Important items to note:
- When late registration begins (the first day of classes; a late fee of $50 is assessed)
- The last dates to withdraw from classes and how it will affect your bill and transcript.
- Please note, if you drop without without record you cannot receive TN Dual Enrollment Grant funding and may owe for a percentage of the course out of pocket. Contact our office if you have questions!
- Please see important dates for APSU 1000 here.
We do our best to offer a face-to-face orientation on campus each semester, but if you are unable to attend, please view our online orientation information above.
This introduction will provide you with the necessary information to get you started with online courses and connect you to the departments that will support you throughout your experience.
We offer the following services to APSU students and the community.
- Disability Services: If you have a 504 or IEP and would like to receive those services in your dual enrollment classes here at APSU, please contact the Office of Disability Services for an intake appointment. The Office of Disability Services is responsible for ensuring that your instructors receive the information necessary to support you and that you receive all services as outlined in your plan.
- Peer Tutoring: We provide FREE group support for undergraduate courses for APSU students. Tutoring is available for most core courses and some upper-division courses. To schedule sessions with a peer tutor, please stop by MX 124 or call (931) 221-6550.
- Community Tutoring: We provide tutoring to the community for a reasonable fee. To schedule sessions with a community tutor, please click on the link provided to learn more about the tutors available, then click on their names to find times that meet your needs.
- Writing Center: Provides FREE individual assistance with any paper, for any class, in any writing style, for APSU students. To schedule sessions with a writing tutor, please stop by the Writing Center (in the Library) or call (931) 221-6550.
- Workshops: GMAT Prep., GRE Prep., TEAS Prep., PRAXIS Core Prep., and more are available to the entire community. (To register for workshops, please click on the link.)
- Structured Learning Assistance: Originally designed to allow students to earn core college credit while removing academic deficiencies, SLA is now available for additional college courses to help students excel.
Here, you will find all of your library resources.
In order to be successful at APSU, we want to ensure you receive all the technical support you may need. In this section, you will find student technical support that is specific to D2L. You are able to learn about accessing your courses in D2L, as well as preview many D2L videos that will assist you in your courses.
You can request a copy of your APSU transcript through OneStop > Web Self Service > Student > Student Records > Request Official Transcript. There are two options: a secure electronic transcript or a printed transcript.
Students may request copies of transcripts from the Office of the Registrar at any time permitting there are no holds on the account. There is no charge for transcripts unless you request a secure, electronic PDF transcript. A convenience fee of $2.85 is charged by the vendor, Parchment, to have transcripts sent electronically. Transcript requests will be processed in the order received. Please allow 5-7 business days to process transcripts submitted through AP OneStop. A reminder that processing may take longer for students who have asked that their transcripts be held pending posting of grades or degree.