Office of Student Affairs
STUDENT AFFAIRS PROGRAMS AND ASSESSMENT
» Collaborated with Campus Labs to administer a national benchmarking survey, “Project CEO.”
APSU students surveyed rated their ability to work in teams significantly higher
than the national average; citing classes, cocurricular activities, and working on
campus as experiences contributing to this ability.
APSU students completing the study also rated themselves significantly higher than their national peers in the ability to make decisions.
Students cited their experiences with cocurricular activities, such as student organizations, student publications, SGA and fraternities and sororities, academic honor and other organizations, and intercollegiate sports as the experiences contributing to this skill development.
» Coordinated 35 departmental assessment reports through Division Assessment Committee
» Membership increased in the Austin Peay Parent/Family Association (APPA) to over
ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT AND DEAN OF STUDENTS
» Increase of 16% ridership on the Peay Pick-up trolley, with 7,093 riders using the Peay Pick-up and 41,472 using CTS Bus Service
» Installed GPS tracking for the Peay Pick-Up in partnership with the GIS Center
» 25 SGA/Miller Emergency Loans were provided to students during fall totaling $6,130
» 26% increase of student referrals by faculty or staff during fall for challenges or needing assistance
» Added new position, Director of Student Conduct/Case Manager
» Sexual Assault Online Training Module sent to 1,443 new freshmen and 637 transfer students; response was 837 (58%) and 42 (7%) respectively. APSU had highest participation rate of any TBR institution.
» Student Government Association sponsored the Big Event for a second year. The community service project included 32 partner sites and over 500 APSU students participated.
“Austin Peay will continue to prepare its students to take on the world while giving us the tools to fix it. Needless to say, I am very grateful for this university and its mission.”
Student Government Association President
Gregory Singleton came to APSU in 2007 from the University of Miami. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Memphis and has completed additional graduate studies at Florida International University. He is Associate Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students and the university’s Deputy Title IX Officer. Greg has been honored regionally and nationally with many awards including the Dr. Kent Gardner Award presented by the Association of Fraternity Advisors and as the Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) Faculty Officer of the Year.
He currently serves as the National Scholarship Chairman for Kappa Alpha Order as well as the Forester Province Commander. He is on the Board of the Clarksville Sexual Assault Center, the ODK National Advisory Board and is a graduate of Leadership Clarksville. He was also asked to be Austin Peay’s Commencement speaker for summer 2015.