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Mission, Vision, and Values

College Mission

South Arkansas Community College promotes excellence in learning, teaching, and service; provides lifelong educational opportunities; and serves as a cultural, intellectual, and economic resource for the community.


College Vision

South Arkansas Community College will strive to be the leading resource for accessible education, workforce training, partnerships and economic development for our region.


College Core Values

The college has identified six values statements that serve as guiding principles in fulfilling the Mission Statement.


Excellence in Education
We are committed to providing students access to a highly competent, innovative, and supportive faculty and staff; modern facilities equipped with current technology; and high-quality academic and occupational programs.
Student Learning
We are committed to providing support, respect, and encouragement, thereby enabling students to achieve their educational goals and develop skills for lifelong learning.
Contribution to the Community
We strive to serve the academic, occupational, and enrichment needs of the community; enhance its quality of life; and support economic development in South Arkansas.
Quality of Work Environment
Recognizing that everyone contributes to the learning process, we value each member of our college community; foster respect, trust, and support among faculty, staff, and students; encourage responsible, creative risk-taking and innovation; and recognize and reward exceptional performance and integrity.
Respect for Diversity
Believing that everyone should have an opportunity to learn and succeed, we value intellectual and cultural diversity in the classroom, in the workplace, and in the community.
Commitment to Accountability
We are committed to continuous evaluation of our institution to address the needs of the present and to meet the challenges of the future.

Concurrent Credit

 
Registration Information:

Registration Forms:

Transcript Request Forms to Send Transcripts from your high school to SouthArk:

Need to schedule the COMPASS? Contact The Testing Center.

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Concurrent In-Semester Forms

Need a Tutor? Contact The Learning Center.

After High School Graduation:

For transfer information, visit www.southark.edu/transfer.

Study at SouthArk and Save!

Students routinely devote their first two years in college to completing the core curriculum before moving into studies in their selected major. You can complete your entire core curriculum at SACC and then transfer the entire block to any public four-year college or university.

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Researching Colleges, Scholarships and More!

COLLEGE PLANNING WEBSITES

www.adhe.edu/divisions/financialaid
Provides general information on the cost of higher education in Arkansas and the various financial aid programs available through the Arkansas Department of Higher Education.

http://studentaid.ed.gov/PORTALSWebApp/students/english/checklist.jsp
This federal student aid site can be used by students of all ages and by parents to find out what to do when preparing for college.

http://www.saygocollege.com/   
A website provided by Arkansas Next and the Arkansas Department of Higher Education, SayGoCollege provides information on Arkansas colleges and universities and on SayGoCollege week.

www.KnowHow2Go.org
Outlines specific steps for students to take in each grade from middle school through high school; guides students on how to successfully prepare for the college admissions process.


www.college.gov
college.gov is being built by the U.S. Department of Education in collaboration with students. This site is intended to be the go-to source for information and resources about planning, preparing and paying for postsecondary education (such as 2- or 4-year colleges and universities, and vocational or career schools). 

going2college.org
A site designed to help you explore career options, plan for college and locate financial aid sources.

www.actstudent.org

Advice from ACT on what you need to do to prepare for college, how to apply to colleges and search for financial aid, and more.

 

COLLEGE SEARCH WEBSITES

http://www.review.com/
Research colleges, careers, scholarships, and more!  This site is sponsored by the Princeton Review test preparation company.

http://www.collegeboard.com/
Research different career and colleges, search for scholarships free, utilize a financial aid calculator, and get information on taking the SAT. 

www.collegeview.com
Find everything relating to college, from the application process to blogs written by other college-bound students.

 FINANCIAL AID WEBSITES 

https://www.ark.org/adhe_financialaid/login.aspx

An Arkansas search engine providing information on 21 state and lottery funded scholarships, grants, and loan reimbursements.  Complete the YOUniversal application to begin your search.

 

www.fundmyfuture.info

Provides a collection of hundreds of scholarships and grants for which Arkansas students may be eligible.

www.collegescholarships.org
An extensive, comprehensive website that covers everything from scholarships and grants to writing admittance essays.  This site includes information on minority scholarships and the NCAA/NCAA Clearing House.

 
www.fastweb.com
A free search for private scholarships.  They ask for an address and phone number to provide to their sponsors.

www.finaid.org
A comprehensive presentation of aid sources, loans, etc.  It also contains free scholarship searches from several different databases.  Calculate potential college costs, loan payments, savings, and the expected family contribution (EFC).  Click on “Calculators” to begin.

www.wiredscholar.com
This site is sponsored by Sallie Mae.  To use this service, you need an e-mail address.  Free!

ESTIMATING YOUR FAMILY CONTRIBUTIONS

www.c3apply.org
Click on “Student,” then “Financial Need Estimator.”  Have your real/estimated tax and asset information available.


www.fafsa4caster.ed.gov/
This free tool created by the U.S. Department of Education allows you to receive an estimate of your federal financial aid to help you plan for college costs.

http://www.aie.org/Counselors/Calculators/index.cfm
AIE's calculators are designed to help determine the costs associated with higher education.  This page includes a loan calculator, in school budget worksheet, out of school budget worksheet, and an expected family contribution calculator.

 FEDERAL STUDENT AID:  COMPLETING THE FAFSA FORM

www.fafsa.ed.gov
Find information on the complete federal student aid process, including the online FAFSA form.  You must complete this form to apply for loans, grants, and campus work study programs.

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