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Aaron Taylor
Deidra Ware
Phyllis Gobbell
Maurice Godwin
Simone Parker

Frequently Asked Questions


How do I find out what classes are available?

You can search for classes using AP Self Service. (Return to top)

What is the APSU FAFSA school code?

The number is 003478. (Return to top)

What is my AP Self Service username/password?

Please enter your User Identification Number (ID) and your Personal Identification Number (PIN). When finished, select Login. Your personal ID, also referred to as your "A-number" begins with an "A" followed by 8 digits - ex. A******** Your PIN number will initially be your 6 digit birth date (mmddyy). You will immediately be required to change your PIN number. It must be a 6-digit, numeric PIN. (Return to top)

How do I get into my APSU email account?

Visit OneStop. Enter your username and password. If you do not know your username, click "forgot your username/password" and follow the instructions given on the new page. Once you have successfully logged into OneStop, you will click "LiveMail" in the navigation bar at the top of the page. (Return to top)

How do I get in contact with an advisor?

Contact department associated with your degree program to be assigned an advisor. (Return to top)

Can I repeat a class?

Yes; however, students who receive a grade other than an A or a B must complete a Couse Repeat Form from the Office of the Registar and receive permission from the Dean of the College of Graduate Studies by the 14th day of classes. (Return to top)

How do I transfer credits from another university?

Transfer credits are not evaluated and applied until you have completed a program of study. Once the program of study has been received, any applicable transfer work will be evaluated and applied. (Return to top)

Can I turn in a transcript in person if it is sealed and signed?

No, all transcripts must be issued to us directly from the institution. (Return to top)

I have attended APSU as a graduate student before, do I need to reapply and pay the application fee again?

Yes, if you are not continuously enrolled (i.e. you missed either a fall or a spring semester) you must reapply. Reapplications do not incur the $25 application fee. (Return to top)