Thanks to a partnership between APSU, Kubota Tractor Corporation and Clarksville-based Coleman Tractor Company, APSU received six Kubota hay products — a donation of equipment valued at over $250,000. The tools will aid farm faculty and students in both maintaining the farm as well as educating students on modern agricultural practices.
Lorilee Rager, '01

 Owner, Thrive Creative Group

"The APSU Bachelors of Fine Arts program provided me with the education and practical experience I needed to succeed in my industry. More important, my professors and classmates served as great resources that today I still continue to network with in my career."

Since the early 1960s, prospective students and area manufacturers have asked that question, and today (May 11, 2017), the Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) finally provided them with an answer. During its quarterly meeting, THEC approved Austin Peay’s first engineering program, allowing the University to begin offering a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.S.E.) degree, with a major in Engineering Physics next fall.
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