Every day we continue to increase our culture of excellence.
Through record fall enrollment, a new doctoral degree and multiple Fulbright awards, Austin Peay sets the standard of excellence in Tennessee and across the southeast. With degree concentrations ranging from aviation science to nuclear medicine and everything in between, we have the educational offering that is the right fit for you.
With your degree in hand, we will help you make a positive change in the world, like Sarah did fighting human trafficking in Nepal, René did teaching music classes to homeschoolers and Sierra did working at the Tennessee state legislature.
Are you ready to Lead at Austin Peay? We're ready to show you how.
Our classes are set up to fit into your life. At our Clarksville, Highland Crest and Fort Campbell campuses, we offer a comprehensive list of courses that work for your daily schedule. Is your routine particularly hectic? Our online offerings make it even easier to invest in yourself and earn an degree. Whatever education your life demands, we can help make happen.
Expand your skillset and enhance your career opportunities through the academic programs
and convenient class schedules at the Austin Peay Center at Fort Campbell. Whether
you’re an active duty military service member, veteran or civilian, you can earn your
associate, bachelor’s or master’s degree through 7 1/2-week courses that allow you
to meet your objective faster than traditional 16-week semesters.
At the Highland Crest Campus, Austin Peay partners with Vol State Community College,
in an effort to bring educational opportunities to students in a convenient and economical
way. We offer upper division classes in several degree programs so students can finish
a bachelor's degree without having to commute to the main campus.
Austin Peay State University’s online courses offer an interactive approach to education
combined with a user-friendly online platform. Even if you've never taken an online
class before, you will find our online format easy to learn, navigate, and manage!
Online students access D2L and engage with instructors and classmates online in an
interactive format. It is important to know that online courses are not self-paced;
courses begin and end on specific dates and class work has assigned deadlines. Advising,
library services, student support, and other forms of student assistance are available
to online students.