime of value.
This fall, national publications U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review and personal finance magazine Money.com recognized Appalachian as one of the nation’s top-performing schools for its academics, value, innovation and student veteran services, among other aspects.
The purpose of the BSA Black Arts Gallery Walk is to expose our Appalachian community to the rich history of the Black Arts Movement which occurred alongside the Black Power Movement. Much of the art of this movement also took a stand against the racism that afflicted black Americans by showcasing art that emphasized black pride, unity, and joy in the face of oppressive systems.
Now in its 49th season, the Appalachian Young People’s Theatre offers this award-winning play as a live streaming event. Appropriate for audiences of all ages, “With Two Wings” is set in a fantasy world where people have wings. A young boy named Lyf lives an isolated existence with his differently-abled parents in the safe nest of their home deep in the woods. Although loving, Lyf's parents have strict rules he must follow, especially rule number one: never, ever try to fly.
The Department of Accounting in the Walker College of Business will host a free tax help lab for App State students, faculty and staff members to help them prepare and e-file 2020 federal and state income tax returns. Assistance is available either in person in Peacock Hall Room 4015 or via Zoom.
Join us as Brian Phillips shares the insight and process behind the exhibition, “Rowhouse Workshop,” currently being exhibited at the Turchin Center. The exhibition was conceived and curated by Brian Phillips and his firm, ISA, based in Philadelphia. Presented online.
Free COVID-19 vaccine clinic(s) for App State students, faculty and staff and community members. Appointments are required. There is no charge for the vaccine, nor do you need to provide any insurance information.
It's Walls Up for Sheila's home! Gather a team and join App Builds a Home (ABAH) in the Peacock parking Lot to build the walls for Sheila's home. We will be accepting teams of 4-5 volunteers. ABAH is a campuswide initiative to build Habitat homes for local families in need, with App State students, faculty and staff working together to design, fund and build the homes.
Dr. Gayatri Gopinath is a professor and director of the Center for the Study of Gender & Sexuality at New York University. Her research expertise includes transnational queer and feminist studies, postcolonial studies, visual art and performance. In her 2018 book, “Unruly Visions,” Gopinath stages unexpected encounters between works by South Asian, Middle Eastern, African, Australian and Latinx artists.
A new play that chronicles the four days leading up to the deadly shooting of students by the Ohio National Guard on the Kent State University campus in May 1970. This event left four students dead, 13 others wounded and a nation in disbelief. The production is directed by the playwright, Dr. Ray Miller, who was a student at Kent State University in 1970 and based his work on first-hand experiences and observations.
Volunteer to clean up the ASU Natural Area and help dig, plant, mulch, and stake trees by King St. Each fall and spring campus community members plant trees as part of our Tree Campus USA recertification efforts.
Interested in ways to get involved with sustainability and climate justice on campus? Join us on Earth Day for a virtual expo, highlighting the dozens of campus groups involved with sustainability at App State. You can jump from one group's Zoom to the other with all of your questions about how to get involved.
Join us for an informative day designed for high school students and prospective transfer students. Meet our faculty, tour campus, and learn more about majors and programs, scholarships, financial aid, the admissions process and what it’s like to be a member of the Appalachian Community.
Commencement signifies one of the most important achievements of our graduates’ lifetime. App State will hold in-person commencement over the course of several days, to allow for the greatest possible participation and maximize health and safety of all participants. Additionally, we will make a virtual conferring of degrees available for those who prefer a virtual option.