App State will return to pre-pandemic operations for the Fall 2021 semester, with safety precautions in place. All students, faculty and staff should get vaccinated for COVID-19. Read the latest updates.
The North Carolina General Assembly appointed two members to App State’s Board of Trustees in June. The House of Representatives appointed James “Jamie” E. Harris ’84, and the Senate appointed Steven D. Wyatt ’83. Their appointments began July 1.
App State alumna and Allegheny College professor Dr. M. Soledad Caballero ’95 shares how her Appalachian Experience prepared her for a career in academia — and a lifetime love of literature. She is the author of the award-winning debut poetry collection “I Was a Bell.”
Local nonprofit agency Hospitality House of Northwest North Carolina employs about a dozen App State interns each semester, providing these students with practical experience and a chance to make a difference in the lives of others.
Chris Taylor ’09 ’11 — a Certified Ethical Hacker — teaches his students tricks of the trade, preparing them to earn the new cybersecurity concentration within the computer information systems degree program at App State.
To advance their careers, expand their knowledge or to explore new opportunities in the nursing field, registered nurses (RNs) are enrolling in App State’s online RN to BSN program to pursue their Bachelor of Science in nursing.
An Appalachian Summer Festival, in partnership with the Hayes School of Music, proudly presents this special program celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Rosen-Schaffel Competition for Young and Emerging Artists. Central to the festival’s founding principles is a belief in the importance of supporting young American artists, and promoting the professional endeavors of young artists pursuing careers in the fine arts.
Cheryl Prisco is an abstract artist who is addicted to color and pattern, drawn to irreverence and visual dissonance. In place of paint and brush she cuts, colors, and shapes wood elements, creating abstract low relief assemblages.
Called “a master of the genre” by The New York Times, Sarah Jones is a Tony® Award-winning performer, writer, comedian and activist known for her multi-character, one-person shows, including Broadway hit Bridge & Tunnel, originally produced by Oscar® winner Meryl Streep, and the critically-acclaimed show “Sell/Buy/Date.”
Open House is your opportunity to learn more about App State. Meet faculty and current students, tour campus, and learn more about financial aid, scholarships, the admissions process, and what student life at App State is really like.
Are you interested in engaging a member of Appalachian's faculty or staff for a news media interview or a speaking engagement? Find speakers bureau members’ biographies, list of topics they can discuss, links to their research and more.