Weekday Senior Exit Exam test sessions for Summer semester will move from MUC Room 103-C to McCord 221 starting Tuesday. The tests are being relocated to accommodate offices displaced by the recent flood in Ellington. Students registered for upcoming sessions should watch their email for location reminders.
P-Card statement will close tonight for June 2016. Users and approvers have until Tuesday, July 5, 2016 at 4:30 p.m. to reconcile and approve. All charges which appear after this statement cuts will come from next fiscal year's budget. Please contact Procurement and Contract Services with any questions.
The APSU Military/Veteran Graduate Recognition Ceremony will be held at 5 pm on August 3 in the MUC Room 303/305. These graduates will be presented with a coin and military cord (free of charge) for their commencement regalia. If you are a Military or Veteran student who is schedule to graduate this summer, you will receive an email invitation with further details next month.
Need a natural science course to meet your education major requirement or a general core class? Physics 1020/1021 will be available in fall 2016 on the main campus. See the class listing or contact Sherry Bagwell in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at 931-221-6116 for more information.
Get up to date on recent legislative changes related to business taxes, including the Revenue Modernization Act, with this seminar offered by the Tennessee Department of Revenue and Austin Peay State University's Continuing and Professional Education. 0.70 CEUs. For more details: http://signmeup.apsu.edu/CourseStatus.awp?&Course=164V30001%20%20%20&DirectFrom=Schedule&Origin=Keywords:+tax
Young dancers will experience dance through their favorite stories. Ballet, folk, and creative movements are combined with stories, games and crafts. Dancers will make their own craft and perform for family and friends on the final day. July 25-29, 9:30-11am. Fee $125.
Looking for a way to challenge your teen artist? This class is tailored for this unique age group to both hone their skills and keep them interested. Whether your child is new to art or has experience, this class will appeal to all levels. Students will have the opportunity to work with a variety of mediums and create fantastic works of art. July 11-15, 1-4pm. Fee $150.
This class offers diverse real studio based art education in a wide range of visual media. Each session may include elements of painting, drawing, design, printmaking, sculpture, bookbinding, and much more. These classes are designed to touch on basic skills, explore unusual concepts and ideas that build confidence and self esteem in young artists. July 11-15, 9am to noon. Fee: $150.
For all educators of grades 3-12, pre-service & non-formal. Learn about Tennessee water resources. July 22 at Montgomery Bell (life science focus), July 27 in Dover and Fort Donelson Nat'l Battlefield (science and history). Sponsored by The Center of Excellence for Field Biology. Use web link below for details. Advance registration required.
The SOS Food Pantry is still serving students during the summer semesters, and is in need of food!
We do already have tons of canned green beans, corn, and peas, but
We are looking for:
We are open from 8:30-4:00, Monday- Friday
322 Home Ave.
Center for Service - Learning & Community Engagement
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