Austin Peay State University is located on an urban campus that for over 180 years has been used for educational purposes and on which the buildings of five colleges have stood. APSU is located in Clarksville, Tennessee, the state's fifth largest and youngest city. The school is named after former Tennessee Governor Austin Peay, a Clarksville native. Austin Peay is a four-year public, masters level university offering over 56 majors and 63 different concentrations.
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Austin Peay State University is a comprehensive university committed to raising the educational attainment of the citizenry, developing programs and services that address regional needs, and providing collaborative opportunities that connect university expertise with private and public resources. Collectively, these endeavors contribute significantly to the intellectual, economic, social, physical, and cultural development of the region. APSU prepares students to be engaged and productive citizens, while recognizing that society and the marketplace require global awareness and continuous learning. This mission will be accomplished by:
APSU's vision is to create a collaborative, integrative learning community, instilling in students habits of critical inquiry as they gain knowledge, skills, and values for life and work in a global society.
The dust has finally settled and we've arrived at GREAT Change Day. GREAT Change Day is your opportunity to switch to a different room on campus. Because we're near capacity, moving options are slim. We'll be making changes on a first-come, first-serve basis.
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. -Plenty of offense was evident in the Austin Peay State University's first basketball scrimmage, Wednesday afternoon. But it was on the defensive end that left head coach Dave Loos shaking his head.
In fact, between the two halves of basketball the two teams combined for 169 points; the Black team won the first half, 51-38, and the second half, 39-38.
"We can score, no question about that," Loos said. "But we could score last year. I am discouraged with the defense and the energy we showed on that end of the court."
Senior center John Fraley scored 29 points over the two halves, 15 in the first half and 14 more in the second, connecting on a combined 14 of 19 from the floor.
"John played good around the basket, but at the same time I am sure how much he was contested," Loos said.
In the first half, Will Triggs aided Fraley with 11 points by bulling his way inside. Justin Blake added nine, all on three pointers for the Black.
Freshman Chris Freeman led the White team with 10 points in the first half.
In the second half, it was fellow senior Josh Terry aiding Fraley's White team with 10 points while TyShwan Edmondson led a balanced Black team with nine points. Freshman guard Herdie Lawrence added eight points, including a pair of three pointers.
The Governors will scrimmage for a second time, 3 p.m., Sunday, in Dave Aaron Arena.
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.
Check out the wealth of events happening every day and night on Austin Peay's campus, many of which are open to the general public.
Watch the Govs and Lady Govs compete in Division I athletics or promote a healthy lifestyle by visiting one of our recreational facilities.
Austin Peay offers various non-academic support services to help you transition, enjoy and make the most out of your college life.
Austin Peay is well known for its arts heritage, from award-winning publications and art exhibitions to our nationally-recognized concert hall. We also developed the state's first Hispanic Cultural Center.
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.
Your best bet is to come in with a "mutual swap" in mind. In other words, if you find someone that wants to switch rooms with you, and you with them, let us know and, provided there's no Freshmen/Upperclassmen/Honors requirements for those halls, your chances for a move are high.
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