Expore the Walker College of Business inclusive site to learn about its initiaves and action plan being developed to to promoting an inclusive environment for all Appalachian business faculty, staff and students.
Student Veteran Services is dedicated to helping military-affiliated students thrive. These resources support individuals in the transition from service to education, through graduation, and to ultimately enter the workforce.
The Office of Disability Resources (ODR) is the designated office to support students, faculty, and staff with disabilities by determining access needs and coordinating academic adjustments or workplace accommodations.
AppState seeks to develop students who are resilient, meaning they embody skills for responding effectively to challenging situations. Such abilities can affect positive change for a myriad of social issues, including diversity and inclusion.
The above guide includes curated resources developed by the Belk Library staff meant to be a starting point for learning more about systemic racism and to inspire intentional growth and conversation around race.
The Intercultural Student Affairs office provides numerous opportunities for all Appalachian students to develop an appreciation for different perspectives, enhance self-awareness, and strengthen intercultural competency.
This workshop is a part of the Sustained Dialogue Institute program. It prepares AppState community members to engage in dialoge across difference, ranging from race, gender identity, religion, and politics.
This organization provides campus-wide health advocacy to facilitate holistic student success. Services encompass eight different dimensions of student health including financial, emotional, and social well-being.
AppState's Diversity and Inlusion site is the university's official resource for policies, trainings, statistics, and additional resources that are available to students, faculty, and staff of diverse backgrounds.
The Henderson Springs Center site is home to resources, trainings, and campus organizations that are designed to empower, educate, and affirm people who identify as LGBTQIA+, their allies, and their advocates at AppState.
This student-centered organization shares resources and coordinates programs and events that promote social, economic, and political equity, eliminate gender discrimination, and empower all female-identifying individuals.
The Walker College of Business welcomes you to apply for professional attire support. This is intended to support low-income students in obtaining professional dress to wear to attend career fairs, interviews, and networking events.