Registering for courses at Austin Peay State University is important to your path to graduation. You will do this at least once a semester, and we want to ensure that information related to this process is readily available.
There are many different elements that contribute to effective and efficient registration. Please review the list below, and utilize the pages linked if further information is needed.
Key Areas: Priority Registration | Key Contact Areas | Changing your Major, Minor, Concentration, or Academic Interest | Course Choice Counts | Four Year Plan | Degree Audit / Degree Works | OneStop Advising Page | Academic Advisor | Academic Holds | Registering | Withdrawing from a Course/Changing Time | Confirming Classes
Students can register at different times due to their classification at the university. If you are a currently enrolled student, the date is when registration opens, not when you have to register by. If you are not attending classes during the semester, you are able to register at the date displayed for 'Open Registration' and thereafter!
Open Registration (October 28): Opens to all students including readmit students who have completed all readmission requirements, Transient and Special students. Students may continue to register until classes begin. Earned hours DO NOT include the courses in which you are currently registered for or any developmental (DSP) course work.
Example 1: At the end of Fall you had 40 earned hours (no DSP hours). You are currently registered for 12 hours; you would register on October 26 (40 earned hrs - 0 DSP hrs = 40 earned hrs).
Example 2: At the end of Fall you had 30 earned hours (6 DSP hours). You are currently registered for 15 hours; you would register October 27 (30 earned hrs - 6 DSP hrs = 24 earned hrs).
You may want to change your major or academic interest at the university; however, there are several key steps that need to be taken before a major or academic interest change occurs.
Step 1. Contact your Academic Advisor
Step 2. Contact the Office of Financial Aid to see if changing your major will impact your financial aid/scholarships at 931-221-7907 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 3. If all approved, go to OneStop.
If you are not currently utilizing Tennessee Promise:
To change your major, add/change a minor, add/change your major concentration:
Go to OneStop → Web Self Service → Student → Registration → Change or Declare Major, Concentration and/or Minor → Change Major
If you are currently utilizing Tennessee Promise:
To change your academic interest:
Go to OneStop → Web Self Service → Student → Registration → Change or Declare Major, Concentration and/or Minor → Change Academic Interest
For more instructions on how to change your academic programming, please review the web page below.
In order for federal aid to pay for courses in your major, minor, or other degree requirements, it must be part of your program of study or be necessary to earn the total hours required for your degree. Taking courses not a part of your program of study could result in receiving less federal financial aid and potentially having to pay for courses out-of-pocket. Learn more about Course Choice Counts below!
You can check if/how the classes you are advised for fit into your Degree Plan with the Degree Works 'What-If' video below:
Your four year sample plan is an example of what your four year degree could look like. Keep in mind, in some majors, the exact course ordering is not important. For other majors, the ordering of courses may be important. Be sure to speak to your Academic Advisor regarding this to make sure you are on the path to graduate! Use the 'Program Finder' below to find your four-year degree sample plan!
Viewing your degree audit is an essential tool of your path to graduation at Austin Peay State University. The Degree Works team has put together a video that explains how to access and review your Degree Audit.
If you have further questions, please feel free to review the Degree Works website.
You will navigate to your AP OneStop Advising Page and see if the semester(s) you are planning to register for have a 'green' checkmark.
How do you get to your AP OneStop Advising Page? Go to OneStop → Advising Page → Scroll down until you see the 'Advising and Registration Information' area.
More information about what you can find on the AP OneStop Advising Page can be found below.
You can review who your Academic Advisor is on your AP OneStop Advising Page as shown below. This area should be at the top right of your AP OneStop Advising Page. You can click the name of your Academic Advisor to e-mail them.
If you do not see an Academic Advisor listed, please contact your Academic department's (i.e. English) Administrative Assistant to get one assigned to you. If you are classified as a Freshmen student, please contact University Student Success.
You can find information related to your departments contact with the link below:
If you have questions about how to review your AP OneStop Advising Page, or what key information it has on it, please feel free to review the link below.
There are a number of different holds that could prevent your registration. It is important that you review your account to see if you have holds. You can review if you have a hold on your AP OneStop Advising Page in several areas. One of the most important areas is the top of your Advising Page.
If the 'Holds' says 'YES,' click the 'YES' text, or scroll down the AP OneStop Advising Page to the 'Administrative Holds' area. If the hold is showing under Administrative Holds, call the 'Originator.' More information on 'Originators' can be found on the 'Academic Holds Preventing Registration' web page below.
If you cannot view your hold, it is recommended to call the Office of the Registrar at (931) 221-7150.
For more information about the types of holds that you can have, and who to contact, please review the page below.
There are a number of ways to register for classes at Austin Peay State University, but one of the easiest ways is utilizing our AP Schedule Planner system. The video below explains the process in-depth.
Altering your academic schedule can have implications on your financial aid, scholarships, and graduation progress. It is important that you contact your Academic Advisor before making any decisions regarding changing your schedule, and if you are utilizing any scholarships or financial aid, to contact the Office of Financial Aid.
Instructions on how to drop a course, change the times of a course, or switch the section, can be found below.
Yes! Confirming your classes is important to maintaining your schedule for the semester! More information about how to confirm your classes, and what it means if you do not confirm your classes can be reviewed below.