Information frequently requested on grant proposal/application forms:
|About Appalachian State University||Legal Name|
Appalachian State University
University Mission Statement
|Profile / Description||For a basic description of the university's structure, governance, mission, finances, and surrounding community, see the Pre-Written Content section(ASU login required) of the Virtual Communications Toolbox. This content is approved for use by ASU faculty and staff in grant proposals. The extensive "Points of Pride" section contains brief descriptions of various aspects of the university, such as its undergraduate research program, commitment to sustainability, and specific academic programs. The "Teaching and Scholarship" section contains information related to external funding, library statistics, and academic programming. The "University Operations" section contains additional institutional financial information.|
For a description of the research support resources available at the university, download this document produced by Grants Resources & Services (PDF, ASU login required).
For more in-depth data about the university (e.g., enrollment, finances, degrees awarded, demographics, organizational charts), see the annual Fact Book produced by the Institutional Research and Planning (IRAP) office. Information is added to the Fact Book throughout the year, so there is typically more complete information in the previous year's Fact Book than the current year's.
|Most recent financial report/audit||https://controller.appstate.edu/appalachian-financial-reports|
Appalachian State University is exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and is also described in sections 509(a)(1) and 170(b)(1)(A)(ii).
|Proof of university's tax-exempt status||You may be asked to attach proof of Appalachian's tax-exempt status. Please call your department's contact person in Sponsored Programs for a current copy.|
|Submission Assistance||Check for your department's contact person in Sponsored Programs and Special Funds Accounting.|
|Authorized Official Representative (AOR)||Authorized Signing Official Representative (AOR)|
Ms. Charna K. Howson
|Applicant Address / AOR Address|
PO Box 32174, Room 384
|Applicant phone / AOR phone||828-262-7459|
|Applicant Fax / AOR Fax||828-262-2641|
|Codes, Numbers, and Identifiers||Federal Employer Identification Number (EIN) or Tax ID||Please contact Yingqi Wang in the Office of Research at email@example.com.|
|NCES IPEDS #|| |
|Federal School Code|
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Number: Specific to federally-funded projects; usually listed near the beginning of the guidelines/RFP (Request for Proposals), or you may find it at https://www.cfda.gov. The format is ##.### where the first 2 numbers identify the federal agency (i.e., 84 is always the US Department of Education), and the last 3 digits identify the program. Alpha-numberic characters may be included to designate areas of program emphasis.
|Funding Opportunity Number (FON)||Generally, this will only apply to a federally-funded project, though some foundations use it also; will be included in the guidelines.|
|Federal Congressional District|| |
|North Carolina State House District|| |
|North Carolina State Senate District|| |
|CAGE Code (for federal contracting)|| |
|ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier|| |
|Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region Code||Region 4|
|U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region Code||Region 4|
|U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Region Code||Region 4|
|U.S. Forest Service (USFS) Region Code||Region 8|
|Assurance Numbers for Human and Animal Subject Protocols||Federal-wide Assurance (FWA) for the Protection of Human Subjects Number|| |
|Animal Subjects / Animal Welfare Assurance (AWA) Number|| |