The Annual Student Affairs Help an Elf program is designed to assist currently enrolled, full-time APSU students with holiday shopping by providing gifts for their children. Recipients of the holiday gifts will be children of income eligible APSU students who are currently enrolled in 12 or more credit hours, and who are not participating in any off campus holiday gift programs.
Submitting an application serves as authorization for the Office of Student Affairs to verify financial aid information through University records and to obtain program participation information from local agencies who sponsor similar programs.
APPLY FOR THE PROGRAM
Our goal is to provide assistance to as many families as possible, but please note that priority will be given to first time participants. The number of families assisted by this program is contingent on the number of groups, organizations, or departments available to adopt families. If there are not enough groups, organizations, individuals or departments available to adopt all families, applicants will be notified. Information will remain confidential.
Applications will be available in Student Affairs, UC 206, beginning Wednesday, November 4. The deadline for all applications for recipients in the program is Monday, November 16, 2015 at 4 p.m. Note: applications are no longer available online for security reasons. Please contact us for more information.
Applications will be confidential. Contact Student Affairs at 931-221-7341 or Vanessya Fountain if you would like additional information.
WANT TO ADOPT AN ELF FAMILY? "ADOPTIONS" BEGIN NOV. 25!
The eligible families are "adopted" by Austin Peay organizations, offices, departments, groups as well as individuals. Elf adoptions by those wishing to purchase gifts will begin on November 25. The deadline for packages to be turned in to Student Affairs is December 11. Please contact Student Affairs at 931-221-7341 if you are interested in adopting an elf this year, or if you would like to assist the program.
The Help An Elf Program is sponsored by
The Office of Student Affairs