The MSC will be open at 7:30 am every day this week (Feb. 27 to Mar. 3). We will have coffee and snacks for you to enjoy while you wait for class to start. We will continue to close at 6 pm Monday through Thursday and 4:30 pm on Friday. Hope to see you bright and early this week!
The MSC will host Ms. Shirley Conner; she is a Counselor with the E.O.C. and will be presenting information about different types of scholarships for military affiliated and nontraditional students. Make sure to take advantage of this opportunity! Light refreshments will be provided. No need to register. If you attend you will be eligible for door prizes.
Stop by the WNDAACC or Harned Hall 118 to pre-order t-shirts honoring African American writers. The cost is $20. T-shirts are available for pre-order until March 1st. The featured authors were contributed by Dr. Dwonna Goldstone. All proceeds will go to the WNDAACC and Sigma Tau Delta, International English Honors Society.
The Office of Career Services will be hosting an information table today Wednesday, March 1, in Eriksson, to help students explore a variety of services, resources and upcoming events. Please visit out tables for more information. Look for our announcements in TheGovSays.
The APSU Chamber Singers begin their tour with Saturday concert in Clarksville. The free concert begins at 7pm at Madison Street Methodist Church downtown Clarksville. Other concerts include Dickson, McMinnville, Atlanta (GA), Roswell (GA), Morristown, and Crossville. Let's Go Peay!
Students and faculty of all faiths are invited to an evening of fellowship every Thursday at 6:30 pm at the Newman House, 715 Franklin St., just a couple of blocks from campus opposite Immaculate Conception Church. Questions about Catholicism? We can help. Pizza is provided. Contacts: Chloe Overkamp, president: email@example.com, or Dr Tim Winters: firstname.lastname@example.org, 221-7118.
Looking for that perfect extra credit event? Join Dr. Harold Young on the Wisdom Walk today at 12:30. We will walk for 1/2 hour (or sit inside if raining) and talk about "Sex, Guns, and Bans: Policy Making by the Supreme Court?"
On Sat. March 25 join us for an exciting day of leadership development with keynote speaker Jason LeVasseur and presentations by APSU Students! Breakfast snacks and lunch included, free leadership items for all attendees, childcare provided by ANTS center, and a closing concert! This FREE event is open to all APSU students, faculty & staff. Registration required - See the link below to sign up.
The 17th annual Wellness Expo is March 1, from 12:30 -3 pm at the Foy! Drop by to learn about all kinds of wellness options, get free samples from Smoothie King, chair massages and more! Visit at least 10 vendors to receive a free t-shirt while supplies last.
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