Professionalism. Dedicated Service. Direct Partnerships.

 

The Appalachian Student Ambassadors are a group of 50 undergraduate students who serve Appalachian State University as student representatives for the Office of Admissions, the Alumni Association and the Office of the Chancellor.
 
To learn more about the Student Ambassadors, please follow the tabs above or send us an email.

 

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"As the Appalachian Student Ambassadors, we strive to improve the quality of our University through professionalism, dedicated service, and a direct partnership with the Alumni Association, University Admissions, and the Office of the Chancellor."

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Keeping the High Country Warm

It is no secret that the winter months in Boone are cold.
Oct 5

Reconnect, Plan Ahead, Move Forward

This weekend, The Ambassador organization headed to Camp Broadstone for the annual Fall Retreat....
Aug 26

CASE ASAP Conference in Louisville, Kentucky

A few weeks ago, our organization sent delegates to Louisville, Kentucky to represent our organization at the CASE ASAP...
Aug 12

Spring 2017 New Member Education

Amanda Woolever, New Member Educator for 2017 shared the following about her...
Aug 15

Reflection - 2016 CASE ASAP National Convention

In August, the Ambassadors had the wonderful opportunity of hosting the 2016 CASE ASAP National Convention in Atlanta,...
Aug 15

Contact Us

John E. Thomas Building
287 Rivers Street
Boone, NC 28608

Canned Food Drive

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This week, we celebrate 20 years of our annual Canned Food Drive, collecting cans of food and monetary donations for the Hunger and Health Coalition of Boone.

This canned food drive makes a real and tangible difference in lives of people within our own community. Stop by one of the on campus markets, Footsloggers of Boone, or the Hunger and Health Coalition of Boone to drop off your cans. Every. Can. Helps.