University News

  • Tech Theatre Announces Spring Production

    Arkansas Tech University Theatre will present “The Body Project” as its spring 2016 production at Techionery Theatre Feb. 25-27. Performances will begin at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 25, Friday, Feb. 26, and Saturday, Feb. 27. Tickets ($8 general admission, $5 students) will be available at the door and will not be sold in advance. […]

  • Drouin to Grace Miss Arkansas Stage

    Arkansas Tech University student McCartney Drouin is among those who will compete in the Miss Arkansas pageant this summer. Drouin, a Mountain View native, was crownded Miss Ozark Mountain over the weekend. Miss Arkansas is an official preliminary to the Miss America pageant. The Miss America Organization leads the country in providing scholarships to women. […]

  • Black History Month Festivities Continue

    Arkansas Tech University students are able to take part in several events this week as part of Black History Month festivities at Arkansas Tech. The events scheduled are designed to provide students with a variety of cultural, educational and social activities. Monday, Feb. 8 – Speed Dating Event begins at 6 p.m. in Room 242 […]

  • Tech Love Story: Julie & Braden

    Arkansas Tech alumni Julie Paladino and Braden Vaughn met in one of the many courses they shared during their time at Tech. Both studying history/political science and minoring in speech communication, the two connected and began sitting close to one another in class. “We went on our first date in the spring semester of 2010, […]

  • Apply Now for Foundation Scholarships

    Arkansas Tech students needing additional financial assistance for the 2016-17 academic year have the opportunity to apply for several scholarships through the Arkansas Tech University Foundation. Any Arkansas Tech student is eligible to apply for the scholarships, and students wishing to be considered should complete the scholarship application (PDF). Foundation officials said there are a […]