The best way to learn about Appalachian and what it’s like to live and learn like a Mountaineer is to visit us. Our events give you the opportunity to meet our faculty, tour campus, and learn more about majors and programs, scholarships, financial aid, the admissions process and what it’s like to be a member of the Appalachian community. All events are free for all participants unless otherwise stated.
Download the Visit Appalachian app! Access the campus map, directions and parking information right from your phone, check what's going on in Boone and on campus, see nearby restaurants and attractions and more. The app has it all!
First-year students: learn what it’s like to be an Appalachian student – both in and outside of the classroom! The two-hour campus visit includes information about the admissions process and a walking tour of campus.
Register for a campus visit!
Bring as many guests as you'd like! Due to space limitations, we may not be able to accommodate all guests for our 15-minute information session. All guests are welcome on the walking tour.
This two-hour visit includes a presentation with representatives from the offices of Admissions and Transfer Services, and a walking tour of the campus led by a student ambassador and transfer mentor. Learn what it's like to be an Appalachian transfer student – both in and outside of the classroom.
Register for a transfer track visit!
We are pleased to host your group on campus. Please schedule your tour by submitting the group visit request form at least one month in advance so we can prepare for your visit. Group tours are offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
*During the winter months, scheduled group tours are subject to cancellation due to inclement weather.
To schedule a tour in Spanish, please contact Aneisy Cardo at email@example.com or 828-262-3107 at least two weeks prior to your visit.
Para programar una visita guiada en español a Appalachian, favor de contactar a Aneisy Cardo vía email: firstname.lastname@example.org o llamando al teléfono 828-262-3107 con por lo menos dos semanas de anticipación.
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Spring 2018 visits
Join us for an informative day designed just for high school students and prospective transfer students. Meet our faculty, tour campus, and learn more about majors and programs, scholarships, financial aid, the admissions process and what it’s like to be a member of the Appalachian community. Register now!
Special parking note:
The following lots are available for parking during Open House:
Fall 2018 visits
Admitted Student Visits are specifically for students admitted to Appalachian. This two-hour visit includes a presentation, a discussion of enrollment steps for admitted students, a walking campus tour led by a student ambassador and opportunities to meet with university representatives. Register now!
First Thursday is a specialized campus visit for students interested in majoring in education. After a campus tour, you will visit the Reich College of Education to meet with current students and attend a mock lesson. View dates and register!
African-American Prospective Program (2APP) gives select African-American high school seniors the chance to experience Appalachian, first-hand. Throughout the day, you'll have the opportunity to engage with faculty, meet current students and apply for admission at no cost to you! You'll also hear about a special orientation program designed to give students the opportunity to become leaders on Appalachian's campus and within the Multicultural Student Development office. Register now!
Are you interested in transferring to Appalachian? Join us for a short, fun and informative session to get you started on the right track for admission to Appalachian State University. Learn why you should become a Mountaineer, when the best time is to apply and details about transfer admission requirements and advising tips. Bring lots of questions – view dates and register soon!
Connect with your admission counselor
Your admission counselor will help guide you through the process of becoming a Mountaineer! Your counselor will be visiting areas near you and will be your point of contact as you navigate through the admission process. Find your counselor!