Professionalism. Dedicated Service. Direct Partnerships.


The Appalachian Student Ambassadors are a group of 50 undergraduate students who serve Appalachian State University as official student representatives for the Office of Admissions, the Alumni Association and the Office of the Chancellor.
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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."


Recent Updates

Dedicated Service

Spring Break, for many students, means using the time to relax in the middle of the semester. However, some students use the week in service to various communities in the Boone community and abroad. Each year, several Ambassadors will take part in some form of service, whether it's through Appalach
Mar 20

Setting The Standards of Excellence

This is one of the core aspects of CIVSA, or The Collegiate Information and Visitor Services Association. Each year, this organization hosts the Student Development Institute conference. With a focus on networking, presenting best practices and ideas, and "setting the standard of excellence in the f
Jan 11

The 20th Canned Food Drive

18% of the population in Watauga County suffers from food insecurity. 28% worries about not having enough money to buy nutritious meals. Because of this, the Appalachian Student Ambassadors has worked to put together a canned food drive for the Hunger and Health Coalition of Boone for the past 20
Nov 27, 18

Here's The Thing About Maggie King

During her time at Appalachian, Maggie has worn quite a few hats. We asked her some questions about her Appalachian Experience, and her time as an Appalachian Student Ambassador.  Why are you an Ambassador? What motivates you to serve your University as a student representative? "Am
Jan 8

Keeping the High Country Warm

It is no secret that the winter months in Boone are cold. So, when being outside, it's important to be dressed appropriately. Through this basic fact, and to raise awareness of the homeless population in Boone, The Nearly Naked Mile event was established. 
Oct 5, 18

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287 Rivers Street
Boone, NC 28608