National Alumni Association

The APSU National Alumni Association (NAA) operates under the direction of a volunteer Board of Directors which meets semi-annually to discuss new ideas and vote on services and programs for alumni.  The decisions of the NAA are carried out daily by the Alumni Relations Office.

Get Involved

Once a student graduates from Austin Peay, they are automatically considered part of the National Alumni Association. There are no fees or membership dues required to get involved with your local alumni group. When you receive your diploma from Austin Peay State University, you are forever a Governor! As a graduate from the University, involvement in its Association should go without reason.
In addition, anyone who completes at least 12 credit hours and is not currently enrolled as a student at APSU is considered an alumni. To become more involved with your local alumni group please complete the below information.

 

APSU National Alumni Association Mission Statement & Purpose

The APSU National Alumni Association is dedicated to advancing the mission of Austin Peay State University. We strive to facilitate a lifetime connection of alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends with Austin Peay State University and each other. We create relevant services, programs and events that increase the visibility of the University and foster lifetime engagement, loyalty, pride and support for APSU. 

We promote the general welfare of Austin Peay State University, its student body, faculty, administration, staff, and alumni. Underlying all that we do is the belief in the value of education to the well-being of society, and a commitment to service, integrity and diversity. 

 

Vision Statement

To be the central organization connecting and serving all alumni, friends, faculty and staff of the Austin Peay State University family. The APSU National Alumni Association aspires to be a primary linkage between the university and its family of alumni across the globe, to commit them to the university's missions of life-long learning, discovery and engagement, and to attract them to university service.