Military Student Center
The Military Student Center now housed in the new William E. and Sadako S. Newton Military Family Resource Center, has a computer lab with printer, a lounge, and dining area to allow students to either work on homework or to relax and unwind from the day surrounded by fellow like-minded students. The Center offers programs throughout the academic year to address the unique challenges our Military-Affiliated student population faces. One such program is the Texts for Vets program; which relies on textbook donations to provide textbooks to students free of charge.
We are available every week day that the school is open to assist students, our address is 426 College St. beside the APSU Bookstore. Please come in and visit us, our Fall and Spring semester hours are:
Monday - Thursday 7:00am - 5:00pm
Friday 7:00am - 4:30pm
****The center is open to all students, no military affiliation is required.****
When I went to the Military Student Center, that helped me stay focused and encouraged me to want to do better, because when I was struggling in some of my classes, like biology and math, they had people there who were majoring in that type of thing, and they were more than happy to help, or find help for me.
I get to do a great service to not only military-affiliated students and veterans, but anybody can come use the (Military Student Center) and use our textbook program. I greatly enjoy expanding on that program. We really provide a heck of service.
After 25 years of service in the United States Army, transitioning from military life to a college lifestyle was interesting, I’m glad I had an opportunity to receive guidance and advice from the staff to help me navigate this brand-new world.
The Military Student Center Provides:
- A computer lab with online access, a printer, and CAC readers.
- A dining area to eat, study, or talk with your peers.
- A lounge to unwind and relax.
- Events include educational, informational, and family-oriented programming throughout the year.
- Programs throughout the academic year that address the unique challenges facing our student population.
- Student/Peer Coaching - staff provides guidance and advice on how to navigate college and transition from military to college life.
- Texts for Vets relies on student textbook donations to provide textbooks for fellow students, free of charge. (first-come, first-served program)
THANK YOU TO THOSE WHO SERVED AND THOSE WHO SACRIFICED.