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Onto the next adventure! ASUMH Class of 2024 celebrates graduation

Talk about a packed graduation event! Families from all over the Twin Lakes Area descended upon The Sheid Monday night to watch their loved ones walk across the stage in ASU-Mountain Home’s 28th Commencement. The commencement saw 150 of the Twin Lakes Area's best and brightest receive their diplomas. Overseeing the commencement were ASUMH Chancellor…

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Arkansas Community College Student Leaders gather in Little Rock

ASU-Mountain Home students Kelly Baker, Sadie Quick, Lilly Grimes, and Cienna Clark recently joined Community College students from across Arkansas for the Student Leadership Academy this month. While attending the event, they shared ideas, met with legislators and ASU System staff, and watched government in action. Stephanie Beaver, ASUMH Director of Enrollment Services,…

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Cardona tells Arkansas teachers student debt forgiveness meant to ‘prevent defaults’

U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona told a group of Arkansas educators Tuesday that the goal of the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness program “is to prevent defaults.” “Which is better, letting someone pay what they can afford or throwing our hands up and doing nothing?” Cardona asked during a roundtable discussion with nine teachers and…

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Academic Achievers named at ASU-Mountain Home

Arkansas State University-Mountain Home (ASUMH) held its 2023-2024 Academic Awards and Honors Recognition Luncheon recently at the Vada Sheid Community Development Center. The following students were presented awards for academic achievement: Automotive Systems Repair—Timothy Davis Biological Health Care Sciences—Mark “Tony” Williams Biological Sciences—Erin Rectenwald Business Administration—Brandi S. Denton Composition—Hayden Echols Computer Technology and Networking—Noah Orsburne…

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ASUMH to receive $6 Million appropriation to expand health education and facilities

A legislative package presented by U.S. Senator John Boozman and signed into law Saturday, March 23, will help fund enhanced health education at Arkansas State University-Mountain Home (ASUMH) through a $6 Million appropriation. “I’m proud to deliver investments to Arkansas that support growth and development as well as improve the quality of life for…

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