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AP Days attract hundreds of students, parents to campus

Once again this fall, Austin Peay State University offered two optional Saturdays for prospective high school students and their families to attend AP Day.

The crowd of prospective high school students and their families/guests that swarmed campus on Saturday, Nov. 8 surpassed the Oct. 18 AP Day attendance.

The number of prospective students attending the Nov. 8 AP Day was 368 with 506 parents/guests, for a total attendance of 874.

The Oct. 20 AP Day total attendance was 626 274 prospective students and 352 parents/guests.
Once again this fall, Austin Peay State University offered two optional Saturdays for prospective high school students and their families to attend AP Day.

The crowd of prospective high school students and their families/guests that swarmed campus on Saturday, Nov. 8 surpassed the Oct. 18 AP Day attendance.

The number of prospective students attending the Nov. 8 AP Day was 368 with 506 parents/guests, for a total attendance of 874.

The Oct. 20 AP Day total attendance was 626 274 prospective students and 352 parents/guests.

From 4:30-7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 18, APSU will host the College and Career Event for Adults, an event primarily for nontraditional students that is similar to AP Day.

For more information on the event, call the Office of Admissions at (931) 221-7661. -- Melony Shemberger