Appalachian State is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation, which continues to evolve.
Fall semester classes began Monday, Aug. 17, with a mix of face-to-face, hybrid and online courses. Staff and faculty continue working steadily, in accordance with UNC System expectations and our educational mission, to assess and adjust every aspect of the Appalachian Experience to keep health and safety at the forefront.
The two-day Fall Break has been eliminated in order to hold our last day of classes Nov. 24. The final exam period will remain unchanged. All final exams for Fall 2020 will be held online, with the exception of courses that require clinical or lab-based assessments. December Commencement will be held on schedule – at this time we are still planning for an in-person ceremony.
This website is updated daily. Please continue to visit for the most updated information.
Data Last Updated: 9/21/2020 2:38:30 PM
|Current active case count (currently in isolation)|
|Current cumulative case count (since 3/27/20)|
The data above are updated each day. The data come from AppHealthCare district health department and reflect the confirmed cases at Appalachian State University. The “Employees” category includes both faculty and staff. The “Subcontractors” category indicates individuals working on campus construction projects who are employed by private construction companies, rather than the university. Detailed information on regional cases is available on the AppHealthCare website.
View the latest information updates from University Housing.
Billing and refund information for fall 2020.
View the process for COVID-19-related dining and on-campus housing refunds, Spring 2020.
Information on study abroad and international travel programs and recommendations for domestic travel.
Information on past and upcoming ceremonies.
Resources to provide you with the best possible support to continue your academic endeavors.
Resources to assist in making the shift to inclusive online teaching.
Center for Academic Excellence: Staff
Resources and instructional material to allow you to work remotely from home (telework).
Guidelines and FAQs regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) for Appalachian State University employees.
Online facilitated activities, tips for working at home with children and more.
Services promoting health awareness and active lifestyles while taking a holistic approach to wellness.
Updates regarding University Recreation operations and programs.
Support and resources to help navigate the many paths on your journey as a Mountaineer.
Confidential support, resources and information for personal and work-life issues for faculty, staff and dependents.
Source for wellness, health and safety information, resources and support for the campus community.