TSLs serve as a mentor to newly transferred students at APSU. Once admitted, each
transfer student will be assigned a TSL that will help them navigate from admissions
to enrollment. Your TSL will help you through each step of your enrollment process
by checking-in on you periodically. You will finally meet your TSL when you attend
on-ground orientation. Here they will let you know what transfer events are planned
to help you become engaged once classes begin.
Be expecting emails checking in on you as you start your process of becoming a Gov!
Meet your TSLs
Amber is a senior who is majoring in K-5 Education with a minor in K-8 Special Education.
After graduating she plants to obtain a job in an elementary school and eventually
return to school to complete her Master's. After transferring to APSU Amber joined
Sigma Kappa sorority and has held two executive positions since being in the chapter.
She loves reading, being with friends, and hanging out with her cat, Bear.
Antonio recently transferred to APSU as a freshman and is majoring in Music Education
with a concentration in vocals. He plans to teach choir at the high school level.
Within his position as a TSL, Antonio hopes to make sure students feel accepted and
comfortable so they can be their most successful while obtaining their degree. In
his free time, Antonio loves reading, watching movies and spending time with his family
and friends- including his chihuahua, Bella, and identical twin brother, Andreas.
Asher is a sophomore majoring in psychological science here at APSU. They enjoy volunteer
work mainly focusing on working with individuals towards a healthier lifestyle goal
as well as with animals. They are involved with the National Society of Leadership
and Success as well as a past member of student government and peer involvement at
a previous institution. An avid lover of art, horror, crafts, and obscure facts,
you can find them spending their free time with a pencil or book in hand either creating
artwork and doodles or learning more about their interests.
Hailey is a junior majoring in Medical Laboratory Science and minoring in Pre-Professional
Health. Her favorite subjects are Human Anatomy & Physiology and Neuroscience. Her
career goal is to attend medical school to become a Neuropathologist. She and her
husband moved to TN from Wisconsin due to him being active duty in the Army. They
have six animals- two dogs and four cats. Hailey enjoys traveling, physical activities
like yoga and spin class, completing puzzles, and reading.