The University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana (UAHT) received approval from the University of Arkansas System Board of Trustees on Thursday, January 28, to install a one-megawatt solar array and solar learning lab on the Hope campus.
Did working from home and staring at your yard ignite the desire to learn more about gardening? If so, now is the time to apply for the Arkansas Master Gardener program, the state’s largest horticulture volunteer and education organization.
Registration for spring classes at the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana is open now through January 12, 2021. The College will hold extended hours of registration on January 7 and 8 from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Classes begin on Wednesday, January 11, 2021.
What is the "new normal" in business going to be starting in 2021? What businesses or services or professions are going to be recession-proof in the future? What can residents of Southwest Arkansas do to prepare themselves for the "new normal," whatever that may b…
Congratulations to the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana Paramedic student and Phi Theta Kappa member Alan Laxton was recently selected from hundreds of nationwide applicants to receive the Phi Theta Kappa New Century Workforce Pathways Scholarship and the Dr. Richard L. Resurreccion Internation…
Hempstead Hall, the performing arts and conference center on the University of Arkansas Hope –Texarkana's Hope campus, will remain closed to the public until at least December 2020 due to public health and safety measures surrounding COVID-19.
The University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana will host New Student Orientation (NSO) online this year via Blackboard. The College will also offer on-campus appointments for small groups of students to pick up their student ID cards, parking stickers, and books before classes begin.