As the centerpiece of the Appalachian campus, the Plemmons Student Union facilitates the mission of the University by providing opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to participate in a variety of programs that enhance learning and foster an appreciation for college life and campus diversity. The W. H. Plemmons Student Union opened in 1967 then was renovated and expanded in 1995, 2004, and 2012. The Plemmons Student Union is supported exclusively by student fees and is intended primarily to serve the educational, social and recreational needs of Appalachian State University students. It serves as a central hub for student activities at Appalachian State University and houses many departments and clubs pertaining to student life.
PSU Mission Statement:
Run by and for students, the PSU exists to create a safe and inclusive environment in which the Appalachian community strives to enhance students' academic achievement and social experience.
Our facilities are dedicated to providing opportunities for diverse community development, promotion of equity and modeling of sustainability.
How do you feel you have grown as a leader this past year?
"In this past year I have learned to always do the right thing and to take initiative."
What is one thing you think the professional staff did well this past year?
"I think you were all very patient with us and each other. Apart from all the individual instances that patience probably meant the world to an employee, it created such a positive energy in the building that I am sure no employee ever came to work stressed out over this part of their life"