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APSU.edu gets a facelift

In an effort to improve the overall look and ease of navigation on Austin Peays Web site, staff in the Office of Public Relations and Marketing has made some changes to the home page (http://www.apsu.edu).

Larger, bolder photos highlighting various areas of campus life dominate the new page. In addition, campus links have been consolidated into broader categories. For a cleaner look, all previous links included on the former home page have been placed in the Quick Links drop-down menu.
In an effort to improve the overall look and ease of navigation on Austin Peay's Web site, staff in the Office of Public Relations and Marketing has made some changes to the home page (http://www.apsu.edu).

Larger, bolder photos highlighting various areas of campus life dominate the new page. In addition, campus links have been consolidated into broader categories. For a “cleaner” look, all previous links included on the former home page have been placed in the “Quick Links” drop-down menu.

“It's an opportunity to bring about a renewed interest in the APSU Web site without overhauling the entire site,” says Steve Wilson, Web designer. “We want to continue promoting the Web as a marketing tool for the University, as well as a portal for current students, faculty and staff.”

This change affects only the APSU home page. No secondary pages on the site have been altered.

For questions or comments, contact Steve Wilson, Web designer, at 1294 or Bill Persinger, director of graphic design, at 6309.