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2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

Admission to Austin Peay



Undergraduate Admission Policies

Office of Admissions
Ellington Building Lobby

Prospective students are encouraged to submit an application as early as possible. After the deadline, only those students who are eligible for full admission will be considered. Those who submit applications and are admitted after the stated deadlines may be required to delay enrollment until the beginning of the next term or semester. Students must be admitted to be considered for scholarship opportunities. Admission to APSU is a selective process; applicant assessments and other credentials must indicate a reasonable chance for success in completing academic work at APSU. Applicants for admission to APSU, either for the Clarksville campus, Highland Crest in Springfield, Pellissippi in Knoxville, or the Fort Campbell campus are encouraged to submit an application online; paper applications may be submitted by mail to Austin Peay State University, Office of Admissions, Box 4548, Clarksville, TN 37044.

Austin Peay State University and the Board of Trustees admission policies, procedures, and credentials are subject to change at anytime without notification. The following represents the most up-to-date policies, procedures, and credentials at the time this Bulletin was produced.

Deadlines for Filing Applications

Application deadlines can be found, by semester or term, on the APSU Academic Calendar, located at www.apsu.edu/Registrar/acadcal.

Freshman Applicants

A firtst-time freshman applicant is a student who enters APSU with fewer than 12 transferable credit hours after graduating high school must meet freshman admission requirements. Students who were dual enrolled in college courses still in high school considered a new freshman, regardless of the number of hours while in High School. Applicants must submit an application for admission, the $25 application fee, ACT or SAT scores, and high school transcript or GED/HiSET scores.

High School Graduation

Public School—graduates of public schools must submit an official high school transcript showing dates/terms of attendance, credits earned while enrolled, and date of graduation. Transcripts for graduates of Tennessee public high schools must note that the applicant passed the required proficiency examinations. The Special Education diploma or High School Certificate is not accepted.

Non-Public School—graduates of all non-public high schools must submit an official transcript showing dates/terms of attendance, credits earned, and date of graduation. Transcripts of home-school applicants must provide an official copy from an affiliated organization as defined by state law (TCA 49-50-801) or it may be accompanied by certification of registration from the local education agency which the student would otherwise attend. Purchased transcripts from organizations not requiring high school attendance for completion of grades 9-12 are considered unsatisfactory documentation of high school graduation. Applicants who are unable to provide a satisfactory high school credential may substitute acceptable scores on the GED or HiSET examination.

Completion of Required High School Courses

All students graduating from high school since 1989 must show proof of satisfactory completion of all college prep courses including U.S. History. A detailed description of courses may be found in Appendix A .  See Appendix B  for information regarding removal of high school deficiencies.

Assessment Requirements

All freshman applicants must submit assessment scores with the application for admission.

Students under 21 years of age.  ACT/SAT scores earned within 5 years of the first day of the first semester or term of enrollment are required. Scores submitted will be used in making admissions decisions; English, mathematics and reading scores will be used in determining placement in university courses.University Academic Policies . Applicants who present an ACT English score of 28 through 30 (620-680 SAT) will receive academic credit for ENGL 1010 . Applicants who present an ACT English score of 31 through 36 (690-800 SAT) will receive academic credit for ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Credits will be applied to the student’s academic record after the completion of the first semester or term of enrollment.

Active duty military are exempt from ACT/SAT testing but will be required or a placement assessment, if no scores are available.

Students 21 and over. Students unable to submit valid ACT/SAT scores earned within 5 years of the first day of class must take a placement assessment, if necessary.    Scores submitted will be used in making admissions decisions; English, mathematics and reading scores will be used in determining placement in university courses. Placement considerations may be found in University Academic Policies  .

Admission Standards

Austin Peay State University invites applications from all prospective students. All complete applications are reviewed carefully to determine the likelihood of the applicant’s completion of academic requirements leading to graduation in a timely manner. Admission decisions are based on academic performance in high school, assessment scores (ACT, SAT, or other) and completion of all TBR high school requirements with grades earned in those courses. By reviewing the published admissions criteria, prospective students are able to determine their likelihood of admission to the university.

Freshman Under 21 Years of Age
Full Admission

  1. Satisfactory completion of all college prep courses including U.S. History; and
  2. One of the following:
    • High school GPA of 2.85 or higher; or
    • ACT cumulative score of 20 or higher; or
    • SAT 940 (Critical reading and Mathematics) prior to March 2016; or
    • SAT 1020 (Evidence Based Reading and Writing and Mathematics) March 2016 and after; or
    • GED score of 580 or higher (45 prior to January 2002 or 450 from January 2002-December 2013) with a passing notation or HiSET score of 45 or higher with a passing notation; and
  3. Satisfactory ACT/SAT scores in two of the three core areas: mathematics, reading, and English.
  4. No remedial placement from ACT/SAT in mathematics, reading, and English.

Conditional Admission

  1. Satisfactory completion of all college prep courses including U.S. History required by TBR; and
  2. One of the following:
    • High school GPA of 2.75 – 2.84; or
    • ACT cumulative score of 19; or
    • SAT 900 (Critical reading and Mathematics) prior to March 2016; or
    • SAT 980 ( Evidence Based Reading and Writing and Mathematics) March 2016 and after; or
    • GED score of 580 or higher (45 prior to January 2002 or 450 from January 2002-December 2013) with a passing notation or HiSET score of 45 or higher with a passing notation; and
  3. No remedial placement from ACT/SAT in the three core areas: mathematics, reading, and English.

Freshman 21 Years of Age and Older (first day of first semester or term of enrollment)
Full Admission

  1. Satisfactory completion of all college prep courses including U.S. History if graduating from high school since 1989 or GED score of 580 or higher (45 prior to January 2002 or 450 from January 2002-December 2013) with a passing notation or HiSET score of 45 or higher with a passing notation; and
  2. Satisfactory placement scores in 2 of 3 core areas – Algebra, reading, and English (writing). 
  3. No remedial placement from placement scores in the 3 core areas – Algebra, reading, and English (writing).

Conditional Admission

  1. Satisfactory completion of all college prep courses including U.S. History if graduating from high school since 1989 or GED score of 580 or higher (45 prior to January 2002 or 450 from January 2002-December 2013) with a passing notation or HiSET score of 45 or higher with a passing notation; and
  2. No remedial placement from placement scores in the 3 core areas – Algebra, reading, and English (writing).

Conditionally Admitted Students Enter On Academic Probation

During the first semester of enrollment they are required to complete academic strengthening requirements that include:

  1. Enroll in APSU 1000  for conditional students
  2. Monitored absenteeism for class
  3. Participate in peer tutoring
  4. Achieve a 1.5 cumulative GPA during the first semester or term of enrollment. (Not doing so results in a non-appealable academic suspension.)

Freshmen with High School Deficiencies (Admission by Exception)
Applicants who have not satisfactorily completed all college prep courses including U.S. History may achieve admission by exception by satisfying these requirements:

  1. No more than two high school unit deficiencies (to be removed during first 30 hours of enrollment), and;
  2. One of the following:
    ACT composite score of 21 or higher and high school diploma; or
    SAT cumulative score or 980 or higher and high school diploma; or
    High school GPA of 3.0 (4.0 scale) and high school diploma; or
    GED score of 600 or higher (45 prior to January 2002 or 450 from January 2002-December 2013) with a passing notation or HiSET score of 45 or higher with a passing notation; and
  3. Satisfactory ACT/SAT scores in two of the three core areas: mathematics, reading, and English.
  4. No remedial placement from ACT/SAT in mathematics, reading, and English.

Alternative Standards
Any applicant who does not fulfill requirements for any other category of admission may submit an Admissions Decision Appeal Request form to be considered by the university’s Committee on Admissions Standards. The form to be submitted is located on the Office of Admissions website at www.apsu.edu/admissions/admitted/online_forms.php . Students who are admitted by alternative standards are conditionally admitted and enter on academic probation.

Admission for Subsequent Semester
Prospective students who did not register and wish to be considered for admission for a subsequent semester or term must request their application for admission be moved to the desired semester or term.

Transfer Applicants

A transfer applicant is a student who has earned 12 or more transferable credits from a college or university. Transfer students who have earned fewer than 12 transferable credits must meet freshman admission standards. A student who was dual enrolled in college courses while still in high school and has not attended college AFTER high school graduation is considered as a new freshman, regardless of the number of hours earned with dual enrollment. In order to be considered for admission, the transfer applicant must be in good standing (not suspended) from the last institution attended. Applicants must submit official transcripts from all institutions attended whether or not credit was earned, an application for admission, the $25 application fee, and high school transcript or GED or HiSET scores. Not doing so may result in dismissal from the University.

Applicants’ college grade point average must meet the following requirements:

Quality Hours
Earned
Minimum Grade-
Point Average
 

 
12-29
30-45
46-59
60 and above
1.50
1.80
1.90
2.00
 
     

You will find policies regarding transferability of earned credits in the  University Academic Policies  section of this Bulletin.

Prospective students who qualify as transfer applicants must submit the following for consideration:

  1. Official transcript(s) from all previously attended colleges and universities (mailed or sent electronically directly from the institution(s) to the APSU Office of Admissions). Failure to identify all institutions attended (whether or not credit was received) is cause for dismissal from the University. 
  2. Take a placement assessment, if college level math, English and history was not taken at previous institution(s).; and
  3. One of the following:
    1. Official high school transcript(s) from all previously attended secondary schools (mailed or sent electronically directly from institution(s) to the APSU Office of Admissions (Special education diplomas or high school certificates of attendance are not acceptable), or
    2. GED score of 580 or higher (45 prior to January 2002 or 450 from January 2002-December 2013) with a passing notation or HiSET score of 45 or higher with a passing notation.
    3. The exception to this requirement is high school graduation or GED or HiSET testing prior to 1989.

When all official transcripts have been received by the Office of Admissions and the applicant is notified that the application and evaluation process is complete, the transfer student may proceed with enrollment after completing the on-line Transfer Orientation. Applicants who are accepted but whose transfer documentation is incomplete may register at an appropriate on-campus registration session. Transfer students whose documentation is complete and prefer to come to campus to enroll may do so by attending the appropriate on-campus registration session. Please contact the Transfer Coordinator for further information at 931- 221-7280 or transfercenter@apsu.edu.

Early Admission Freshmen Applicants

Early admission criteria applies to any prospective students who have not yet graduated from high school but who wish to enter APSU full-time after their junior year. Such students may achieve admission by meeting the following requirements.

  1. Admission application; and
  2. High School Authorization form; and
  3. High school cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher (on a 4.0 scale); and
  4. One of the following:
    1. ACT composite score of 22 or higher, or
    2. SAT cumulative score of 1020 or higher (test taken prior to March 2016); or
    3. SAT cumulative score of 1100 or higher (test taken March 2016 and after); and
  5. Recommendation of high school principal or guidance counselor and consent of parent(s) or guardian(s); and
  6. Written statement from high school principal specifying college courses that will be substituted for remaining high school courses needed for high school graduation.

Concurrent Enrollment

(students attending APSU while still enrolled in high school)
Students are considered for dual enrollment when they expect to receive both high school and university credit for courses taken to be applied to high school graduation. Students who earn university credit that will not apply to high school graduation apply for joint enrollment. Prospective students who wish to attend APSU while still enrolled in high school must comply with the following requirements

  1. Dual Enrollment (both high school and college credit awarded for courses taken)
    1. Admission application; and
    2. High School Authorization form; and
    3. Must have completed sophomore year with a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or higher (on a 4.0 scale); and
    4. One of the following:
      1. ACT sub-score of 19 or higher (English and math), or
      2. SAT sub-score of 460 or higher (Critical Reading and math – test taken prior to March 2016); or
      3. SAT sub-score of 500 or higher (Evidence Based Reading and Writing and math – test taken March 2016 and after)
      4. Aspire sub-score of 431 or higher in math and 434 or higher in English, or
      5. Plan sub-score of 19 or higher (English and math), or
      6. PSAT sub-score of 46 or higher (Critical Reading and math - test taken prior to March 2016), or
      7. PSAT sub score of 25 in Reading and 24.5 in math Test scores section (test taken March 2016 and after)
    5. Recommendation of high school principal or guidance counselor; and
    6. Written parental or guardian approval; and
    7. Approval by high school of University credits received.
  2. Joint Enrollment (University credit only; credits earned do not apply to high school diploma)
    1. Admission application; and
    2. High School Authorization form; and
    3. Must have completed sophomore year with a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or higher (on a 4.0 scale); and
    4. One of the following:
      1. ACT sub-score of 19 or higher (English and math), or
      2. SAT sub-score of 460 or higher (Critical Reading and math – test taken prior to March 2016); or
      3. SAT sub-score of 500 or higher (Evidence Based Reading and Writing and math – test taken March 2016 and after)
      4. Aspire sub-score of 431 or higher in math and 434 or higher in English, or
      5. Plan sub-score of 19 or higher (English and math), or
      6. PSAT sub-score of 46 or higher (Critical Reading and math - test taken prior to March 2016), or
      7. PSAT sub score of 25 in Reading and 24.5 in math Test scores section (test taken March 2016 and after)
    5. Recommendation of high school principal or guidance counselor; and
    6. Written parental or guardian approval
  3. Academically talented/gifted high school students (both high school and college credit awarded for courses taken)
    1. Admissions application; and
    2. High School Authorization form; and
    3. Must have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.2 or higher (on a 4.0 scale); and
    4. Must be enrolled in grade 9, 10, 11, or 12 in public or private high schools in Tennessee; and
    5. Recommendation of high school principal and approval of placement as a part of the student’s planned Individual Education Program (IEP) as established by the high school multi-disciplinary team process; and
    6. Recommendation and approval of the Director of Admissions.

APSU Middle College applicants must be accepted and recommended by the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System. Applicants must meet minimum requirements as established in the APSU/CMCSS Middle College Memorandum of Understanding. For more information, please visit www.cmcss.net/.

Applicants for the Governor’s School for Computational Physics must meet concurrent admissions standards:

  1. Submit Admission application; and
  2. Separate Application for the Tennessee Governor’s School; and
  3. Must have completed sophomore year with a cumulative high school GPA of 3.2 or higher (on a 4.0 scale), and
  4. Recommendation of acceptance by the APSU Governor’s School Selection Committee.

Military Applicants

Military (both active-duty and veterans) are required to submit documents for military credit prior to enrollment. The following documents should be sent to the Office of Admissions directly from the issuing agency except for Form DD 214:

Branches   Documents Needed

Army   JST transcript
Air Force   Community College of the Air Force transcript
Army National Guard   JST transcript or NGB Form 22
Navy   JST transcript
US Marine Corp   JST transcript
US Military Reserves   Enlistment contract 4-1 or 4-2 or DD Form 2586 or JST transcript
Veterans   DD Form 214 Member Copy 4 or
(Retired or Discharged)   other forms with characterization of service


International Applicants

The Office of Admissions handles application procedures for undergraduate international applicants. For information call (931) 221- 7661 or write to: Austin Peay State University, Office of Admissions, Box 4548, Clarksville, TN 37044 or visit the website by clicking here. For information on international student enrollment in graduate programs contact the College of Graduate Studies at (931) 221-7662 or write to: Austin Peay State University, College of Graduate Studies, Box 4458, Clarksville, TN 37044.

Degree-Seeking (All Visa Types Excluding J-1)

  1. Submit an application for admission.
    Complete the international undergraduate application and pay the nonrefundable $25 application fee. Priority application deadline is June 1 for fall semester and October 1 for spring semester.
  2. Submit proof of financial support
  3. Request official transcripts
  4. Request official ACT or SAT scores.  
    ACT Code: 03944 www.act.org
    SAT Code: 1028 www.collegeboard.org
    If currently residing in the U.S, a placement assessment may be taken in place of the ACT or SAT. 
  5. Submit proof of English Language Proficiency.
  6. Submit proof of immunization and medical insurance
  7. Submit copy of passport biographical page. 

Exchange Students (Visa Type J-1)

  1. Submit an application for admission.
    Complete the international undergraduate application and pay the nonrefundable $25 application fee. Priority application deadline is June 1 for fall semester and October 1 for spring semester.
  2. Submit proof of financial support
  3. Request official transcripts 
  4. Submit proof of English Language Proficiency.
  5. Submit proof of immunization and medical insurance.
  6. Submit copy of passport biographical page. 


Permanent Resident Alien. Permanent Resident Aliens must submit front and back copies of their Permanent Resident Alien Card.

General International Applicant Information. All non-immigrants must provide proof of status, including copies of their visa. All international applicants will receive information concerning any special requirements for admission from the Office of Admissions. Student Health Services will provide the Office of Admissions with information concerning policy requirements, associated approximate costs which could be incurred, what would be considered acceptable certification of freedom from tuberculosis, proof of adequate medical and hospitalization insurance, proof of two immunizations with the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccine, and proof of two immunizations with the Varicella (chickenpox) vaccine.

Misrepresentation of Academic Credentials

It is a Class A misdemeanor to misrepresent academic credentials. Applicants and students who commit this offense know that the statement is false and are making the statement with the intent to secure admission or employment in an institution of higher education in Tennessee. This offense includes statements made orally or in writing that the person has

  1. Successfully completed required coursework for and has been awarded one or more degrees or diplomas from an accredited institution of higher education; or
  2. Successfully complete the required coursework for and has been awarded one or more degrees or diplomas from a particular institution of higher education; or
  3. Successfully completed the required coursework for and has been awarded one or more degrees or diplomas in a particular field or specialty from an accredited institution of higher education.

Students who are admitted and later found to have withheld transcripts from institutions in which they have been enrolled may be subject to dismissal from the university.

Secondary school transcripts determined to be from a source that does not require normal high school attendance and awards the transcript based on a fee charged are excluded from consideration for admission. Freshman applicants who have not completed high school must provide GED or HiSET scores.

Non-Degree Seeking Applicants

Applicants who are eligible for non-degree admission include:

Transient Applicants
A student who is currently enrolled and in good standing at another regionally accredited college or university may apply to attend APSU as a transient applicant and may be admitted to the University for one semester/term. This intent must be included in the application for admission. The applicant’s home college must submit a letter of good standing to the Office of Admissions or an official transcript reflecting student’s good standing. An official transcript may be required if needed to document the completion of any prerequisites required for enrollment in course(s). Transient students remaining at Austin Peay will need to re-apply for admission and resubmit a letter of good standing or an official transcript for a subsequent semester/term.

Persons with a College Degree or Certificate
Persons who have a degree or certificate equivalent to the highest degree or certificate offered by a regionally accredited college or university in a particular field, but wish to take additional courses.

Senior Citizens and Disabled Persons
Adults 65 years of age or older during the semester, domiciled in Tennessee, may register in courses for credit on a space available basis and pay maximum tuition of $70 and all applicable fees or a Tennessee resident who is 60 years of age or older may audit a course if space is available at no cost (according to Tennessee law) by filing a birth certificate with the Office of the Registrar. A Tennessee resident who is permanently and totally disabled may register in courses for credit on a space available basis and pay maximum tuition of $70 and all applicable fees or may audit a course if space is available at no cost (according to Tennessee law) by filing an Application for Tuition Reduction Due to Disability and submit proof you are considered 100% disabled through Social Security or other appropriate state or federal agency. To request tuition reduction for disability, you must submit the documentation for each term of enrollment. Request must be submitted prior to the last day of late registration.

Adult Special Applicants
Applicants, (21 years of age or older), who are not interested in earning a degree from the University may apply for admission as an Adult Special Applicant by indicating on their application for admission. Requirements for Freshman Adult Special Students include high school graduation or a minimum GED score of 580 or higher (45 prior to January 2002 or 450 from January 2002-December 2013) with a passing notation or HiSET score of 45 or higher with a passing notation. An official high school transcript or GED score must be submitted to the Office of Admissions; a Special Education Diploma or High School Certificate is not acceptable.

Transfer and readmit applicants must submit a transcript from the last college or university attended. Applicants who are currently suspended from another college or university are not eligible to enroll as Adult Special Students.

Adult Special Students will be limited to enrolling in a maximum of 24 semester hours. Adult Special Students are not allowed to register for college-level courses unless the appropriate prerequisites are completed or a portion of the placement assessment is taken. Adult Special Students who later decide to seek a degree from the University must submit all academic credentials and satisfy all admissions requirements. Applicants who are denied regular admission will be denied admission as a Special Applicant for the same semester.

Readmission Applicants

Readmission Applicants

Applicants seeking readmission to the APSU Clarksville campus must resubmit an application for admission if they have not attended for one calendar year or more and submit all transcripts from every institution attended since last attending APSU, regardless of whether credit was earned. Applicants wishing to apply for readmission to the APSU Center at Fort Campbell and Highland Crest must also resubmit an application and transcript(s) if they have not attended one calendar year or more .

LAST ATTENDED REAPPLY TERM
Fall I Fall II - Following Year
Fall Spring I/Spring - Following Year
Fall II Spring I/Spring - Following Year
Spring I Spring II - Following Year
Spring Summer/Summer III - Following Year
Spring II Summer/Summer III - Following Year
Summer Fall I/Fall - Following Year
Summer III Fall I/Fall - Following Year


Programs with Special Admission Requirements

Business, Education, Nursing, Medical Technology, Radiologic Technology, and Social Work have additional requirements for admission. Students wishing to enter these programs should consult with the departments offering the programs. Admission requirements may change due to availability of institutional resources and/or changes in state licensure requirements.

Immunizations

The state of Tennessee requires all first-time, transfer, readmit and graduate full-time students to provide proof of two immunizations with the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccine and two immunizations with the Varicella (chickenpox) vaccine. A student will not be allowed to register for classes until these requirements are met. For additional information, contact Student Health Services at (931) 221-7107. The state of Tennessee mandates that each public or private post-secondary institution provide information concerning hepatitis B infection to all students entering the institution for the first time. Those students who will be living in on-campus housing for the first time must also submit proof  of meningococcal meningitis vaccination. Tennessee law requires that such students complete and sign a waiver form provided by the institution that includes detailed information about the diseases. The information concerning these diseases is from the Centers for Disease Control and the American College Health Association. The law does not require that students receive the vaccination; however, the law does require students to provide a signed copy of the waiver form to APSU, Student Health Services, Box 4655, Clarksville, TN 37044 or fax to (931) 221-7388.

Lawful Presence

New and returning students applying for Spring 2013 and later must verify their lawful presence in the United States as mandated by the State of Tennessee.  More information on this requirement can be found at the new requirement page.

Residency

An applicant’s residency classification is made at the time of admission in accordance with Tennessee Board of Regents regulations. Non-Tennessee residents classified as in-state for fee payment purposes include military personnel stationed in Tennessee or Fort Campbell, their spouses and dependents, residents from the Kentucky counties of Christian, Logan, Todd, Trigg, Allen, Calloway, and Simpson; and part-time students employed full-time in Tennessee. APSU residency regulations can be found in Appendix C .

Residency Classification:  New, returning and currently enrolled students may appeal in writing to the residency classification officer in the Office of the Registrar on an Application for Residency form. An appeal of the decision made by the Office of Admissions or the Office of the Registrar may be taken to the Residency Appeals Committee. Appointments for students to appear before the committee and copies of written appeals for committee members will be made by the Office of the Registrar. Only appeals from students who appear before the committee are heard. Students who do not wish to appear may have his/her appeal reviewed in absentia.  Unless additional guests are requested in advance and approved by the Committee chair, only the student may appear before the committee. Students may bring additional material to support their appeal at the committee meeting.  All appeals must be done prior to the first day of classes.  Those appealing to the Residency Appeals Committee must submit his/her Residency Appeals Application prior to the committee meeting.  Please consult the Office of the Registrar for those committee meeting dates. 

For More Information

Undergraduate Admission
Office of Admissions
Box 4548
Clarksville, TN 37044
Phone: (931) 221-7661
Fax: (931) 221-6168
E-mail: admissions@apsu.edu
Web: apsu.edu/admissions
APSU Federal School Code: 003478

Graduate Admission
Box 4458
Clarksville, TN 37044
Phone: (931) 221-7662
Fax: (931) 221-7641
E-mail: gradstudies@apsu.edu
Web: apsu.edu/grad-studies

Immunizations and Medical Records
Student Health Services
Box 4655
Clarksville, TN 37044
Phone: (931) 221-7107
Fax: (931) 221-7388
Web: apsu.edu/healthservices

Financial Aid Information
Financial Aid Office
Box 4546
Clarksville, TN 37044
Phone: (931) 221-7907
Fax: (931) 221-6329
E-mail: SFAO@apsu.edu
Web: apsu.edu/financialaid
APSU Federal School Code: 003478

ACT Tests
American College Testing Program
P.O. Box 4065
Iowa City, IA 52243-4063
Phone: (319) 337-1270
Web: www.actstudent.org
APSU’s Institutional ACT Code: 3944

SAT Tests
The College Board Headquarters
45 Columbus Avenue
New York, NY 10023
Phone: (212) 713-8000
Web: www.collegeboard.com
APSU’s Institutional SAT Code: 1028

Placement Exams
APSU Testing Office
Phone: (931) 221-6269
Email: testingcenter@apsu.edu
Web: apsu.edu/testing

TOEFL Exams
TOEFL Services
P.O. Box 6151
Princeton, NJ 08541-6151
USA
Phone: (609) 771-7100
Web: www.toefl.org
APSU Institutional TOEFL Code: 1028

Dual or Joint Enrollment
High School Counselors’ Offices or
APSU Dual Enrollment
Box 4428
Clarksville, TN 37044
Phone: (931) 221-7175
Fax: (931) 221-7748
E-mail: gosooner@apsu.edu
Web: http://www.apsu.edu/govnow/

Foreign Transcript Translation and Evaluation
Global Education Inc.
2 East Congress St., Suite 900
Tuscon, AZ 85701
Phone: (520) 202-7800 or (520) 877-7867
Fax: (305) 534-3487 or Fax: (305) 534-3487
E-mail: info@globaledu.com or translation@globaledu.com
Web: http://www.globaledu.com

World Education Services
Bowling Green Station
P.O. Box 5087
New York, NY 10274-5087
Phone: (212) 966-6311
Fax: (212) 739-6100
Web: http://www.wes.org/index.asp

Complete list of approved agencies located:
NACES http://www.naces.org/members.html