Do you enjoy being active? Does a healthy lifestyle play a role in achieving academic success? The Active Living community fosters an environment that encourages a well-rounded balance of university commitment, mental enhancement, and physical activity. Residents in the Active Living community express a diverse yet inclusive lifestyle that includes fitness, healthy cooking and eating, hiking, outdoor adventure, flexibility movement, and positive mental health including relaxation and rest. The Active Living community engages in programs that explore, build, and heighten an ongoing interest in an engaged, active lifestyle.
Associated First Year Seminar class: (click on course title for more information)
Members of Active Living will be required to:
- Successfully complete the Active Living First Year Seminar class
- Participate in an opening kick-off event
- Participate in selected community activities and events (physical, emotional/mental, and nutritional health)
- Work with the Resident Assistant to develop community standards and engage in planning for the future of the community
- Participate in selected opportunities provided by University Recreation (i.e., fitness classes, outdoor programs, recreational sports, etc.)
- Model healthy behaviors and set an example for other students
- Volunteer for community service (i.e., health fairs, local races, blood drives, etc.)
Student Wellness Center
The Student Wellness Center offers services promoting health awareness and active lifestyles, helping students make choices to facilitate a better quality of life by making healthy decisions. It is an extension of Student Health Services and is ASU's central resource for health education information, programs, events, and services.
The Blue Cross & Blue Shield of North Carolina Institute of Health & Human Services
The Blue Cross & Blue Shield of North Carolina Institute of Health & Human Services (IHHS) strives to make North Carolina a healthier place to live through our community outreach, research and clinical offerings. Meeting the needs of students, faculty, and the regional community, the Institute strives to create and disseminate knowledge through pragmatic research and complimentary experiential learning opportunities such as internships, practicums, clinical rotations, professional continuing education, and community-based leadership opportunities with the overarching goal of improving lives through transformative healthcare advances.
University Recreation provides structured and unstructured leisure time activities for students. It is through these activities that students learn life-long skills that contribute to their social, physical, emotional and intellectual growth and development.
Counseling & Psychological Services
The Counseling & Psychological Services Center supports the mission of Appalachian State University and the Division of Student Development in the academic, vocational, emotional, social and cultural development of students. The goal of the Counseling Center is to assist the university community in maximizing the personal growth and development of its members.
If you have any questions about an RLC please let us know!
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: (828)262-8656
I feel that everyone in the Active Living RLC is going through the same exact things that I am and it has bonded us in a way. I truly feel more comfortable on the campus and interacting with faculty and staff because of living in the RLC.Maggie, Active Living
Rm. 321, John E. Thomas Hall
P.O. Box 32111
287 Rivers St.
Boone, NC 28608
Phone: (828) 262-2160
Fax: (828) 262-2945