Dining on Campus
AP Dining provides several retail locations and all-you-can-eat residential dining options making dining on campus convenient. Multiple meal-plan options are available for resident and commuter students. From the Caf with buffet-style options to choices in the University Center Food Court to Starbucks in the library, there is a location to meet students’ needs. Freshmen living on campus are required to purchase a 10 meal plan or higher and choose the plan through the Housing website. Commuter students may visit www.dineoncampus.com/apsu to purchase a meal plan. Meal plans are sold by the semester and expire at the end of the semester.
Visit the website for meal plan details, menus, hours, nutrition information, special events and more.
- The Terrace: Martha Dickerson Eriksson Hall, made-to-order favorites like pizza, burgers and more.
- Einstein Bros. Bagels: Morgan University Center, fresh coffee and sandwiches all day.
- Elements Café: Sundquist Science Complex, sandwiches, coffee, drinks and more.
- The Peay Pod, The Knight Stand & The Hand Stand: grab-and-go options.
- The Caf: Morgan University Center, all-you-can-eat buffet-style dining.
- Food Court: Morgan University Center, various retail options with plenty of seating.
- Starbucks: Woodward Library, Study while drinking coffee.
- Subway: Catherine Evans Harvill Building, a full-service Subway beside the bookstore.
Govs ID Card
The Govs Card is the official ID card of the University. Students must carry their Govs ID card with them at all times while on campus. The Govs ID card ensures identification as a student with campus access. Students should never allow anyone else to use their Govs ID card.
With the Govs Card, students have access to the following:
- Meal Plan: Student’s meal plans will be accessed through their ID cards.
- Govs Bucks: Funds can be placed on the ID card using a declining balance system. Govs Bucks can be used to purchase items at any on-campus food location, the Peay Pod (convenience store), copiers, printers and vending machines.
- Access to Library and Residence Halls: All students must have their ID cards to enter the Woodward Library after 9 p.m. Students who live in campus housing must have their ID cards to enter their residence hall buildings and access the laundry facilities.
- Admission to Events: Students gain access to regular season athletic games, concerts, campus events and shows. They may have the opportunity to get free T-shirts or free food with their Govs ID card.
- Off-Campus Banking: The University has partnered with US Bank to allow students to use their Govs Cards
as debit cards off campus. See www.apsu.edu/govscard/usbankpartnership for details.
Austin Peay Barnes & Noble Bookstore
The APSU Barnes & Noble Bookstore provides course materials students require and many other items to support students’ academic career, including study guides, notebooks, backpacks, electronics, spirit items, apparel and much more. The bookstore is also the source for textbooks: rent or buy new, used or digital. Price match our new, used and rental texts through Amazon, bn.com and local competitors.
Contact the bookstore located in the Catherine Evans Harvill Building for the Clarksville
Campus or SSG Glenn H. English Jr. Army Education Center at the Fort Campbell Center
for price match terms. Textbook rentals can save a student up to 80%. Students can
use their financial aid credit weeks prior to the start of classes on everything in
the store. Connect with the bookstore through the My College Bookstore App or visit
Computer and Network Support
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides the access for computer resources to the APSU community. Student resources, such as the GOVSTECH Help Desk, computer labs, usage regulation and multimedia classrooms, are all provided by the OIT. GOVSTECH Help Desk is the first point of contact for computing, email, networking, hardware/software, PC, Apple and printer problems at the University. University personnel will NEVER ask for your student’s personal information or login information. Please remind your student to never provide that information to anyone.
APSU has an agreement with Microsoft to provide Office to enrolled students for free, on their personal computers. This helps ensure students always have the latest version of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and more, at no additional cost, for as long they’re a student here. Students may visit www.Office.com/GetOffice365 and follow the on-screen instructions to get their complimentary Office software.
The largest computer lab is in the Woodward Library where more than 100 Dell computers
and printers are available for student use. Information about other computer labs
can be found at www.apsu.edu/csci. Access to the University’s technology resources is a privilege granted to students.
Users are expected to use these resources responsibly.
Campus Post Office
Students living in campus housing will have a pre-paid post office box for package and mail delivery. Students who do not live on campus can rent a campus post office box for $9 per semester. Student post office box information and mailing address information is in the student’s One Stop. Emails are sent to APSU email address regarding package pickup; call the office at (931) 221-6161 or visit the APSU website to sign up for text alerts.
The Post Office operates as a full contract postal unit station with the U.S. Postal
Service. Students may purchase forever stamps, mail letters and packages, issue postal
money orders; and accepts pre-paid FedEx, UPS Ground and packages for pickup and shipping.
Printing Services serves the printing, duplicating, copying, binding and laminating needs of the campus and the local community. Students can print a wide range of products — simple flyers, oversized prints, artwork, booklets, postcards and posters using state-of-the-art digital printers at reasonable pricing. Students may fax local or toll-free numbers at no cost. Printing Services is in the Library, Room 124, on the lower level or use rear entrance facing Archwood parking lot.
Coca-Cola and Snack Vending Machines
APSU holds an exclusive agreement with Coca-Cola Bottling Works of Tullahoma, Inc. and the TBE/Blind services snack machines. Coke vending machines accept cash/bankcard/Apple pay/APSU Gov Bucks (not APSU plus dollars). Snack vending machines accept cash, with most also accepting bankcard payments. For refunds or stocking issues, contact (931) 221-6164 or visit the Campus Post Office.
The Little Govs Child Learning Center
The Child Learning Center provides full-time and part-time child care services for children ages 2 to 5 years of APSU students, staff and faculty as well as children in the community. The center’s primary objective is to promote the continuous well-being of the children in order to meet their social, emotional and cognitive needs. The center is licensed by the Tennessee Department of Human Services with a 3-Star Quality Rating and a Gold Sneaker Facility. Visit www.apsu.edu/clc for more information or call (931) 221-6234.
Division of Student Affairs
Student Affairs provides opportunities for students to build alliances between the classroom and campus life and experience the excitement and responsibility that comes from being an active member of a community of higher learning. The vice president’s office serves as an advocate for students and supports student learning and engagement.
The vice president is responsible for the division of Student Affairs, including the Adult, Nontraditional & Transfer Student Center, Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center, Associate Vice President and Dean of Students, Career Services, Center for Service-Learning & Community Engagement, Fraternity & Sorority Affairs, Hispanic Cultural Center, Housing/Residence Life & Dining Services, Little Govs Child Learning Center, Military Student Center, Office of Disability Services, Student Conduct and Case Management, Student Life & Engagement, Student Affairs Programs and Assessment, Student Counseling & Health Services, Student Publications and University Recreation. Students are always welcome in Student Affairs, and are encouraged to visit or call for assistance.
The departments in Student Affairs provide a variety of educational, social and engaging programs for students throughout the year. Student Affairs is also the home of the APSU Parent & Family Association. Call Student Affairs if you need assistance at (931) 221-7341 or visit Morgan University Center, Room 206. Stay connected with us on Facebook @APSUStudentAffairs.