ATU Student Resources


ozark campus resources



(479)-667-1707 | |

The ATU -Ozark Office of Academic Affairs is committed to upholding the mission of Arkansas Tech University by providing leadership and support that ensures quality academic and workforce educational programs and coherent policies in service to the faculty, students, staff, and community.


(479) 667-2117 | |

Ozark Campus Advising office is committed to providing students with the best advising experience possible. We are dedicated to assisting students with stackable degree choices and attainments. Click here to schedule an appointment

Access your Degree Works in your Onetech account for updated degree progress. 


(479) 508-3368 | | Request ADA Accommodations Here 

The Ozark ADA Coordinator provides resources, advocacy and accommodations for students with disabilities. Serves as a resource for students and faculty regarding accessible accommodations. 

Book Store

(479) 667-2377 | 

The ATU Ozark campus bookstore sells and rents student textbooks, supplies, materials needed for classes and ATU apparel and gifts.  Located conveniently in the ATU-Ozark student union. It offers in store or online ordering of course materials. 


(479) 667-2117 | | 

Career Pathways is an economic development program funded through a grant, designed to assist low income parents in meeting their educational and career training goals that will ultimately lead to a high demand, high wage career. Clicking the above link will take them to our page, which offers eligibility information as well as a list of services we provide (if funding permits). 

Apply by completing the CPI - Ozark eApplication


(479) 667-3111 | | 

Provides assistance to students who, without aid, would be unable to attend college. All awards are administered by the Financial Aid Office in accordance with State and Federal Regulations and the University's equal educational opportunity policy.

Application forms for all types of Federal aid may be obtained from the Financial Aid Office or on-line at You are welcome to drop by or call--we will be happy to discuss your financial aid with you and answer any questions you may have.

Application for all Arkansas Department of Higher Education grants and Scholarships: 

Application for Ozark Campus Scholarships:


(479) 667-2117 

The Green and Gold Cupboard is a food pantry on the Ozark Campus that provides access to Faculty, Staff, and Students for assistance with food and hygiene items.  Those needing access to the pantry can arrange an appointment by calling Student Services at 479-667-2117.


(479) 508-3321 | |

The Ozark Campus Library offers books, journals, DVDs, audio books on CD, course reserves, etc. to check out or view in the library. Both fiction and non-fiction items are available with a focus on items to help with the various programs of study on campus. Access is available for electronic resources such as online databases (full-text journal and newspaper articles, streaming video, etc) as well as E-books available for viewing online or downloading to a device. The library also offers one on one research assistance. A color copier/printer/scanner is available in the library and there is a study room adjacent to the library that may be reserved.


(479) 508-3359 | | 

DPS is a service-oriented agency employing the philosophy of community policing within its jurisdiction. This philosophy is based upon the concept that police officers and the campus community as a whole can work together in creative ways to solve problems related to crime prevention. The primary focus of community policing is to foster positive interactions between the police, students, faculty and staff. DPS maintains and promotes respect for the individual rights and dignity of all persons and is dedicated to excellence in all of the services that are offered on a year-round basis.

Services offered include: Vehicle unlock, vehicle boosts, escorts, response to active shooter presentations, and other specialized presentations upon request.


(479) 667-2117 | | 

Ozark Campus Registrar’s office is dedicated to serving students by maintaining administrative records and preserving the academic record. The registrar’s office provides technology services to ensure student’s needs are taken care of in an efficient and professional manner.


The Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus Student Government Association works to enhance our campus community by planning and executing student activities and events throughout the year.

SGA consists of a cabinet with representatives from every program at ATU-Ozark Campus. The SGA cabinet represents the student body during school activities.


 (479) 508-3368 | |

The Student Success Center offers tutoring, mentoring, and student success workshops. The testing center, a computer lab and student accommodations are also housed in the SSC. We are here to help you succeed and hone in on your skills to be successful at Tech. 

TRIO STUDENT SUpport Services

 (479) 667-1115 || 

TRIO SSS provides academic, financial, transitional, and personal support to students who are first-gen, low-income and/or have a documented disability and have a demonstrated academic need. TRIO SSS is here to help students grow, accomplish their goals, and succeed by completing their degree program ATU Ozark and beyond.

Apply by clicking here

TRIO Student Support Services is a 100% Federal grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education with an annual budget of $261,888 to service 140 students on cmapus.  


resources located on the russellville campus


*These resources although are physically located on the Russellville campus are available to Ozark Campus Students. 



(479) 964-0583 | |

Helps students proactively plan to meet their academic goals. By providing free programs like: Academic Coaching, Peer Tutoring, Online Tutoring, Group Study Sessions, and more, Students have access to an Action Plan for Educational Excellence (APEX). 

Fall 2020 all tutoring is provided virtually via webex. Schedule an appointment here.


(479) 968-0278 | | 

Prepares students and alumni to make educated decisions throughout their career development journey through innovation and strategic connections, for the betterment of Arkansas, the nation, and the world.


  • Resume assistance
  • Career Counseling Appointments
  • Career Exploration & Job search Resources
  • and more!

Virtual Resources 

Resources Library


(479) 968-0302 | |

Serves as the campus liaison for students who may experience barriers in their learning environment due to a disability. 

We value disability as an aspect of diversity and are committed to moving our campus towards an equitable and inclusive environment for all students.

Ozark students would work with ATU Disability services if they are taking a class with a Russellville instructor.  Students may be referred to the ATU - Russellville process if it applies to their semester’s schedule.


(479) 968-0329 | 

The Arkansas Tech University Health and Wellness Center provides 

  • Health services
  • Counseling services
  • Educational programming
  • Consultation and referral services

that meet the particular needs of our students. Our staff is committed to the concepts of wellness and prevention and to providing quality treatment.

Services are available for ATU-Ozark Students. In some cases telehealth appointments may be available.


(479) 968-0646 | | 

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 The English Department Writing Lab will be entirely online for the Fall 2020 semester. The Writing Lab, which is staffed by English graduate assistants, will hold virtual meetings by appointment from 1-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The lab also offers help in the form of online submission, wherein students may submit their work for review at any time and receive a response from a graduate assistant. 

The Online Writing lab can be particularly useful for students who are not able to travel to the Russellville campus to meet in person. 


For more information regarding the services available through the English Department's Writing Lab, contact Charie Hittle



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