ASU System Trustees Approve Budgets for FY2022; A-State, Two-Year Institutions Keep Tuition Rates Flat
Arkansas State University and the five two-year institutions in the ASU System will keep tuition and fees steady for students this fall while holding budgeted expenses below pre-pandemic levels. This fall will be the third time in four years that ASU System institutions – excluding new member Henderson State University – have not increased tuition rates.
Arkansas State University announced a $6.4 million grant from the Windgate Foundation to support arts education and to provide direct assistance to students through needs-based scholarships. The $6.4 million total ranks among the largest foundation gifts to Arkansas State, and it is among the top three all-time gifts to the arts at A-State.
Arkansas State University’s inaugural Day of Giving resulted in more than $1 million in gifts and pledges to support the university
Arkansas State Plans First 'Day of Giving' on April 27 to Support University Initiatives, Scholarships
The first-ever Day of Giving at Arkansas State University is slated for Tuesday, April 27, and participants are already excited about the possibilities. Alumni, students and other supporters will come together to make gifts, either to one of 24 specific areas or any other particular cause one might prefer to support.
The Arkansas State University System Board of Trustees today agreed to a 15-year extension of its partnership with New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro.
The Arkansas State University System Board of Trustees heard updates and reviews on the impact of COVID-19 at the seven member institutions during its regular meeting on the ASU-Beebe campus in Searcy. System President Chuck Welch commended campuses “for doing a tremendous job throughout the COVID-19 pandemic” and expressed optimism about the months ahead.
Arkansas State University Three Rivers announced the appointment of Scott Kuttenkuler the new assistant vice chancellor for the Saline County Career and Technical Campus.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson today appointed Paul Rowton of Harrisburg, Bishop Robert G. Rudolph Jr. of Bryant and Steve Eddington of Benton to the newly expanded Arkansas State University System Board of Trustees. Act 18 of 2021 increased the number of board positions from five to seven and extended board appointment to seven-year terms.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson today signed Act 18 of the 93rd General Assembly of Arkansas, which officially makes Henderson State University in Arkadelphia the seventh institution of the Arkansas State University System. Act 18 of 2021 also expands the ASU System Board of Trustees from five members to seven.
The College of Agriculture at Arkansas State University has received a $500,000 grant to expand and improve the laboratory space devoted to livestock research. Advancing the skills of students and the overall safety of meats processing are the primary goals of the project that will renovate the university’s existing facility.
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