1 academic program
1 residential college
86 majors offered
56 minors offered
6 certificates offered
460 full-time faculty
31% of degrees awarded in the University are from the College
Over 70% of general education is taught in the College
49% of student credit hours produced on campus are in the College
Approximately 39,982 living alumni
Scholarships and Grants
$222,566 was awarded through 6 college-wide scholarships and 98 departmental scholarships for the 2019-20 academic year. Learn more about the scholarships offered and the students that they have assisted, https://cas.appstate.edu/students/scholarships.
$24,288.00 was awarded from the Student And Faculty Excellence (SAFE) College Fund to 13 faculty members and 62 undergraduate and graduate students for the 2019-20 academic year to assist with student and faculty travel, publication support for faculty and student research opportunities.
$4,257,684 awarded to the college in external grants during 2019-20 academic year. Read about many of these awards at: https://today.appstate.edu/grants.
332 Student participants completed credit-bearing and non-credit bearing study abroad experiences
26 Scholarships were awarded to CAS students studying abroad from the Office of International Education (OIED) for a total of $14,657 in 2018-19.
15 CAS international teaching scholars during 2018-19.
9 International undergraduate degree-seeking students in 2018-19 from: Japan, Saudi Arabia, Republic of Congo, Spain, Bermuda and China.
7 Fulbright Awards in 2018-19 to faculty and students. (There were 6 in 2017-18).
5 Students invited to participate in the Peace Corps in 2019.
3 Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship award winners for summer 2019.
1 U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) winner.
1 Boren Award Recipient
561 total student internships from summer 2018- spring 2019
448 were undergraduate and 113 were graduate student internships in 23 states and Washington, D.C.
13 International undergraduate internships 2018-2019 including countries such as: Kenya, Poland, Saudia Arabia, Peru, Ecuador, Mexico, Germany, South Africa, Guatemala, Madagascar
- Pre-Medical School
- Pre-Dental School
- Pre-Pharmacy School
- Pre-Veterinarian School
- Biology (9-12)
- Chemistry (9-12)
- English (9-12)
- Earth/Environmental Sciences (9-12)
- French (K-12)
- History/Social Studies (9-12)
- Mathematics (9-12)
- Physics (9-12)
- Spanish (K-12)
Core Facilities and Labs
Providing a Liberal Arts & Sciences Education
liber: li·ber, \ˈlī-bər, ˈlē-ber\, noun - free and unrestricted
The goal of a liberal arts education is to provide knowledge and understanding to develop intellectual capacities like reason and judgment.
A liberal arts education provides not just a specific trade, but a skill set for individuals to learn, adapt, act and thrive as individuals, as community stewards and as global citizens.