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APSU approves new out-of-state waivers for active duty military

To help active duty military personnel stationed outside of Tennessee earn college credit, Austin Peay State University will waive its out-of-state tuition.

APSU President Sherry Hoppe recently approved two new out-of-state fee waiver programs, one for graduate study and the other for GoArmyEd undergraduate courses. The new programs went into effect July 1.

Both programs allow active duty military personnel stationed outside Tennessee to enroll in courses, regardless of whether the class is on campus or online, and not pay out-of-state tuition.
To help active duty military personnel stationed outside of Tennessee earn college credit, Austin Peay State University will waive its out-of-state tuition.

APSU President Sherry Hoppe recently approved two new out-of-state fee waiver programs, one for graduate study and the other for GoArmyEd undergraduate courses. The new programs went into effect July 1.

Both programs allow active duty military personnel stationed outside Tennessee to enroll in courses, regardless of whether the class is on campus or online, and not pay out-of-state tuition.

The out-of-state fee waiver is not available to spouses or dependents of active duty military personnel.

For more information, visit APSU's Web site at http://www.apsu.edu/BUSINESSOFFICE/ACCTREC/fees_discounts.htm or contact the Office of Admissions by telephone at (931) 221-7661. — Melony Leazer