Mark Your Calendar

May 2-9:Finals
May 11:Ozark Campus Spring Graduation
May 3:Open Registration
 
June 5-6: Late Registration for June/July Session
June 6: Last day to register and add courses/change sections
  • Stop by Student Services or call (479) 667-2117 for more information
June 5: Classes Begin (Summer I) 
June 9: Last day to officially withdraw/drop courses with 80 percent reduction of tuition
  • Stop by Student Services or call (479) 667-2117 for more information
June 6: Last day to officially withdraw/drop courses with full reduction of tuition and fees
  • Stop by Student Services or call (479) 667-2117 for more information
June 30: Last day to drop courses with a “W” or change from credit to audit
  • Stop by Student Services or call (479) 667-2117 for more information
July 4: Independence day
  • No classes
July 11: Last day to officially withdraw/drop courses with full reduction of tuition and fees
  • Stop by Student Services or call (479) 667-2117 for more information
July 6: June/July session ends
July 11: Last day to register and add courses/change sections
  • Stop by Student Services or call (479) 667-2117 for more information
July 10-11: 
Late registration for July/August session
July 14: Last day to officially withdraw/drop courses with 80 percent reduction of tuition
  • Stop by Student Services or call (479) 667-2117 for more information
July 10: Classes Begin (Summer II)  
 

 

Ozark Campus News

  • ArFuture Grants Application Deadline July 1

    Current and prospective Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus students are encouraged to apply for their share of $8.5 million in grants through a new program offered by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education. Arkansas Future (ArFuture) grants will cover tuition and fees for eligible students in qualifying associate degree and certificate programs at public higher education […]

  • Area Youth Learn About Career Fields

    Local high school students in the service area of Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus recently participated in a five-day program designed to provide them with information about careers in emergency services. Career fields covered during the Learning for Life Corporation Exploring Program included law enforcement, emergency medical technician (EMT), paramedic and emergency management. Topics ranged from […]

  • Cox Finds New Purpose Following Tragedy

    Just five months after the tragic loss of her second son, Jonah, who had passed away three weeks after his birth due to a congenital heart defect, Wendy Cox began her education at Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus in January 2010. “The horrible situation really put everything into perspective,” said Cox. She realized life was too […]