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Sources of Assistance

Students frequently find that they need some form of assistance as they persue their academic goals. The following chart provides a list of some of the offices used by APSU students.

NameLocation
Phone #
EligibilityServices
Academic Support Center

Marks 122

931-221-6553

Any APSU Student

  • Peer Tutoring in most core and many upper division courses
  • Writing Lab for any paper for any class
  • Study Guides for many standardized tests
African-American Cultural Center

Clement 120

931-221-7106

Any APSU Student

  • Foster collaborative, integrated learning environment
  • Facilitate the development of an appreciation for the African heritage and the African-American people
Career & Advisement Center

Morgan University Center 208

931-221-7896

Any APSU Student or Alumni

  • Resume consultation
  • Job fairs
  • Job listings
  • Career resource library
Counseling Services

Ellington 202

931-221-6162

Any APSU Student

  • Personal
  • Family
  • College stress
Disability Services

Morgan University Center 114

931-221-6230

Any APSU Student with a physical or mental impairment

  • Advocacy
  • Assistance obtaining appropriate accommodations
Educational Opportunity Center

Ellington 333

931-221-7481

Call for details about eligibility

  • Peer tutoring
  • Assistance with applications
  • Assistance filing for financial aid
  • Career counseling

Library

Library Tutorial (LILT)

Library Services for Distance Students

Library

931-221-7346

Any APSU student staff, or faculty member, as well as the general public

  • Reference materials
  • Research assistance
  • Inter-library loans
Registrar

Ellington 316

931-221-7121

Any APSU Student, as well as the general public

  • Evaluation of transfer credit
  • Maintenance of student transcripts
  • Assistance with Banner access
Student Financial Aid

Ellington 216

931-221-7907

Call for details about eligibility

  • Loans
  • Grants
  • Scholarships
  • Work study
Trio Student Support Services

Ellington 337

931-221-6142

Low income, first generation college student or disabled students. Limited to 180 students.

  • Peer tutoring
  • Counseling
  • Technology loans
  • Graduate school visits