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Richard G. Trefry Archives Exhibits

American Public University System’s Richard G. Trefry Archives contain documents and items that represent the history, development, and progress of the institution as its recorded memory.

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Academics at APUS: Education, Growth, and Success


Providing high quality higher education is an essential part of American Public University System's Mission. Since the University's founding in 1991, APUS has supported student scholarship and successful academic programs. APUS' academic achievements, student-body growth, and institutional milestones are represented in this Richard G. Trefry Archives Exhibit, Academics at APUS: Education, Growth, and Success. The items featured in this exhibit are a small sample of the University's academic awards, catalogs, programs, and student experiences.

Information provided by materials in this exhibit is not current. For the most up-to-date APUS information, please visit the University’s website.

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APUS and Military Educators: The History of the Influence on Security and Military Education

Richard G. Trefry in Uniform

American Military University, created in 1991, began with just a single Master’s Degree Program in Military Studies. American Public University System has since developed many security and military programs with the help of veteran faculty, a large military student population, and dedicated staff.

This featured exhibit highlights the influences military education has had on our friends, faculty, students, and staff and how that shaped the current security and military programs here at APUS. With donations of personal papers from Board of Trustees Member Lt. Gen. Richard G. Trefry, papers and photographs from Association of the United States Army, and documentation of APUS security and military programs over the last 25 years, the Richard G. Trefry Archives exhibits the history of the influence on security and military education.

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