The vision of the Graduate College of Arkansas Tech University is to empower students through advanced degrees to meet the demands of a global society through intellectual inquiry, scholarly attainment, artistic endeavors and creative pursuits within and across disciplines.
The mission of the Graduate College of Arkansas Tech University is to encourage a diversity of ideas in a climate of academic freedom and integrity. Advanced degrees are designed to complement and enhance undergraduate programs. The Graduate College is an advocate for graduate study and seeks partnership with other entities to accomplish our goals more efficiently. The Graduate College serves to nurture and preserve academic excellence by taking the lead in shaping policy and assisting faculty in guiding and mentoring graduate students in becoming accomplished and ethical scholars, researchers and practitioners in their disciplines.
Graduate Student Orientation
Graduate Student Spotlight Nomination Form
The Graduate Student of the Month award recognizes outstanding students who demonstrate leadership skills, academic success and/or commitment to community service through their involvement at Arkansas Tech University.
Nominations for the Graduate Student of the Month may be submitted at any time by college staff, administrators or faculty members as selections are made on a rolling basis.
Arkansas Tech University now offers a new online graduate education opportunity in Special Education K-12. The Master of Education in Special Education is designed to provide post baccalaureate preparation for public school teachers who wish to broaden their knowledge of teaching children with exceptional learning needs.
Contact the Graduate College
Phone: (479) 968-0398
Fax: (479) 964-0542