A new financial reserves policy adopted today by the Arkansas State University System Board of Trustees will help protect the long-term fiscal health of its member institutions. One of the first of its kind in Arkansas or the country, the policy focuses on building and maintaining an adequate level of cash and unrestricted net assets to support daily operations in the event of unanticipated shortfalls
In honor of his wife Christy, William Clark of Little Rock today revealed he is making a $100,000 endowment gift to Arkansas State University. The endowment will support a student scholarship in an academic program to be decided by Mrs. Clark.
Hundreds of city, county, state and university representatives packed the Arvest Ballroom of the Red Wolf Convention Center at Embassy Suites by Hilton Jonesboro for the ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration Thursday on the Arkansas State University campus. From Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson to rising country music performer Cory Jackson, the program was highlighted start to finish with comments and entertainment suitable for the historic milestone event.
Arkansas State University has been designated as a Military Friendly® School with a bronze rating for 2020-21. The Military Friendly schools list, in its 11th year, sets the standard for higher education institutions to provide the best opportunities for veterans and their spouses.
Arkansas State University announced an agreement to collaborate with Adtalem Global Education (NYSE: ATGE) to explore the feasibility of creating the first in-state veterinary medical school, Chancellor Kelly Damphousse said Friday.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson appointed Niel Crowson of Jonesboro, a 1975 graduate of Arkansas State University, to a second five-year term on the ASU System Board of Trustees. Crowson, who is chairman of the board and president of E.C. Barton & Company of Jonesboro, was first appointed by Hutchinson in 2015 and served as chair of the ASU Board in 2019. His reappointment expires in January 2025.
The Arkansas Department of Education, Arkansas State University and the Arkansas Public School Resource Center today announced a partnership program to provide a statewide online coding curriculum starting with the fall 2020 semester. The first offering of its type to the high school students of Arkansas, the UpSkill program is designed to support the Governor’s initiative on computer science skills. The course structure leads students through a nine-month curriculum that prepares them to receive a certificate in Swift coding.
The Arkansas State University System Board of Trustees today approved a merger agreement and transition plan with Henderson State University, which would become the ASU System’s seventh member institution. Previously approved by the Henderson Board of Trustees on Nov. 21, the agreement is subject to approval of the Higher Learning Commission and action by the Arkansas General Assembly. ASU System President Chuck Welch said the target for completing the transition is Jan. 1, 2021.
Henderson State Board Approves Merger Agreement, Transition Plan to Join Arkansas State University System
ARKADELPHIA, Ark. — The Henderson State University Board of Trustees today approved a merger agreement and transition plan with the Arkansas State University System. The agreement is subject to approval of the ASU Board of Trustees and the Higher Learning Commission, as well as action by the Arkansas General Assembly. ASU System President Chuck Welch said the system board will be asked to approve the agreement at its regular meeting on Dec. 6 in Little Rock and the target for completing the transition would be Jan. 1, 2021.
To honor America’s service members, Arkansas State University has established a special scholarship plan for all United States active duty personnel and their spouses. The plan reduces all tuition for active duty personnel and their spouses at Arkansas State to equal the federal government tuition assistance program standard per credit hour rate.
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