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Adult, Nontraditional & Transfer Student Center, Morgan University Center 112, 931-221-6854

The ANTS Center is a space for adult learners, nontraditional and transfer students, and is open to all students. At the center, you can meet other students, eat lunch, study in the quiet area, use the computer lab, or relax in the lounge. Programs offered throughout the year are designed specifically for nontraditional students like CoffeeBRAKE where students have the opportunity to share relevant experiences and information with their peers while enjoying coffee. Programs like Family Movie Night and Take Me Out to the Ballgame are designed to welcome you and your family to campus. The center also offers assistance helping new transfer students adapt to life at APSU. To get involved, please go to and visit the center often.

Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center, Clement 120, 931-221-7120

The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center is located in Clement 120. The hours of operation are 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday and Friday as well as 8 a.m.-6 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday for student, faculty, community and staff use. The center hosts over 50 programs throughout the year. It provides TI-83 calculators, laptops, MacBooks, netbooks and more than 1,600 library resources to check out. For students interested in foreign languages, the center offers a variety of Rosetta Stone tutorial CDs. There are stationary computers with the Respondus program available. In addition, the center provides an 80-inch TV for students to use for practicing presentations. Students may stop by to eat snacks, study, relax, watch TV or play games.

Athletics,, Dunn Center 141, 931-221-7904

Let’s Go Peay! The vision of Austin Peay Athletics is to become the premier athletics department in the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) and a leader in all that we do — athletics, academics and administration. Admission is free for all Clarksville campus students to all regular season home events with a valid APSU ID card. For more information and team schedules, visit or follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram: @LetsGoPeay.

AP Dining, Morgan University Center 216, 931-221-7474

AP Dining Services provides dining and catering solutions for the entire campus community. With locations throughout campus and always less than a five-minute walk away, there’s something for all appetites. From morning coffee at Einstein Bros. Bagels or Starbucks to a delicious midday meal in The Caf, you’re sure not to be left hungry. Visit the AP Dining website for the latest menus, hours and events: Also, Snap, Like and Follow your way to everything delicious with AP Dining on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.

APSU Email System (Office 365)

APSU email through the Office 365 system is the official means of communication to students at APSU. Correspondence between the University and students will be sent to the students’ email accounts; other email accounts will not be used. Students are encouraged to check their APSU email account on a regular basis. To check APSU email, visit

Campus Police/Public Safety, Shasteen 133, 931-221-7786

Austin Peay State University Department of Public Safety is a full-time law enforcement agency. The Public Safety Department and police station, located in the Shasteen Building, is open for walk-in service or calls for service by telephone 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The department’s dispatcher can be reached at 931-221-7786 both on and off campus. On-campus emergency calls should be made by dialing 911. All police officers are certified by the Tennessee Peace Officer’s Standard Training Commission (P.O.S.T.) and must meet the same requirements as all law enforcement officers in the state. Officers patrol the campus by various means. Public Safety works closely with city, county, state and federal agencies to ensure the safety of the University community. Crime statistics are available online at

The Public Safety/Campus Police staff strives to meet the needs of the diverse groups of the University. It is the goal of the department to maintain and provide an environment free of fear that is conducive to learning, not only in the classroom, but also in the University community. It is the department’s goal to enforce the laws of the state of Tennessee, the rules and regulations of Austin Peay State University without regard for nationality, race, creed, color, gender or sexual orientation.

Emergency Calls to Campus Police

The department’s dispatcher can be reached 24/7 at 931-221-7786 both on and off campus. Call 911 in an emergency.

LiveSafe App

You can also download the LiveSafe app, which allows students, faculty and staff to quickly and conveniently communicate with APSU Campus Police.

Emergency Telephones, or “Blue Boxes”

Emergency telephones are found in numerous locations around campus. If you have an emergency, simply press the button on the callbox. This will immediately connect you with a dispatcher. They will send the appropriate agency to respond to your call. You can also utilize emergency telephones to request the security escort service.

Emergency Text Message Warning System: Rave Alert

Austin Peay State University offers Rave Alert, an emergency text message warning system that enables designated APSU officials to send an alert about an imminent emergency via text message.

This emergency text-messaging system provides another means for members of the University community to be notified regarding weather-related closings and emergencies. Students must opt in to receive the emergency notifications by providing his/her cell phone information, as described at For more information on the APSU text message alert system, go to

Motorist Assistance Program (MAP) Services

The Motorist Assistance Program (MAP) can come to your rescue, and best of all, it’s free. The Public Safety Division provides a variety of services to assist motorists at Austin Peay. Public Safety provides this service 24/7.

Security Escort Service, 931-221-7786

For the safety and convenience of the campus community, APSU Public Safety provides a security escort service within the confines of the campus. The security escort service operates 24/7. To request the service, phone 931-221-7786.

Crime Prevention Programs and Presentations

Austin Peay State University Public Safety Division offers crime prevention and safety-related programs to the University community. In addition, programs and information are available to the local and regional communities as part of our outreach initiatives. Crime prevention and safety programs are available upon request.

ANONYMOUS reporting to police, via text, picture message or online

Send your ANONYMOUS tips through the LiveSafe app.

Career Services, Morgan University Center 210, 931-221-6544

The Office of Career Services assists students in connecting with local, regional and national employers. Our mission is to assist undergraduate students, graduate students and alumni in making a successful transition from academia to the world of work by equipping them with the tools to take ownership of their professional and personal development for lifelong career satisfaction. As part of this mission, we strive to provide access to career-related services and meet students where they are in their career development process. These services include: career assessments, mock interviews, job search strategies, workshops covering various career-related topics, walk-in hours, library for career-related advice, creating four-year plans, personal branding and salary negotiation practice, “What Can I Do With This Major?” exploration and much more. Visit for more information. Questions? Email

Center for Service-Learning & Community Engagement/Food Pantry, 322 Home Ave., 931-221-6590

The Center for Service-Learning & Community Engagement provides students with opportunities to connect their academic and personal growth to the betterment of their community. The center strives to provide the space and opportunity for students to become active citizens in the classroom and into their community by making their mark on the world. Students, faculty and community agencies benefit from the use of this space to train, present, collaborate and connect the campus with our community.

Students can experience an array of community engagement programs, including Alternative Break Trips, ENGAGE living community, days of service, volunteer opportunities and the Save Our Students Food Pantry and free thrift shop. Students have the opportunity to enhance their education with the hands-on experiences of service-learning courses coordinated through the center. Visit the center at 322 Home Ave., behind Hand Village, or email

The S.O.S. Food Pantry supports students through troubling times by helping fight hunger. The campus community supports and supplies the food pantry through donations. Students who find themselves in need can fill out the user request form and turn it in to 322 Home Ave. or email it to Students will need their APSU student identification card to receive food.

Little Govs Child Learning Center, 637 N. Eighth St., 931-221-6234

The CLC is available to children of APSU students, staff, faculty and the local community and serves preschool children ages 2-5 years. Full-time and part-time programs are available. The CLC maintains a three-star rating from the Department of Human Services Star Quality Child Care Program. The CLC is also a Gold Sneaker Facility. The center hours of operation are 7:15 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday.

Counseling Services, Ard Building, 931-221-6162

Student Counseling Services offers a variety of services, including confidential individual, group and couples counseling, outreach and prevention services and consultation. All currently enrolled APSU students are eligible for counseling services free of charge, typically during normal business hours, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. A limited number of evening counseling sessions are also available. Our caring, professional staff is made up of individuals experienced in dealing with a broad range of problems. For more information, visit the Counseling Center’s website at or at the Ard Building at the intersection of College Street and University Avenue. Parking is available at Counseling Services.

Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students, Morgan University Center 206, 931-221-7341

The Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students is an advocate for student interests, a resource for questions and assistance, and the primary contact for student emergencies. The Dean of Students is responsible for overseeing the student disciplinary/judicial process through the Student Code of Conduct. The code provides students with a comprehensive document that explains the rights and responsibilities of students who are enrolled at Austin Peay State University.

Anyone who enrolls at APSU is entitled to all rights granted to him/her by the Constitution of the United States and is entitled to the full protection of the law. Apart from those rights and duties enjoyed by nonstudents, enrollment in the University carries with it special privileges and imposes special responsibilities.

The University has established regulations and certain due process procedures essential to an atmosphere of mutual respect that is sensitive to the rights of all individuals. Additionally, a complete listing can be found online at The Dean of Students also advises the Student Government Association.

Disability Services, Morgan University Center 114, 931-221-6230, TTY 931-221-6278

The Office of Disability Services is dedicated to providing academic assistance to students with disabilities enrolled at APSU. Disability Services provides information to students, faculty, staff and administrators about the needs of its students. It also ensures the accessibility of programs, services and activities to students with a disability. The office is a resource of information pertaining to disability issues and advocates participation in campus life.

Who is eligible for assistance?

A person with a disability is someone with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities. A person is considered to be a person with a disability if he/she has disability, has a record of the disability or is regarded as having the disability.

The following list is not limited to the common disabilities an individual may be eligible for: blind and/or visually impaired, deaf or hard of hearing, learning disabled/attention deficit disorder, mobility impaired, neurologically impaired, chronic health conditions and psychological.


Accommodations are academic adjustments that apply to access materials in alternate formats, adjustments to exam conditions, such as extended time or taking an exam in a minimal distraction area, as well as having a notetaker.

Requesting Accommodations

It is the responsibility of the student to register with the Office of Disability Services and request accommodations. The first step is to complete an intake form. The form can be downloaded and printed from Students are encouraged to contact the office for guidelines pertaining to the specific documentation required.


Disability Services coordinates services with the available community resources, such as community and regional high schools, TRiO Student Support Services, Academic Support and Academic Alert, VetSuccess and vocational rehabilitation (VR).

The office also coordinates other accommodations deemed necessary, such as extended time on tests, physical access, alternate format texts, note taking, special seating, interpreter service, enlarged print and special-testing settings/conditions.

Family Weekend: Oct. 5-7, 2018,

You are invited to Austin Peay State University’s Family Weekend. Family Weekend is a great time for students and their families to enjoy the weekend on campus together. Events for the weekend include an opening act with live entertainment, tailgate experience, football game, Mudbowl and more. You will also have the opportunity to meet APSU Administration and interact with faculty members.

For more information and an updated list of events, visit the Family Weekend website at There, you can preregister for the weekend’s activities, find information about local hotels and activities, and see all of the events planned. Preregister by Sept. 17 to claim a T-shirt.

Fraternity & Sorority Affairs, Morgan University Center 208, 931-221-6570

Sororities and fraternities have a history on campus dating back to the early 1970s. These organizations are rooted in founding principles that foster academic achievement, student involvement, community service and lifelong friendships. Fraternities and sororities are groups of men and women who come together to form a personal network of individuals with similar ideas, interests and a mutual pursuit of a well-rounded college education.

Advantages include:

Sororities and fraternities serve as a great resource for students academically, through study hours and tutoring programs. Most chapters require a high grade-point average for initial membership into the organization. To participate in fraternity or sorority recruitment/intake, one must be enrolled full time (12 credit-hours) and a 2.5 college GPA is required by Fraternity & Sorority Affairs. Each fraternity and sorority chapter has its own requirements for membership regarding GPA.

All fraternities and sororities have strict policies regulating the consumption of alcohol for underage members and guests. Organizations work closely with the staff to conduct safe social activities. All fraternities and sororities are held accountable to the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs risk management guidelines, their national organization regulations and Tennessee state laws.

The costs of membership go toward the inter/national fees, chapter operating expenses and social functions. Financial obligations differ among individual chapters. New members can expect to pay higher dues their first semester than in subsequent ones.

Additional costs throughout the semester will go toward chapter events, educational programs and other chapter-related materials, pictures, gifts, T-shirts, etc. There are payment plans available for students, as well as scholarships within the individual chapters. While participating in the recruitment/membership/intake process, make sure to ask about the financial obligations of membership.

Austin Peay State University has a zero-tolerance policy regarding hazing that is consistent with Tennessee state law. Hazing includes any activity that subjects members to harassment, ridicule, intimidation, physical exhaustion, abuse or mental distress. If you are asked to participate in inappropriate activities as a result of membership in a fraternity or sorority, you should contact the Office of Student Affairs at 931-221-7341. Calls will be handled in a discrete manner.

Individual chapters elect officers to manage the day-to-day operations of the organization. These officers are assisted by alumni who act as advisers. Each chapter also is responsible to its national organization, which offers support, advice and direction through paid professional staff and regional volunteers. At APSU, the Coordinator for Fraternity & Sorority Affairs is on staff and serves as the primary university contact for the fraternity and sorority community.

For more information and for information on active chapters, please visit

Govs ID Card Center, Morgan University Center, Room 207, 931-221-7888

The Govs Card is the official identification card for every student, faculty and staff member at APSU. Keep your Govs ID card with you at all times. It offers a convenient, easy and safe way to make purchases and use campus services. Use your Govs Card as your only card on campus. It is used as your library card, meal plan card and meal money, Govs Bucks, admittance to athletic events, admittance to activities and events, access card to residence halls, use in vending machines and can be used as a bank ATM/debit card.

Your Govs Card can be used as a declining balance card for on-campus purchases. There are two separate accounts on your Govs Card: Govs Bucks and Plus Dollars. Govs Bucks can be deposited at the ADM (Automatic Deposit Machine) in the Morgan University Center, the library or online. Deposits may be made as often as needed. The Automatic Deposit Machine (ADM) will accept $1, $5, $10 or $20 bills. Deposited funds are available for immediate use. Plus Dollars come with the purchase of a meal plan and can be used at various campus meal locations. Plus Dollars will transfer from the fall semester to the spring semester only. Meals are valid only for the semester they were purchased. Govs Bucks will remain active as long as you are a current APSU student.

GovsLEAD, Leadership Development, Morgan University Center 211, 931-221-7431

GovsLEAD connects students to leadership opportunities, educates on theory, builds skills and offers opportunities for leaders to showcase their strengths and experiences. We believe that growing as a leader is a major aspect of the college experience. There are many great opportunities offered through our office, including leadership workshops, career preparation, a campus wide leadership conference and a leadership certificate. For more information, check out the program online at or stop by the Morgan University Center, Room 211.

GOVSTECH Help Desk, Morgan University Center Info Desk, 931-221-4357

The GOVSTECH Help Desk provides the first point of contact to the University for computing, networking, hardware/software, PC/Mac and printer problems. The GOVSTECH Help Desk also works with other technical groups and the Office of Information Technology to resolve more complex problems and assigns computer accounts. The GOVSTECH Help Desk is located in the Morgan University Center Info Desk. If you need assistance from the GOVSTECH Help Desk, please call 931-221-4357, or email

Health Services, Ard Building, 931-221-7107

Health care is available for currently enrolled students and is provided by certified nurse practitioners and consulting physicians. Additional Health Services personnel includes a pharmacist, certified medical assistant, front office administrative support staff and a Graduate Assistant/Health Educator. Services include illness visits, gynecological visits, family planning, treatment of minor injuries, preventative health screenings and mental health concerns. Allergy injections and immunizations are also administered. Lab testing is provided, including STD testing, strep screening, urinalysis, blood glucose and pregnancy testing.

Costs and Insurance

Costs will be incurred for lab work or medications obtained at Boyd Health Services, and for supplies and procedures required for treatment. However, the office visit provided by our medical staff is free. Students may request a prescription if they prefer to obtain medication from a local pharmacy. All costs will be billed to the student’s account. Additionally, if referred off campus, the student will be responsible for all costs. APSU strongly encourages each student to have private health insurance.

Hours and Location

Boyd Health Services is a walk-in clinic located at the intersection of College Street and University Avenue with its own parking. Except for emergencies, patients are generally seen in order of arrival. In order to be seen same-day, it is advisable to come in as early as possible as appointments are fully booked frequently, especially between the hours of 10 a.m. and noon, and 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The office opens at 7 a.m., so come in and receive your health care before classes begin. A listing of local resources for after-hours care is available for patients who cannot be seen when the clinic is already booked for the day.

Well-women exams/pap exams are by appointment only and can be scheduled by calling our office at 931-221-7101. No appointment is required for family planning or STD testing.


The state of Tennessee requires all new and readmitted full-time students to provide proof of two immunizations with Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccines, which were administered on or after the first year of birth. Also, as of July 1, 2011, two varicella (chickenpox) vaccines or proof of immunity will be required. The student will not be allowed to register for classes until these requirements are met.

The state of Tennessee mandates that each public or private postsecondary institution provides information concerning Hepatitis B infection to all students entering the institution for the first time. Those students who will be living in on-campus housing for the first time must also provide proof of meningitis vaccine within the past five years. Tennessee law requires that such students complete and sign a waiver form provided by the institution that includes detailed information about the diseases. Students under the age 18 are required to provide a parent-signed copy of the waiver form to APSU, Boyd Health Services, P.O. Box 4655, Clarksville, TN 37044, or fax to 931-221-7388.

APSU will adhere to vaccine requirements set forth by the Tennessee Department of Health and state laws.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, meningococcal disease is a potentially life-threatening bacterial infection. While it is relatively rare with fewer than 3,000 cases reported in the U.S. each year, it can cause serious long-term effects and permanent disabilities as well death in approximately 10 percent of cases. There is a vaccination available as a preventive measure for those who have not yet been exposed. The American College Health Association (ACHA) recommends all first-year students living in residence halls receive the meningococcal vaccine. The ACHA further recommends that other college students under the age of 25 consider receiving the vaccination to reduce their risk for the disease. Meningococcal disease rates climb during adolescence and peak between the ages of 15 and 20 years. APSU strongly encourages all students to consider taking the vaccine.

Hispanic Cultural Center, Morgan University Center 213, 931-221-6645

The Hispanic Cultural Center is a place where students of all ethnicities can gather, learn, share and support the Hispanic culture. The center promotes learning through house resource materials such as Rosetta Stone, videos and computers. The center hosts celebrations of special Hispanic events, such as Dia de los Muertos and a variety of educational activities, such as Not All About Tacos and dance workshops. All Austin Peay students are welcome to visit the center to experience “where strangers become amigos and amigos become familia.” For more information about the center and upcoming events, visit the website at

Homecoming: Oct. 22-27, 2018

Homecoming is the highlight of fall semester and brings students, alumni and the community to campus. The activities begin on Oct. 22 and culminate in the football game on Saturday, Oct. 27, when the Governors host Tennessee Tech. Events during the week include: student organization banner contest, lip-sync competition, court announcement, APSU Apollo student talent show, pep rally, NPHC Step Show, Homecoming Parade and the crowning of the king and queen. There are many opportunities to get involved in Homecoming activities through student organizations, departments or residence halls, with friends and family, and at the parade, football game and tailgate. For more information, contact the office of Student Life & Engagement at 931-221-7431 or visit

Housing, Residence Life & Dining Services, Miller Hall 121, 931-221-7444

Life in University housing provides students with an essential part of their educational experience. Living in a residence hall affords the student opportunities for involvement in campus activities, shared responsibilities and community experiences. Students have the benefit of laundry facilities, the Housing Channel, cable, Internet access and meal plans.

For more information about campus housing, visit

Media and News on Campus

Newspaper: The All State and

The All State is produced by students and publishes weekly on Wednesdays during the fall and spring semesters when classes are in session, and online at throughout the year. The All State has served the APSU campus as its independent student news source since 1930. The All State received 22 awards last year from state, regional and national competitions, and is operated and produced by students who are advised by the Coordinator for Student Publications. One of its main purposes is to provide a forum for the expression of student opinion as well as disseminate timely news to the APSU campus.

Enrolled students of any major or experience level may apply to join The All State staff, which includes reporters, photographers, editors, social media, multimedia, design, advertising sales representatives, a circulation manager and other positions. Applications are available online at For more information, visit Morgan University Center 111, call 931-221-7376 or email

The All State also operates several social media accounts that help students stay informed with breaking news happening on campus and around the area with articles, photos and videos. You can follow them on:
Facebook: /TheAllState | Twitter: @TheAllState and #TheAllState | Instagram: @theallstate_apsu | YouTube: /TheAllStateAPSU


WAPX-FM, Magic 91.9, is the voice and broadcast service of Austin Peay State University, playing a variety of music and offering news and sports to its many listeners. The station and its general manager, David Von Palko, have received many awards for public affairs and news programming in addition to public service.

Students produce programs and serve as radio announcers. Students should have completed COMM 2100 to join the staff of WAPX-FM. For more information, visit MMC 168, call 931-221-6364 or email


APSU-TV operates 24 hours a day featuring national news, weather, local sports and original programming. APSU-TV specializes in the production and broadcast of APSU and Ohio Valley Conference Athletics and other special events. APSU-TV is available on campus cable Channel 9, as well as locally on Spectrum cable Channel 192, CDE Lightband Channel 9 and AT&T U-verse on PEG Channel 99.

The APSU Department of Communication offers the only Sports Broadcasting major in the state of Tennessee. The department provides students with live production experience on APSU football and men’s/women’s basketball broadcasts, and video scoreboard productions in the Dunn Center and at Fortera Stadium. Opportunities are available for producer/director, announcer, camera operator, replay operator, audio engineer and graphics.

For more information about APSU-TV, contact Steve Sawyer at For more information about joining the sports broadcasting production team, contact Barry Gresham at


The Office of Public Relations and Marketing posts official University news releases and statements at

Military Student Center, Morgan University Center 120, 931-221-1685

The Military Student Center assists veterans, active duty, reservists, national guardsmen, retirees, ROTC students and family members that attend the university with their transition from the military to college life. The center provides a computer center, a lounge and dining area to allow students to work on homework or to relax and unwind from the day surrounded by fellow like-minded students.

The center offers programs throughout the academic year to address the unique challenges our student population faces. The Texts for Vets program relies on textbook donations to provide textbooks to students free of charge. The Center also helps to resolve academic and personal issues for military-related students. The Center works with a diverse population of students. In order to meet the needs of this diverse population, the Center works closely with other campus offices such as Disability Services, Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs, Registrar’s Office, Career Services, Student Counseling Services, VetSuccess On Campus and others to ensure the students’ needs are being met.

The center is located in MUC Room 120 behind the post office and is open Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Arrangements can also be made for other availability to meet student needs.


At APSU, a student’s spiritual growth can be part of the education and continued personal growth through participation in the activities of the campus ministries.

Campus ministries at APSU are organizations of students who are dedicated to service to others. These students gather to enhance their religious experience, while helping create a positive atmosphere of diversity. Campus ministries sponsor spiritual, social and service programs for students at Austin Peay.

For more information and for campus ministry organizations, please contact Student Life & Engagement at 931-221-7431 or visit PeayLink at

Morgan University Center, MUC 207, 931-221-6617

The Morgan University Center houses the Post Office; coffee shop; the food court and cafeteria; Student Publications (including The All State student newspaper); Student Government Association; Student Affairs; Associate VP for Student Affairs/Dean of Students/Deputy Title IX Coordinator; Student Conduct; Student Life & Engagement; Fraternity & Sorority Affairs; Career Services; Adult, Nontraditional and Transfer Student Center; Hispanic Cultural Center; Military Student Center; Disability Services; Peay Pod convenience store and University Facilities. Student IDs are available in MUC 207, and reservations for MUC facilities can be made at


All persons who live, work and/or attend classes at Austin Peay State University Clarksville Campus are required to have a parking decal for the vehicle they operate. The cost of the decal for students is included in the student access fees.

The University uses a hanging decal system. This allows the decal to be moved and used with any vehicle the registered person operates. Because of this flexibility and the limited parking on campus, each person is issued only one decal. Exceptions are made for married housing student families with two licensed drivers and in other extraordinary circumstances.

Students may apply for a decal online or in the Public Safety Office (Shasteen Building). To obtain a decal, students must have confirmed courses for the current semester. Students also will need to provide a description and tag number for the vehicle most commonly used with the decal.

Resident students park in their assigned lot, and commuter students must park in commuter parking lots.

The following represents the color-coding system for parking on campus:

*Visitor and 30-minute parking spaces will be labeled as such. The APSU parking regulations and map can be found at

Post Office, Morgan University Center 121, 931-221-6161

All students who live in APSU residence housing have a pre-assigned post office box. Boxes can also be rented for $9 per semester. Students must visit OneStop to get their post office box assignment and mailing information.

Any students who do not live in residence housing and would like to have a campus post office box can come to the service window to pay and be assigned a campus P.O. Box. The Campus Post Office functions as a contract station with the U.S. Postal Service. All general services are provided. Service window hours are 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday, and closed weekends and when the University is closed. Boxes may still be checked after normal operating hours.

For more information, go to Postal Services on the APSU website, call 931-221-6161 or email

Printing Services, Library 124 (lower level of Library), 931-221-7187

Austin Peay Printing Services offers full-service printing, copying and bindery service to APSU students and the campus community. We provide high-quality printing at reasonable prices, and some services are offered free of charge. Our services include:

For more information, please contact us at 931-221-7187 or email

ROTC, Memorial Health Building, 931-221-6156

Army ROTC (Reserve Officers’ Training Corps) provides students with the leadership skills, training and experiences they need to become officers in the U.S. Army or be competitive in any professional field. Army ROTC is an elective curriculum students can take along with their required college classes. Along with leadership training, Army ROTC can pay for your college tuition. ROTC scholarships pay all tuition and fees, $1,200 per year for books and $300-$500 per month as a living allowance depending on academic year.

Because Army ROTC is an elective, students may participate during their freshman and sophomore years without any obligation to join the Army. Students who choose to participate in Army ROTC throughout their college careers will participate in challenging physical and mental exercises in order to prepare to be commissioned as officers in the Army. Junior military officers are paid very competitively with respect to recent college graduates in numerous fields, receive full medical and dental benefits, have 30 days of paid leave per year and have outstanding continuing educational opportunities, among many other benefits.

Student Affairs, Morgan University Center 206, 931-221-7341

Austin Peay State University believes the collegiate experience of students is enhanced through involvement in educationally purposeful programs and activities outside the classroom environment. The mission of the Division of Student Affairs is to promote student success through collaborative, holistic and inclusive experiences. The division is led by the Vice President for Student Affairs and includes the Adult, Nontraditional and Transfer Student Center; Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center; Associate VP for Student Affairs/Dean of Students/Deputy Title IX Coordinator; Career Services; Center for Service-Learning & Community Engagement; Little Govs Child Learning Center; Counseling and Health Services; Disability Services; Fraternity and Sorority Affairs; Hispanic Cultural Center; Housing, Residence Life & Dining Services; Military Student Center; Student Affairs Programs and Assessment; Student Conduct and Case Management; Student Life & Engagement; Student Publications; University Recreation and VetSuccess. For more information, or if you need assistance, please visit our office or website at

Student Government Association, Morgan University Center 115, 931-221-7262

The SGA is the representative body of all students, and its mission is to enhance and improve the quality of student life. As a part of this mission, the SGA strives to provide programs and activities that encourage student leadership and participation on campus.

SGA has a total of 25 senators, six justices and four executive council members. Three freshmen and three graduate senators are elected in the fall. Three senators from the sophomore, junior and senior class are elected each spring along with two students each from the Colleges of Professional Studies, Business, Arts and Letters, Education and Science and Mathematics. Also in the spring, the president, vice president and secretary are elected and the chief justice is selected by committee. SGA appoints students to serve on University standing committees. SGA holds regular meetings at 4 p.m. each Wednesday in MUC 307 that are open to the student body. For more information, contact SGA by emailing

Student Life & Engagement, Morgan University Center 211, 931-221-7431

The Office of Student Life & Engagement is the nexus of student involvement and where information is available regarding student organizations, programming opportunities, leadership development, campus activities and events. Students have the opportunity to join the Govs Programming Council and provide fun events for fellow students. Students can also apply to join the Student Organization Council, the governing body of all student organizations. For more information visit

Student Publications/The All State, Morgan University Center 111, 931-221-7376

The Office of Student Publications houses The All State student newspaper, collaborates with departments on marketing and promotional projects, produces the Student Handbook & Calendar, New Student Guide and other Student Affairs publications, and coordinates announcements on the Outdoor Message Board next to the Morgan University Center.

Writing, photography, design, advertising, leadership, multimedia and editing positions on The All State are open to application for any and all qualified students of any major. The department provides an area for students to gain resume-worthy experience, work samples, build quality and practical skill sets in a unique and engaging environment. For more information about Student Publications, please visit for the latest department news and announcements.

University Recreation, Foy Fitness and Recreation Center 112, 931-221-7564

University Recreation provides casual and competitive recreational activities for the APSU community. Facilities include the state-of-the-art Foy Fitness and Recreation Center, and the outdoor Foy Center Pool open seasonally. The Foy Fitness and Recreation Center houses a 25-foot climbing wall, 12-foot climbing boulder, three multipurpose courts for basketball, volleyball, badminton and indoor soccer, four racquetball courts, two fully equipped fitness studios, an indoor cycling studio, a 1/10-mile elevated indoor track, 10,000 square feet of cardio and weight training space. Facility reservation requests are welcome.

The department sponsors a variety of activities, including intramural leagues and tournaments, group fitness classes such as yoga, zumba, indoor cycling, H.I.T.T. and toning, wellness education and activity workshops, exercise assistance and personal trainers. Adventure Recreation offers 5-7 trips per semester covering a variety of activities like white-water rafting, hiking and rock climbing. During summer months, the department hosts an exciting youth camp and offers group and private swim lessons.

2018-19 Foy Fitness and Recreation Center Operating Schedule

Location Days Hours*
Foy Fitness Center Monday-Thursday 6 a.m.-10 p.m.
  Friday 6 a.m.-8 p.m.
  Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  Sunday Noon-10 p.m.
Indoor Climbing Wall (located inside the Foy) Monday-Thursday 2 p.m.-7 p.m.
  Friday 2 p.m.-6 p.m.
Foy Center Pool (seasonal) Monday-Friday Noon-7 p.m.
  Saturday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
  Sunday Noon-6 p.m.

*Hours may be subject to change. For more information about programs and services, visit the website at

VetSuccess On Campus/Military & VA Support, Ellington 210, 931-221-6194

VetSuccess On Campus at APSU is a comprehensive program offering adjustment counseling, support services, career counseling, peer to peer mentoring and tutoring, employment assistance and guidance on the full range of VA benefits and health services for veterans.

In a collaborative and cooperative effort, APSU and VA work together to develop highly innovative and targeted transitional programs, services and activities for veterans, military and family members with their transition to college life and to maximize their opportunities for success, both educationally and occupationally.

Wireless Network Setup for Students

To access the wireless network (called APSU-Students), you must perform the following:

In order to have access to the APSU student wireless, you must be registered for classes.

  1. On your device, locate the wireless network named APSU-Students.
  2. Input the username and password:
    1. Username: Your OneStop username (such as jdoe1)
    2. Anonymous Identity (if prompted): Your OneStop username (such as jdoe1)
    3. Password: Your OneStop password
  3. When the security certificate pops up, click or tap Trust.

For assistance, please contact the GOVSTECH Help Desk at or call 931-221-4357.

Computer Labs Locations, Availability and Hours of Operation 

Room Department Monday-Friday After 6 p.m. Saturday Sunday Phone
AD 111 Art Open  By swipe*  By swipe*  By swipe*  7333 
CX 226 Education Open  Closed  Closed  Closed  7696 
MMC 236 Music By swipe*  By swipe*  By swipe*  By swipe*  7818 
MMC 327 Communication 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., in-between classes  Closed  Closed  Closed  7378 

NOTE: All Biology labs restricted, and only between classes.

*Labs reserved for students assigned swipe access only. For more information, please contact the department listed.

Updated lab hours can be found at

Room Department Monday-Friday After 6 p.m. Saturday Sunday Phone
KB 213 Business Open Closed Closed Closed 7674
MX 114 Academic Support 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Open Closed Closed 6550
DU 288 HHP Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.-9 p.m.; Friday: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Open Closed Closed 6111
MC 336 Nursing 8 a.m.-4:15 p.m. Closed Closed Closed 7172
MC 210 Geology By swipe* Closed Closed Closed 7454
Library Library Open Open Open Open 7346
MMCS 133 CSCI Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m.; Friday: 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Open Closed Closed 7846
SSC C307 Chemistry 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Open Closed Closed 7628

NOTE: All Biology labs restricted, and only between classes.

*Labs reserved for students assigned swipe access only. For more information, please contact the department listed.

Updated lab hours can be found at