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Referrals, Resources and Recommendations for At Risk Students

APSU Resources

(1)    Academic Support Center

(931) 221-6550

(2)   Classroom Resources

  • Instructor
  • Classmates:
  • Study Partner
  • Study Group

(3)   Academic Department Resources

  • Department Tutoring:
  • Some Academic Departments offer tutoring within their departments:
  • Ask departmental faculty or check in departmental offices for more information
  • Check departmental bulletin boards
  • Individual tutors:
  • Ask faculty member or check in departmental office
  • Check bulletin boards around campus or place on request on bulletin boards.                                 (Students may have to pay for individual tutors)
  • Check within social or academic organizations
  • Mentor:
  • Ask academic advisor

(4)    APSU 1000

  • Instructor
  • Peer Mentor

(5)   Computer Help Desk  

(931) 221-4357; Basement of Browning Building

  • Any computer Issues 

(6)   Multimedia Lab 

(931) 221-6625

  • D2L questions

(7)   Office of Financial Aid

(931) 221-7907; Ellington 216

  • First place to go to when having financial issues
  • Always refer students; rather than provide answers
  • If considering dropping a course or withdrawing from school, students receiving financial aid must talk with Financial Aid Office:
  1. May have to pay money back
  2. May affect future financial aid

(8)  Dean of Students 

Dr. Gregory Singleton, (931) 221-7005; MUC 206D

  • Student loans (limited funds)
  • Emergency withdrawal from University

(9)  Office of Housing and Residence Life

(931) 221-7444; Miller 121

  • Roommate and situational problems
  • Talk with Housing before withdrawing from course or school – must be full time (12 semester hours) to live in campus housing

(10) P.A.S.S. (Promoting Academic Student Success) Program

  • Instructor
  • P.A.S.S. Ambassador 

(11)   TRIO Program (First Generation College Students)

  • Academic Counseling
  • Individual tutoring

(12)   Office of Career Services

(931) 221-6544; MUC 210

  • Information of college majors
  • Job/Career Information

(13)  Student Counseling Services

(931) 221-6162; Ellington 202

Offers confidential personal counseling sessions and workshops to all APSU students including the following:

  • Adjustment to college concerns
  • Depression or anxiety
  • Relationship issues
  • Family of origin issues
  • Study skills
  • Sexuality
  • Low self-esteem
  • Military life issues
  • Deployment stress
  • Difficulties with significant others

(14) Student Health Services  

(931) 221-7107; Ellington 104

  • Free medical care (May be small fee for certain medical tests)

 (15)  Office of Disability Services

(931) 221-6230; MUC 114

  • Assists students with documented disabilities to receive accommodations that aid in their academic progress

(16)   Cultural Centers

  • African American Cultural Center (931) 221-7986, CL 120
  • Hispanic Cultural Center (931) 221-6645, MUC 213
  • APSU Military Student Center (931) 221-1685, MUC 120
  • Non Traditional Student Center (931) 221-6854, MUC 112