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NewGovs: Welcome
to Austin Peay!

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You're almost here!

Here are the final steps for you to complete before arriving on campus.

You're almost here!

Here are the final steps for you to complete before arriving on campus.

You're almost here!

Here are the final steps for you to complete before arriving on campus.

Welcome to Austin Peay, New Govs!

We hope you are as excited as we are that you chose to #BeAGov and pursue your degree at Tennessee's fastest-growing university. As you look forward to joining us on campus, keep an eye out for important notes from us to help ease your transition. From financial aid to housing to registering for your first college classes -- here is where you can find out what's next: 

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B.O.L.O. for R.O.W.

Be on the lookout for your invitation to Govs R.O.W. – Registration, Orientation and Welcome.

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Home Sweet New HomeClaim or confirm your sweet new digs in our residence halls.
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Secure the BagCheck your financial aid status, and make note of important dates.

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Enrollment management staff members hold record enrollment numbers

APSU tops 11,000 students for first time in University history

Austin Peay's 11,048 students represent another record enrollment year

“This is the first time in our history that we have exceeded 11,000 students,” Dr. Alisa White, APSU president, said. “It’s a good time to be a Governor.”

The University reached the 11,000-student milestone thanks to impressive gains in several key populations. This fall, Austin Peay experienced a 9.7 percent increase in out-of-state students, a 30 percent increase in dual-enrollment students, a 17.5 percent increase in undergraduate international students, a 45 percent increase in graduate international students and a 6.7 percent increase in Fort Campbell Center students.