Austin Peay State University

Austin Peay State University

Address : 601 College St, 37044, Clarksville, Tennessee, USA

Contact : +1 931-221-7011  Email :

About Austin Peay State University, Tennessee, USA

Austin Peay State University /???st?n pi/ is a four-year public university located in Clarksville, Tennessee, and operated by the Tennessee Board of Regents. The University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and is the fastest-growing university in Tennessee.

Clarksville Masonic Lodge No. 89 sponsored the Montgomery County Male Academy. In 1845, the Masonic College was founded, and in 1848, the Montgomery County Male Academy merged with the Masonic College, taking the name of Montgomery Masonic College and Male Academy. This institution continued through 1855 when it was given to the Presbyterian Synod of Nashville to be operated by them as a male college and academy. The Presbyterians changed the name of the college to Stewart College, and later the name was changed again to Southwestern Presbyterian University. In 1925 Southwestern moved to Memphis, Tennessee, and in 1945 that institution became "Southwestern at Memphis" for many years until it ultimately renamed Rhodes College in 1984. This was the forerunner of Austin Peay Normal School and located where Austin Peay State University now exists. Arguably, the site on which the current university is situated has held some type of an institution of higher learning longer than any in Tennessee west of Knoxville.

Courses Offered by Austin Peay State University

Graduate Program

  • Biology
  • Communication Arts
  • Curriculum and Instruction (M.A.Ed)
  • Education Specialist (Ed.S.)
  • Educational Leadership Studies (M.A.Ed.)
  • English
  • Health and Human Performance
  • Management
  • Military History
  • Music
  • Psychology, community or school counseling
  • Reading
  • Social Work
  • Teaching

Under Graduate Program

  • Accounting
  • Agriculture
  • Art
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Communication Arts
  • Computer Science and Information Systems
  • Dental Hygiene, pre-professional program
  • Dentistry, pre-professional program
  • Economics
  • Education Integrative Studies
  • English
  • Finance
  • Food Technology, pre-professional program
  • Foreign Language
  • Forestry, pre-professional program
  • General Business
  • Geosciences
  • Health
  • Health, pre-professional program
  • Health and Human Performance
  • History
  • Law, pre-professional program
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Mathematics
  • Medical Technology
  • Medicine, pre-professional program
  • Music
  • Music Education
  • Music Performance
  • Nursing
  • Optometry, pre-professional program
  • Pharmacy, two-year pre-professional program
  • Pharmacy, three-year pre-professional program

Admission Process at Austin Peay State University

The College of Graduate Studies at Austin Peay State University fosters an intellectual community of advanced learning within an environment of scholarship, research and creative activities, and engages faculty and students with partnerships representative of a global society.

The College of Graduate Studies also develops advanced programs and services addressing national needs and provides a mechanism for collaborative opportunities in research, creative and scholarly activities. These connect university expertise with private and public resources and contribute significantly to the intellectual, economic, social, physical and cultural development of the region and therefore, the nation. Finally, the College of Graduate Studies engages students in graduate education that promotes the knowledge of society, global awareness and continuous learning.

International Student Application/Admission Checklist

  • Completed Graduate Application
  • U.S. $25.00 Application Fee (in bank draft or US check payable to Austin Peay State University).
  • Official copies of all transcripts, certificates, diplomas, and degrees must be translated and evaluated by Global Education Group or World Education Services; and sent directly to Graduate Admissions.
  • Official TOEFL Scores (minimum score of 61 on the TOEFL iBT test, 500 on the paper-based test or 173 on the computer-based test), sent directly from the TOEFL Center -OR- Official International English Language Testing System (IELTS) exam with a score of 5.5, sent directly from the center.
  • Admission materials required for your intended graduate program.
  • Proof of Financial Support Form with proof of resources (US $31,332*- $33,312* for 9 months or US $45,141* - $48,111* for 12 months. *All fees are subject to change. For dependents to be included on the I-20AB, add $3,500 per academic year for your spouse and $2,000 per academic year for each child. Spouses of F-1 visa holders are not permitted to work under any circumstances. Spouses of J-1 visa holders may obtain permission to work only for his or her and the children’s support.
  • If you are a transfer student from another U.S. college, university, or other school, you must have the college, university, or other schools send us a photocopy of your I-20 form/DS-2019 form, I-94 form, US Visa page, and passport information page along with the International Student Transfer Verification Form

APSU Facilities and Infrastructure

Campus Life at APSU

The college experience is just as much about experiences outside of the classroom as it is in. Austin Peay offers a wide range of activities to suit all tastes.

From organizations to athletics, academic and cultural events; students, faculty and staff have all sorts of options for activities both day and night.

Student Life

Student on campus Students can make the most of their time at Austin Peay by joining an organization or club, living on campus or attending any number of events.

As an APSU student, a majority of your time is spent OUTSIDE of the classroom. Make it count by joining one of our student organizations or clubs, taking part in a service opportunity or attending a special program or event.

The SLE office is dedicated to serving students. We are conveniently located on the main level of the Morgan University Center. Visit us to answer any questions or help you get involved on campus....or just stop by to hang out!

Athletics

  • The school's athletic teams, most of which compete in the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC), are known as the "Governors" in honor of the school's namesake. The school's popular cheer is, "Let's go, Peay!"
  • The football team had participated in the Pioneer Football League, but on April 8, 2005 announced that it was leaving the Pioneer League at the conclusion of the 2005 season and that the football program would rejoin the Ohio Valley Conference in 2007.
  • The basketball Govs and Lady Govs have a long tradition of excellence in the OVC. Coach Dave Loos has led Austin Peay to three NCAA tournament berths, on the way to becoming one of the most respected coaches in the conference, as well as its winningest coach. Notable players such as Trenton Hassell and Bubba Wells continue to emerge from the program. In 1987, Austin Peay stunned Illinois in the first round 68-67, becoming just the third 14th-seeded team to knock off a No. 3 seed.
  • In July–August 2006, the Tennessee Titans had their first training camp on the campus.

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