Academic Resources

App State offers several resources that can be beneficial to your student depending on the type of academic assistance they need. The key to getting help is seeking it out.

Encourage your student to schedule an appointment with their professor if they are having an issue in a class, or to reach out to one of our many student success or student learning resources if they need help with a specific academic challenge.

Academic Success & Assistance

Connect with the Career Development Center, University College Advising Center, University Writing Center and other resources designed to help with academic and career planning.

The Disco Student Learning Center offers academic resources that help students understand how to learn effectively through tutoring, one-on-one consultations and academic coaching.

The Office of the Registrar provides academic calendars and schedules, resources and tutorials for student accounts and records, graduation applications and requirements, and access to DegreeWorks for tracking degree completion progress.

Transfer Admissions and Engagement supports transfer students at all stages — advising and planning, transferring credits and organizing ways for transfer students to meet each other, engage with faculty and get involved in campus life.

Experiences Beyond the Classroom

Experiences outside of the classroom can enrich not only your student’s academic experience, but also their social and career development. Explore the variety of experiences that App State has to offer, including opportunities for engagement, recreation and enjoyment of the arts.

Our students engage in experiences that increase their knowledge of global issues, regions and cultures. Learn about the many opportunities students have to explore the world — both at home or abroad.

The Career Development Center assists students in finding internship and part-time job opportunities, resumé review, interview preparation, career coaching and more.

Student Responsibilities & Support Services

The Office of the Dean of Students supports student growth and self-responsibility. Connect with information about Student Conduct, Student Veteran Services and the Student Legal Clinic.

FERPA and Parent Access to Student Records

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law governing the access to, and privacy of, educational records. Student consent must be provided to allow specified family members to have authorized access to academic, student accounts, financial aid and/or conduct records.

Learn more about FERPA and Parent Access at App State.