University Housing is dedicated to developing successful students by creating a community that cultivates personal development, responsible citizenship, and student engagement.
By engaging in a residence hall community, residents will have the opportunity to develop an ongoing understanding of self in the collegiate setting while connecting a sense of purpose to their overall Appalachian experience and beyond their college career.
By engaging in a residence hall community, residents will have the opportunity to develop a greater sense of belonging through the varying opportunities for involvement on Appalachian's campus and in the greater community.
By engaging in a residence hall community, residents will have the opportunity to develop an understanding of their connection to others, ranging from the residential community to a greater global perspective.
University Housing hall staff utilize the following opportunities focused on student learning to implement the residential learning plan within the residence halls. These opportunities are implemented through facilitation guides created by full-time staff.
Programs and events
Rm. 321, John E. Thomas Hall
P.O. Box 32111 287 Rivers St. Boone, NC 28608