The majority of the Appalachian State University yearbook, the Rhododendron, have been digitized and made available online. Print volumes are available for viewing in the Special Collections Research Center reading room.
The Office of Institutional Research, Assessment, & Planning (IRAP) has provided online access to the Appalachian State University Factbooks, from the 1969/1970 academic year to the present.
Twenty-three university annual reports are available online.
The student newspaper, The Appalachian, is available both online and in print.
- Online versions available from 2000–present on The Appalachian’s website
- Digital versions available from 1934–1998 at the Appalachian State University Digital Collections site
- Print versions are available for viewing in the Special Collections reading room. Given the fragility of the early issues, researchers are encouraged to use the digitized versions.
The Dew Drop Catalog Editions and Bulletins have been digitized and made available online at DigitalNC. Issues date from 1905-2007: Appalachian State University catalogs. The Office of the Registrar has both the undergraduate and graduate bulletins archived online from 2003 to the present.
The University Archives maintains vertical reference files, largely containing news clippings and ephemera related to people, places, and events associated with AppState.
Appalachian State University Photographs
Seven-thousand photographs featuring the App State campus, students, faculty, and events were digitized and made available online as part of the Appalachian State University Historical Photographs Project. The photographs range in date from 1899-1992.