Multicultural Prospective Student Day is designed to provide high school seniors with a firsthand view of Appalachian and the vast resources we offer, from small class sizes and quality of academic instruction to first-rate facilities and friendly people. High school seniors come to Appalachian's campus to attend classes and campus events, including Multicultural Club Connection (MCC), mini information sessions, Fall Open House and social events.
During Multicultural Prospective Student Day, you will have the opportunity to gauge what it is like to be a student at Appalachian. Prospective students will participate in vital group sessions such as: Financial Aid and Scholarships, Housing and Residence Life, Focus on Academics, and Co-curricular Involvement Opportunities. These group sessions will be facilitated by Appalachian's finest faculty, staff and students.
It is our hope that you will apply to attend Multicultural Prospective Student Day. If you are looking for a university who values scholastic achievement, diversity and individual enhancement, then Appalachian is the college for you. We are confident that the information and programs will be extremely beneficial and you will see what a valuable place Appalachian can be for you.
For more information, please contact:
Office of Admissions
ASU Box 32004
Boone, NC 28608
Phone: (828) 262-2120
Intercultural Student Affairs
ASU Box 32034
Boone, NC 28608
Phone: (828) 262-6158
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What do I need to bring to MPSD?
- Light Jacket
- Spending money (not required)
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Camera (optional)
Q: What will happen in the case of an emergency?
A: In the case of an emergency, the student's contact person(s) will be notified.
Q: What will happen if the student demonstrates unacceptable behavior or violates Appalachian State University's rules, regulations, or Code of Student Conduct?
A: The parent or guardian will be responsible for providing the student's transportation home upon receiving notice of dismissal.