Campus Resources

Campus Resources for Students


Tutoring  (208 D.D. Dougherty)   828-262-2291 Sign up to meet with a tutor and discuss specific course content. Drop-in Learning Labs are available for many subjects.

Writing Center (204 Belk Library)   828-262-3144  Drop in or arrange an appointment to discuss a writing project with a consultant. These conversations may be helpful at any point in the writing process.

Peer Academic Coaching/Consultations (Student Learning Center, D.D. Dougherty) 828-262-2291 
Peer Academic Coaches (PACs) empower you to be a self-directed learner and overcome barriers to your success through weekly meetings on topics such as time management, study skills, organization, and goal setting. PACs are upper-level, undergraduate students, selected for their exceptional academic habits and interpersonal skills.

Belk Library and Information Commons (part of the University Libraries)  828-262-2818 Open 24 hours a day, Sunday - Thursday, with shortened hours Friday - Saturday. If you need assistance with research or using our resources, just ask for help. Can’t come in?Call, text, email, or chat with us online. Research help - ourResearch Advisory Program (RAP) offers one-on-one time with a librarian.Technology - Get support and equipment for any multimedia project, including laptops and cameras. We also have 3D printing, a gaming room, and much more. We have a quiet floor (3) and spaces of all sizes to get work done or collaborate with peers. You canreserve some rooms online - these are popular spaces, so book early.

Office of Disability Resources (112 Anne Belk Hall)     828-262-3056 Students with documented disabilities may qualify for accommodations such as extended time on tests or distraction reduced testing environments.

Career Development Center (222 Plemmons Student Union) careers.appstate.edu828-262-2180 Develop a career plan with a career counselor, revise and share your resume with employers, sign up for practice interviews, and receive alerts about real interviews. Meet with career staff to explore options for majors and match your strengths and interests with different occupations.

Registrar's Office (109 JET  )   828-262-2050  The Office of the Registrar provides academic support services including student services and academic records management, degree and diploma processing, and student information systems management. We also provide information about registration, academic records, residency status, and degrees to you and your department.

As-U-R (212/213 Edwin Duncan Hall)          828-262-6332      Consider this weekly support service to aid students with executive function challenges (EFCs), such as organization, planning and setting priorities, getting started and completing tasks, monitoring progress on tasks, and decision making. An application is required for this program because spaces are limited.


Your academic advisor can help you choose classes, select a major, and connect with all of our great Campus Resources.

Students who have NOT DECLARED a major will contact their advisor in University College or one of these programs:

University College, Academic Advising and Orientation Center  101 D. D. Dougherty Hall 828-262-2167  

Academic Services for Student Athletes, College ACCESS Program, and TRIO Student Support Services (D.D. Dougherty)

The Honors College Appalachian Hall 828-262-2083

Students who have OFFICIALLY DECLARED a major will contact their advisor in one of these colleges:

Beaver College of Health Sciences, Advising and Academic Support 101-A Leon Levine Hall 828-262-8590 

College of Arts & Sciences, College Advising and Support Services Hub 100 I.G. Greer Hall 828-262-3076

College of Fine and Applied Arts Advising 222 Edwin Duncan Hall 828-262-7129

Reich College of Education, James Center 105 College of Education Building 828-262-6095

Walker College of Business, Academic  Advising Center 2126 Peacock Hall 828-262-2702

Hayes School of Music  Broyhill Music Center, Room 111828-262-3020                                        


Wellness and Prevention Services (1st floor Miles Annas building)    828-262-3148    Alcohol and Other Drug Counseling (AOD) provides students with information and help processing their experiences and feelings. Koru Mindfulness classes teach a variety of mindfulness and meditation techniques.  In addition, guided meditations are offered weekly to students Suicide Prevention resources and trainings The WE COACH service Trained undergraduates meet regularly to help their peers with time management, stress management, and general wellness strategies. Request an appointment at 

Nutrition and Weight Management A registered dietician serves as the dietary expert within the department.  Students may set up appointments or engage in group sessions. Sexual Health Education Students can submit requests for a variety of sexual health resources..  Students may also request an appointment with the Student Wellness Coordinator to discuss healthy relationships, intimacy, and making informed decisions regarding sexual activity  Sexual Assault Prevention The Red Flag Educators seek to educate and empower peers on “Red Flags” of sexual, interpersonal, and dating violence.  They are available to present to peer groups, organizations, and classes on topics of interpersonal violence, active bystander intervention, and rape culture Other Programs include Online Wellness Trainings: Collegiate Recovery Community: and Annual Events: 

Counseling Center (1st Floor, Miles Annas Building)         828-262-3180   Individual Counseling  The Counseling Center provides short term individual counseling to currently enrolled students.  Group Counseling Short and long term programs are available  Couples/Family Counseling Problems that are centered on an ongoing relationship may need to be addressed in couple or family counseling. 

Office of the Dean of Students (324 PSU)        828-262-8284   The Office of the Dean of Students comprises multiple units: Student Conduct, Case Management, Student Legal Clinic, Off-Campus Student Services, Student Veteran Services, and Parent and Family Services. 

M.S. Shook Student Health Services (2nd Floor, Miles Annas Building)       828-262-3100 In addition to clinical services related to preventive care (e.g., influenza vaccination and physical exams) and illness, Student Health Services also houses an injury clinic, pharmacy, and a travel health clinic.

Early Intervention Team (EIT)          828-262-7065   EIT meets with students who are showing signs of difficulty with university life and who have been referred by  faculty or staff.


Financial Aid (265 JET)  828-262-2190   Apply for loans and scholarships on campus. Be sure to check out your department’s website for major specific scholarship opportunities. Once a student completes the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), SAP (Satisfactory Academic Progress) will be checked as well (see below).

Student Accounts (215 John E. Thomas Hall)          828-262-2113   Get assistance and information regarding tuition and fees, billing, payments, refunds, and taxes.

Student Employment (222 Plemmons Student Union) studentemployment.appstate.edu828-262-4099        Find out more about on campus and part time off campus jobs for all students.

Office of Sustainability Food Pantry and Free Store (Basement Level of East Hall)     828-262-2659       Any students or Boone community members who have food or goods needs are invited to visit Appalachian’s food pantry and free store offering non-perishable staples as well as seasonal, local fruits and vegetables as available. The Free Store offers school supplies, home goods, clothing, and more. 

F.A.R.M. (Feed All Regardless of Means) Cafe (617 W. King Street)       828-386-1000  F.A.R.M. Cafe is a non-profit, pay-what-you-can community kitchen that builds a healthy and inclusive community. Serving Lunch Monday-Friday 11am to 2pm.

SNAP Food Assistance is available to students who qualify.


Rich Mountain Meditation Room Rich Mountain Room, located on the third floor of the Plemmons Student Union has been designated as a meditation room for use by students. This walk-in space can be used as a quiet reprieve from their busy lives and for prayer and meditation or small group spiritual gatherings.

Appalachian Spiritual Life Association (ASLA) ASLA promotes a spiritual climate in which all members of the University community have the freedom and opportunity to practice their respective faiths, to worship in accordance with their individual beliefs, to inquire about religious problems and interests, and to work together on common concerns.

                                               Additional Resources

Henderson Springs LGBTQ+ Center (International Hallway, PSU)      828-262-8566   The Henderson Springs LGBT Center provides resources, support, information, and a welcoming atmosphere for LGBT individuals and their allies.

Intercultural Student Affairs (255 PSU)          828-262-6158      Provides marginalized and underrepresented students with mentoring, advocacy, and community affirmation; and offers multiple learning opportunities for all Appalachian students to develop an appreciation for diversity and different perspectives, enhance self-awareness, increase multicultural knowledge and strengthen intercultural competency

Multicultural Center (112 PSU)       828-262-6158   Staffed by students, the Multicultural Center promotes diversity and inclusion through educational and social programming that is open to all students.

Office of Title IX Compliance (123 I.G. Greer Hall)    828-262-2144   This office ensures that equal access to education and employment is guaranteed, respectful treatment is assured, and an appreciation of differences is fostered for all members of the university community.

Ombuds Office (236A I.G. Greer)     828-262-2559   Provides an independent, confidential environment for faculty, staff and students of the Appalachian community to discuss campus-related concerns or problems.

Community Engaged Leadership (134 PSU)        828-262-2545     Connect with clubs, organizations, and leadership opportunities that match your interests and/or ambitions.

Student Legal Clinic (324 PSU)       828-262-8284   Free legal advice, information and referrals provided by a licensed attorney. Services are convenient and confidential.

Transfer Admissions & Engagement (130 JET)    828-262-7877    This office provides a range of services to support overall success of online and transfer students. 

University Housing (321 JET)     828-262-2160   Find links to housing applications, information about where to request maintenance for your room, where and how to receive packages, and more.  

University Recreation     828-262-2100    University Recreation serves students by creating safe spaces for students to participate in outdoor programs, club sports, intramural sports, group or individual fitness, as well as aquatic activities.  These occur at the Student Recreation Center, Quinn Center, Mt. Mitchell Fitness Center, State Farm Intramural/Club Sport Fields, and Camp Broadstone.

Veteran Services (251 PSU)      828-262-2722   The Student Veteran Services office is committed to the educational success of service-members, veterans, and their dependents. 

Women’s Center (110 International Hallway, PSU)     828-262-6744      The Women’s Center is committed to educating the Appalachian community, eliminating gender discrimination, promoting social, economic, and political equity, and empowering women and girls.


           Still not sure who to contact? Call or email the Office of Student Success and we’ll help!

                                   or 828-262-6987


*This list was updated on 5/28/22. Don't see your campus office? Please let us know. For your convenience, here's the Google doc version of our Campus Resources