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Summer Class Aid Just Got Easier

  Students wishing to get ahead or catch up on their credits are taking summer courses here at APSU. Students are taking the initiative to get ahead of their timelines for graduation while some are playing catch up and taking classes to remain on track. Summer classes were made available ...

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SGA ratification names new president, executives, senators

The 2018 SGA election ended with a public ratification on Friday, April 6 in MUC 307. This year’s election saw 990 individual voters, the largest number of voters since 2016. Chief Justice Waquas Ahmed named the winners of each electoral contest, starting with the new senators for each college. Chloe ...

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2018 SGA election results: Courtney Covington wins presidential race

SGA saw the highest number of votes since Spring 2016, with 990 votes. The Spring 2018 election process ended Friday at 4 p.m. with the ratification held in MUC 307. The election results are as follows: College of Arts and Letters *Chloe Ellis- 295 *Mona Lane- 655 College of Behavioral ...

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Melons, Blood Transfusions, and Bone Marrow Oh My!

APSU’s Love Your Melon campus crew hosted a Swab Drive to engage APSU students and encourage them to join the registry to help potentially save lives on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 in the Morgan University Center lobby in front of Einstein Bro’s Bagels. Students must meet the health requirements to ...

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Does APSU have a drug and alcohol problem?

APSU is seeing a possible increase in drug use on campus. Since the beginning of the school year there have been 39 drug law violations and 15 liquor law violations. In 2016, there were a total of only 34 drug law violations and 16 liquor law violations. Every week The ...

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Honorary Civil Rights leader gives lecture

William Hayes | The All State APSU campus invited an example of living history speak to students, faculty, and guests in the Morgan University Center this past Thursday, in the event of honoring one of the University’s most memorable and inspiring professors, Dr. Betty Joe Wallace. Tennessee State Representative of ...

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