Services for Fort Campbell Students
The following information is for students who are taking classes at the Fort Campbell Campus.
Students do not have to come to the Woodward Library to get research assistance. You may Ask the InfoHub for assistance by email, online chat, text, Zoom, or phone.
How to Guides include information about citing your sources, using the citation management tools, the research process, evaluating sources, the difference between popular magazines and scholarly journals, avoiding plagiarism, and other useful tips and techniques.
Video Tutorials provide information about library services and resources, avoiding plagiarism, and using the APA style guide.
Research Guides are located on the Library’s website to assist students with selecting the best resources to complete assignments and research projects.
Electronic Resources: Woodward Library provides a wide variety of web-based resources to support teaching, learning, and research. Currently enrolled APSU students may use the Library’s online resources from home, work, school, or wherever they have an internet connection.
To access the Library’s online resources, use the Article Databases webpage and select the database you want to use. When you click on the link, if you are on campus you will be connected directly to the database.
If you are off campus you will see the Remote Access (Remote Patron Authentication) login screen with instructions prompting you to log in. Your login credentials are your OneStop login and password.
If you followed the steps above and are still unable to connect, contact the Library’s Access Assistance Desk at 931-221-7978 or via email.
Borrowing and Lending
Borrowing Books & A/V Materials: Students at locations away from the Clarksville Campus may request books, government publications, and audiovisual materials from the Library’s collection to be mailed to them. Note that this service is available only to students at the Fort Campbell Center, dual enrollment high school sites, and students taking online classes who live more than 50 miles away from the Clarksville Campus.
Texts for Vets: The Texts for Vets Program was created to help APSU students overcome the financial burden of purchasing textbooks. The program is completely FREE and open to all local students, including those attending classes at the Fort Campbell Campus.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL): If the Library does not have an item you need, you may request it via the ILLiad interlibrary loan service. Note that shipping times may be a week or more, because items have to be shipped to the Woodward Library and then mailed to you. Students are responsible for double-checking their address information, the expense of mailing items back to the Library, and for ensuring that materials are received back at the Woodward Library by the due date. Overdue items are subject to a late fee.
Links to Other University Resources
Newton Military Family Resource Center: Provides the University’s military-affiliated students (active-duty military, veterans, reservists, National Guard members, ROTC cadets, retirees and military families) with a one-stop shop for most of their social, financial and academic needs.
Learning Resource Center: Services include online tutoring and one-on-one peer tutoring.
Student Disability Resource Center: Their mission is to ensure access to all curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students with disabilities.
Distance Education: Information about online programs and courses, technology tools and support, and much more.
GovsTech Help Desk: Technology related information and support services.
Registrar's Office: Information about registration, transfer credit, graduation and degree evaluation, and transcript requests.
Student Financial Aid: Information about and assistance with financial aid resources.
Writing Center: Free one-on-one assistance, instruction, and feedback to improve writing skills.
Use the University website's A to Z Index to find information about other APSU resources, services, and offices not listed above.