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Search for Chief Diversity Officer

Austin Peay is moving forward with their search for a Chief Diversity Officer (CDO), an expanded position that will combine compliance to Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 that requires our institution never exclude, deny any benefit to, or discriminate against any person on the basis of sex. ...

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S.O.S. Food Pantry receives more visitors and fewer donations

College students are struggling with food insecurity and at APSU it is getting worse.  According to a report last month from the Government Accountability Office, in reviewing 31 studies on the subject, most concluded that over a third of college students do not have enough to eat.  Additionally, out of ...

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Food for Fines doubles in participation

Back by popular demand by students, faculty, and staff, the Department of Public Safety and the University’s Save Our Students (SOS) Food Pantry have brought back the Food for Fines program to help pay for parking citations while also providing food for the program According to Michael Kasitz, Director of ...

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University named Tree Campus USA for 2nd year

Big Tree Contest

For the second consecutive year, the Arbor Day Foundation has recognized APSU as a Tree Campus USA, a distinction awarded to universities promoting healthy trees and involving students and staff in conservation efforts. To earn recognition, universities must meet five standards: establishment of a tree advisory committee, a tree-care plan, ...

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‘Food for Fines’ offers way to forgive parking fines, donate to community

The APSU Police Department is offering students a way out of their mounting pile of parking fines. The price: canned food. APSU campus police organize a Food for Fines program every year, which allows people who have fines for vehicle infractions. Up to 10 non-perishable items equate to one fine ...

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Volunteers discover where their food comes from

Do you know where your food is grown, or why we have strawberries available all year? This year’s Peay Read is trying to educate students on the ramifications on having exotic produce available virtually at all times. As part of the Peay Read program, students were tasked with coming to ...

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