Greek Weekend 2014 will be from April 25 to April 27. This year we will be promoting Greek unity through school spirit and community service. This years theme is "A Governor's Past Time" as we look to reinvest in the school spirit of Austin Peay! Please join us on this weekend to celebrate our school and our Greek community.
Check out the packet and schedule at apsugreeks.com!
Please join us for the initiation of new members into the intentional honor society in Education. The ceremony will be held in rooms 303-305 of the Morgan University center at 5p.m. on April 24. Refreshments will be served.
GEOSCIENCES LUNCHEON AND RECEPTION FOR GRADUATING SENIORS Alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends of the geosciences are invited to attend the annual Spring luncheon and reception for graduating seniors (from Fall 2013 and Spring 2014) Friday, April 25, 2014, 11:30-1:00 pm in McCord Building, Room 104.
Cracking the ACT covers practice exams, guided study, techniques to overcome anxiety, logic development, test taking strategies, study skills, process of elimination, identifying distractors, & estimating potential answers. Course meets Sats, May 10-31, 9-1130am. Cost is $136. Register online at the link below or contact us for more information.
Free lunch today from Adult & Nontraditional Student Center (open to all students) while you learn about the AP Kitties! Who are they? Where did they come from? Who takes care of them? All of this and more while enjoying lunch. Food guaranteed for those who register, and then on a first come first serve basis.
All are invited to the Service Learning Finale on Wednesday, April 30 at the African American Cultural Center to see the service learning projects that occurred this semester! Drop by between 5 - 8 pm for Service Learning and Appetizers! Schedule of presentations on link below!
The Agriculture Department is offering home-raised and fed Angus steers for sale to the public. We are offering whole steers or sides of beef for sale. Steers should be ready for harvest by mid-June, just in time for summer grilling season. For more information, contact the Agriculture Department at 221-7272.
Interested in FREE academic counseling, individualized tutoring, technology support, cultural events, graduate school information and career and professional development? Apply for TRiO Student Support Services! To be eligible you must be a first-generation college student, low-income (based on Federal guidelines) or be registered with Disability Services. Please contact us for more information.
The HCC will be hosting 100 high school students from area high schools this Thursday. Buses will be dropping off high school students in front of the MUC on Browning Drive between 8:45am-9:30am and departing from the same location at 2pm.