News & Events

New Employee Orientation will be held on both Monday, October 5th and Monday, October 19th, 2015, for all new ASU employees.

  • October 5th-Orientation will be held in Table Rock Room in the Plemmons Student Union, Room 201B.
  • October 19th-Orientation will be held in Tater Hill Room in the Plemmons Student Union, Room 155. 
  • Orientation begins at 8:30am. 

For questions please contact Emily Wilson at or 828-262-6486.

It's finally here! The Staff Appreciation Breakfast will be held at the Roess Dining Hall on October 20th from 7am-11am. See you there!


Welcome to the Office of Human Resources

Our Location:

Human Resources Building

330 University Hall Drive

ASU Post Office Box 32010

Boone, North Carolina 28608

828-262-3187 (Main Phone Line)

828-262-3187 (Phone Directory)

Our Purpose:

The Office of Human Resources is an area of Appalachian State University that functions under the direct supervision of the Chancellor. The Department is responsible for:

  • Administration of HR policies and procedures,
  • Employment Services,
  • Classification and Compensation,
  • Benefit Administration, and
  • Organizational Development and Workforce Planning.

Our office is open to the public 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. We are here to serve all of your Employment needs and are willing to help in any way that we can. Please feel free to stop by or call our office to discuss any questions, comments, or concerns that you may have. 


The Office of Human Resources at Appalachian State University is dedicated to proactively identifying and responding to the campus community's ever-changing needs. From the facilitation of greater effectiveness through the merit-based recruitment and selection of top employees, to the administration of policies and procedures that support our faculty and staff, HR is committed to the goals and objectives of Appalachian State University. We strive to create a workplace environment that values integrity, diversity and development, responds to and balances the needs of our employees with the needs of the campus community, by upholding all state and federal laws that govern the work we do.


HR will strive to improve the lives of the people we serve by facilitating innovative development initiatives; providing factually accurate and timely information; and holding ourselves to the highest standard in policy and practice. We will carry on with our commitment to continuous improvement and customer service, continuing in the Appalachian tradition of attracting, developing, and retaining a dedicated, active, and innovative faculty and staff. HR will be the model strategic business partner for all areas of campus and aligning peoples strategies with the business goals.