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Student Affairs - Division Departments

Adult and Nontraditional Student Center
Morgan University Center, Room 112
Phone:  (931) 221-6854
Martha Harper, M.Ed., Coordinator (

  • Computer Lab and printer
  • Lounge with television, microwave and refrigerator for relaxation and fellowship
  • Study area
  • Provide workshops and outreach
  • Programs for adult and non-traditional students and families

Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center
Clement Hall, Room 120
Phone:  (931) 221-7120
Marcelius L. Braxton, J.D., Director  (

  • Calculators (TI-83) for students to borrow
  • Graduate school preparation (GRE, GMAT, MCAT)
  • Laptops and netbooks (provided by Clearwire)
  • Over 1,600 library resources
  • Rosetta Stone language software (Portuguese, Swahili and French) and Spanish tutorial CDs
  • Stationary computers, with the Respondus program
  • Smart board for students to use for practice of presentations
  • Special programs and events/recognition program
  • Place to study, relax, watch TV, or use Play Station
  • Everyone is welcome

Associate Vice President and Dean of Students
University Center, Room 206
Phone:  (931) 221-7341
Gregory R. Singleton, M.S.Ed., Ed.D. (ABD), Associate Vice President and Dean of Students (

Boyd Health Services
Ellington, Room  104
Phone:  (931) 221-7107
Dr. Jeff Rutter, Director (

  • Acute and chronic illness care
  • Health screenings and education
  • Allergy injections and immunizations
  • Prescription and non-prescription medication
  • Family planning

Career Services
Morgan University Center, Room 210
Phone:  (931) 221-6544
Dr. Amanda Walker, Director (

  • Meet with a career counselor to discuss possible careers
  • Have resumes, cover letters and reference lists professionally critiqued
  • Browse local, regional and national job listings
  • Research jobs in the Career Services library


Center for Service-Learning and Community Engagement
322 Home Avenue
Phone:  (931) 221-7837
Alexandra Wills, M.S., Director (

  • Coordinates service-learning courses with faculty and community agencies
  • Alternative break program
  • ENGAGE volunteer based living community
  • AmeriCorps VISTA program
  • SOS Food Pantry & Green Room
  • Campus garden program
  • Service opportunities for students


Child Learning Center
Sexton Building
Phone:  (931) 221-6234
Claudia Rodriguez, Manager  (

  • Serves children 2 ½ to 5 years
  • Full-time, part-time care available
  • For APSU students, faculty, staff and community
  • Students receive discounted fee
  • School age drop-in care 


Student Counseling Services
Ellington, Room 202
Phone:  (931) 221-6162
Dr. Jeff Rutter, Director (

  • Personal counseling
  • Psychological crisis management
  • Family therapy
  • Alcohol and other drug awareness and assessment
  • Workshops and programs

Disability Services
University Center, Room 114
Phone:  (931) 221-6230
TTY Phone:  (931) 221-6278
Jamie McCrary, M.S., Director

  • Academic accommodations
  • Assistive technology
  • Peer support
  • Disability awareness programs
  • Supportive services, resources and referrals


Fraternity and Sorority Affairs
Morgan University Center, Room 208
Phone:  (931) 221-6570
Stephen D. Dominy, M.S., Coordinator ( 

  • Fraternity and Sorority Affairs/Greek Life
  • Fraternity and Sorority Chapter Advising
  • IFC, NPHC, and Panhellenic Council Advising
  • Recognition programs and honor societies (Order of Omega, Gamma Sigma Alpha, and Rho Lambda) for fraternities and sororities
  • Educational programs that focus on the values of the community, including:
    • Career Development
    • Community  Building and Development
    • Diversity and Multiculturalism
    • Health and Wellness
    • Leadership Development
    • Membership Education
    • Membership Intake and Recruitment
    • Proactive Risk Management
    • Scholastic Achievement and Excellence
    • Service and Philanthropic Endeavors
    • Programming and Maintenance of the Greek Village
    • Collaboration and partnerships with the APSU campuses and Clarksville community for fraternities and sororities

Hispanic Cultural Center
Morgan University Center, Room 213
Phone: (931) 221-6645
Louise Mitchell, M.S., Coordinator, (

  • Cultural events dealing with the Hispanic world such as lectures about literature and history, movie night, game night, Hispanic cuisine, travel, art and music
  • Language assistance with Spanish grammar
  • Translation assistance
  • Computers with Spanish keyboards and grammar correction programs (for students writing term papers in Spanish)
  • Spanish magazines, dictionaries, videos, newspapers, history books, classics of Hispanic literature, copies of the texts used in Spanish classes at APSU
  • Recognition programs for Hispanic students as well as graduating Spanish majors


Housing, Residence Life and Dining Services
Miller Hall, Room 119
Phone:  (931) 221-7444
Joe Mills, M.S., Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs
                 and Director


Military Student Center
University Center, Room 120
Phone:  (931) 221-1685
V. Jasmin Linares, M.S. & Army Veteran, Coordinator  (

  • Assists veterans and military students with the transition to college by serving as a clearinghouse of information
  • Lounge area for study, relaxation and fellowship
  • Provide workshops and outreach
  • Assist student veterans, active duty, ROTC cadets, and military family members effectively transition into the university community and reach their educational goals
  • Establish social connections with other military related students and the university
  • Texts for Vets Program
  • Strengthen the number of graduating military affiliated students returning to the work force
  • Everyone is welcome


Student Affairs Programs & Assessment
University Center, Room 208
Phone:  (931) 221-6570
Dr. Tammy H. Bryant, Director (

Student Conduct/Case Management
University Center, Room 206
Phone:  (931) 221-6356
Jo Baldwin, M.S., Director  (

  • Investigation and adjudication of Student Code of Conduct Violations
  • Educational programming pertaining to sexual assault/domestic violence prevention, academic integrity, and Student Code of Conduct
  • Coordinates care of Student Counseling and Health Services clients who have mental health concerns of a chronic or deeply ingrained nature
  • Outreach, support, and training of faculty and staff on working with students of concern

Student Publications
University Center, Room 111
Phone:  (931) 221-7376
Patrick S. Armstrong, B.S., Coordinator  (

  • Student Publications
         The All State  - award-winning student produced
         newspaper, print and online/social media
         Student Handbook and Calendar
         Special publications     
  • Marketing/promotional materials for Student Affairs division and special committees
  • Web-based training and instruction
  • Comm student lab and completion hours
  • Graduate recognition photos, Grad Finale, AP Day, Govs ROW, and Commencement
  • Outdoor message board

Student Life and Engagement
University Center, Room 211
Phone:  (931) 221-7431
Victor Felts, M.A.Ed., Director  (


University Recreation
Foy Fitness and Recreation Center
Phone:  (931) 221-7564
David Davenport, M.Ed., Director (