The Walk for Awareness is a silent walk through campus to commemorate lives lost to violence in our community, to support victims and survivors of violence and to affirm our commitment and responsibility to speak out against violence in all its forms.Read more
National Hazing Prevention Week is an opportunity to educate students, parents, teachers, coaches, administrators, faculty, staff, athletic directors, band and performing arts directors, residence hall leadership, student government leaders, community members, local and campus police and others to not just recognize hazing but to learn ways they can prevent it from occurring in the first place. The ultimate goal is to prevent hazing. Strong education efforts, diligent policy development and reinforcement, and comprehensive planning and ongoing community efforts can do just that.Read more
House Calls is our annual outreach event to off-campus students and is a fun, easy way to get involved, meet new colleagues, and interact with students on their “home turf”.Read more
Dear Members of the Appalachian Community:
As we begin the 2017-18 academic year, we are excited to share some important updates about our division and our work.
On August 1, 2017, we changed our name to the Division of Student Affairs. The change to the Division of Student Affairs is an opportunity to match the language used within our profession and to align with the name of other divisions on campus.
CARE. ENGAGE. TRANSFORM.
The division will continue to operate in its current structure, and our locations, phone numbers and email addresses remain unchanged.
You can now find us online at studentaffairs.appstate.edu.
Please review any publications or website information in your purview that includes references to Student Development and change these to the Division of Student Affairs.
Thank you for supporting us in announcing this exciting change for our division!
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs