In an effort to battle rising costs and unhealthy food choices a $2000 grant was awarded to BRTC’s Dietetics Department by the Share Our Strength’s- No Kid Hungry Campaign. The funds have been used to establish a “Cooking Matters at the Store” program which focuses on teaching individuals how to shop for healthier foods such […]
Have you dropped a class but need another to keep your scholarship? Need to add another class for some reason? Sign up for a 4-week class! The next sessions start September 15, October 13, and November 10! Check out http://www.blackrivertech.org/distance-education/express-classes for more information!
BRTC’s Serendipity program is scheduled to begin its 11th year with a luncheon on Friday, September 26, 11:30-1:00, in the conference room of the Business Technology Center, announced Patti Blaxton, Director of Corporate and Community Education, who plans and implements the program along with Dr. Jan Ziegler, presenter and BRTC Faculty Emeritus, and Jessica Bailey, […]
Join us Thursday, August 28 at 3 p.m. for the groundbreaking of the Health Science Complex!
BRTC is hosting two opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and the community to travel internationally. Even better, students can earn 3 hours of humanities credit with each trip which can be used as a transferrable elective. Karen Liebhaber will be leading a trip to London with stops in Bath and Stonehenge this coming summer, May […]
Meeting Thursday, August 28th Click HERE for more information!
Students have until Friday, August 22 at 4:30 p.m. to complete course payment arrangements. If a payment plan, financial aid, or full payment are not in place by then, students will not be able to attend class.
Join us on the Pocahontas campus outside the bookstore for coffee from The Dark Side coffeehouse in Walnut Ridge and a live radio feed! The fun starts at 6:30 a.m.!
Many students have been dropped for non-payment of tuition. Please check your class schedule before classes. If you have been dropped, go to Student Services to arrange payment including the $50 late fee.
On August 15, Dr. Turner, BRTC President; Karen Liebhaber, Vice-President of Development; Cindy Robinette, adult education instructor and Reuben Rice descendent; and Jessica Bailey, REACH Project Specialist visited the Rice/Upshaw House and the Looney Tavern. This was Dr. Turner’s first visit to the restored structures.