Campus Resources

Appalachian & the Community Together
(ACT Office)
Opportunities to connect and engage with others to build authentic relationships and recognize individual impact and responsibility to the local and global community.act828.262.2545
Career Development CenterOffers career fairs, employer workshops, information sessions, networking events and on-campus interviewing opportunities.careercenter828.262.2180
Career Exploration OfficeGuides students in pursuing majors and careers consistent with their interests, skills, values, and personalities. Through career counseling, self-assessment, and exploration students discover themselves.  Students learn how they fit in a variety of career and life settings in the global economy and community.careerexplorationoffice828.262.2029
Counseling & Psychological Services CenterAssists in maximizing personal growth and development by focusing on education, prevention, remediation and crisis management. Services include individual and group counseling, 24-hour crisis management, psychological assessment and outreach.counseling828.262.3180
Dean of StudentsDisciplinary or academic dishonesty consultation and assistance, sexual harassment, LGBT related concerns, domestic violence, general student difficulties, concerned parents or family emergencies, situations that occur with Appalachian students off-campus. and verifying illness or other absence related concerns. dos828.262.8284
Disability ResourcesAssists eligible students, faculty, staff and visitors with disabilities by determining and coordinating academic adjustments or workplace  accommodations.odr828.262.3056
Early Intervention TeamRefer students if you notice excessive class absences, sleeping in class, notable decline in academic performance, change in appearance, inappropriate or extreme changes in mood, evidence of intoxication, evidence of potential harm, evidence of threats to self or others and / or signs of violence towards self or others. 828.262.7077 
Financial AidQuestions pertaining to financial aid: scholarships, loans and grants, not meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress for courses completed.financialaid828.262.2190
Food Assistance/Campus Food PantryAny students or Appalachian family members who have food or goods needs are invited to visit Appalachian’s food pantry, which offers non-perishable staples as well as fresh bread and seasonal, local fruits and vegetables, as available.

Location: Lower Level of East Residence Hall

Monday, Wednesday, Friday | 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Tuesday, Thursday | 8:30 am – 6:00 pm 
General EducationQuestions pertaining to general education course substitutions and designating themes / perspectives.gened828.262.2028
Health ServicesPrimary care ambulatory campus health clinic helping meet the needs of students. Experienced health care professionals provide high-quality healthcare at low cost. 828.262.3100
Honors CollegeStudents interested in research, cross-disciplinary learning, and preparing for graduate or professional school. You’ll take a series of small, discussion-based, interdisciplinary Honors seminars that emphasize active, collaborative learning. You’ll receive mentoring and professional development support from Honors faculty and staff.honors828.262.2083
International Education & DevelopmentDevelop awareness, knowledge, appreciation of and respect for cultural differences in both domestic and international contexts in students, faculty, staff and surrounding communities.  

In addition, students interested in study abroad opportunities can find help in this office.



Math LabFree math tutoring provided to students offered from the Department of Mathematical Sciences.Lisa Maggiore
Multicultural CenterVisible symbol of the university’s commitment to diversity which gives students from ethnic and cultural groups a feeling of ownership and belonging in the university community.multicultural828.262.7276
Office of Access and EquitySupports the University's mission of scholarship through the promotion of equity, access, and civil rights throughout the campus community, fostering an environment free of discrimination and harassment on the basis of sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression, including sexual misconduct and relationship violence.titleix 828.262.2144
Office of Student ResearchExpands opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to engage in research and mentored scholarship.osr828.262.7655 
Office of Transfer ServicesQuestions pertaining to transfer credits, articulation agreements, visiting coursework or petitioning for credit from another institution.ots828.262.7877
Registrar's OfficeProvides student services, academic records management and degree and diploma processing. Also provides information about registration, academic records and residency status.registrar828.262.2050
Student Accounts OfficeQuestions pertaining to bill payment, Perkins loan, 1098-T form and payment plans.studentaccounts828.262.2113
Student Employment OfficeAssists students in obtaining part-time job opportunities on and off-campus through the Federal Work Study Program and Student Temporary Work Program.studentemployment828.262.4099
Student Engagement & LeadershipEnrich students Appalachian experience by exploring the breadth and depth of programs, organizations, events, classes, facilities and off-campus service opportunities. 828.262.3032
Student Veteran ServicesHelping military-affiliated students thrive on campus and in the community. Begins during transition from service to education and lasts through graduation and entering the workforce.veteranservices828.262.2722
Tech SupportProvides computing service, support and consultation to faculty, staff and students. Also designs, implements and troubleshoots technology.support828.262.6266
Testing ServicesProvides high quality testing and assessment services, including CLEP, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MAT, Praxis and UNC Proctor.testingsrvcs828.262.6801
Tutoring ServicesSmall group tutoring sessions for freshman, sophomore, and some junior level core curriculum classes.apputs828.262.3060
University PoliceResponsible for protecting life and property at Appalachian by providing emergency and non-emergency law enforcement services, crime prevention, safety and criminal investigation services. 828.262.2150
University Writing CenterFree resource to students, staff and faculty assisting with any aspect of the writing process.writingctr828.262.3144
Wellness & 
Prevention Services
Serves students through the promotion of healthy behaviors, risk behavior modification services, and advocacy for campus-wide health policies which facilitate student success and holistic well-being.  Also offers educational programs on topics such as nutrition, sexual health, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, stress, and sleep. 828.262.3148