Appalachia Service Project Campus Chapters


Appalachia Service Project’s College Programs connect young adults across the United States with opportunities to enact change in both their collegiate communities and the Central Appalachian region through advocacy, education, and service, all while equipping students with skills of leadership, entrepreneurship, management, and organization.


While many college groups travel to Central Appalachia to serve with ASP over their fall, winter, and spring breaks, some students have taken the extra step to engage with AS’s mission year-round. These Campus Chapters provide an opportunity to engage and engage young adults with service and help them gain valuable skills in community outreach.


Appalachia Service Project’s Campus Chapters are student-led, collegiate based organizations. Each Campus Chapter is nationally affiliated with Appalachia Service Project and brings ASP’s organizational mission to their collegiate community and college-aged students to experience and serve in Central Appalachia. Students involved with Campus Chapters work towards the following goals of will service, advocacy, and fundraising:




  • Serve their collegiate community through existing organizations to promote service and social justice with their peers
  • Coordinate a minimum of one trip to one of ASP’s Year-Round centers over Fall, Winter, or Spring Break



  • Host events on campus and in the surrounding community to raise awareness of substandard housing, Central Appalachia, ASP, and other related social issues
  • Identify potential summer staffer applicants for Appalachia Service Project
  • Share ASP volunteer opportunities with other potential, local groups (e.g., churches, high
  • schools, other student organizations, etc.)



  • Fundraise for organizations addressing substandard housing, including ASP
  • Leverage community partnerships as a means for fundraising, in-kind donations, etc.




Start a Chapter at Your School


If you are interested in launching an ASP Campus Chapter at your school, please take the following steps:


ASP College Programs
4523 Bristol Hwy
Johnson City, TN 37601

  • Begin recruiting, networking, fundraising, and raising awareness about your Campus Chapter.  Check out the Chapter Resources that ASP offers for these tasks to get started.


Email us with any questions that you may have, or reference our Resources Page and our Frequently Asked Questions.



Current ASP Campus Chapters

Appalachian State University

Athens Drive High School

East Tennessee State University

George Mason University

Kent State University

North Carolina State University

Ohio State University

Union College

University of Delaware

University of Kentucky

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

University of Wisconsin at Madison

Virginia Tech

Wake Forest University