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At Austin Peay, we are large enough to offer you a broad range of educational and
social options, but small enough to treat you as an individual. That’s because we
provide all of the resources of a big university, with a small college feel. We serve
a large population of diverse students with several degree options at the associates,
bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels. Many of these degrees can be pursued on
campus and online. Austin Peay also is working to support the region’s economic growth with several
new programs that cater to the employment needs of local industries and the surrounding
Austin Peay offers the resources of a major university, with a small college feel.
You'll get to know people quickly —- including your professors. That one-on-one communication
is just part of the friendliness that makes Austin Peay a comfortable place to be.
As Tennessee's youngest city by median age, APSU is surrounded by a thriving community,
named as 2019's #1 Best Place to Live in America by Money Magazine. Set against the
Cumberland River, Clarksville offers outdoor activities, great restaurants, and local
theatre. Not to mention, we're just 45 minutes from Nashville.
The Office of Public Relations and Marketing at Austin Peay State University received 12 awards at the TCPRA 2023 State Conference. Their achievements in writing, design, publication, and photography were recognized, highlighting their commitment to effectively communicating the university's successes and experiences. The awards validate the team's hard work and dedication to reaching a wider audience.
The Austin Peay State University Board of Trustees will host its quarterly meetings beginning at 8:15 a.m. June 9 at 317 College St. on campus. Members will discuss several items, including a proposed tuition and mandatory fee increase, and the proposed budget for the 2023-24 fiscal year.
Montgomery Central High School director of bands Vanessa Cobb has been chosen to join approximately 400 band directors from across the country to march in the iconic Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Nov. 23, 2023. She will perform on trumpet as part of Saluting America's Band Directors, a group organized by the nonprofit Michael D. Sewell Memorial Foundation to recognize the impact of music educators nationwide.