Appalachian State University is more dedicated than ever to helping military-affiliated students thrive on campus and in the community. This dedication begins during their transition from service to education, and lasts through to graduation and entering the workforce.
Major General Edward M. Reeder, Jr. Student Veteran Resource Center
Located in the Plemmons Student Union, Room 251, the Student Veteran Resource Center is centrally located and provides access to a multitude of resources and amenities.
The Major General Edward M. Reeder, Jr. Student Veteran Resource Center (SVRC) is reliant on the generous contributions of donors. Learn more about the ways you can help support our services.
Awards and Accolades
We are proud of the hard work and dedication that has gone into App State earning these designations.
Since 2010, App State has been designated as a Military Friendly School. For 2022-2023, App State was ranked for its efforts to help military-affiliated students thrive on campus and in the surrounding community.
We're ranked 2nd in Best Colleges for Veterans among Regional Universities in the South in 2022.
We've been in the selective rankings for Military Times "Best for Vets" since 2018.
Caitlin Langley, army reservist and student veteran, received The Inclusive Excellence for Students Award for the 2022-2023 academic year.
The Year in Review: 2021/2022 Recap May 31, 2022
Through the generosity of our supporters, we have had the honor and pleasure of hosting several events and professional development opportun
Each year Appalachian's Military Affairs Committee (MAC) recognizes a student and a staff or faculty member who have provided exemplary service...