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Austin Peay moves 2020 Homecoming to Oct. 10

The 1976 Homecoming parade

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Austin Peay State University officials recently announced this year’s homecoming festivities will be moved to Oct. 10, when the Governors take on the Eastern Kentucky Colonels at 3 p.m. in Fortera Stadium.

In the Spring, the University initially planned to celebrate Homecoming on Nov. 7. The date was moved up after changes to this fall’s academic calendar. Under the new calendar, which was developed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, students will attend face-to-face classes until the Thanksgiving holiday. After the holiday, they will finish the semester online, including final exams and final projects.

Under its original schedule, APSU’s Fall Break prohibited the Oct. 10 date as an option.

For additional information about homecoming events and activities, visit the University’s homecoming website, www.apsu.edu/homecoming.

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