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APSU

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Clarksville, Tennessee Austin Peay State University Austin Peay State University First built as an educational institute in 1806, the beautiful Clarksville campus became Austin Peay in 1927. Housing Majors at APSU Austin Peay is in the heart of downtown Clarksville, and if that isn't enough for you, Nashville is only 45 minutes away. Student Life Admission Requirements for Unconditional Admission Satisfactory completion of all 14 required core high school courses Students must have either a 2.85 GPA or a composite ACT score of 20 Satisfactory ACT/SAT scores in two of the three core areas: mathematics,
reading, and English Cost of Attendance Tuition and Fees Students can apply for conditional admission with: 2.75-2.84 GPA Completion of the required 14 high school courses or ACT Composite of 19 In State Tuition Full Time(12 Credit Hours)........$3,324
Additonal per credit hour..........$$45/hour Fees Application fee (nonrefundable) ........$15
Books (estimated per semester) ......$300
Housing prepayment..........................$200
I.D. card................................................no charge for initial I.D. card
New student fee (first-time freshman) .......$75
Post office box (optional for commuting students) .......$9
On Campus Rent Security Deposit
Electricity Transportation Cable Food Internet 4,400-5,800 None Included
Walk to class Included(with movies) 2,614 Included Off Campus 7,200 500
90/month One car, 10-50 miles/day 60/month (basic cable) (15/day) 5,040 42.95/month
Comparison for 2011-2012 on campus rates and off campus community average rates All residence halls have free laundry rooms, vending machines, wireless internet, and nearby parking. Accounting
Agriculture
Art
Biology
Chemistry
Communication Arts
Computer Science and IT
Criminal Justice- Homeland Security
Dental Hygiene (pre-professional)
Dentistry(pre-professional)
Economics
Education Studies
English
Finance
Food Technology(pre-professional)
Foreign Language
Forestry
General Business
Geoscience Health
Health(pre-professional)
History
Law(pre-professional)
Management
Mathematics
Medicine(pre-professional)
Music
Music Education
Music Performance
Nursing
Optometry(pre-professional)
Pharmacy-2 or 3 year pre-professional
Philosophy
Physical Therapy(pre-professional)
Physics
Political Science
Political Science Legal Studies
Psychology Radiologic Technology
Social Work
Sociology
Spanish
Special Education
Studio Art
Veterinary Medicine(pre-prof) Total cost for one year living on campus: ~$15,226 There are over 120 student clubs and organizations on campus Austin Peay has a Center of Excellence in Field Biology as well as Creative Arts On campus there is a Subway, Starbucks, Einstein Bros. Bagels, Papa Johns, Chick-fil-A, Zona Mexicana, Grill Nation, and Outtakes food to go. There is also the APSU Cafe. Governor's Guard Battalion ` ROTC is one of the best routes to take to become an Officer in the United States Army. Austin Peay is home to one of the best ROTC Battalions in the country. ROTC offers a variety of benefits to students. Trained to be a leader and officer in the Army Earn up to $1200 a month, just for going to school and being in ROTC. When you graduate, you will be commissioned into the Active, Reserve, or National Guard branch of the Army as a Second Lieutenant. Travel to Fort Lewis, Washington to compete during the summer of your Junior year in college
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