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  • All university events and activities, except the Grizzlies football game and the Banff film festival are cancelled on March 24, employees at Condition 2

    Due to inclement weather, all university events and activities are on March 24 are cancelled, except the High Country Grizzlies football game and the Banff Mountain Film Festival. For non-faculty employees, the Adverse Weather Policy is in effect from 6am-5pm under Condition 2 (Suspended Operations) on March 24. A final decision about the Grizzlies game will be made by 10am and about Banff by 3pm on March 24. Please use caution. More information

    Posted at 10:53pm on March 23, 2018.

  • Winter Storm Warning

    A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for Watauga County, NC by the National Weather Service effective from 5 AM Saturday, March 24 until Noon Sunday, March 25. This includes Appalachian State University. 3-5 inches of snow, with localized amounts of 8 inches can be expected. In addition, up to one tenth of an inch of ice possible. Be prepared for hazardous travel conditions. Closely monitor the weather forecast over the weekend.

    Posted at 5:20pm on March 23, 2018 via Blackboard Connect.

Yosef statue on Appalachian's campus

Scholar Spotlight: Maria Gabriela Romero '21

Hear from one of the scholars of the Diversity Scholars Progam and what she's looking forward to as a first-year student here at Appalachian State University.

Four Honors College students in a classroom discussion

The Honors College

The Honors College at Appalachian offers enriched academic, social, and leadership experiences for up to 800 high-achieving and high-potential students. The College features small interdisciplinary seminars taught by inspired faculty; superb academic and career mentoring; the chance to live and grow in the Honors and Engagement Community of Cone, Summit, and Appalachian Halls; and the opportunity, as an Honors senior, to complete a major research or creative project guided by a faculty mentor. 

Three students talking in the courtyard of the Living Learning Center, where Watauga Residential College students live

Watauga Residential College

As the only residential college, the Watauga Residential College provides an environment for Appalachian's most creative students to explore their passions both in and out of the classroom.