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Monday, October 8, 2018

UACCM Pageant Set For November 3

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton SkillsUSA chapter will host the twelfth annual UACCM Pageant on Saturday, Nov. 3. The pageant will begin at 10 a.m. in the college's Fine Arts Auditorium.

The pageant is open to current UACCM students, as well as girls between the ages of birth and 17 years old who may compete in seven additional categories. Those competing for the title of Miss UACCM will be judged on beauty, professionalism, speech presentation, and interview skills. The winner of the Miss UACCM division will receive a $1,000 scholarship to the college, and the first alternate in that category will receive a $500 scholarship.

The pageant will run throughout the day, beginning with a welcome ceremony at 10 a.m. followed by the Baby Miss, Tiny Miss, Petite Miss, and Little Miss competitions. At 1 p.m., the Princess Miss, Pre-Teen Miss, and Teen Miss competitions will take place ending with the competition and crowning of Miss UACCM. The pageant is open to the public and admission is $3. Children under four years of age get in free.

The pre-registration deadline is Monday, Oct. 22, and the final deadline to register is by 4 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 29. Applications and pageant rules are available for pickup in the UACCM Business Technology Center, Room 200, or online at www.uaccm.edu/current_student/pageant.htm

For more information, contact Linda Zambrano at (501) 977-2061, or at zambrano@uaccm.edu. 

Monday, September 24, 2018

Public Invited to 'Workforce Strong' Event Oct. 6

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton invites the public to attend Workforce Strong, a National Manufacturing Day event, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6. This free event will be located inside the Workforce Training Center on the west end of campus.

“This event has two purposes, with the first being to reach out to eighth- through 12th-grade students and their families and expose them to modern-day career opportunities and the education required for those jobs,” Jessica Rohlman, UACCM’s Director of Workforce Development & Community Education, said. “These are viable, high-wage, high-demand jobs that aren’t what you would think of years and years ago. We are also, in acting as a job fair, reaching the underemployed and unemployed in our area.” 

There will be food and drink available to participants, as well as booths for every hands-on training program offered at UACCM. This includes:

·         Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Technology
·         Automotive Service Technology
·         Business
·         Commercial Driver Training
·         Computer Information Systems Technology
·         Drafting
·         Early Childhood Development
·         Emergency Medical Technician
·         Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology
·         Nursing Assisting
·         Practical Nursing
·         Registered Nursing
·         Surveying
·         Welding Technology

UACCM is committed to developing a well-prepared workforce for our community, as well as local businesses and industry partners — several of which will be present for this event, such as Welsco, Inc.; Conway Human Development Center; Hagans Dodge; American Welding Society Lexicon; Prospect Steel; Green Bay Packaging, Arkansas Kraft Division; Mercer Valve Company; and Training Consultants, Inc.

For more information about this event, contact Rohlman at rohlman@uaccm.edu, or at (501) 977-2004. The UACCM Department of Workforce Development & Community Education offers trainings to businesses and industry, as well as classes for enjoyment and lifelong learning.

Monday, September 17, 2018

All UACCM Police Officers Now At Senior Certification Level

Wesley Martin of the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton Campus Police recently completed requirements for his Senior Certification as a law enforcement officer. Martin, a police officer since 2003, will be going into his eighth year at UACCM in October.

This now means all of UACCM’s officers, including Campus Police Chief David Hall and Campus Police Officer Richard Ates, have obtained a Senior Certification. Certifications are awarded by the Arkansas Commission of Law Enforcement Standards and Training based on a combination of training hours, years of experience, and how many college semester hours an officer has completed.

UACCM Campus Police Officer Wesley Martin, Campus Police Chief David Hall, and Campus Police Officer Richard Ates

“There are five levels of certification that a law enforcement officer in the state of Arkansas can get, starting with a basic certification through the Academy, all the way up to the highest certificate, which is the senior certificate,” Hall said. Not only is this uncommon for any college or university, Hall added, but it is uncommon for any police department to have a full staff at this level of certification.

 “It shows that we, as a police department, have exposed ourselves to more education and training than what is required,” he said. “It’s something on our resume that shows that we’ve worked to make ourselves better. It shows dedication.”

This announcement comes during National Campus Safety Awareness Month. Throughout the month of September, everyone at UACCM — including police officers, staff, and faculty — has reached out to students with weekly programs and in order to promote a safe community on campus. 

UACCM Phi Theta Kappa Chapter Receives Four-Star Designation

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton’s Beta Eta Sigma chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, an international honor society of community and junior colleges, was recently designated a four-star chapter by the organization’s international office.

“This is the first time in our chapter’s history to reach this designation,” Mathew Herrman, a Phi Theta Kappa advisor at UACCM, said. “Over the past three years, we have attained and maintained a three-star status thanks to our research projects. Prior to 2015, we were unable to move past a one-star level, but with a restructuring of the program, we have moved up the ladder quickly.”

Herrman said that one way the chapter was able to maintain a four-star rating is the upcoming Regional Honors Institute, a leadership training conference being held at National Park College in Hot Springs next month. The chapter currently has six students, including four officers and two members, planning to attend. 

“Our goal this year is to complete our five-star rating by nominating the chapter, our projects, and individuals in the organization for regional and national awards in late November and December, which is our only remaining requirement,” he said. “We are one of four chapters in the Oklahoma-Arkansas Region who have set the goal of a five-star status for the 2018-2019 school year. Our nearest sister chapter, National Park College, has been keeping that standard of five stars for several years, thanks to their chapter advising team and student leaders. We have been taking a lot of cues from them on how to be more successful.”

The mission statement of Phi Theta Kappa is “to recognize academic achievement of college students and to provide opportunities for them to grow as scholars and leaders.” To become a member, students must have completed at least 12 hours of coursework that may be applied to an associate degree while maintaining at least a 3.5 GPA.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

UACCM Announces Summer 2018 Graduates

47 students have received 50 awards after completing summer courses at the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton The awards included 23 associate degrees, 24 certificates of general studies, and 3 certificates of proficiency.  

UACCM Summer 2018 graduates are listed below alphabetically by city:

(AA – Associate of Arts; AAS – Associate of Applied Science; AGS – Associate of General Studies; CP – Certificate of Proficiency; CGS – Certificate of General Studies)

Kristen Gipson (CGS)

Levi Morrow (AGS)

Zachary McEntire – (AGS); Computer Information Systems Technology (AAS)

Sarah Atkinson – General Education (AA)
Ashton Berry (AGS)
Mikaela Brown (CGS)
Daviana Canon (CGS)
Kerry Causey (AGS)
Allen Christianson (CGS)
Samuel Gattin – General Education (AA)
Reagan Hamilton – Early Childhood Development (CP)
Ashley Herrin (CGS)
Jacob Keck – Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (CP)
Cheyenne Lancaster (CGS)
Jonathan Montelongo – General Education (AA)
Axel Pinard (CGS)
Jessica Rhoades – General Education (AA)
Erika Robinson – General Education (AA)
Jordan Royster (CGS)
Layton Shumate (CGS)
Catherine Siebenmorgen (CGS)
Virginia Siebenmorgen (CGS)
Brittany York – General Education (AA)

Jansen Riddle – General Education (AA)

Arely Cervantes (CGS)
Heidi Doucette (AGS)
Andrea Level (AGS)
Mario Rivera (CGS)

Terri Downey (CGS)
Kaitlyn Stell (AGS)
Martin Summers (CGS)
Emily Ward (CGS)
Victoria Wilson (CGS)
Kyle Yarberry – General Education (AA)

Christopher Punzo (CGS)

William Lute – (AGS); General Education (AA)

Megan Bray (CGS)
Jeffrey Green – General Education (AA)
Alisha Greer (CGS)
Denene Holliman – General Education (AA)

Jessalyn Curtis (CGS)
Yarissa Ledesma (CGS)
Charles Moye – (AGS); Business (AAS)

Franklin Wilson – Welding (AAS)

Montgomery Duryea – Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (CP)
Jessie Lentz (CGS)

Daniel Condit (CGS)

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

I'm a 1st Gen. Are You?

The following is a message from UACCM Counseling and Disability Services. 

College was something I had prepared for my whole life, yet I had many questions and didn't know the answers. How was a tire salesman going to pay for college living paycheck to paycheck? Would I qualify for Work-Study? How do loans work? What is a FAFSA? How do I get scholarships? What degree is going to get me a job? My parents could not answer any of these questions because they had never been to college. In fact, they had the same questions I had, and then some. 

If you're a first-generation college student, you probably aren't as familiar with the college experience as someone who has at least one parent with a college degree. My mother and father had never spent any time in a college classroom, much less earn a degree. So there we were, drowning in a sea of information and trying to learn how to swim. I quickly found out that getting into college and paying for it was only half of the battle, and there were many more questions and obstacles I needed help with. 

Your story may not be identical to mine, but I'm sure it strikes a chord if you're a first-generation student. The following quote is from a 2011 Higher Education Research Institution report: 

First-generation students were less likely to complete their college degree in six years than their peers whose parents had a least some college experience (50% first-generation versus 64% non-first-generation). 

At UACCM Counseling & Disability Services, we understand that first-generation students may need some help along the way, so we have developed a bimonthly support group to help with that. Students can choose to come on the day that best fits their schedule. UACCM instructors and staff members who were also first-generation students will share their stories, answer questions, and help with creating a place for community. 

If you're 1st Gen., we invite you to join us! 

Cody Davis, LPC
Director of Counseling & Disability Services

Friday, August 10, 2018

GED Night Classes Return to UACCM Adult Ed In Clinton

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton’s Adult Education Center in Clinton will once again offer night classes for GED students beginning Monday, Aug. 20. Night classes will meet from 4-7 p.m. on Monday and Thursday evenings. Interested students are encouraged to schedule an appointment any time during office hours.

All instruction at any UACCM Adult Education Center is free of charge. Each facility offers various programs, including adult basic education, Career Readiness Certification, English as a Second Language, college prep, and Workforce Alliance & Growth in the Economy (WAGE) — a series of stackable certifications in partnership with local businesses and industries to prepare participants for workforce careers.

As a reminder for GED students, the GED Exam is only $16, which covers all four tests, and scholarship vouchers are now available to those who qualify. Students may also be eligible for vouchers to cover all costs for the GED Practice Tests.

Students who complete the GED program will receive a tuition waiver scholarship for a three-hour college class at UACCM, and may also be eligible for a renewable full tuition scholarship to the college for three semesters.

UACCM Adult Education Centers serve anyone 18 years of age or older, and students can start classes at any time throughout the year. There is an open entry and exit policy at all four locations.

For more information about UACCM Adult Education services in Clinton, contact Erica Freeman at (501) 745-6554, or at freeman@uaccm.edu.

Thursday, August 9, 2018

UACCM Early Childhood Development Program Accreditation Renewed by NAEYC

The National Association for the Education of Young Children’s (NAEYC) Commission on the Accreditation of Early Childhood Higher Education Programs has renewed accreditation for the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton’s Early Childhood Development program.

UACCM is one of only three NAEYC-accredited colleges in the state, which also includes Southeast Arkansas College in Pine Bluff, and University of Arkansas Pulaski Technical College in North Little Rock. After the commission’s decision this month, there are now 205 NAEYC-accredited programs nationwide.

Early childhood preparation programs serve a wide-range of students and prepare early childhood educators for a variety of early learning settings. Accreditation serves as a mechanism for ensuring a consistent and high level of program quality and alignment to NAEYC’s Professional Preparation Standards while respecting the unique mission and context of each degree program.

“On behalf of the Commission, I’d like to congratulate the programs who earned and renewed accreditation during the most recent review cycle. These programs have spent significant time examining their programs of study, mapping their courses to the standards, creating key assessments, and developing assessment plans, with the goal of continuous program improvement,” Crystal Swank, commission chair, said. “Kudos to the faculty for their dedication and hard work!”

To earn and retain accreditation, professional preparation programs must demonstrate that they:
  • Align to NAEYC’s Professional Preparation Standards; 
  • Respond to the unique needs of their degree candidates and communities;
  • Provide intentional learning experiences for their degree candidates to obtain the knowledge and skills needed to be effective early childhood educators; and 
  • Continuously assess and reflect on their degree candidates’ performance.
For more information about UACCM’s Early Childhood Development program, contact the Admissions Office at (501) 977-2053, or visit our website at www.UACCM.edu.

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

New Community Education Courses Available

The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton’s Department of Workforce Development and Community Education will offer several new non-credit courses this fall. These are designed for self-improvement, continuing your education, learning a new hobby, or just having fun. There are no admission requirements for any course.

Sept. 6: Automotive Care 101 (5-6:30 p.m.)
  • This course will cover how to manage and prevent basic car troubles that could leave you stranded or needing assistance. participants will receive hands-on experience on how to do basic preventative maintenance such as checking fluids, connecting jumper cables, tire care, wiper blade replacement, and more. When registering, list something you would like to learn about your vehicle and the instructor will tailor the course around those concerns. Registration is $15. 
Sept. 18– Oct. 4: Analyze and Visualize Data with Excel (Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5-7 p.m.)
  • This is a basic Microsoft Excel course covering topics related to how to enter and calculate data in a table and create pivot tables/charts based off the data. Topics covered include: Excel Basics (Interface), Create & Modify Tables, Sort & Filter, Basic Functions (Sum, Min, Max, Count, and Average), Conditional Formatting, Pivot Tables, Charts, Pivot Charts, Using Slicers, Printing, and Copying/Pasting vs. Linking. Registration is $100.
Sept. 24: Royal Icing Cookie Decorating 101 (6-8 p.m.)
  • Come learn the basics of making those gorgeous Pinterest-inspired decorated cookies. Participants will learn the technique of making royal icing, "flooding," and adding finishing touches to eight cut-out sugar cookies that can be taken home at the end. Seats are limited, so register today. Registration is $25.
Oct. 9 – Nov. 13: Cake Decorating (Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m.)
  • Learn how to save money and impress your family by learning how to decorate cakes and have a lot of fun in the process. This creative cake decorating class is for beginners who want to create cakes for any occasion. Participants will learn how to bake a cake, how to make icing, and many simple decorating techniques. Seats are limited, so register today. Registration is $50.
Oct. 11: Munchkin & Me Cupcake Decorating (6-8 p.m.)
  • Bring along your little baker sidekick and enjoy an evening decorating cupcakes together. Decorations and other tools will be provided. Participants must bring 12 regular-size cupcakes, un-iced, in any flavor. Children must be at least 4 years old to attend. Seats are limited to 15 pairs, so register today. Registration is $30.
Oct. 13: Introduction to Beekeeping (10 a.m. – 12 p.m.)
  • This course will give participants an introduction to the history, methods, and benefits of beekeeping. Upon completion, participants should be familiar with beekeeping equipment and components needed to cultivate a healthy colony. Registration is $20.
Oct. 13: Beginner-Intermediate Genealogy (9 a.m. – 12 p.m.)
  • This is a basic genealogy research course for beginners or anyone curious about the subject. Tools and information will also be provided to participants who have done their own research, but still need help getting to the next step. Registration is $15.
Nov. 1 – Dec. 13: Floral Design (Thursdays, 6-8 p.m.)
  • This course will take participants through the steps of building their very own seasonal creations. Participants will be able to choose what types of floral arrangements will be worked on throughout the sessions. Some supplies will be provided, but participants will need to bring wire cutters, scissors, a glue gun, wire ribbon, and flowers of their choice. Registration is $60.
Nov. 5: Christmas Inspired Royal Icing Cookie Decorating (6-8 p.m.)
  • Come learn the basics of making those gorgeous Pinterest-inspired decorated cookies, all dressed up in the holiday spirit. Participants will learn the technique of making royal icing, "flooding," and adding finishing touches to eight cut-out Christmas sugar cookies that can be taken home at the end. Seats are limited, so register today. Registration is $25.
Dec. 1: Glass Fusion – Unique Jewelry for Unique Artist (9 a.m. – 1 p.m.)
  • Glass Fusing is the technique used to join pieces of glass together by partly melting them at a high temperature. The heating is commonly produced in an electric kiln. This class will explore various ways to mix glass of different colors and designs. Participants will learn how to identify quality pieces, mix colors, and cut glass safely. Seats are limited, so register today. Registration is $40.
Dec. 4. Ladies Night Out (6-8 p.m.)
  • Bring your girlfriends along for an evening filled with baked goods. Just in time for the holidays, learn how to make the perfect cake pop, the prettiest petit fours, and the most decadent homemade chocolates. Seats are limited, so register today. Registration is $30.
Registration for all courses can be completed by going to www.uaccm.edu/workforce. For more information, contact Jessica Rohlman at (501) 977-2004, or at rohlman@uaccm.edu.

Monday, August 6, 2018

UACCM Announces Spring 2018 Graduates

306 students received 406 awards during the spring semester graduation ceremonies May 10-17 at the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton. The awards included 218 associate degrees, 64 certificates of general studies, 41 certificates of proficiency, and 83 technical certificates.

Friends and family members gathered in the college’s Fine Arts Auditorium for five nights as graduates collected their awards from UACCM faculty and staff. Special guests who attended select ceremonies include University of Arkansas System President Dr. Donald R. Bobbitt and University of Arkansas System Trustee Kelly Eichler. Members of the UACCM Board of Visitors also attended the ceremonies, including Doug Brandon, Joe Canady, Paulette Smith, and Chris Magie.

UACCM Spring 2018 graduates are listed below alphabetically by city:

(AA – Associate of Arts; AS – Associate of Science; AAS – Associate of Applied Science; ASE – Associate of Science in Education; ASB – Associate of Science in Business; AGS – Associate of General Studies; TC – Technical Certificate; CP – Certificate of Proficiency; CGS – Certificate of General Studies)

Heather Davis (ASE)

Danielle Blackwell – (AGS); Business (AAS)
Charles Burleson (CGS)
Traci Halstead – General Education (AA)
Bradley Hillis – (AGS); Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS)
Colby Johnston – (AGS); Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS)
Seth Shaddon – (AGS); Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS, TC)
Sabra Stroud – (CGS); General Education (AA)

Bee Branch
Cody Bennett (CGS)
Jacob Blankenship – Welding (AAS)
Trey Hinchey – General Education (AA)
Christopher West – Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (TC)

John Mejia – Business (AAS)

Tara Gosnell – General Education (AA)
Ann-Marie Ison (CGS)
Zachary Powers – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC); Computer Maintenance (CP)
Justin Testerman (CGS)
Laura Thomas – Business (AAS)
Aulbany Williams (CGS)

Heath Ault (CGS)
Ashley Rankin – Business (AAS)
Tabitha Sweeney – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
Alex Thomas – Drafting (TC)

Walter Meek – Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (TC)

Alexandra Cross – Early Childhood Development (AAS)
Kathryn Huggins – General Education (AA)
Alahna Martin – (AGS); Business (AAS)
Zachary McEntire – Computer Maintenance (CP); Computer Information Systems Technology (TC)
Casey McKinney – Practical Nursing (TC)
Nathan Spencer – Automotive Service Technology (TC)
Lilly Stagg – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
Madeline Stagg (CGS)
Brooklyn Wiley – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
Christina Zavala – (AGS); General Education (AA)

Hannah Abels (CGS)
Debra Ainsworth – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC)
Aaron Ansel – (AGS); Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS)
Caleb Ansel – Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS, TC)
Marguerite Bain – General Education (AA)
Kristin Baker (CGS)
Matthew Barber – General Education (AA)
Sean Barnes – (CGS); General Education (AA)
Nikolas Berardi – Emergency Medical Technician (CP)
Katlyn Bernardini – (AGS); Drafting (AAS)
Matthew Blocker (CGS)
Matthew Bradley – (AGS); Drafting (AAS)
Mariana Bragato Pereira (CGS)
Hayden Browers – General Education (AA)
Catherine Brown – General Education (AA)
Lydia Bryan – General Education (AA)
Briana Budnick – General Education (AA)
Haley Burbridge – General Education (AA)
Samuel Burgener – Automotive Service Technology (TC)
Sarai Camarillo – General Education (AA)
Timothy Church – Drafting (TC)
Benjamin Coney – (CGS); General Education (AA)
Gabriel Contreras – (AGS); General Education (AA)
Alexander Corder – Welding (TC, CP)
Grace Crocket (CGS)
Thomas Derych – Networking Technology (CP)
Stormy Farley (CGS)
Michael Fey – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC); Networking Technology (CP)
Samuel Fletcher (CGS)
Brandon Foiles – (AGS); Surveying (AAS)
Janet Furrow – Computer Maintenance (CP); Networking Technology (CP)
Moriah Garrett (AGS)
Nicolas Garrett – (AGS); Automotive Service Technology (AAS, TC)
Giovanni Gianguilli (CGS)
Taylor Gray – General Education (AA); Computer Information Systems Technology (TC); Computer Maintenance (CP)
Alyssa Harding – (CGS); General Education (AA)
Connor Harrell – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC); Computer Maintenance (CP); Networking Technology (CP)
Nina Harris – Early Childhood Development (CP)
Regina Harvey (CGS)
Gabrielle Hathaway (CGS)
Christen Haynes (CGS)
Brandon Hecke – Automotive Service Technology (TC)
Robin Hensely (AGS)
Breylen Horton – Practical Nursing (TC)
Christian Howell – Computer Information Systems Technology (AAS); Networking Technology (CP)
Pablo Hurtado – Computer Information Systems Technology (AAS, TC)
Lars Jeperson – (AGS); Automotive Service Technology (AAS)
Ashton Jolley (ASE)
Britney Jones – Early Childhood Development (TC)
Deeanna Jones (ASB)
Jeffery Kemper – General Education (AA)
Christopher Klippert – (ASB); General Education (AA)
Sawyer Lagasse – (AGS); Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS, TC)
Brooke Lambert (CGS)
Joseph Langer – Surveying (AAS)
Justin Lee (CGS)
Skylar Long (ASE)
Paola Lozano Ruiz – General Education (AA)
Erin Lucas (CGS)
Nathan Mahan – General Education (AA)
Evan Malik – Drafting (TC)
Allison May – General Education (AA)
Samantha McBride (CGS)
Trace McCabe – Networking Technology (CP)
Aaron McDaniel – (AGS); Drafting (AAS)
Alexis McDaniel – General Education (AA)
Faith McGhee – Early Childhood Development (AAS)
Zoey McGhee – General Education (AA)
Morgan McPeake – General Education (AA)
Zachary Mills (CGS)
Melodie Moore – General Education (AA)
Christine Nichols – General Education (AA)
Mia Passalaqua – (AGS); General Education (AA)
Valeria Pavon – (ASE, CGS)
Marissa Payne – (CGS); General Education (AA)
Mattie Pham – General Education (AA)
Thanh Pham (CGS)
Regina Price (CGS)
Jessica Rhoades (ASE)
Ericka Robinson (CGS)
Oscar Sanchez – Drafting (TC)
Maggie Schichtl (ASE)
Warren Schleiff – Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (TC)
Jessica Scott (CGS)
Sharonica Selvy – (AGS); General Education (AA)
Charli Short (ASE_
Nathaniel Smith – Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology (TC)
Travis Snowden – Welding (CP)
Francis Soto – General Education (AA)
Felicia Staples – Early Childhood Development (CP)
Desiree Story – General Education (AA)
Austin Turner – General Education (AA)
Stephen Ussery – Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (TC)
Juan Ventura Canas – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC); Computer Maintenance (CP)
Kaitlin White – General Education (AA)
Catlin Whitlow – General Education (AA)
Sharon Williams – Business (AAS)
Luke Wimberly – Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (TC)
Derek Worm – Automotive Service Technology (TC)

Sydney Bernhardt (CGS)
Breanna Huggins – (AGS); Surveying (AAS)
Trent Langrell (CGS)
Allan Liesche – Drafting (TC)

Ramey Fisher – General Education (AA)
Makayla Hernandez (CGS)
Lyric Richards – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
Luis Solis-Guardado – (AGS); Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS)

Roberto Guevara – Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology (TC)
Garrett Henson – General Education (AA)
Andrea Level – Practical Nursing (TC)
Amanda Renard – (CGS); General Education (AA)
Cicely Tucker – Practical Nursing (TC)

Rhonda Parks – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)

Eric Barkley – Welding (TC, CP)
Joshua Deal – (AGS); Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS)
Ashley Jones – Drafting (TC)
Justin McElroy – Computer Maintenance (CP)
Cecilia Radford – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
David Shaddon – Computer Information Systems Technology (AAS, TC)

Mason Treece – General Education (AA)

Jordan Stocks - Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (TC)
Christina Varner – General Education (AA)

Fairfield Bay
Casey Allen – (AGS); Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS, TC)

Coy Sigmon – Surveying (TC)

Raigan Baker (CGS)
Alyssa Brown (CGS); General Education (AA)
Jamie Carr (AGS)
Loretta Carr – (ASE); General Education (AA)
William Carr – Drafting (AAS)
Joshua Cody – (AGS); Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (TC, CP, AAS)
Tonya Curtner – (CGS); General Education (AA)
Nels Danielson – (CGS); General Education (AA)
Brandi Evans (ASE)
Christa Fitzgerald – Liberal Arts (AS)
Carter Glass – Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (CP)
Tristan Lehmann – Welding (CP)
Dwight Leidholm – Computer Information Systems Technology (AAS); Networking Technology (CP)
Jennifer Roberts – Business (TC, AAS)
Emma Scribner – General Education (AA)
Austin Smith – (AGS); Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS)
Spencer Strickland – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC); Computer Maintenacne (CP); Networking Technology (CP)
Celeste Suitt (CGS)
Jacob Syverson – General Education (AA)
Reagan Weaver – (CGS); General Education (AA)

Russell Conger – Computer Information Systems Technology (AAS); Networking Technology (CP)

Carlin Nicholson – General Education (AA)
Jonathan Strickland – General Education (AA)
Benjamin Tallada – (AGS); Drafting (AAS)
Atlanta Turnage – Practical Nursing (TC)

Randy Vang – Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (CP)

Emily Mathis – Practical Nursing (TC)
Brooklyn Meeks – Business (TC)
Michael Morris – General Education (AA)

Hunter Henderson – Surveying (TC)

Tristen Benton (AGS)
Amy Rathjen – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
Aimee Russell (CGS)
Britton Walker (CGS)
Bethany Weaver (AGS); Business (AAS)

Shawn Rackley- (AGS); Automotive Service Technology (AAS)

Kurtus Leavell - Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (TC)

Emily Brooks – General Education (AA)
Chloe Proctor – Business (AAS)
Andrew Wart – (AGS); Automotive Service Technology (AAS, TC)

Taylor Fugatt (CGS)
William Lute (CGS)
Tyler Roberts - Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (TC)

Tyler Atkinson (AGS)
Cody Beck – Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (AAS)
Norma Beck – Practical Nursing (TC)
Lori Black – Practical Nursing (TC)
Alaysia Canady (CGS)
Dshaye Canady (CGS)
Meghan Carroll – Emergency Medical Technician (CP)
Venessa Criswell (CGS)
Brittany Evans – General Education (AA)
Jeffery Green – Emergency Medical Technician (CP)
Alyssa Grimes – (AGS); Business (AAS)
William Heidenreich (CGS)
Raegan Jones – General Education (AA)
Karina Kuettle (CGS)
Candice Lunsford – Business (AAS)
Charis McKay – Drafting (TC)
Alex McKey (CGS)
Dylan McKnight – (AGS); Drafting (AAS)
Rashawn Morris – (AGS); Business (AAS, TC)
Omar Onofre Mendez – General Education (AA)
Tommy Powell (CGS)
Hope Rankin (CGS)
Jordan Ryals (CGS)
Kristina Scroggins – General Education (AA)
Kaden Shipp – (AGS); Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (AAS)
Jason Simmons – Surveying (TC)
Jacqueline Strauch (CGS)
Sarah Swaffar – Early Childhood Development (CP)
Madilyn White – Business (AAS)
Londyn Weidower – General Education (AA)
Kayla Wright – General Education (AA)

North Little Rock
Ian Dodds – (AGS); Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (AAS)

Marvin Escobar-Peraza – General Education (AA)

Kimberly Rappold – Computer Information Systems Technology (AAS, TC)

Michael Parks – (AGS); Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS, TC)

Justin Bates – Automotive Service Technology (TC)
James Palmer – Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology (TC)
Casey Whitener – Computer Maintenance (CP)

Joshua Bolton – General Education (AA)
Nathaniel Brand (ASB)
Jessica Bryant – General Education (AA)
Katie Ford – (AGS); Business (AAS)
Bryce Glenn – Practical Nursing (TC)
Patricia Hutchins – General Education (AA)
Aaron Jones – General Education (AA)
Allison Jones (ASE)
Reanna Murphy – General Education (AA)
Cameron Quintero – Practical Nursing (TC)

Brittany Keys – General Education (AA)

Lindsey Bean – General Education (AA)
Lydia Howell – General Education (AA)
Kevin McMorrough – General Education (AA)
Tiffany Watts – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)

Alejandro Quintanilla – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC); Computer Maintenance (CP)
William Riggs – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC, AAS); Computer Maintenance (CP); Networking Technology (CP)
Jennifer Robinson (AGS)
Nathalie Wetzel – Business (AAS)

Payden Stewart – General Education (AA)

James Kitchens – Surveying (TC)

Cristian Andrade – General Education (AA)
Sabino Bahena – Automotive Service Technology (TC)
Gary Black – Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (CP)
Kaitlyn Bradford (AGS)
Linnea Brannon – General Education (AA)
Aaron Bullock – Computer Information Systems Technology (TC); Computer Maintenance (CP)
Thomas Crow – (AGS); Business (AAS)
Bryan Gonzalez – Automotive Service Technology (TC)
Annell Gott – Welding (TC)
Kevin Gutierrez – (AGS); Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS, TC)
Katelynn Hamilton (CGS)
Jazmin Heathcoat – General Education (AA)
Renee Heathcoat – Practical Nursing (TC)
Carina Jimenez (CGS)
Logan Killer – Drafting (AAS)
Leslie Lawhorn – General Education (AA)
Karen Loudermilk-Sinclair – Emergency Medical Technician (CP)
Taylor Manson – practical Nursing (TC)
Jonathan Meyers (AGS)
Tasheena Roper – Early Childhood Development (CP)
Arturo Saucedo – Welding (TC)
Crystal Siler – Business (AAS)
Molly Stuckey (CGS)
Alfred Thomas – (AGS); Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration Technology (AAS)
Dawn Timmons – Practical Nursing (TC)
Ryan Timmons – (AGS); Practical Nursing (TC)
Regina Tramel (AGS)
Kelsea Wiese (CGS)
Christina Zinnell – Business (AAS)

Bailey Holt – General Education (AA)

Shayla Gray – Early Childhood Education (AAS)

Nicholas Burgener – Computer Information Systems Technology (AAS, TC); Networking Technology (CP)

Brandon Garner – Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (AAS)
Beth Rodelo (CGS)
Tammy Spires-Westcott – Computer Maintenance (CP)
Dylan Watters – (CGS); Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance Technology (AAS)

Jonathan Rodriguez – Computer Maintenance (CP)

Payton Buckner – General Education (AA)
Laura Denton (CGS)
Megan Franks – General Education (AA)
Meagan Mathis – (CGS); (AGS); General Education (AA)
Chad McCoy – General Education (AA)
Ian Stephens (ASB)
Roger Wilbanks – (AGS); Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance (AAS)
Emily Williford – General Education (AA)