Fun Before Finals was developed as a way for BRTC students to “ease” into the period of final exams as the academic year draws to a close. The day features a free lunch and games such as: volleyball, horseshoe pitching, a “competitive” walk, basketball free throw, golf, Bingo, music, along with a large number of […]
Summer & Fall 2012 Class Schedules are now posted.
Campus Connect will be unavailable the week of April 9th for system maintenance. BRTC must make the following changes to the registration dates for the Summer and Fall semesters: Registration for returning students will now begin April 16th 2012. Registration for first-time and transfer students will now begin April 23rd 2012.
The Mary Sallee Single Parent Scholarship (MSSPS) fund has awarded $5,125 for the Spring 2012 semester among eleven recipients. They are Holly Beegle, Shelby Borst, Dallas Carlile, Abbi Edington, Angela Emmett, Stephanie Searcy, Bernice Shelly and Jane Smith of Pocahontas; Madison Rutledge of Biggers; Amanda Hibbard of Ravenden Springs; and Miranda Hand of Imboden. Each […]
Math students in the eight-week “Fast Track” Introductory and Intermediate Algebra classes are giving evidence to a longstanding belief of BRTC Math Instructor Donna Statler: math students do better when they can complete their work in a shorter duration of time. Statler, along with BRTC-Paragould Math Instructor Sandra Williams and their students in the targeted […]
A full house of guests bid for 40 items during the live and silent auction segments of the recent BRTC Foundation Gala, marking the seventh year for the popular event. Auction items alone netted almost $6,000, though total proceeds from the event will increase when all revenues and expenses have been tabulated. The upbeat Gala […]
WHAT: A $2,000 scholarship for technical education students and a customized Westward® toolkit from the leading supplier of facilities maintenance products, Grainger. WHO: Eligible students must be entering their final year of technical education studies at this school in 2012 and enrolled in at least 12 credit hours. Areas of study include: electronic systems, heating/air conditioning, […]
BRTC has signed an articulation agreement with Arkansas State University’s Dietetics program signaling ASU’s willingness to accept BRTC Dietetics students, according to Angie Caldwell, Vice President for Technical Education at BRTC. “The purpose of this agreement is to assist students holding an Associate of Applied Science degree in Dietetics from BRTC to transition smoothly to […]
In conjunction with its cultural presentation for Black History Month, the President’s Leadership Council (PLC) sponsored a lecture by Ethel Tompkins, Hoxie native, on the integration of the Hoxie School in 1955. A total of 25 African American students initially entered the school system, but 21 of the students remained enrolled in the 1,000 -student school. Tompkins was one of the 21. Retired from the Hoxie library, Tompkins devotes […]