Campus News

  • It was recently brought to our attention that some of the 2016/2017 Student Handbooks were misprinted with an omission of months from the planner in the back.  If you notice that you have one of these defective handbooks, we apologize for the inconvenience and we encourage you to come by Student Affairs to exchange it for a Student Handbook with a complete and accurate planner.  Also, if you have a defective handbook and are able to return it to us, that would allow us to let the printers know approximately how many defective handbooks were delivered.

    Thank you and again I apologize for this inconvenience,

    Dr. Kim E. Armstrong
    Vice President of Student Affairs
    College Of The Ouachitas

  • College of the Ouachitas wants to welcome you to Fall classes for 2016. We want to remind you that either a payment or your financial aid needs to be completed and showing on your account before August 19, 2016. If you have made a payment plan, we still need a payment on your account by this date. Otherwise, you risk the chance of losing your classes. Classes start Monday, August 22, 2016.

    The Business Office offers a payment plan. Payments are divided into three payments for spring classes. We charge a $35 finance fee (non-refundable) for this service. You may also make payments online through your self-service account. Be sure to review your self-service account to verify all payments have been applied and all charges are correct. Contact the Business Office at 501.332.0237 to make payment arrangements or if you have questions regarding your student account.

  • During the month of July, College of the Ouachitas will host two 3D Design and Digital Sculpting Day Camps for students in 7th grade through senior year.  Cost is $45 per student.  For more information, contact Michael Karr at (501)332-0251 or email mkaar@coto.edu.

    Camp 1:   7th-9th grade students      July 14, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
    Camp 2:     10th-12th grade students      July 21, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

  • College of the Ouachitas recently announced the President’s and Dean’s List for the Spring 2016 semester.  Students on the President’s List have earned 12 or more credit hours in college level courses and achieved a 4.0 grade point average for the semester.  Those named to the President’s List include Hot Spring County residents: Ashley Clark, Eric Gaither, Seana Granger, Payton Kehner, Sheena Loy, Robert McKnight, Brittany Ramey, and Jessica Robertson;  Grant County residents: Levi Boudra, Emily Hope, and Caitlyn Mozingo; Clark County residents: Billy Adams, Lisa Barker, Sydney McCauley, and Chelsea McKay; Saline County residents: Elizabeth Crumpler and Jeneille Hampel; Jefferson County resident: Dana Smith; and Dallas County resident: Yessenia Gonzalez.

     

    Students named to the Dean’s List have earned 12 or more credit hours in college level courses and achieved a 3.50 grade point average for the semester.  Those named to the Dean’s List include Hot Spring County residents: Robert Aulds, John Bennett, Molly Cunningham, Seth Draper, Erin Dyer, Jeremy Freeman, Thomas Hedges, John Jeffries, Adam Landreth, Gary Loughren, Magan McDougal, Raimy Rink, and Loni Williams; Grant County residents: Collin Boatright, Kayla Conner, Emily Funderburg, Destiny Harrington, and Caleb Knighten; Clark County residents: Runar Lunde, Mathew McClenahan, and Erin Wingfield; Saline County residents: Melissa Davis, Lauren House, Kayla Neal, Aleas Ramsey, and Leslie Strickland; Garland County residents: Karen Brodin and Kyle Cash; Jefferson County resident: Rebecca Hicks, and White County resident: Jade McCoy.

  • Summer 5-week I:
    PSYC 1113 01   General Psychology               Weak 
     
    Summer 10-week:
    DATA 1213 31  Word Processing                     Beard 
    DATA 1243 31  Spreadsheet Applications        Boyett
    ECDE 1213 31   Curriculum and Materials       Diehl
    ECDE 1223 01   Early Childhood Practicum I   Diehl
    ECON 2213 31  Principles of Microeconomics Claar
    ENGL 1111 01   Comp I Supplemental Instr.     Edwards
    ENGL 1113 01   Composition I                          Edwards
    ENGL 1213 01   Composition II                        Edwards
    HIST 2123 31    US History Since 1865            Schultz 
    PSYC 1113 01   General Psychology               Mills

     

  • During the summer semester (May 23-July 29), the testing schedule has changed to the following:

    Monday & Tuesday: Testing by appointment only.
    Wednesday: 9:00 am COMPASS testing, 1:00 pm Accuplacer Testing
    Thursday: Pearson Vue Testing by appointment only.

    There will be no testing on Fridays.

  • College of the Ouachitas Summer Hours will begin on Monday, May 23 and continue through Friday, July 29.

    Campus will be open:
    Monday - Thursday: 7:30am - 5:00pm 
    Friday:  8:00am - 12:00pm.

  • College of the Ouachitas in Malvern, AR is seeking qualified applicants for the position of CIS instructor. Click here for more information.

  • College of the Ouachitas is hosting a Career Fair, Thursday, April 21, 9:00am to 1:00pm, in the Great Room. There will be employers from various industries in attendance. This is a great opportunity for students and upcoming graduates who are seeking employment to meet local employers. All students are encouraged to attend, community members are welcome to attend, as well. 

    Curent list of employeers:
    Arauco
    Arbor Oaks Healthcare and Rehab
    Arkansas Department of Human Services
    Arkansas Workforce Center
    Baptist Health Little Rock
    Benton Police Department
    Birch Tree Communities
    City of Hot Springs
    Malvern Daily Record
    National Park Medical Center
    Ouachita River Correctional Unit
    Sam’s Club
    Star Tech
    SYKES
    Tupperware

  • Reminder to All students:
    Friday, April 8, will be the final day to turn in a loan request for the Spring Semester.
    Summer Loan Applications will be available on Monday, April 11.

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