For active-duty military, reassignment and deployment are facts of life. That's why we offer numerous courses – and entire programs – online. It's also the reason we offer out-of-state fee waivers to active-duty soldiers.
If you're stationed at Fort Campbell or retired in the Clarksville area, you also will be able to take advantage of the many programs offered at our Austin Peay Center @ Fort Campbell and on our main campus, which is located just a few miles from post.
Official college transcripts, high school transcripts or official GED scores - Request official academic transcript(s) be sent to Austin Peay directly from any high school and/or college(s) attended or GED testing center. Hand-delivered transcripts are not acceptable. You may print our Transcript Request Form and send it to your previous institutions.
The following required documents are to be sent directly from the issuing agency, except for DD Form 214.
Soldiers whose Basic Active Services Dates (BASD) fall on or after 1 October 1981
There are still some cases where DD295, APPLICATION FOR THE EVALUATION OF LEARNING EXPERIENCES DURING MILITARY SERVICE, is required. Officers are encouraged to use the DD295 to document completed officer and/or advance training. The AARTS system does not include Officer training or completed training that has not been recorded in the Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS). The DD295 is the only official Government document used with or as a replacement for documenting military training. Soldiers should submit an official copy of their ARRTS transcript (if available) along with a certified DD295 for the training not indicated on their transcript to their respective school.
Officers, Warrant Officers or Enlisted soldiers whose Basic Service Date is prior to October 1981
Enlisted soldiers & veterans on active rolls as of January 1993 whose Basic Pay Entry Dates (BPED) fall on or after 1 October 1981
Active Duty Sailors, enlisted and officers
Active Duty Marines, enlisted and officers
Serving in Reserves
Joint Services Transcripts (JST) (also referred to as SMART transcript)
Find out whether you’re required to take the COMPASS. The COMPASS is designed to help you succeed in college studies. It provides you and your academic advisor with important information about your individual skills, your preparation for the program or degree you wish to pursue and about your special educational needs. Test scores will assist your advisor in placing you in courses most suited to your preparation and needs. In short, the COMPASS is the first step toward achieving your academic goals.
All new and readmitting full time students entering Austin Peay must provide proof of two immunizations of the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccinations, via a Certificate of Immunization prior to registration. Students who have graduated from a Tennessee high school after 1998 or were born before Jan. 1, 1957 are not required to provide proof of immunizations.
All new, full time students must provide proof of 2 doses of varicella (chickenpox) vaccinations, or documented proof of having the disease by healthcare provider, or laboratory evidence of immunity to the disease, via a Certificate of Immunization prior to registration. Exemptions include students born before 1/1/1980 and on line only students, medical contraindication verified by a healthcare provider and religious exemption requiring a signed statement by the student that the vaccine conflicts with his or her religious tenets or practices.
For more information on immunization requirements, please visit http://www.apsu.edu/healthservices/MMR.
If you have any questions about Tuition Assistance, please contact your military unit. For any questions about making payments, please contact the APSU Business Office at email@example.com or (931) 221-7671.