Student Resource Page
College Placement Testing
Students seeking admission to APSU may be required to take a placement test. Students are encouraged to do their very best on this test. The following resources are available to help students prepare for the placement test.
This link takes you to the official Accuplacer website. They provide helpful tips and a free practice test.
The Academic Support Center at APSU, in partnership with the Fort Campbell campus, offers FREE assistance preparing for the enterance examination. Click this link for schedule and location information.
The Academic Support Center at APSU provides reasonably priced one-on-one tutoring to the community. This service is available either on campus or online. Click this link for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Sample 4-year Plan
Click here to access sample 4-year plans for various majors and programs.
General Education Core
Austin Peay State University is committed to offering undergraduate, graduate, and support programs designed to promote critical thinking, communication skills, creativity and leadership. Academic programs at Austin Peay State University in which students can choose to major are indicated below. See what new programs are available starting Fall of 2018-19.
Exploring a Major
We offer a variety of ways to help you figure out what the best major(s) and career are for you. Take one of our many assessments and schedule an appointment with our professional staff to get started!
During a one-on-one advising appointment, our highly trained staff will guide you through a variety of assessments, resources, and discussions to assist you in creating your own unique path. So the next time you hear one of these questions, you’ll be able to confidently provide an answer! Click here to find more information.
Associates in Liberal Arts
The Liberal Arts associate degree program is designed to serve as a complete two-year educational program, as well as to transfer to a bachelor’s degree program. It includes many courses that are required for any four-year program of study and an area of electives that may allow a student to enroll in either major specific courses or courses of a personal interest.
That makes the Liberal Arts program an excellent choice for students who are unsure of their academic career plans. The program also is ideal for students who are attempting to fulfill core requirements for any four-year degree. A student pursuing a bachelor degree may apply for the Liberal Arts degree upon completion of the requirements without interrupting the bachelor program.
Liberal Arts advisers are available by appointment or by email throughout the academic year to answer questions and advise students on the appropriateness of the program for their particular career or educational goal. Once course selections are available for the upcoming term, advisers are available to assist students in choosing classes. Click here for more information.