Arkansas Governor's School

40th Arkansas Governor’s School Begins Sunday at ATU

Academically gifted students from every region of the Natural State will converge at Arkansas Tech University in Russellville for the beginning of the 40th Arkansas Governor's School on Sunday, July 7.
ATU students walk across campus on a sunny day

ATU Selected for Colleges of Distinction Honor

Arkansas Tech University's commitment to high-impact educational practices for the benefit of undergraduate students has earned it a place on the Colleges of Distinction national register. The honor...
Nursing students are seen practicing resuscitation procedures

ATU Nursing Program Recognized as Top 40 Nationally

Arkansas Tech University's Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program is No. 1 among public universities in Arkansas and one of the top 40 such programs in the United States according to...
Career Center staff and students stand in front of a donated vehicle

Local Dealerships Donate Car to ATCC

On Friday, June 28 2019 at 11:00 AM Whitson Morgan Motor Company and Cogswell Motors donated a vehicle to the Arkansas Tech Career Center’s (ATCC) automotive program. The Ford Automotive Career Exploration...
Upward Bound students pose with Jerry the Bulldog

ATU Upward Bound Helps Students See Their Potential

Madison Cowell of Lamar wasn't seriously considering college before she enrolled in the Upward Bound program at Arkansas Tech University. In fact, the ACT entrance exam did not occupy space on her...
ATU Youth Preparedness Camp 2019

ATU Camp Seeks to Increase Preparedness

A criminal justice class at Arkansas Tech Career Center helped open Yeltson Parada’s eyes to the importance of emergency preparedness. So when he heard about Arkansas Tech University’s...
A student proudly holds a diploma over his head after receiving it in the graduation ceremony

Arkansas Tech Announces 2018-19 Graduates

The Arkansas Tech University Office of the Registrar has released a certified list of 2,338 degrees conferred upon students on the Russellville campus during the 2018-19 academic year.

Trees Down, Two Roads Closed After Storms

The Arkansas Tech University Department of Public Safety reports that two streets on the Russellville campus are partially blocked due to trees that fell during afternoon thunderstorms on Sunday, June 23.
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ATU Band, Choir to Play Carnegie Hall in 2020

Musicians from Arkansas Tech University will soon share their talents at the world-famous Carnegie Hall in New York City. The ATU Symphonic Wind Ensemble conducted by Dr. Daniel Belongia,...

ATU Comes Through With Cupboard Donations

A summer food drive to benefit the Green and Gold Cupboard organized by the Arkansas Tech University Staff Senate yielded 309.35 pounds of donated items. Dr. Jan Jenkins, director...

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