If you are a student at Southern Arkansas University and the stresses are getting to you during the COVID-19 outbreak, you are not alone. SAU's professional counselors are there to help you through this.
Southern Arkansas University is committed to the safety and wellbeing of its students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends. During this worldwide pandemic, the University has been forced to make unprecedented decisions in an effort to protect its most valuable asset -- its people. Because of this, S…
The Southern Arkansas University System continues to take proactive measures intended to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. Currently, there are no confirmed cases among the Southern Arkansas University System.
The 36th Annual Celebration of Lights at Southern Arkansas University on December 5, 2019, will bring holiday cheer with joyful displays, festive food and song, free photos with Santa, and a special holiday presentation of “The Santa Clause 3: Escape Clause.”
Southern Arkansas University officials dedicated a portion of Laney Farm to the new Sensitive Scientific Study Area, where field research and other educational activities will be conducted by the Biology Department.
The increasingly global world is demanding graduates that can solve cross-cultural problems and think globally. Southern Arkansas University is satisfying this demand by continuing to diversify their degree offerings with the addition of a BBA in International Business. The approval of this degree p…
Dr. Edward Kardas, distinguished professor of psychology and Honors College director at Southern Arkansas University, is a co-editor on the recently-published Handbook of Cognitive Archeology: Psychology in Prehistory. It has been published by Taylor-Francis.