Welcome to the Alumni Relations section of the Appalachian School of Law website! As you explore this section of the website you will find quick links to alumni related pages, frequently asked questions, ways to stay up-to-date on ASL news, and information about potential career and networking opportunities. The Office of Alumni Relations is here to serve you. If you have any questions, please let us know! The Office of Alumni Relations is located on the second floor of the main building in Room 217. The office is open Monday-Friday from 9:00 to 5:00.
To contact the Office of Alumni Relations:
Becky England, M. Ed.
Coordinator of Institutional Effectiveness and Alumni Relations
Office of Alumni Relations
Appalachian School of Law
1169 Edgewater Dr.
Grundy, VA 24614
Tools and Resources
Alumni Contact us
ASL’s growing alumni network boasts graduates who live and work in 41 states.
Reconnect with former classmates, catch up on the latest alumni news, and request referrals from other alumni by accessing the ASL Alumni Group Page on Facebook.
To view grades or request transcripts, log on to the alumni access system here. Please note that official transcripts for employment-related purposes or bar-related purposes, as well as unofficial transcripts, are free of charge to alumni. All other transcript requests must be accompanied by a check for $5.00 made payable to Appalachian School of Law. Checks should be mailed to Appalachian School of Law, c/o Registrar, 1169 Edgewater Drive, Grundy, Virginia 24614. Processing time is approximately five business days.
Graduates are responsible for notifying ASL of address changes. Your e-mail and physical addresses are your only connection to ASL after graduation and are lifelines to other ASL graduates. To update your address, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASL graduates become members of the ASL Alumni Association. The Alumni Facebook Page allows graduates to keep in contact with classmates, post pictures, make announcements, post events, list job opportunities, and share ideas.
Click here for the Alumni Association ByLaws (PDF).
Appalachian School of Law Alumni Association Chapter Leaders
It is the goal of the Appalachian School of Law Alumni Association to establish chapters throughout the United States. These chapters are important contacts for new graduates. Chapter leaders make themselves available to assist alumni in career searches, alumni events, recruitment activities and community service involvement. For more information about becoming a chapter leader, contact the Alumni Department. Chapters are presently established in:
Washington, D.C./Maryland/Northern Virginia
Charleston/Huntington, West Virginia
Southern West Virginia
Charlotte, North Carolina (metro)
Wilmington, North Carolina
New York/New Jersey
All “my.asl.edu” student accounts remain as-is after graduation. Notifications and announcements will be sent to these accounts unless the graduate notifies ASL of a preferred e-mail account by e-mailing email@example.com.
The National Association for Law Placement, or NALP, The Association for Legal Career Professionals, facilitates legal career counseling and planning, recruitment and retention, and the professional development of law students and lawyers. NALP’s website provides information on recruiting trends, placement statistics, law firm information, law schools, and more.
Who completes the NALP survey?
Following graduation, all recent graduates receive a NALP survey by mail and by email. Please complete the paper survey or the online survey and return it to us at that time, regardless of your employment status. If your employment information changes prior to March 15th of the year following your graduation, please contact Career Services to update your survey responses.
Is my personal status confidential?
Yes. Personal information is kept confidential. The employment information from all graduates is combined into a statistical report that is submitted to NALP, with a portion also submitted to the American Bar Association (ABA). Some general, collective class information is made publicly available per ABA Standard 509.
What if I lose my NALP survey after graduation?
If you have not responded by Jan. 1, you will be contacted again. Simply complete the survey and return it to us at that time, regardless of your employment status. You may either mail it to Career Services, 1169 Edgewater Drive, Grundy, VA 24614, or e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Go to https://www.aslsonisweb.com/alumsect.cfm
- Enter PIN number and e-mail address
If you have forgotten your PIN and want it e-mailed to you, enter your e-mail address. Then, click “If you have forgotten your PIN and/or ID, please click here.” This will prompt our system to automatically e-mail your PIN. The e-mail address must match the last e-mail updated on your bio page. If you have changed e-mail addresses and cannot remember the last updated address ASL has for you, e-mail email@example.com.
Once logged on, you will see three tabs: Logout, Biographic and Update Bio.
- Logout – Logs you out of the system
- Biographic – Gives you a printable page of all classes taken, grades, total earned credits, GPA credits and GPA. This is not a transcript.
- Update Bio – Allows you to update your personal information
Requesting a transcript
Under the “Biographic” tab you will find the “request” link. By accessing this link, you may request an official or unofficial transcript, as well as a letter explaining ASL’s grading system.
Please note that official transcripts for employment-related purposes or bar-related purposes, as well as unofficial transcripts, are free of charge to alumni. All other transcripts must be accompanied by a check for $5.00 made payable to Appalachian School of Law. Checks should be mailed to Appalachian School of Law, c/o Registrar, 1169 Edgewater Drive, Grundy, Virginia 24614. Processing time is approximately five business days.