The Readiness Checklist will quickly show you whether you're ready to enroll for the next term. Use this tool to check the status of your financial aid, admission, veteran benefits, holds, balance, confirmation and more! Upcoming deadlines and items of importance will be flagged for your attention. For full details, go to Financial Aid Process Step-by-Step.
Financial aid award information will be sent your AP email address. Award information will also be available on AP One-Stop.
Students planning to use loans should begin accepting and applying as soon as the award notification is received.
December 20, 2013 -- Satisfactory Academic Progress warning and fail notifications will be sent to AP email.
January 8, 2014 -- Priority deadline for Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeals.
January 10, 2014 -- Last day to pay fees and confirm your classes.
Pre-registered students may pay fees in the Business Office, Browning BLDG from 8:00-4:30 pm Monday - Friday, by mail, or may be paid online via AP Self Service. Self Service accepts payment in full or students may sign up for the installment plan. All students must confirm their classes. Even those students with zero or credit balances must confirm their classes The most up-to-date fee & fee payment information is available at www.apsu.edu/bursar
Direct Deposit and refund check dates can be found at www.apsu.edu/bursar.
Additional important dates can be found at http://www.apsu.edu/financialaid/important-dates
Undergraduate students enrolling at the Main or Fort Campbell campus must be enrolled in at least 6 credit hours to be eligible for student loans. Graduate students must enroll in at least 3 graduate level hours for summer and at least 4 graduate level hours for all other semesters.
Graduate and Professional Students are No Longer Eligible to Receive Subsidized Loans
Financial Aid Awards
Effective Fall 2011, there will not be any distinction between main campus and the Fort Campbell campus for financial aid awards. All terms will be included in either Fall, Spring, or Summer. An example is if you attend the Fort Campbell campus Fall I, Fall II, and or Fall main campus, any of these terms, or combination of these terms, will be considered Fall Term, this will also apply to Spring and Summer terms. If you have questions, contact our office at 931.221.7907 or Email: Office of Student Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs