Download Discount Form (Public Higher Education Fee Discount)A variety of fee discounts and waivers are available. Please note the deadline for each waiver or discount is the last day of late registration. Remember to submit a new form for each term. Discount forms may be faxed to (931) 221-6171, e-mailed to email@example.com, mailed or delivered to the Office of the Bursar in the Browning Administration Building. Questions? Call the the Office of the Bursar at (931) 221-6285.
A 25 percent discount on undergraduate in-state maintenance fees is available for children/dependents of state employees or full-time certified public school teachers, including retired teachers with 30 years of service in Tennessee. Students must be younger than 24 years of age on the first day of classes.
If you are a Retired Public School Teacher, the completed form must be signed and approved by TCRS Retired Payroll Division. Please submit the form to their office at TCRS Retired Payroll, 502 Deaderick Street, Nashville, TN 37243 or fax it to (615) 401-6818.
To access the online APSU Spouse/Dependent Discount Form, you must go through OneStop.
A 50 percent discount on undergraduate in-state maintenance fees and all mandatory student fees is offered to
A 50 percent discount on undergraduate maintenance fees is offered to
Full-time employees of the state may enroll in one undergraduate or graduate course without paying tuition charges or program services fees. Employees must pay any special course fees, except the RODP online course fee.
Full-time TBR employees may enroll in one undergraduate or graduate course without paying tuition charges or program services fees. Employees must pay any special course fees, except the RODP online course fee.
To access the online PC191 form, you must go through OneStop.
APSU and TBR Central Office employees may also use the TBR Reimbursement Program, receiving reimbursement for three (3) credit-hours per term, including special course fees. This program is available to employees who have been employed by the institution or Central Office for at least six months.
To access the online Staff Scholarship form, you must go through OneStop.
This program allows active duty military personnel stationed outside of Tennessee to pay in-state tuition rates for credit GoArmyEd courses instead of more expensive out-of-state tuition rates. The waiver applies to campus-based and online courses. Students eligible for this program will be classified as “out-of-state,” but will receive an out-of-state fee waiver equal to the difference between in-state tuition and out-of-state tuition. The out-of-state fee waiver is not available to spouses or dependents of active duty military personnel.
This program allows active duty military personnel stationed outside of Tennessee to pay in-state tuition rates for credit GoArmyEd courses instead of more expensive out-of-state tuition rates. Students eligible for this program will be classified as “out-of-state,” but will receive an out-of-state fee waiver equal to the difference between in-state tuition and out-of-state tuition. The program is available to all active duty military personnel stationed outside Tennessee, regardless of whether their fees are paid by the Army or from personal funds. The out-of-state fee waiver is not available to spouses or dependents of active duty military personnel.
Eligible military spouses may receive up to $6,000 of MyCAA Financial Assistance (FA) to aid in the pursuit of education, training, licenses, certificates and degrees leading to employment in “portable” career fields. Apply for benefits via the MyCAA Web site. Once you receive approval for MyCAA financial assistance, the approval notification must be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, faxed to (931) 221-6171 or delivered to the Office of the Bursar located in the Browning Building, Room 140.
This amendment to TCA Title 49, Chapter 7 provides that every dependent child of certain veterans or spouses of certain veterans may receive educational assistance in the form of a waiver of tuition, maintenance fees, activity fees, and/or required registration and/or matriculation fees, if certain age limits, time periods for eligibility and residency requirements are met. Contact the APSU Student Financial Aid and Veteran Affairs at (931) 221-7907 for more information and verification procedures. Application Form.
Tennessee residents age 60 or older, along with those who are permanently or totally disabled, may audit (take without earning college credit) a course without paying fees as provided by Tennessee law. To do so, the student must file a birth certificate or physician’s certification of permanent, total disability with the APSU Office of the Registrar. Forms will be duplicated and originals returned to students.
Tennessee residents who will turn 65 or older during the semester/term – along with students who are permanently, totally disabled – may register in courses for college credit at a discounted tuition rate. Students are accepted according to the space available. Students pay half of the regular cost per credit hour, with a maximum of $70 per semester. Students also must pay any special course fees (online course fee, business course fee, science consumables fee, music fee, nursing clinical fee and late registration fee). Appropriate documentation is required. Contact the Registrar's Office for registration timetables and procedures at (931) 221-7121.
Concurrent enrollment is when the Fort Campbell term is completely embedded in the main campus term. Fall II and Spring II (Fort Campbell terms), are considered concurrent because both terms begin and end within the main campus term. Fall I and Spring I terms both begin prior to the main campus term, therefore, they are not considered concurrent.
If you are enrolled for and have paid for at least 12 credit hours of undergraduate tuition or 10 credit hours of graduate tuition on main campus, you are entitled to a concurrent enrollment discount for classes taken during the second Fort Campbell terms.
The discount is only applied to tuition. Students are still responsible for all other fees such as the technology access fee, and any special course fees such as the web on-line course fee.
An email will be sent once the adjustment has been made to your account. You must still confirm your classes before the drop date. The link below provides instructions on how to confirm your classes. http://www.apsu.edu/confirm
Concurrent enrollment discounts will not be prorated if a class is dropped at any time during an adjustment period in which the discount was applied. The discount will be reversed in full since the class was not completed.