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2021-22 Student Handbook & Calendar

Reference/How-To Guide

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The Reference/How-To Guide section includes the following:

Confirm and Pay for Classes

REMEMBER: You MUST do this every semester to keep your schedule.

  1. Log in to your personal OneStop account at onestop.apsu.edu.
  2. Click on the Web Self Service tab on the main OneStop screen.
  3. Click on the Student link under the Web Self Service main menu.
  4. Click on the Student Account link.
  5. Select the “Confirm & Pay or Enroll in a Payment Plan” option.
  6. Select the academic term you would like to confirm. Click Submit. Carefully read and follow on-screen prompts to complete confirmation.
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Check Your Grades Online

Use OneStop to check both midterm and final grades for your courses.

  1. Log in to your personal OneStop account at onestop.apsu.edu.
  2. Click on the Web Self Service tab on the main OneStop screen.
  3. Click on the Student link under the Web Self Service main menu.
  4. Click on the Student Records link.
  5. Select either Final Grades or Midterm Grades option.
  6. Then select the term.

Not all midterm grades will be posted. If you have questions or are concerned about your grades, consult with your instructor. Free tutoring options on campus are available. For information regarding tutoring and academic support, contact the Learning Resource Center at 931-221-6550, or send an email to learningctr@apsu.edu.

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Log in to Desire2Learn (D2L)

Access online courses and online tutoring information. Online courses will be visible on the first day of classes as listed in the academic calendar.

You can log in to D2L in two different ways.

  1. Through your personal AP OneStop page at onestop.apsu.edu.
  2. On your OneStop homepage, click the button labeled “D2L.”
  3. That’s it. Your personal D2L page will appear with your classes in the center pane of the screen and you will be able to navigate your online classes easily.

Or ...

  1. Directly through the D2L homepage, elearn.apsu.edu, using your AP OneStop login information.
  2. That’s it. Your personal D2L page will appear with your classes in the center pane of the screen and you will be able to navigate your online classes easily.

Still having problems? For issues logging in or any trouble using D2L, please contact Distance Education Support at 931-221-6625 or online@apsu.edu. Training videos are available online at  www.apsu.edu/online.

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Setup and Check Student Email

Check your APSU student email daily.

  1. Log into your personal OneStop account at onestop.apsu.edu.
  2. Click on the “Email” tab on the main OneStop screen.

NOTE: The first time you select the “Email” icon in OneStop, you will be directed to the initial account setup page for your student email account. You will be asked for your password and you will re-enter your OneStop password. After completing all the necessary information, don’t forget to press the “Submit” button. If you need further assistance, please visit the “Help” tab in OneStop or contact the GOVSTECH Help Desk at 931-221-4357 or email GOVSTECH@apsu.edu.

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Setup Wi-Fi

Stay connected almost anywhere on campus.

In order to have access to the APSU wireless, you must be registered for classes. To access the wireless network (called APSU), you must perform the following:

  1. On your device, locate the wireless network named APSU.
  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.
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Get Involved Using PeayLink

Gain experience and connect with student organizations and events.

  1. Go to peaylink.com to find the homepage of PeayLink, the hub of APSU’s involvement and student organizations.
  2. Use the navigation bar at the top to find the list of organizations or upcoming events to attend.
  3. Using the “Organizations” tab, you can look through the list of organizations alphabetically or search by name.
  4. You can also filter organizations by type (social fraternities and sororities, honor societies, professional organizations, etc.) using the “Categories” tab on the left.

Get Involved

APSU has more than 130 active student organizations for students to join, ranging from professional organizations to social fraternities and sororities and honor societies. Participating in student organizations can improve your performance in the classroom and add valuable skills to any resumé.

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Access the Woodward Library Online

Search, navigate a wide array of academic resources while on campus.

  1. Go to library.apsu.edu to find the homepage of the Felix Woodward Library.
  2. Use the search bar and menu tabs above the bar to locate resources you are looking for directly from the homepage.
  3. Use the tabs in the navigation bar to navigate databases of articles and published research, as well as other services and information the library offers.
  4. To find scholarly articles and books, go to “Databases” under the “Search & Find” tab.
  5. On the next page, use “All Subjects” to browse resources by subject area.

Can’t find what you need? ASK A LIBRARIAN DIGITALLY!

If you can’t find what you need, consult with a librarian via phone, email, chat or text message using the "Ask a Librarian" link button at the top right corner of the library homepage.

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Access the Woodward Library Off Campus

Access and use the Library from anywhere, anytime.

  1. Go to library.apsu.edu to find the homepage of the Felix Woodward Library.
  2. When accessing the library from an off-campus location, you will be prompted to log in. Your username information is your last name and your password is your “A” number.
  3. Once logged in, you will be able to access and navigate the library’s digital archives, databases and reserve print materials as if you were on campus.
  4. The Woodward Library also offers  “Digital Collections” under the “Collections” tab. There, you will find archived digital versions of APSU Yearbooks, Dorothy Dix Collection, The All State student newspaper and more.
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Campus Safety and Security Information

APSU has a full-service police department and security protocols.

APSU is committed to providing a safe and secure campus environment for everyone.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Quick answers to some of the most asked questions.

Many places around Clarksville give discounts with a valid Govs ID, so always ask.

For a complete list of dining locations and hours of operation, please visit www.dineoncampus.com/apsu and click on "Menus and Hours".

The number of earned credit-hours determines your classification.

  • Freshman: 0-29 credit hours
  • Sophomore: 30-59 credit hours
  • Junior: 60-89 credit hours
  • Senior: 90 & above credit hours

For more information on academic policies visit www.apsu.edu/policy.

GPA is calculated by Quality Points ÷ Quality Hours = GPA. Example: 123 quality points ÷ 48 quality hours = 2.563 GPA
At the end of each specific semester/term, a list of honor students, known as the Dean’s List, is published. To qualify for this distinction, the student must earn at least 12 credit hours with a minimum semester/term GPA of 3.50 in an individual term OR any combination of consecutive Spring terms OR any combination of consecutive Fall terms. Courses taken on the Pass/Fail grading system will not be included in hours earned for purposes of the Dean's List.

This Bulletin, also called the catalog, is where undergraduates can find the most updated information regarding Austin Peay academic requirements for degrees, graduation, and other academic information. There is a Graduate Bulletin for grad students too! Visit this link for the bulletins.

Degree Works is an online tool tied to your student records designed to ensure you choose the right classes for your major. It’s important to graduate on time. Not completing in four years will cost more in tuition, fees, living expenses, etc. Go to www.apsu.edu/degree-works/ for specific information.

Due to federal financial aid requirements, you could lose financial aid benefits such as scholarships, grants, VA and other financial benefits if you take courses that are not in your major.

If you take a class that is not part of your major, or Course Program of Study (CPoS: the federal term for the program) then you will see a reduction in aid benefits. To find out more, visit www.apsu.edu/cpos. Log in to AP OneStop, click on the “Degree Works” tile. You should also discuss with your adviser.

You can always call Student Affairs. Come by our office in the University Center, Room 206, email halliburtonl@apsu.edu or call us at 931-221-7341. 
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