$680,920 total donations
42,597 current CAS alumni
$800 average gift size
1976 class year with the most gifts
1974 class year with the largest gift amount
$14,169 raised for the College SAFE fund on iBackAPP day (2021)
(Fiscal year 2020-21 data)
$432,238 total donations
41,203 current CAS alumni
$347 Average gift size
$222,566 total in Scholarships awarded by the College and CAS Departments
'76, '78 & '96 Class years with the most gifts
(Fiscal year 2019-20)
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Student & Faculty Excellence
SAFE Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Cameron GokeeDr. Cameron Gokee, assistant professor, Department of AnthropologyProject: “Historical Landscapes through t...
SAFE Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Paul SebastianDr. Paul Sebastian, assistant professor, Department of Languages, Literatures and CulturesStudent and Facult...
SAFE Faculty Spotlight: Dr. William Hicks Dr. William Hicks, associate professor, Department of Government and Justice Studies Student and F...
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Ultimate Guide to Take Action
How to get involved or support the College of Arts and Sciences new and future students, faculty and staff.
a gift to the Student and Faculty Excellence (SAFE) fund to provide resources that can be used to transform the student experience and support faculty in the college
for a matching gift from your employer
a student internship or mentorship opportunity
a gift in your estate planning
a gift of a scholarship
the college on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or YouTube and stay in touch
graduates from Appalachian
your time on a board or committee
a classroom or space on campus, like in the newly renovated Sanford Hall.
a monthly or yearly routine of supporting your favorite area at your alma mater to support future generations.