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Browning Drive to close to through traffic

On May 6, Browning Drive will close to through traffic. For decades the university’s master plan has urged this. APSU’s Master Plan from 2000 stated, “Browning Drive is temporarily closed, and likely permanently closed to through traffic due to utility improvements and future construction of the new University Center.” This ...

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VetSuccess offers resources for military affiliated students

VetSuccess is a support and outreach program for Veteran students here at Austin Peay. VetSucces offers counseling, support groups, career counseling, peer to peer mentoring and tutoring and employment assistance. Additionally,  guidance on VA benefits and health services are available. The health care service is important because once you have a VA ...

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New Chief Diversity Officer Named

APSU has successfully recruited it’s new Chief Diversity Officer and Title IX coordinator, LaNeeça R. Williams. Williams was recruited from University of Evansville, where she has been chief diversity officer since 2013. Dr. Alisa White, APSU president, released the following statement through GOV Says: “This signifies our commitment to diversity ...

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SGA Addresses Campus Interruptions

The Student Government Association (SGA) had a busy meeting. A student proposed that advance notice be given for certain events. Several pieces of legislation were tabled and several more were introduced. The student said, “I know, especially in the spring semester, there’s a lot of things that end up happening ...

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Miss Austin Peay named “Most Outstanding Local Pageant”

Miss Austin Peay pageant wins the best pageant in the state. Under Victor Felts, Director of Student Life and Engagement and the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, the Miss Austin Peay pageant was recently named “Most Outstanding Local Pageant” by the Miss Tennessee Volunteer Scholarship Pageant. The Miss Austin Peay pageant ...

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Out-of-state tuition to be cut nearly in half

APSU is looking to promote campus diversity by cutting out-of-state tuition by nearly half. Traditionally, out-of-state tuition rates have been $11,000 per semester but a new rate approved by Austin Peay’s Board of Trustees nearly cuts that amount in half to just under $6,200 for 12 credit hours. Rex Gandy, APSU ...

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