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  • Tech Community Meets the Greeks

    Arkansas Tech University students had the opportunity to learn more about Greek Life this week as part of an event on Monday. The Office of Greek Life hosted Meet the Greeks, an informal event designed to help students learn more about the offerings available as part of the Arkansas Tech Greek community. During the event, […]

  • Party at the Plaza Returns for Fall

    Arkansas Tech University fans will once again have the chance to tailgate before Thursday’s football game during Party at the Plaza. The tailgating event begins at 5 p.m. and will feature inflatable games, music and tailgating. Several area businesses will have food trucks near the tailgating area for those wishing to purchase food items. The […]

  • Across Campus: Latest App Download

    Arkansas Tech University students are back on campus and getting settled into classes for the semester. In today’s Across Campus segment– several students talk about the latest app they downloaded, and why they selected the app. Be sure to check back next week for another Across Campus Segment.

  • Tutoring Hours for Fall 2016 Announced

    Arkansas Tech University has announced fall 2016 semester tutoring hours for its Russellville campus. Free tutoring services in more than 40 academic disciplines are available to Arkansas Tech students. All services are available by appointment. Same day, walk-in and future appointments are accepted. Many of the tutoring services are offered in Doc Bryan Student Services […]

  • Office of Student Success Initiatives Created

    Dr. Mohamed Abdelrahman, vice president for academic affairs at Arkansas Tech University, announced on Monday, Aug. 29, that Dr. Beth Giroir will provide leadership for retention efforts at the institution as part of a new, centralized Office of Student Success Initiatives. Giroir (photographed) will take office as interim assistant vice president for student success on […]