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Featured Program

Logstics Management | Associate's Degree

Logistic managers coordinate how products get from the supplier to the consumer. With a degree in this program, you'll be equipped to help manage the flow of products throughout the state, nation and world.

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University News

  • Suns Improve to 44-4 at Home Since 2014

    Minute by minute, Arkansas Tech University’s full-court defensive pressure slowly wore down the Ouachita Baptist University Lady Tigers on Saturday afternoon. The Golden Suns forced OBU into 12 second-half turnovers and pulled away for an 84-67 Great American Conference win at Tucker Coliseum in Russellville. After being held scoreless in the category during the first […]

  • ATU Trustees Grant Easements to Developer

    Arkansas Tech University has received authorization from its Board of Trustees to grant a pair of easements to Domus Development LLC that will allow for the construction of a pedestrian trail and bridge on Arkansas Tech property in Russellville. The action was taken by the board during its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday. A memorandum […]

  • Blanchard Elected Chairman of the ATU Board

    Charles H. Blanchard of Russellville was elected by his fellow trustees to serve as chairman of the Arkansas Tech University Board of Trustees for the 2018 calendar year during the board meeting at Chambers Cafeteria West Dining Room on Wednesday, Jan. 17. A resident of Russellville for more than 35 years, Blanchard is chairman and […]

  • Duffield Sworn In as ATU Trustee

    Stephanie Duffield of Russellville took the oath of office and officially became a member of the Arkansas Tech University Board of Trustees at Chambers Cafeteria West Dining Room on Wednesday, Jan. 17. Gov. Asa Hutchinson appointed Duffield for a five-year term through Jan. 14, 2023. She succeeds Leigh Whiteside of Russellville, who was chairman of […]

  • Whiteside Honored for 10 Years of Service

    Arkansas Tech University President Dr. Robin E. Bowen and the ATU Board of Trustees recognized Leigh Whiteside of Russellville for a decade of service as a board member on Wednesday. Whiteside was first appointed to the Arkansas Tech Board of Trustees by Gov. Mike Beebe in January 2008. She served as chairman of the board […]