APSU participates in the TN eCampus consortium which provides comprehensive educational
programs and courses through a coordinated network of Tennessee Board of Regents colleges,
universities, and colleges of applied technology. Courses taken through the TN eCampus
consortium are online and completely transferable among the participating institutions
which are all accredited. In order to graduate from APSU when participating in the TN eCampus consortium, graduate
students must complete one-third (1/3) of their graduate program in residency where
the required number of residency hours are earned in courses taught by APSU faculty.
Undergraduate students must complete one-fourth (1/4) of their undergraduate program
in residency where required number of residency hours are earned in courses taught
by APSU faculty.
More information about TN eCampus is available below.
Enrolling in a TN eCampus Course
Students must satisfy the residency requirement for Austin Peay State University prior
to enrolling in a TN eCampus course. Students requesting enrollment in a TN eCampus
course must meet with an academic advisor and their department chair to discuss course
options. The department chair will initiate the TN eCampus Course Request Form if
the Austin Peay State University residency requirement has been met. The TN eCampus
Course Request form must be approved by the Distance Education director and the Registrar
before registration authorization can be granted.
If you have questions regarding advising, please contact the eCampus Coordinator at
Accessing TN eCampus Courses
Students enrolled in TN eCampus 'R' section courses (i.e. BIO 1010-R50) should log into D2L through the TN eCampus site. Please explore the following resources if you are having technical difficulties
with your TN eCampus courses:
The TN eCampus Coordinator may also be consulted for more help at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exam Proctoring for TN eCampus Courses
Test and exam dates are set for each course at the beginning of the semester and should
be included in the syllabus. Students are responsible for scheduling proctoring arrangements
well in advance of the exam as proctoring appointment times fill quickly. More information
about TN eCampus proctoring options is available on the following pages:
Proctoring is available at campus-based test centers and other alternative sites throughout
the state. Austin Peay State University serves as one of those testing sites. For
more information about our service, please email Distance Education at email@example.com with the subject of “TN eCampus Proctoring.” To register, you must complete the
Please review this important information before registering:
Students should submit proctoring requests at least a week in advance.
APSU does not accept walk-ins. You must have registered at least one week in advance using the form below.
Students who do not report to the exam room on time will need to register for an alternate
session. If no other alternate sessions are available, students should contact another testing site or their instructor immediately.
Tennessee Board of Regents institutions offer the same support services to online
learners as they do for on-campus students. Many of the services are web-enabled
to provide easier access and convenience. Visit the TN eCampus website for more information
about support services (opens new window).
Student Help and Technical Support
If you experience trouble logging in to the learning management system, resetting
your password, viewing content in your course, or just need coaching and reassurance,
contact the Technical Support Helpdesk team. Available 24/7 (except for a few select
holidays), staff members will work one-on-one with you to resolve your issue as quickly
as possible. Simply call or enter a Help Desk ticket through our online ticketing
system to track the status of your incident. Contact the Help Desk at 888-223-0023