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Fall 2016 enrollment figures show growth for APSU

APSU’s enrollment total for Fall 2016, at 10,344 students, represents the university’s largest incoming class since 2013, according to recently released official enrollment figures. Among institutions affiliated with the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR), APSU is one of two universities to report an increase in enrollment overall for the semester. According to ...

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Sherry Demaray named associate vice president of finance

Sherry Demaray, associate vice president of finance for APSU

Sherry L. Demaray was named the new associate vice president for finance at APSU, effective Oct. 17. Demaray will oversee the operations of the finance office, procurement and contract service and auxiliary support services. Her duties include: managing the budgets for areas of responsibility, the wiring of funds, preparing budgets ...

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Professor Marcus Hayes chosen for Maxine Smith Fellows program

Marcus Hayes mug

Associate Professor of Dance Marcus Hayes was one of 10 faculty members from TBR schools chosen to participate in the Maxine Smith Fellows program this year. TBR established the Smith Fellows program in 2002 to offer African-American employees administrative training and career development opportunities. Hayes said he and the other ...

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Governor Haslam announces APSU governing board

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam announced the creation of APSU’s local governing board as well as the eight appointees for the board. The local governing board will give the university increased autonomy to support student success by having to power to appoint the campus president, manage the university budget, set tuition ...

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25 APSU employees now carrying concealed handguns

Twenty-five APSU employees are now registered to carry concealed handguns on campus due to a new law passed last spring. The law, HB 1736, came into effect June 3,. and allows “Employees of any state college or university operating under the state board of regents or the University of Tennessee ...

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