Virtual Educational Mall

New Faculty Orientation offers a special event called The Educational Mall, where new faculty have the opportunity to learn about the resources that Appalachian State University's offices/units offer to faculty, staff, and students.

Due to COVID-19, we will be offering a Virtual Educational Mall where our new faculty and instructors can meet representatives from each office, put faces to names, and learn about the importance of their office. 

To learn more about ASU's campus resources that support faculty and students, please visit each website below:

Academic Civic Engagement

Academic Civic Engagement works with faculty to integrate service-learning and other forms of experiential education into teaching and research. 

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AppSTAR

 AppSTAR is our faculty based initiative aimed at educating faculty members about learning differences and implementing teaching strategies that enhance all students' learning by incorporating UDL Principles.

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As-U-R

As-U-R is designed to support students with executive function challenges (EFCs). 

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Belk Library and Information Commons

The Library offers information resources, spaces, instruction, and a variety of services.

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Career Development Center

The Career Development Center serves all students and alumni pursuing various future professional endeavors. Our services include resume reviews, career coaching, job and internship search assistance, and other tools to achieve life and professional success. 

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Counseling and Psychological Service

The goal of the Counseling Center is to assist the University community in maximizing the personal growth and development of its members.

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Counseling for Faculty and Staff

 Counseling for Faculty and Staff (CFS) provides free, confidential counseling for employees of Appalachian State University and their immediate family members.

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Department of Wellness and Prevention Services

The Department of Wellness and Prevention Services at Appalachian State University serves all students through the promotion of healthy behaviors, risk behavior modification services, and advocacy for campus-wide health policies that facilitate student success and holistic well-being. 

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Early Intervention Team

The Early Intervention Team is a faculty and staff-led entity, whose main function is to meet with students who are showing signs of difficulty with university life and who have been referred by faculty or staff. 

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Environmental Health, Safety, and Emergency Management

The Office of Environmental Health, Safety, and Emergency Management (EHS&EM) work in coordination with other units across campus to build a safe and prepared campus in support of the University’s commitment to campus safety.

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General Education Office

The General Education Office was established about ten years ago to oversee the implementation of the new General Education curriculum and provide support services to the faculty and staff involved in that curriculum. 

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Military Affairs Committee

The Military Affairs Committee's (MAC) primary mission is to support the success of military-affiliated students, staff, and faculty.

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Office of Disability Resources

ODR assists eligible students, faculty, staff, and visitors with disabilities by determining and coordinating academic adjustments or workplace accommodations.

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Office of Title IX Compliance

The programs and services of the Office of Title IX Compliance support students, faculty, staff, administrators, and campus visitors in the areas of equity, diversity and compliance.

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Office of International Education and Development

 The mission of internationalization efforts at Appalachian is to develop awareness, knowledge, appreciation, and respect of cultural differences in both domestic and international contexts in its students, faculty, staff, and the surrounding communities.

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Office of Relocation and Dual Career Assistance

The Office of Relocation and Dual Career Assistance (RDCA) is a program developed collaboratively by the Office of Academic Affairs and the Office of Human Resources. Its purpose is to support new and prospective faculty, staff and their dual career partners and families in relocating to the local community. 

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Office of Research

The Office of Research consists of Grants Resources & Services, Sponsored Programs, Research Consultation, and Research Protections. We provide support for the research, creative endeavors, and scholarship of Appalachian faculty, staff, and students.

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Office of Student Research

The Office of Student Research at Appalachian State University supports and promotes learning through mentored research experiences with Appalachian State faculty and other national and international scholars and professionals. We believe that these special collaborative relationships are among the most rewarding experiences for both faculty members and students.

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Student Veteran Services

Student Veteran Services promotes and facilitates a seamless transition from military life to a University setting.

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Office of the Registrar

Our office provides academic support services including student services and academic records management, degree and diploma processing, and student information systems management.

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Office of University Sustainability

The Office of Sustainability guides and supports the university in its sustainability commitment by developing strategic goals that prioritize institutional commitment to sustainability, catalyzing our campus community around a shared vision for a sustainable world.

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Online & Transfer Services

Online and Transfer Services provides the knowledge and resources for transfer students transition, integration, and success through programming, technology, and dedicated customer service support.

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State Employees Association of North Carolina

We work to gain respect in the legislature for hardworking state employees and valuable retirees who dedicated their careers to state service.

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Student Learning Center

The Student Learning Center embodies the public commitment of access to education for our citizens. Since 1972, our services have been designed to make higher education accessible by providing students the insights they need to navigate their college environment successfully.

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University Bookstore

 The University Bookstore is a self-operated unit of auxiliary services and all revenues in excess of expenses are used to support student scholarships and on-campus initiatives.

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University Documentary Film Services

University Documentary Film Services program teaches, engages in, and presents documentary work grounded in collaborative local and global partnerships that use photography, film/video, audio, and narrative writing to capture and convey memory, life, research, theory, and culture.

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University Recreation

University Recreation offers a wide variety of opportunities for students, staff, & faculty to be involved in our programs and utilize our recreation facilities.  Our program areas include Aquatics, Fitness, Club Sports, Intramural Sports, and Outdoor Programs.

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Watauga Residential College

A residential college is a federated program within a university that concentrates on integrating academic and co-curricular programs.

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Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC)

Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) is a faculty support program for writing pedagogy and assessment.

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