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06-27-2011 Last Day to withdraw First summer

The last day to withdraw from any class during the First Summer semester will be Wednesday June 29th at 4:00 p.m. All drop forms must be completed by that time.

 
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  • 07-14-2011 Student Accepts Scholarship

    Inez Robinson, a 1998 graduate of Strong High School, has accepted the Omazel Lawson Endowed Scholarship to attend South Arkansas Community College in the Fall.

  • 07-14-2011 Student Accepts Scholarship

    Kara Yutzy of El Dorado has accepted the General Educational Development Scholarship to attend South Arkansas Community College in the Fall.

  • 07-14-2011 Student Accepts Scholarship

    Charles Jones Jr., a 1995 graduate of El Dorado High School and a general education major at South Arkansas Community College, has accepted the General Scholarship t

  • 07-14-2011 Student Accepts Scholarship

    Jamie Wolfe, a 2000 graduate of Warren High School, has accepted the Melba Tatom Nursing Endowed Scholarship to attend South Arkansas Community College in the Fall.

  • 07-14-2011 Student accepts scholarship

    Porsha Teasley, a 1997 graduate of Smackover High School, has accepted the James Family Endowed Scholarship to attend South Arkansas Community College in the Fall.

  • 07-14-2011 Briggs accepts scholarship

    LaTisha M. Briggs, a 2011 graduate of El Dorado High School, has accepted the Jonathan M. Warren Memorial Scholarship to attend South Arkansas Community College in t

  • 07-14-2011 Student Accepts Scholarship

    EL DORADO-Tammy Caskey of Magnolia, a physical therapist assistance major at South Arkansas Community College, has accepted the JoAn and Charles T. Skinner Endowed S

  • 07-14-2011 Student Accepts Scholarship

    Jay Henard, a 1986 graduate of McKray High School in Mount Holly, has accepted the James M. Moore Jr. Endowed Scholarship to attend South Arkansas Community College

  • 07-14-2011 Student Accepts Scholarship

    James P. York, a 1999 homeschool graduate, has accepted the Jodie Mahony Endowed Scholarship to attend South Arkansas Community College in the Fall. York is a gener

  • 07-14-2011 Student Accepts Scholarship

    Lisa Sipes of El Dorado, a 1984 graduate of Norphlet High School, has accepted the REACH Scholarship to attend South Arkansas Community College in the Fall. She is

  • 07-12-2011 Classes for children this month

    Non-credit classes for children at South Arkansas Community College’s East Campus Center for Workforce Development through this month include music, foreign language

  • 07-05-2011 HAMMETT ACCEPTS SCHOLARSHIP

    Kalan Hammett, a 2011 graduate of Junction City High School, has accepted the President’s Scholarship to attend South Arkansas Community College in the Fall. The

  • 04-20-2011 Cricut Cutters

    The basics of Cricut will be taught in instructor Bea Morris’ Cricut Cutters, a non-credit class from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday (April 21) in Room 114 at the Sout

  • 04-14-2011 Single-Parent Scholarships awarded

    EL DORADO—The Union County Single-Parent Scholarship Fund Board of Directors met recently and selected scholarship recipients for the spring 2011 semester. A total o

  • 04-13-2011 Vestibular Rehabilitation

    Physical therapist Dr. Stanley J. Harris, left, provides support to physical therapist assistant Lacey Thomason during an exercise at Vestibular Rehabilitation on Ap

  • 04-13-2011 Internet-based marketing classes

    Two new non-credit courses at South Arkansas Community College deal with Internet-based marketing. Online Branding is from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on April 12 and Online M

  • 04-13-2011 Students inducted into PTK

    EL DORADO—Nearly 20 South Arkansas Community College students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa, the two-year-college academic honor society, at the new El Dorado C

  • 04-13-2011 Winners announced in writing contest

    Forty-eight Union County high school students have been selected for publication in the 14th annual volume of Writers’ Ink, a literary magazine published by South Ar

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