This year marks the 50th Anniversary of Desegregation at Appalachian State University. In 1964, William Roland Neely became the first African American student to enroll at ASU.
L.E.A.D is a Multicultural Student Development program that is designed to create fellowship among students and families of different backgrounds and to help ease their transition to Appalachian State University.
ASUnity is a new and dynamic Residential Learning Community open to all levels of undergraduate students. Click here to learn more about ASUnity and how to apply!
What is the QEP?
A Quality Enhancement Plan, or QEP, is a requirement of the affirmation of accreditation process Appalachian is currently undergoing with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The QEP serves as a roadmap that addresses a well-defined topic related to improving student learning. Appalachian has chosen its QEP...
The Office of Multicultural Student Development transmits a weekly email newsletter that highlights free upcoming multicultural events, social and volunteer opportunities. Many of the free lectures, films, and brown bags are perfect for incorporating into your curriculum or attending for class credit.
From time to time, we will also use this tool to ask for your help. Please get involved, reach across cultural boundaries and volunteer whenever an opportunity presents itself.