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.
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.
ASU Trustees OK Lease with Red Wolves Foundation for Athletics Facilities, Refinancing of Housing Bonds
The Arkansas State University Board of Trustees today in a special meeting approved a lease that will facilitate construction of $29 million in new athletics facilities at Centennial Bank Stadium and the refinancing of $12.28 million in housing bonds.
The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program has named Arkansas State University-Mountain Home one of the nation's top 150 community colleges eligible to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, the nation's signature recognition of high achievement and performance among America's community colleges.
ASU System President Chuck Welch explains why Arkansas State University has opened a campus in Queretaro, Mexico.
Arkansas State University-Newport celebrates the 50th Anniversary of its Marked Tree campus.
For the upcoming academic year, Arkansas State University will utilize the “superscore” method for ACT scores for the majority of incoming student admissions and institutional scholarships
In recognition of a $5 million contribution by First National Bank to the Red Wolves Foundation, the Arkansas State University Board of Trustees voted to rename A-State’s multi-purpose facility currently known as the Convocation Center to “First National Bank Arena.”
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Queretaro Gov. Francisco Dominguez joined more than 850 dignitaries, guests and students to celebrate the historic grand opening of Arkansas State University Campus Queretaro.
Welch Reaffirms Support for New Productivity Funding; ASU Trustees Honor Fallen Newport Police Officer
Arkansas State University System President Chuck Welch today reiterated his support for the state’s new higher education productivity model. He told members of the ASU Board of Trustees at its regular meeting that the process is moving forward to achieve the goals sought by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
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