College Senior 2013-04-28T05:15:23Z
The transportation services in Boone North Carolina is amazing. All services are included in your tuition each semester. There is Safe Ride transportation for night time. We also have great services for long-distance transportation, which is very affordable.
College Senior 2013-04-28T05:09:10Z
There are many local businesses that are diverse in selection and have great quality. Boone is a great place for food enthusiast
College Senior 2013-04-24T04:49:18Z
Good tech department. Helpful. Computers are up and running. Access to many helpful features.
College Senior 2013-04-24T04:45:54Z
Lots of options healthy, fast food, vegetarian options, normal American food.
College Senior 2013-04-24T04:41:28Z
The professors are nice but challenging. You leave the program ready for a job if you put in the effort to learn what they teach and apply it.
College Sophomore 2013-04-23T03:51:40Z
Health & Safety:
Boone is usually a very safe town. There was a rape near (not on) campus recently. But the university sent out an e-mail letting everyone know what had happened. On campus there are these emergency blue light phones everywhere that will alert the police to your location with a push of a button.
College Sophomore 2013-04-23T03:49:38Z
It depends on where you go. Central is good, but it can get repetitive after a while. McAlister's in the student union is good, but not cheap. Trivette is just awful. Seriously only go there to use their waffle maker or for the free refills.
College Sophomore 2013-04-15T02:43:51Z
The AppalCarts are really great and go all over campus and town. However, they can sometimes be a little late and the schedules they run are weird. Overall, it's very convenient to have.
College Sophomore 2013-04-15T02:41:43Z
All the sports are great here! Students even get into all home sporting events for free! The atmosphere at football and basketball games is awesome but even baseball and soccer get lots of student support! Appalachian definitely has the best fans around!
College Junior 2013-04-11T01:08:28Z
There are traditional dorms and some nicer dorms in which each room has its own bathroom. The school has a laundry view system that can send you text messages when your clothes are done. That is super helpful. The housing process is simple and straight forward. All in all, living on campus isn't awful.
College Junior 2013-04-11T01:06:05Z
Sports are big at ASU. There is lots of school spirit. Our teams train hard and play hard. The athletics department gets very good funding and there are plent of sports to choose from if you want to get involved. In 2014, App State will be leaving the Southern Conference and going the Sun Belt. Everyone is excited for the change.
College Sophomore 2013-04-10T16:06:56Z
Although it is clear that diversity is prevalent at ASU, I wish that the International RLC was in a dorm that it more central to campus. It is in the LLC, which is the furthest distance from all of the other dorms. I think it would make a significant difference if the International RLC was held in a dorm closer to the bulk of students.
College Sophomore 2013-04-10T16:00:26Z
ASU's drug scene is existent just as much as any other school because of peer pressure. Even though there are drugs and alcohol on campus, I believe the police are mostly successful in enforcing legalities.
College Sophomore 2013-04-07T14:35:13Z
The police suck! Watch out while driving anywhere on campus, especially if you are an out of state student. The police will target out-of-state license plates far more often than N.C. plates.
College Sophomore 2013-04-07T14:33:17Z
There are excellent computer facilities in campus. However, the internet service in the residence halls is prone to outages. The campus bandwidth is lacking and tends to go out between the hours of 4pm and 10pm (i.e. prime studying time).
College Sophomore 2013-04-07T14:27:02Z
This is a relatively easy program to gain entry to. App State is a great regional university. I recommend it for in state students. However, as an out of state student this school can be a bit hard to acclimate to.
College Senior 2013-04-06T21:09:51Z
If you want to then you can, but it's not a big part of campus.
College Sophomore 2013-03-30T18:59:13Z
The shuttle system in Boone is really great. They drop off everywhere major and not major also. There are plenty of sidewalks and pickup stations. Sometimes the bus is a little late, and the State Farm Bus is crazy during holidays. Other than that it is a great system.
College Sophomore 2013-03-30T16:39:08Z
Parking on campus is okay, there's lots of parking options for upperclassmen but freshman can't keep there cars on campus. Seniors and grad students are the only people who can park in the Stadium parking lot and the cost for it is about $500. Sophomores through Seniors can also park pretty much anywhere else on campus and the cost ranges about $200. The restrictions for parking are that you can park anywhere on campus from 5:00 pm until 8:00 am the next day and if you don't move you'll get a parking ticket. On football game days only Yosef club members can park on campus so you have to take your car somewhere else before 8:00 am on Saturday morning, otherwise you'll get towed.
College Sophomore 2013-03-30T16:20:19Z
Health & Safety:
I've never felt unsafe on campus, there are usually always campus police on patrol throughout the day and the station stays open most of the night. There are police call stations all across campus, so they'll know where to find you. The campus also offers Safe Ride which starts operating in the evening and they will take you where you need to go if you feel unsafe about walking. If there is ever a crime around town the campus police sends everyone an email about the situation because the campus police and the town police work very closely together.
College Sophomore 2013-03-30T16:15:01Z
The dining halls serve pretty good food, it all just gets old after awhile. The dining hall on the west side of campus is a lot smaller than the central dining hall, the smaller one has theme nights every week, so it just depends on which night you go if they'll have something you want. There is a Mcallister's select though which is amazing and there's a larger one in the student union across campus. The central dining hall has a lot more variety though. Both the lower and upper level have about five to six different places to get food from. After your freshman year I would suggest moving to a lower meal plan.
College Sophomore 2013-03-23T20:22:34Z
There a lot of drugs around, but there is no peer pressure into trying them.
College Sophomore 2013-03-23T20:18:45Z
It is very easy to get around town with public transportation. The bus is free, Appalachian State has Safe Ride, which is also free.
College Sophomore 2013-03-23T20:17:05Z
Health & Safety:
This campus feel very safe and secure. Walking on campus at night all by myself does not bother me at all. Appalachian University has a very friendly environment.
College Sophomore 2013-03-23T20:08:53Z
The food is great, but the menus rarely change. It is very easy to get tired of the dining hall food.
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