Arkansas State University System Office


Highest Degree Offered: Doctoral

College Type: Public

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Academic Calendar: Other

State: Arkansas


The mission of the Arkansas State University System is to contribute to the educational- cultural- and economic advancement of Arkansas by providing quality general undergraduate education and specialized programs leading to certificate- associate- baccalaureate- masters- professional- and doctoral degrees; by encouraging the pursuit of research- scholarly inquiry- and creative activity; and by bringing these intellectual resources together to develop the economy of the state and the education of its citizens throughout their lives. Each component of the Arkansas State University System will be characterized by: a supportive learning environment; personal development- leadership- and service opportunities; and facilities- technologies and support necessary to meet the needs of students- faculty- and staff; racial- ethnic- gender and cultural diversity in the faculty- staff- and student body- supported by practices and programs that embody the ideals of an open- democratic- and global society; instructional technologies- student support services- and on-line and distance education to advance the purposes of teaching and learning; a commitment to sharing human- physical- information- and other resources among system components- and with state agencies- schools and higher education institutions- to expand and enhance programs and services available to the citizens of Arkansas.

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2400 East Highland Drive- 3rd Floor- Suite 300
Jonesboro Arkansas 72401


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