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Arkansas State University Mid-South

West Memphis, AR


  • Type
    2-year • Public
  • Campus Life
    Small • Suburban
  • Average Per Year After Aid
  • SAT Range
    Not available
  • Graduation Rate
    Not available

Arkansas State University Mid-South is a small, 2-year, public community college. This coed college is located in a large town in a suburban setting and is primarily a commuter campus. It offers certificate and associate degrees.

From the Institution

ASU Mid-South remains committed to the future of Crittenden County. Located on approximately 84 acres in West Memphis, the institution remains aggressive and determined in its efforts to meet the current and future employment needs of the region. so that students will be prepared for the jobs of today and tomorrow. Today the college offers for-credit academic and career-technical education, resulting in the Associate of Arts degree, Associate of Science degrees, Associate of Applied Science degrees, and a range of Technical Certificates and Certificates of Proficiency. Programs include General Education (Transfer); Allied Health (EMT, Nursing Assisting, Medical Assisting, Phlebotomy, and Respiratory Therapy); Business and Hospitality; Transportation (Aviation Maintenance, Diesel Technology); Information Technology, including Networking, Computer Repair, Digital Media, and Computer Programming; Advanced Manufacturing (Machining, Mechatronics, Welding); and Teaching (K-6, 4-8). Non-credit offerings include non-credit workforce training, Adult Education/Literacy/ESL, and community education courses. In addition to education and training for adult students, ASU Mid-South provides opportunities for high school students to earn concurrent credit, degrees, and certificates in both academic and technical programs of study while still enrolled in high school. Many of these students enroll in ASU Mid-South's Secondary Technical Center, funded by the State of Arkansas to provide instruction leading to college and industry credentials in various technical programs at no cost to the student. The award-winning Arkansas Delta Training and Education Consortium (ADTEC), established in 2005, allowed the college to establish broader connections throughout the region, leveraging the resources of the five community colleges in the Delta region to better serve and respond to the economic development needs in Eastern Arkansas. Thanks in part to funding provided by the State of Arkansas to ADTEC, local students have the option to enroll in baccalaureate and master's degree programs on the Mid-South campus through University Center partnerships with Arkansas State University, the University of Central Arkansas, and the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. This unique arrangement provides pathways to careers in Accounting, Business Administration, Education, Criminology, Nursing, Addiction Studies, and Applied Technology to students for whom time and transportation constraints might be a barrier to furthering their education.

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