General Education Statement of Philosophy
General education courses at East Arkansas Community College enhance academic skills, reasoning capabilities, and general knowledge required for continued learning and advancement in students’ professional and personal lives. Students will demonstrate increased proficiency in …
East Arkansas Community College has an open door policy for general admission and offers equal educational opportunity to all persons without regard to race, sex, creed, color, national origin, age, marital status, or disability. Inquiries regarding admission should be submitted to the Office of Admission and Registration. This office receives …
The Financial Aid Office at East Arkansas Community College seeks to provide financial assistance to any student who, without such support, could not attend the College. A comprehensive program of financial aid in the form of scholarships, loans, grants, and jobs is provided to qualifying students. To become or remain eligible for financial aid, …
Educational Guidance Services personnel are committed to providing opportunities for each individual student’s total educational development. Specific student services are integrated with the instructional program of the college to address individual needs for educational, personal, social, cultural and career development.
Mission Statement & Guiding Philosophy
The department of Student Services supports the College’s mission to prepare students for a lifetime of learning and contributing to society by connecting academic and co-curricular programs.
The department lives out this mission by promoting a campus culture characterized by …
EACC’s faculty and staff is committed to providing students of all ages and stages of life access to high quality and affordable academic, technical and non-credit education.
EACC’s Department of Continuing Education and Workforce Development has announced its Summer Schedule of classes for students of every age. Click HERE for Summer schedule.
The schedule offers a wide variety of unique Kids on Campus programs and camps including: Children’s Theater Camp, Tennis Camp, Junior Golf Camp, Basketball Camp, Model Airplanes, CSI-Crime Scene, and Creative Engineering science camps, Slammin’ Jammin’ Guitar Lessons, Farm Animal Fun, Adventure Camp, Little Brushes, Name Art, PreK Picasso, and Christmas in July art camps, Creative Writing, ACT Prep, and many more!
Students entering grades 3rd – 4th will have a blast creating video games, animated stories and bringing their imaginations to life while they learn cools skills such as basic coding and programming, problem solving, logic, physics and more in the hands-on Code Breakers class. In the Creative Writing class, students entering grades 5th-6th will ignite their creative spark as they learn the basic elements of story creation and writing. Boys and girls entering PreK4 – Kindergarten will get their bodies and brains moving in the Moving and Shaking class. Participants will use yoga, Zumba, and other fun dances to sharpen their minds and moves as they build balance coordination, creativity and confidence.
The Personal Interests and Senior Sage (students aged 50+) classes for adults include Western Riding, Craft Design, Yoga, Zumba, Digital Photography, Applied Voice, Applied Piano and more. Students with little or no experience will learn western riding techniques as they develop their skills through practical experience and individualized equitation lessons in a group setting in the Western Riding I course, while the Self-Book Publishing class will provide students with information about publishing their own book, including topics such as finding the right publishing company, self-editing and working with an editor, distribution, and promotion.
The schedule for Professional Development classes includes: Healthcare Provider CPR, Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Refresher course, Pediatric Cardiac Life Support (PALS) Recertification course and welding courses. Participants will learn hands-on skills in oxy-acetylene welding, cutting and brazing, basic welding, and safety necessary in the maintenance and repair of production equipment in the Welding Operations course, while Welding Principles will cover the basic knowledge of oxyacetylene welding and provide a basic introduction to TIG and MIG welding procedures and practices.
Click HERE for the complete schedule of Summer classes. Pre-registration is required for all classes and events. For more information about classes, fees, and locations, please call 870-633-4480 ext. 333. Tuition waivers are available for credit classes for students aged 50+.