TRiO Student Support Services will be hosting a luncheon for our participants, Wednesday, February 12th, from 12pm. – 1p.m., in the Great Room at College of the Ouachitas. If you are a TRiO participant, please reserve your seat with Ms. Lori at 501-332-0288. For more information, click here.
The last day to charge books to your Financial Aid is Friday, January 31st.
Financial Aid refunds will be disbursed on Friday, February 14th. Refund checks will be available after 9am at the Business Office windows. Students must have Student ID and Driver's License.
On Thursday, January 16, around 10:00 a.m., Malvern Police Department informed the college that they were responding to a call regarding a threat of a firearm at College of the Ouachitas by an individual visiting the campus. A search of the suspected individual and their vehicle determined that no weapons were present. MPD removed the individual from the campus without further incident.
College of the Ouachitas takes situations of this nature seriously, as we place paramount importance on the safety of our students, faculty, staff and campus visitors. Situations of this nature allow college officials to evaluate and strengthen existing emergency protocols in order to assure the highest level of security for the College community.
"Meet the Artist" Library Open House!
Thursday, January 23, 2014 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Robin Miller-Bookhout grew up in Malvern and graduated from MHS in 1971. She is retired from teaching art in the Little Rock School District, and now spends more time on her painting. She has a beautiful collection of oil pastels and watercolors on display in the library. She also has some framed paints, note cards, and magnets for sale, with the proceeds going to the COTO Foundation for scholarships.
David Malcolm Rose grew up in upstate New York, but now lives in Hot Springs, Ar. His sculptures of buildings along the old Route 66 have been on display in the Library since early November, but now is the chance to meet this talented individual and hear his stories.
The College's voice mail system is experiencing technical difficulties. As of now, you may call 501-337-5000 during regular hours (8am-4:30pm) and a person will answer the phone and transfer you. You may also dial any direct number, follow the link below for the employee directory. The issue is that there is no voicemail, so if the person you are trying to reach is not at their desk at that moment, you will not be able to leave a message. We appreciate your patience as the IT Department continues working closely with our network provider to resolve the situation.
The College's phone system is currently experiencing technical difficulties. The IT Department is working closely with our network provider to resolve the situation, but we have been notified that the system will be down the remainder of today and over the weekend. Network Services Group will be sending a tech out on Monday. Incoming calls to 501-337-5000 will likely hear a fast busy signal. Direct lines still work, so anyone calling direct lines from outside will still be able to call in. Follow the link below for the employee directory.
Below are the dates and times for Spring 2014 Orientations:
Transfer Student Orientation
January 7, 2014
The purpose of transfer orientation is to provide helpful information about campus life that will make your transition and experience as a COTO student a successful one.
**Keep in mind that this orientation session is mandatory.
New Student Orientation
January 9, 2014
11:30-12:30 Lunch and Student Organization Fair
12:30-1:00 Opening & Welcome
1:00-1:30 Student Success Network Representatives Skit
1:30-2:00 Prize Wheel!!
2:00-3:00 Campus Tour
3:00-3:30 Advisor Introductions-Breakout
3:30-4:00 Closing and Giveaways
4:00--- Students will be able to buy books, get ID cards, etc.
All College of the Ouachitas Campuses and sites will be closed on Monday, January 6, 2014, until 1:00pm.
Wednesday, December 11th and Thursday, December 12th in the bookstore from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. ONLY. Please bring all material that came with the book, such as DVD's, CD's, etc. Must present college photo ID or driver's license.
The Compass test will be given at 10:00am on Friday, December 13, instead of the usual 9:00am time.