The Math Department at APSU is hosting an information session for everyone interested to find out about scholarships, competitions, and study abroad programs available to students. Everyone is invited, especially freshmen, transfers, prospective and current math, computer science, and physics majors and YOU! Pizza will be provided. Come hear about the exciting opportunities in the math department!
Jr. Govs Casual Care will be offered at the Foy Monday through Friday, from 4-8 p.m., starting Aug. 24. The cost is $5 per child for 90 minutes of time. Your child can bring their homework and snacks and we will provide other activities. Please visit our front desk for registration form.
August 27th from 6 - 8pm University Recreation will be hosting our 3rd Annual REC CRAWL! Rec Crawl is designed to give students, new and "old", the opportunity to visit the Foy Center and discover some of the things UREC has to offer. For more information visit our website!
Proposals are now being accepted for the E^3 Explore Activities Grant, an internal grant opportunity available to faculty, staff and students. Grant applicants are able to apply for funds to create or expand upon high-impact activities that directly relate to the E^3 Initiative. Guidelines and proposal forms can be found at the link below. Deadline for proposals is Sept. 14.
Applications are now being accepted for The Washington Center (www.twc.edu) internship program for the Spring 2016 semester. Students must have junior standing or above and at least a 3.25 GPA. This program is open to students from all majors. Students earn 12 credit hours and spend the semester in Washington, D.C. Some scholarships are available. If interested, contact Dr. Kenney by September 18.
The Center for Service-Learning & Community Engagement invites you to its official grand opening celebration on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 from 2:00-4:30 at 322 Home Avenue. Come join us for an open house reception to learn about the many programs offered by our Center. We will have an inaugural tree planting ceremony at 2:30 with light refreshments to follow.
Tue, 09/15/2015 - 2:00pm - 4:30pm
322 Home Avenue
Center for Service-Learning & Community Engagement
Graphing calculators can be signed out free of charge for a semester by our students while supplies last at our center. Our program starting today is open to all students. For availability, requirements and application form for this program please visit our website.
Textbooks can be signed out free of charge for a semester by our students if the book is available at our center. Our program starting today is open to all students. For book availability, requirements and application form for this program please visit our website.
Mudbowl 2015 applications are now available. Entry fee is $50 per team and you can enter in either the male, female, or co-ed divisions. Hurry, applications are limited to the first 64 teams! More information can be found online through the SGA Website. Mudbowl will take place on Sunday, September 27th from 12:30 - 5:00 pm.
Student Government Association
Gregory R. Singleton, Associate Vice President and Dean of Students or Lucas Bearden, SGA Chief Justice
Interested in running for SGA Senate? Applications are now available for freshman and graduate senate seats. Five freshman and two graduate students will be elected in SGA Elections, scheduled for September 8-10. Hurry...application deadline is September 2nd. Apply online.
Student Government Association
Gregory R. Singleton, Associate Vice President and Dean of Students, Ankit Patel, SGA Vice President, or Lucas Bearden, SGA Chief Justice
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