The North Carolina Bar Association's, "This is the Law," pamphlet series is a good starting point for general information about various areas of North Carolina state law: "This is the Law" pamphlet series
Have you experienced domestic violence or sexual assault? The campus sexual assault protocol and resources page can be found here: Sexual assault protocol and resources
You may also wish to contact OASIS (a community non-profit organization) for assistance: OASIS
Other Campus Resources
Are you under stress and having a hard time functioning in school? ASU’s Counseling Center has Walk-In hours every afternoon from 1 – 4 p.m. (1 – 3 p.m on Fridays). There are lots of great resources, and more information about their programs, on their website: Counseling Center
Questions about the Appalachian State University's Code of Student Conduct? Check here: Code of Student Conduct
Need help finding a place to live off campus or want information about community resources? The Off-Campus Community Relations site can be found here: Off-Campus Community Relations
Resources for Pre-Law Students
Thinking about Law School after graduation? There are advising resources on campus for pre-law students. Information about the Department of Government and Justice Studies Pre-Law Program can be found here: Pre-Law Program
Information about Pre-Law advising in the Honors program can be found here: Honors Pre-Law Advising
M-R: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
F: 8:30 a.m - 1:30 p.m.
Please note: Appointments during summer months are available on a more limited schedule!
Call or drop by the office to schedule an appointment.