Campus Resources


The Red Flag Campaign

The Red Flag Campaign is a campus-based social marketing campaign designed to raise awareness and educate people about being active bystanders. It encourages people to SAY SOMETHING if they see a “Red Flag” on campus. “Red Flags” include harassment, stalking, abusive relationships, coercion, and sexual assault.

Appalachian State University has taken the Red Flag Campaign one step farther in that we go beyond just social marketing. We educate, and train our Mountaineer community to be Active Bystanders. We take part in campus-wide acknowledgement and awareness of Red Flags through information exchanges, programs, and trainings.

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Men on the Mountain

Men on the Mountain is dedicated to actively engaging individuals who identify as male in discussions and learning opportunities around gender violence, power and privilege and current media. While fostering a sense of equality, Men on the Mountain will focus on multicultural competence, leadership development and civic engagement to create a more developed sense of one's own mascline identity in college.

For more information on Men on the Mountain, please visit:


Campus Resources

  • Counseling and Psychological Services
    • The Counseling Center offers the opportunity for all currently-enrolled students to meet with a counselor to determine the most appropriate course of treatment, at no charge.
    • The Counseling Center also offers after-hours emergency coverage should you have an urgent mental health issue. Call the Counseling Center at 828-262-3180 and select the option to speak with the counselor on call.
  • Survive and Thrive
    • Survive and Thrive is Appalachian's Sucide Prevention progam. Their website has countless resources in regards to getting help, trainings on pervention, as well as all campus resources.
  • National Sucide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • CU Thrive
    • CU Thrive is an online database full of helpful information for students.  CU Thrive provides students access to ready-to-use articles, videos, courses, and other information that will help them adjust to campus life, stay healthy, enhance study skills, work through stressful situations, and build relationships, improving their overall quality of life.
    • The goal of this program is to offer ASU students an easy to use online resource where they can access the necessary materials to support healthy functioning and resiliency. This program is unique because it takes a preventive approach to health and wellness; in other words, it is proactive rather than reactive.  This proactive approach helps us maintain an awareness of the difficulties college students face and support them as they adjust to college life, in hopes of avoiding more serious risks or negative outcomes during and throughout their transition to college life
  • Office of Student Conduct
    • The mission of the Office of Student Conduct is to educate students about community standards, promote student learning and accountability, and facilitate the development of thoughtful and responsible individuals. Through the Code of Student Conduct, the Office of Student Conduct strives to reduce and prevent behavior that undermines student academic success and that negatively detracts from the educational mission of the University; to improve the health and safety of students and the community; to provide timely support and resources for students; and to prevent violence in and around the University campus.

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Phone: (828) 262-6252
Fax: (828) 262-6502

Office Location
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Lee H. McCaskey Center for Student Involvement and Leadership
Plemmons Student Union
Suite 244

Mailing Address
Fraternity and Sorority Life
Lee H. McCaskey Center for Student Involvement and Leadership
ASU Box 32034
Boone, NC 28608-2034

FedEx/UPS Address
Fraternity and Sorority Life / CSIL
Plemmons Student Union, Suite 244
263 Locust Street
Boone, NC 28608