The Student Organization Council (SOC) is the governing body for student organizations responsible for the allocation of funding to student organizations and providing information to student organizations on changes in policies or procedures. The executive board holds monthly meetings with organizations to get student feedback and to assist student organizations in the implementation of programs and services to the APSU community.
Jonathan Jeans, President
Senior/Major: Public Relations and Political Science
Hometown: Memphis, Tennessee
Office Hours: Monday 4-6 pm & Friday 12-2 pm
Jenny Henry, Vice President
Hometown: Ashland City, Tennessee
Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 2:30 - 4:30 pm
Amanda Blankenship, Secretary
Junior/Major: History with a Pre-Professional & Sociology minor
Hometown: Ft. Irwin, California
Office Hours: Tuesday 1- 5 pm
Sara Moini, Treasurer
Junior/Major: HHP - Health Care Management
Hometown: Nashville, Tennessee
Office Hours: Wednesday 11:30 – 1:30 pm & Thursday 1 – 3 pm
Student organizations provide a valuable service to the campus community by promoting leadership development, community spirit, activism, public service, and social and cultural interaction. As a student of Austin Peay, you have the unique opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities.
Student organizations at Austin Peay provide leadership, scholarship, friendship and much more. On behalf of the Office of Student Life and Engagement (SLE), I would like to congratulate you for taking on the responsibility for providing guidance and direction to your organization. With more than 100 clubs and organizations, we hope that the services we provide to you are as diverse as the organizations we serve. As you embark on this new academic year please know the SLE staff is here to assist you in whatever way possible.
Austin Peay State University clubs and organizations should be formed by students for the purpose of social, educational and leadership development and must relate directly to the mission, goals and objectives of Austin Peay State University. Organization members should at all times consider how the University community views their organization
Organization Resources provided by SLE