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01/12/2018 | ASU System Office
Gov. Asa Hutchinson announces appointment of McCrory native and Little Rock resident Christy Clark, a 1992 graduate of Arkansas State University, to a five-year term on the ASU Board of Trustees.
01/10/2018 | ASU System Office
Gov. Asa Hutchinson is releasing $500,000 in state discretionary funds to the Arkansas State University System to help fund its Accelerate ASU efficiency study that is under way.
01/09/2018 | ASU System Office
Dr. Chuck Welch, president of the Arkansas State University System, issues statement regarding Gov. Asa Hutchinson's request that four-year universities freeze tuition and that two-year institutions limit increases to the CPI index next year.
12/11/2017 | Arkansas State
The Arkansas State University Board of Trustees voted today to name A-State’s football field “Allison Field” and its future north end zone facility “Centennial Bank Athletics Operations Center” in recognition of a combined $10 million from the Johnny Allison family and Centennial Bank to the Red Wolves Foundation. In 2014, Allison, founder and chairman of Home BancShares, made a $5 million contribution to the Red Wolves Foundation that matches his latest personal gift commitment as the largest in A-State history.
12/08/2017 | ASU System Office
The Arkansas State University System will receive a third-party report early next year on ways to grow revenue, reduce costs and reallocate resources to strategic initiatives.
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The Accelerate ASU initiative enables us to lead the way in addressing the goals set forth in the State of Arkansas’ Master Plan regarding higher education attainment.
Higher Education is an Investment
Dr. Chuck Welch explains the importance of higher education as an investment in the future of our families, communities and the State of Arkansas.