Reflection is a valuable tool during difficult times, and today’s circumstances don’t diminish Arkansas State University’s achievements during the past decade. In fact, our initiatives and growth put us in a position of strength to endure difficult times and capitalize on opportunities in the years to come.
New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine has reached an agreement with the Arkansas State University System to conduct COVID-19 contact tracing for each of the system’s campus locations across the state.
Arkansas State University System institutions now require everyone on campuses to wear face coverings in all indoor and outdoor settings where physical distancing of six feet or more cannot be maintained as a key preventative measure in the COVID-19 pandemic.
A proposal to establish the Center for No Boundary Thinking at Arkansas State University was approved by the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Chancellor Kelly Damphousse announced changes in his leadership team at Arkansas State University that will be effective July 1. To better align their titles with their current responsibilities and assignments, four members of the current leadership begin the new fiscal year with revised titles.
Arkansas State University Three Rivers received a grant of $663,263 from the Arkansas Natural and Cultural Resources Council (ANCRC) at its June 3 meeting. The grant funds will allow the college to begin Phase I of the Historic Ritz Theatre restoration in downtown Malvern.
Arkansas State University System institutions will keep tuition and fees steady for students this fall while reducing budgeted expenses by almost $14 million or 5 percent in anticipation of lower state revenue and possible enrollment losses.
A-State Efforts to Enhance Health Care Access Reach Milestone with NYIT Medical School’s First Graduates
Arkansas State University’s effort to expand and enhance medical care throughout Arkansas and the Delta reaches a historic milestone today (May 21) as its partner, New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine, holds a virtual commencement ceremony at 2 p.m. for its inaugural class of medical school graduates.
Arkansas State University System’s six current institutions, as well as future member Henderson State University, intend to return to in-person classes on campuses this fall as part of the Covid-19 pandemic recovery, President Chuck Welch announced today.
Arkansas State University System institutions continue ongoing measures to address safety and financial challenges and planning presented by the Covid-19 pandemic, System President Chuck Welch said today. Welch will also help advise Gov. Asa Hutchinson in the state’s planning to return the economy to normal. The governor appointed him to the newly established Arkansas Economic Recovery Task Force
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