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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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The Phoenix Award was presented in recognition of the successful Brownfield project in Ranson and Charles Town that included APUS property.

Ranson and Charles Town Brownfield Renewal project with properties (including those belonging to APUS) clean up lots of left-over industrious waste. With help from APUS, Brownfield Renewal Magazine recognized the project effort.

Opened in 2015, the centralized IT building has an observatory with a telescope that allows students and faculty to view space in real-time from any location around the world.

Dr. Wally Boston demonstrating how to use electric/hybrid car charging station

The largest solar array in West Virginia, the APUS Solar Array is a covered parking lot, has 14 charging stations for electric and hybrid vehicles, and provides power to the Finance Center.

The Finance Center opened Sept. 18, 2012. The LEED-certified building was constructed on the site of a former abandoned warehouse. The Center was the second building APUS constructed in Charles Town and neighboring Ranson.

This aerial photo of Charles Town was taken after the construction of the Academic Center. The photo shows Washington, George, and Congress Streets where many APUS past and present buildings are located.
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