Kaleidoscope is a free ASU campus-based after-school tutoring/enrichment program offered by Reich College of Education. Kaleidoscope offers children between the ages of 5 and 12, a stimulating multi-faceted learning experience with –
• Homework support and remedial academic tutoring • Regular access to books and multi-media • Arts/crafts • Indoor/outdoor games • Field trips to ASU campus, and downtown Boone attractions
Appalachian State University offers a variety of educational enrichment opportunities for children and youth.
SAT Prep What: A 22-hour program, led by Appalachian faculty as well as other area educators, to enhance student readiness for the SAT Prep exam Who: Any student, typically in grades 10-12 When: Dates vary. See our website for current dates. Where: Walker Hall, on the campus of Appalachian State University Registration Information: The fee covers twenty-two hours of instruction and the textbook.
Each year, the Office of Multicultural Student Development coordinates a variety of educational and enrichment events that are free and open to the public. The Diversity Speaker Series offers engaging presentations on issues and topics of diversity and social justice. The Diversity Celebration is a one day festival that showcases the sights, sounds, movement, art, history and food of many cultures from around the world.