Priority (current students) Registration begins Monday, April 13. Visit with your advisor TODAY!
Are you interested in the health profession field? There are so many exciting opportunities for you. As an example, Lifenet Helicopter will be on campus on April 28th, 2015, from approximately 12:00pm to 1:00pm near the pond area. Information about COTO's health sciences program, handouts, and goodies will be available. Come see us!
Student Affairs will be operating with limited staff on Friday, April 10, until 1:00pm.
On Saturday, April 11th from 10:00am to 2:00pm, SGA will be sponsoring the Spring Fling. There will be an egg hunt, two food vendors, a game show, jump houses, face painting by our Cosmetology students, and many other games and activities. This event is open to the community.
Spring Break is March 23-27. Campus will be OPEN Monday-Wednesday, 8a-4:30p. Library will open at 7:30a. Math Lab hours are 9a-12p.
Campus will be CLOSED Thursday and Friday.
Kwin Black MS, RD, LD will present a Diabetes Self-Care Workshop Saturday, March 14th from 9 am - 4 pm with lunch from 1 -2 pm at College of the Ouachitas. The workshop will take place in the Lecture Hall, room A-309. Cost is $125. Register at library.coto.edu – community ed. Please call 501-332-0210 for more information.
- Diabetes Overview
- Healthy Eating with Diabetes
- Heathy Shopping/Food Preparation
- Self-care Activities and Diabetes
- Monitoring Blood Sugar
- Healthy Diabetes Maintenance
College of the Ouachitas is open at regular operating hours, today, Wednesday, February 18. We understand that each route is affected differently, therefore we encourage you to use good judgment and caution when commuting to the campus. Please be safe in your travels.
As a reminder, in the event of an emergency closing, College of the Ouachitas will send emergency notifications in the following formats: via text, phone call, and/or email, post to Facebook, Twitter and on COTO.edu, as well as notify the Little Rock television stations and local radio stations of the emergency status. If there is no announcement, individuals should assume the College is open.
Should a closing be weather related, keep in mind that College of the Ouachitas is a commuter campus and areas potentially affected by the weather could vary. In cases where the college remains open, individuals should assess hazardous weather conditions in their own areas and make their own judgment calls before traveling.
Please be sure to register for phone and email notifications and that information is current.
Simply follow the link below for step by step instructions.
Library - General Tutoring
Crystal Lewis: Tutoring Coordinator
(Special areas-Math, Physical Science. Comp, Psychology, study skills – all Arts & Sciences)
M, W 8:00 – 9:30 and 10:30 – 4:30
Tuesday 8:00 – 8:30 and 11:00 – 4:30
Thursday 8:00 – 8:30 and 11:00 – 4:30
*Friday by Appointment
(Special areas – Nursing, comp – all Arts & Sciences)
T, TH 2:30 – 4:30
(Special areas – Nursing, comp, College Algebra, sciences)
M, T, W 11:00 – 4:30
*Thursday and Friday by appointment
(Special area – Accounting)
M 8:00 – 4:30
W 8:00 – 1:00
Arts and Sciences Building Room G108
Sean Elkin, Instructor T, TH 12:15 – 1:00
Math for all Levels
Science Building Room B109
Lisa Irwin, Assoc. Prof. M, T, W, TH 12:15 – 12:45
*Other times by appointment
Biological Sciences including Biology, API, APII, Microbiology, & Environmental Sciences
Science Building Room B103
Basil Miller, Part time faculty T, TH 5:00 – 6:00 pm
Physical Science & Chemistry
**Appointments are not required for tutoring, but are recommended. **
Open Math Lab on Fridays for students get ahead in these classes.
College of the Ouachitas recently announced the President’s and Dean’s List for the Fall 2014 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: Tommy Adams, Donna Bost, Ashley Clements, Bobbie Crossno, Jeremy Freeman, Cheyanne Hall, Brittany Murphy, and Amanda Porterfield; Saline County residents: Sarah Cooper, Patricia Specht, and Jamie Witham; Clark County residents: Cynthia Lemons, Erica Noumba-Yonkeu, Juliann Riley, and Tanya Tucker; Grant County residents: Brandi Cosby, David Jordan, and Brandi Phillips; and Garland County resident: Karen Sharp.
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: Abby Bailey, Danielle Balding, Sarah Beard, Courtney Blacklock, Stephanie Boren, Stephanie Branch, Krista Childers, Priscilla Clary, Justin Collie, Taylor Cook, Ronnie Edwards, Keri Fulton, Tyler Gill, Austin Hall, Dovie Hardwick, Lauren Harper, Saige Ivy, Lisa Jones, Donna Jones, Lacey Kettell, Asia McCollum, Jennifer Nichols, William Ottinger, Kaitlyn Porter, Madison Raper, Austin Ray, Summer Revels, Brandon Rimmer, Justin Rudolph, Ashley Russell, and David Williams; Saline County residents: Elizabeth Crumpler, Holly Gerlach, and Kari Maxwell; Clark County residents: John Coston, Briana Freeman, Gloria Hendrix, Anitra Horton, Samantha Kuyper, Mathew McClenahan, Stacy Shuman, Paralee Taylor, Loraine Walker, Beverly Williams, and Yvonne Wilson; Grant County residents: Melissa Allen, Levi Boudra, Nathan Clark, Kayla Conner, Laci Cunningham, Brittany Freeman, Hannah Goodman, Stephanie Mitchell, Morganne Price, and Cole Sanders; and Garland County resident: Tristan Garner.