The Office of Admissions will be hosting its Spring AP Day recruitment event on February 4th. The departmental fair is a great time to share information with prospective students about your department or organization. A monetary prize for the best display will be awarded.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to hear Rajiv Surendra, better known as Kevin G from Mean Girls, as he will be on campus Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 5pm in the UC Ballroom to talk about his life motto “Don’t let the haters stop you from doing your thang”
U. S. Postal Service (USPS) increased prices on Jan. 22, 2017. The price of a stamp increased to $0.49 and a book of stamps $9.80. All other services 1st class package, Priority, Express, Library, Media and special service prices also increased. International mail prices will not increase.
London is an international center of culture, both high and low. We will study films from the high auteur class (Hitchcock, Chaplin, Kubrick) to the popular franchises of James Bond, Harry Potter and JRR Tolkien. Visit iconic sites such as Westminster Abbey and Parliament. Day trips to Cambridge, Stonehenge, Harry Potter Studios & many more. Weekend in Paris! Register by 2/10/17 for discount!
CMA EDU is a student organization that works with CMA in Nashville to help promote country music. We have lots of different opportunities available for students. We have exciting opportunities this semester and would love for you to be involved. For more information please follow us on social media or feel free to contact us through email.
The WNDAACC will be offering laptops, netbooks and TI-83 graphing calculators. This resource is free to APSU Students. It is served on a first-come, first-serve basis and supplies are limited. Please come prepared with your APSU Student ID and a copy of your current class schedule. The first day to checkout will be on Monday, January 23, 2016.
Admissions counselor, Whitney Dachelet, from Samford University Cumberland School of Law will be on campus Tuesday, January 31 from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm to give a presentation on "How to Write an Effective Personal Statement" in the MUC 303 & 305. Lunch will be provided for free (Pizza & Drinks). Join us to find out other information on applying to law school & ask questions. Open to everyone.
It’s that time again, Vagina Warriors! To audition, prepare one or two monologues from the play. Scripts are available in the Women’s and Gender Studies office (HH 144). If you have any questions, feel free to contact our directors, Cas (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Rachele (email@example.com), or the program director, Dr. Jill Eichhorn.
Our Men’s Basketball team is starting off our first Take Me Out to the Ballgame of this semester, they take on Southeast Missouri Red Hawks. Join us for a free pre-game dinner that will begin at 5 pm. Dinner is open to all students and their guest who have pre-registered. Deadline to register is January 26th. For more information please visit the website below.
Sat, 01/28/2017 - 5:00pm - 8:00pm
Military Student Center and Adult and Nontraditional Student Center
Announcing the GovsLEAD Spring Leadership Series! There are 14 exciting events planned including collaborative workshops, webinars and the John S. Ziegler Leadership Conference. The first presentation is Tuesday Jan. 24 and focuses on Goal Setting Strategies. All GovsLEAD programs are open to any APSU student, faculty or staff interested. Please see the full schedule on our site.
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