7 area students earn APSU scholarships

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Austin Peay State University celebrates the high-achieving freshmen who have been offered the Provost Out-of-State Scholarship for the fall 2020 semester. Out-of-state students meeting the criteria of a 3.0 GPA and a 21 ACT or 1060 SAT qualify for a Provost Out-of-State Scholarship.

Area recipients include:

  • Shelby Williams, of Cullman
  • Justis Freeman, of Cullman
  • Dustin Speake, of Cullman
  • Marigrace Dunn, of Cullman
  • McKenzi Brooks, of Vinemont

Austin Peay State University celebrates the high-achieving freshmen who have been offered the Advancement Scholarship and the Provost Out-of-State Scholarship for the fall 2020 semester. The Advancement Scholarships are for freshman students who have a 3.5 GPA and 22 ACT or 1100 SAT. Additionally, out-of-state students meeting the criteria of a 3.0 GPA and a 21 ACT or 1060 SAT qualify for a Provost Out-of-State Scholarship.

Area recipients include:

  • McKenzi Brooks, of Vinemont
  • Riley Lockley, of Arab

 

Austin Peay State University – Tennessee’s fastest-growing public university – has drastically reduced its out-of-state tuition.

Doctor Rex Gandy, APSU provost, recommended the 43.5 percent out-of-state tuition reduction as a way of improving diversity at the regional university.

“In many cases, our tuition rates are now below what universities in other states offer their own residents,” he said. “And students who choose to come here will find a thriving campus with a more than 200-year history.”

The hard work and commitment to academic excellence of the students named above have paid off, and APSU is excited they chose to “Be A Gov” for their higher education.

To find out more about the University and its out-of-state offerings, visit www.apsu.edu/outofstate.