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Arkansas Tech University has established 7 academic schools on campus: Business, Community Education and Professional Development, Education, Graduate School, Liberal and Fine Arts, Physical and Life Sciences and Systems Science. Through these schools, students can choose from the following educational programs: Bachelor Degrees, Teacher Licensure, Master Degrees, Associate Degrees, Pre-Professional Programs, Technical Certificates, Arkansas Tech University Ozark Campus Technical Certificates. Total enrollment to the school is 7480 students.
In ATU student-to-faculty ratio is 18:1. Average freshmen ACT scores rank above national and state averages for the 15th consecutive year. The average ACT score for the freshman class is the highest in university history at 23.09. Graduation and retention rates are among the highest in the state. Tech offers over 100 student organizations. Tech students come from almost every county in Arkansas, 35 of the 50 states plus Washington, D.C., and from 34 foreign countries.
All freshman academic scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. The deadline to apply for Distinguished Scholars, Second Century Scholars, or a Collegiate Scholars is February 28 of the current award year.
Intensive English language courses cover English writing, grammar, reading, listening, and speaking skills in conjunction with cultural awareness skills, and we even offer several special courses including a film and music course. Students may choose to take only the intensive English language courses, or they may continue on with one of many academic programs available. Computer based language learning is provided, and school’s new technology center offers the most up-to-date resources. Conversation partners are provided during each session for one-on-one English practice. Tech is an authorized TOEFL IBT Test Center, and TOEFL training is provided in the program.