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SAU+VISTA, AmeriCorps partnership serves MJCL Backpack Program on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day SAU+VISTA, AmeriCorps partnership serves MJCL Backpack Program on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Left to right, front row: Mandy Sharpe, Allysia Hunter; second row: Jamia Evans, Jordan Wylie, Mackenzie Leal, Nyki Cooper; third row: Katherine Berry, Michala Barker, Alana Perez; back row: Ta’Ru Harris, Abbie Guin, Caitlin Mullins, Zach Lambert. Not pictured: Cat Jones, Warren Basinger, Saida Walker, Atache’ Hill. EngageAR AmeriCorps awarded a grant to SAU+VISTA to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. as a National Day of Service. SAU+VISTA Fellows purchased food items for the Magnolia J... Read More
SAU+VISTA, AmeriCorps partnership serves MJCL Backpack Program on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
SAU+VISTA, AmeriCorps partnership serves MJCL Backpack Program on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
John and Beverly Dews Scholarship benefits first-generation college students John and Beverly Dews Scholarship benefits first-generation college students
Giving back to the hometown area that gave him his start inspired a Southern Arkansas University alumnus to endow a scholarship that will provide access to a quality education for Union County students. John Dews, former Simmons Bank of El Dorado chairman and CEO, and his wife, Beverly, a 1985 graduate of SAU-El Dorado, have generously funded the John and Beverly Dews Scholarship Endowment at $25,000 to benefit Union County students who demonstrate a financial need. The scholarship also gives pr... Read More
John and Beverly Dews Scholarship benefits first-generation college students
John and Beverly Dews Scholarship benefits first-generation college students
With continued focus on safety, SAU welcomes students back to campus With continued focus on safety, SAU welcomes students back to campus
Southern Arkansas University is excited to welcome students back to campus for Spring Semester 2021. While some changes are necessary to remain in compliance with state and federal safety guidelines, SAU plans a robust academic semester and student experience in the midst of the pandemic. A mix of hybrid and in-person classes began Wednesday, Jan. 13. Students on the campus of Southern Arkansas University. SAU continues to take precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The University has t... Read More
With continued focus on safety, SAU welcomes students back to campus
With continued focus on safety, SAU welcomes students back to campus
Applications accepted for in-person 2021 MKC and MTC Applications accepted for in-person 2021 MKC and MTC
Children enjoy Mulerider Kids College 2019 at SAU. Following on the success of 2020’s Virtual Mulerider Kids College (MKC) and Mulerider Teen College (MTC) at Southern Arkansas University, plans are underway for the 2021 camps to be held in-person on the SAU campus. Proposals can now be submitted online for those interested in teaching a class during these summer camps. The 2021 MKC is scheduled for 8 a.m.-noon or 1 p.m.-5 p.m. June 28-July 1. The 2021 MTC is set for July 7-9 at Southern Ar... Read More
Applications accepted for in-person 2021 MKC and MTC
Applications accepted for in-person 2021 MKC and MTC
Students praise SAU’s 2020 intersession Students praise SAU’s 2020 intersession
More than 200 students have taken advantage of Southern Arkansas University’s five-week fall intersession, which offers a variety of courses allowing students to earn credits over the winter break. Dr. Trey Berry, president of SAU, said the 2020 fall schedule was adjusted for COVID, ending in November but presenting a great opportunity for an intersession during December. Many of the classes offer three credit hours of instruction but are accelerated due to the shortened time period, similar to ... Read More
Students praise SAU's 2020 intersession
Students praise SAU’s 2020 intersession
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