Soldiers receiving Tuition Assistance (TA) are required to register for classes through the GoArmyEd (GAE) portal. The soldier must first meet with their army education counselor and complete the Statement of Understanding, obtaining all appropriate signatures, and then complete the common application through the GoArmyEd portal. Please visit local education center to speak with your army education counselor.
APSU is notified of all soldiers who have registered for classes and who are in need of a SOCAD. APSU will automatically process the SOCAD and no notification is necessary by the soldier. SOCADS cannot be processed until all transcripts have been received. Soldiers cannot be non-degree seeking (undeclared, special, transient, etc.) and obtain a SOCAD agreement. APSU must also be listed as the home school.
Soldiers who have registered for classes will receive a warning stating they must complete their SOCAD agreement. This does not prevent registration and there is no need to contact anyone at this point. APSU will be notified that you are required to have a SOCAD Agreement and it will automatically be completed.
In the event you have a SOCAD hold, please contact the Office of the Registrar at (931)221-7123 or e-mail Ryan Millard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classes must be dropped or added through the GAE Portal. Those wishing to drop for military reasons must indicate so through the GAE Portal.
You will be notified via your APSU student e-mail. Please be sure to check frequently for important enrollment, class and other APSU information. You will also be notified via your AKO account once the course is rejected due to the cancellation.
Please refer to your admissions letter to obtain information related to your APSU student e-mail account.
Grades will be available in the GAE Portal two weeks after the end of the term. If you receive a grade of NR, please contact your instructor.
If you have and question about a bill or charge you have received on your APSU account, contact the Business Office at (931) 221-7671.
You may view what book(s) are needed on the APSU Bookstore Web site.