Did You Know?
Facts about APSU you might not know
- Career Services has local area job listings available and offers resume assistance.
- All athletic team schedules can be obtained at www.letsgopeay.com.
- APSU has more than 150 organizations for students.
- MudBowl is a campus tradition featuring teams of students playing volleyball in the mud.
- Dr. Alisa White was inaugurated as the 10th president of APSU in March 2015.
- APSU is famous for its cheer “Let’s Go Peay!” which became famous in the ’70s.
- The All State is the weekly student newspaper at APSU and has been recognized several times as one
of the best student newspapers in the South. Stay up to date by following The All State on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
- Many local businesses offer discounts to students with a valid Govs I.D. card.
- APSU was named for the former governor of Tennessee, Austin Peay, who signed a law establishing Austin Peay Normal School in 1927.
- Students can attend all regular season APSU athletic events free with a valid Govs I.D.
- You can get free tutoring in the Academic Support Center, located in Marks, room 124.
- In case of an on-campus emergency, dial 911 for Campus Police from any on-campus phones or on your phone.
- You must register your vehicle with Campus Police and acquire your parking decal.
- There are numerous APSU Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages.
- You can go to Student Affairs (MUC 206) or call 931-221-7341 if you need assistance or directions.
- You can help others by volunteering for service projects. Go to the Center for Service-Learning & Community Engagement on 322 Home Avenue,
or call 931-221-6590.
- APSU has a Military Student Center for veterans, and military-related students, located on the bottom floor of the Morgan
- Starbucks is in the Woodward Library.
- 90 percent of our full-time faculty hold the doctorate or other terminal degree in their field.
- APSU’s Phi Alpha Theta History Club has been named the best chapter in the nation multiple times.
- APSU offers study abroad opportunities in more than 40 countries.
- Parking on campus is color-coded. Parking decals match lots for available parking.
- Firearms are illegal on campus for students, even replicas.
- It is a violation of the code of conduct to use another student’s Govs I.D. or A-Number.
- Any form of alcohol on campus or in campus housing is prohibited.
- The Woodward Library has extended hours, open until 2 a.m. several days and open on the weekends, and
houses the main computer lab with more than 100 computers available for student use.