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Austin Peay Parent/Family Association (APPA)

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The Austin Peay Parent (Family) Association (APPA) is an organization of parents and family members of Austin Peay students established to assist students and families during the first year at APSU, and to provide ongoing support during their college experience at Austin Peay.  The APPA has over 1550 members and is coordinated in the office of Student Affairs.

To join the APSU parent/family association, please complete the online APPA Membership Form and submit.  Most communication is accomplished by e-mail.  There is no cost to join!


Oct. 9, 2014             The Peay Read 2014

                               Keynote Speaker "Luma Mufleh" 7 p.m.


Oct. 13-14                Fall Break-no classes             

Oct. 17                     Dance Marathon  8 p.m.-2 a.m., Red Barn

 Nov. 3-8                   APSU Homecoming


  Nov. 11                   Veterans Day-No classes      

Please click here to view important Bursar (Business Office) dates-
after arriving at the Bursar's site, you will need to click on the correct

Confirmation of Classes:  Student's must confirm classes every semester by the published deadline.  If confirmation is incomplete, the student will lose their classes, and may not be able to reregister for the same classes as sections will likely be full. Please click here for instructions on confirming classes.

The APPA will strive to:

  • Enable families to more actively participate in the college life of their student
  • Interact with and support the family members of other new and returning students
  • Serve as a communication link between the University and families of first-time students
  • Provide feedback to the University about concerns or make suggestions regarding the transition of their student to the college environment
  • Promote APSU in their local community
  • Partner with the University to enhance the likelihood of their student's success

Members receive updates on important deadlines and other information to assist their students in transitioning and persisting in their University life.

All parents and families, whether they join the parents association or not, will receive support and assistance from the Office of Student Affairs and the University.  We are dedicated to the partnership with our parents and families to support you and your student throughout your APSU experience!

Join Now:  Membership Application 

Association members participated this past year in volunteering and helping new students and families check into residence halls in the fall, attending athletic multiple athletic events, attending awards ceremonies, joining us for Homecoming festivities, attending Family Weekend events, communicating via Facebook and email, visiting campus, attending speaker events and performances including the Peay Read speaker, and more!

Need information in an organized format? 
Our 2014 New Student Guide  can answer many of your questions!  The information is beneficial to students, parents, and family members of APSU students at all levels.

Click here to learn about academic honesty at APSU:
Academic Integrity Brochure
Academic Integrity Week 2014

Planning to visit your student and/or campus?  Need a place to stay?
click here for info  (provided by APSU Admissions)

Are you a member and want to
participate more with the APPA?  
Consider becoming more involved - you do not have to live in Clarksville to do more - click here to let us hear from you!

Need assistance?  Email or  You can always call us at 931-221-7341.


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