University News

  • Alumnus Speaks at National Convention

    Arkansas Tech University alumnus Dustin Parsons had an opportunity to share his passion for education with the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Penn., on Tuesday night. Speaking as part of a panel of seven advocates for children, Parsons used his remarks to spotlight advances that have been made in K-12 education in Arkansas over the […]

  • Tax-Free Savings on Books and Supplies

    Arkansas Tech University students may take advantage of the statewide sales tax-free weekend by shopping for books and other school supplies Aug. 6-7. The Arkansas Tech Bookstore, located in the W.O. Young Building at 209 West O Street in Russellville, will be open Saturday, Aug. 6, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday, Aug. 7, from […]

  • Homecoming 2016 Dates Announced

    Arkansas Tech University has released the dates for fall homecoming festivities. Arkansas Tech students will celebrate Homecoming 2016 with a full week of activities beginning Monday, October 24. Alumni and friends of the university will return to campus to celebrate Homecoming 2016 on Friday, Oct. 28, and Saturday, Oct. 29. As part of the festivities, […]

  • Smith Goes to Washington D.C. for Internship

    Arkansas Tech University student Matthew Smith is combining his love of agriculture and public policy during an internship in Washington DC. Smith, a junior from Hermitage, is interning with CropLife America, an agriculture trade association for the crop protection industry. Throughout the summer, Smith has been involved in research and analysis. “I have been working […]

  • Cavaliers Perform with Local Musicians

    Arkansas Tech University welcomed hundreds of musicians to campus as part of a special performance. Members of The Cavaliers Drum & Bugle Corps and students attending the Arkansas Tech High School Band Camp joined forces to perform Wednesday evening. In all, approximately 450 performers took the field as part of the exhibition. Following Wednesday’s combined […]