For the Media
- Campus with students
- Classroom shots (MP4 46.77M)
- Solar car (MP4 101.38M)
Contact University Communications at email@example.com with specific requests or browse available images for download.
It's Up to Me
In 2012, Appalachian’s Dean of Students office launched a bystander intervention and prevention campaign, titled “It’s Up To Me,” along with the website Appalachian Cares, that provides a clearinghouse for information, resources and support regarding student health and safety. This awareness and prevention approach provides training and support resources related to mental health stigmas and prevention of alcohol and other drug abuse, suicide, and interpersonal violence.
- Overview of “It’s Up To Me” (PDF 33.9M)
Film, Photography and Video Guidelines
News photography and videotaping is generally permitted in outdoor, public areas of campus as long as the story pertains to or involves the university or a member of the university community.
Special permission to film for daily news stories and events is not typically required in common outdoor areas on campus. However, it is advised to contact University Communications at 828-262-6156. We will alert the appropriate units on campus (i.e. University Police) and in some cases can assist with parking needs.
Common areas in campus buildings, such as lobbies, are considered public space and permission is not required for news photography or videography, although it is suggested.
When permission is required
Permission to shoot in interior, non-public spaces is required in all circumstances. This includes residence halls, dining areas, classrooms, laboratories, offices and research facilities.
Permission also is required to take photos or video in individual offices or workspace.
Classrooms generally are not open to the public or to the media while class is in session. Individual professors may grant media access to class sessions. Contact University Communications at 828-262-6156 with your request.
During critical incidents or emergencies requiring police or fire response, access to areas usually open to media may be limited. Media must follow guidelines provided at the site of the incident.
Filming on campus is considered a use of university facilities, and as such, is subject to the facilities use policy. For a copy of documents that must be completed and approved before any commercial photography, filmmaking or video project on campus, contact University Communications at 828-262-6156 for an Application for Photography, Motion Picture, Video and Television Permit.
If the permit is approved, a completed and approved Film Location Agreement and License to Use Film, Video, Photo or Other Images will also be required.
Commercial photographers who wish to take and sell photos or video of campus landmarks and buildings must be licensed by the university. Contact University Communications at 828-262-6156 and we will assist in making arrangements with the university's licensing coordinator.