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Eligible ATU Students May Apply for CARES Act Funds

Arkansas Tech University has established the procedures by which its eligible students may apply for Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds. The CARES Act provides...
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ATU-Ozark Presents 2019-20 Faculty Excellence Awards

Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus faculty members Adele Berry and Ron Hutain have received special recognition for their performance during the 2019-20 academic year. Berry earned the 2019-20 ATU-Ozark...
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ATU-Ozark Selects Winners of Adams, Spirit Awards

Sarah Womack and George McGehee, both of Ozark, are the recipients of the top student awards at Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus for the 2019-20 academic year. Womack won...
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Safety Foremost in Transition Plans for ATU-Ozark

Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus will continue to deliver its recognized, high-demand educational programming through electronic and digital modalities during the summer I session and is planning on limited lab instruction during the...
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ATU Announces Revised Final Exams Schedule

Arkansas Tech University has published revised spring 2020 final examination schedules for courses on its Russellville and Ozark campuses. The changes were made necessary by ATU's transition to...
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ATU-Ozark Procedures for Summer 2020

Arkansas Tech University has developed plans for how it will operate its Russellville and Ozark campuses during summer 2020 in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. ATU's May...
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Wofford to Retire After 41 Years at ATU-Ozark

The longest-serving active faculty member at Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus has announced her intention to retire this year. Debra Wofford, chair and instructor in ATU-Ozark's business technology program,...
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Message from Chancellor Sikes: March 30, 2020

As spring break concludes and virtual classwork resumes, Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus is open for business through electronic and/or phone communications. The campus will continue with virtual instruction as...
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Coronavirus Update: March 20, 2020

Arkansas Tech University will continue its current policy of virtual instruction for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester and postpone its spring 2020 commencement ceremonies, which were scheduled for May 7-9....
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Important Travel Advisory from COVID-19 Task Force

As spring break approaches, students and employees are reminded of the importance of following guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state and federal governments and the Arkansas...

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