Student Publications is home to The All State student newspaper and other publications. The department produces the annual Student Handbook & Calendar in addition to the New Student Guide, provided to first-time students, family members and new University staff and faculty members.
The department is a part of the Division of Student Affairs. The Coordinator of Student Affairs Publications and Marketing oversees the department and also serves as an adviser to the student newspaper staff and supports and consults with other division departments on their publications.
There are between 50-60 students on the student newspaper staff who are of varying backgrounds, majors, interests and specialties. We engage students who are interested in writing, journalism, graphic design, photography, advertising and marketing, business, leadership and interested in being involved in a unique way on APSU's campus. Scholarships of varying amounts are available for enrolled students selected for staff positions on the paper.
The department also provides training, equipment, facilities and software student staff members need to produce the publications and develop skills during their collegiate careers.
Interested in joining the staff? Click one of the links below to apply!
The mission of the department of Student Publications is to provide co-curricular experiences and practical application of learning in an environment where opportunities for collaboration, communication, engagement, skill development and leadership are provided in an inclusive setting for its student staff members. Further, the department provides publications for the campus community that support the mission of the institution and the division by providing information and resources for students, families, faculty and staff to be informed and engaged.
Patrick Armstrong is an ASPU alumni with a degreee in Mass Communications and focus in Print & Web Journalism. Patrick previoiusly worked as a Designer II at the Design Studio Nashville for four years. He was the primary news designer for the Montgomery Advertiser and designed advanced work for The Leaf-Chronicle, Jackson Sun and Daily News Journal. Partick also worked for Out & About Nashville as Creative Director and Managaing Editor and Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt as an intern.
While at APSU, Patrick worked for The All State in many rolls and served as Editor-in-Chief from 2009-12. He earned numerous awards for photography, writing and design at the regional and national level.
Patrick Armstrong can be reached at 931-221-7375 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nadia Nuñez Magula: Graduate Assistant, Advertising and Business Manager
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*Office is closed when the University is closed.