ATCC Skills USA Winners April 2022

ATCC Students Collect Honors at SkillsUSA Event

Seven Arkansas Tech Career Center (ATCC) students earned awards during the 2022 Arkansas SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference in Hot Springs April 12-13. Natalie Bates of Russellville, Luis Garcia of Dardanelle, Keith Slaughter of Russellville...
Jerry the Bulldog Outside Caraway Hall

Get Social With Jerry the Bulldog

Jerry the Bulldog, campus ambassador at Arkansas Tech University, now has official presences on Instagram and Facebook. His pages are located at www.instagram.com/arkansastechjerry and www.facebook.com/ArkansasTechJerry. "All members of the ATU community are encouraged to follow...
ATU-Ozark Health Sciences and Wellness Building

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 summer II...
ATU-Ozark Student Services Conference Center

Fall 2020 Chancellor’s List, Honor Roll at ATU-Ozark

Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus has announced its Chancellor’s List and Honor Roll for the fall 2020 semester. The Arkansas Tech-Ozark Campus Chancellor’s List recognizes students who complete a semester with a 4.0 grade point...
Student Outside on Campus Autumn

ATU Sets Fall 2020 Final Exams Schedules

Arkansas Tech University has published fall 2020 final examination schedules for courses on its Russellville and Ozark campuses. Final exams will begin at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 30, and continue through 5:30 p.m. Friday, Dec....
ATU-Ozark Logo 2020

ATU-Ozark Parking Permits Available for Purchase

Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus students, faculty and staff may now purchase their parking permits for the 2022-23 academic year. ATU-Ozark parking permits, which are $15, are available for purchase online through OneTech and are mailed...
The facade of the new Johnson County Adult Education building

Johnson County Adult Education in Clarksville Relocates to New Facility

JOHNSON COUNTY – The Arkansas Tech-Ozark Johnson County Adult Education center in Clarksville will be relocating to 18 Sherwood Plaza.  After twenty-one years on Cherry Street, the center has moved in order to provide better access and...
Bobby Sewell accepts his award

ATU-Ozark’s Bobby Sewell Named Teacher of the Year

The Ozark Chambers of Commerce hosted the annual Teacher Appreciation Celebration at the Ozark High School to celebrate education and those who commit their lives to influencing future generations. ATU-Ozark faculty member and program...
Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center Interior

ATU Libraries Seeking Feedback in 2021 Survey

The libraries at Arkansas Tech University are seeking feedback from students, faculty and staff. The 2021 ATU libraries survey is available at https://techlibraries2021.questionpro.com. It takes approximately five minutes to complete. Learn more about Ross Pendergraft Library and...

ATU-Ozark Adult Education Installs new SNAP Employment and Training Coordinator

Sherry Hesson has been selected to serve as the coordinator for Franklin, Logan and Johnson County’s SNAP Employment and Training program (SNAP E&T).  SNAP E&T can help SNAP participants gain skills, training, or work experience to increase...