Arkansas State University - Newport

Search form

ASUN Lobby


An Advanced Manufacturing student spends their day measuring, reading blueprints, programming machines, getting precise cuts, using high tech machines to cut and then place various metal parts together.

An Arkansas State University-Newport Cosmetology student placed at the national SkillsUSA competition. Kimberly Davison, of Trumann, competed in the Cosmetology division at the national SkillsUSA competition in June.

The “traditional” college track isn’t for everyone. Dustin Primm realized that when he was a senior in high school, and it didn’t take him long to find a future in welding.


When someone sorts through an office, it can truly resemble a journey down memory lane.

It all starts with a few sparks, robotics, heavy machinery, buzzing noises, and that’s a day in the life of an Arkansas State University-Newport student.  Every ASU-Newport welding student learns the skills they need to enter the high paying, high demand job field of welding.

It’s obvious, the way we shop has changed. We no longer wait weeks for packages to arrive or for a store to get a new shipment. For the most part, we can get what we want when we want it. There is an industry that supports this consumer evolution—trucking.

Arkansas State University-Newport student Kati Fortson is the recipient of the SUPERB Scholarship at Arkansas State University. SUPERB stands for Students United in Preserving, Exploring, and Researching Biodiversity.

A leading industry manufacturer recognized an Arkansas State University-Newport student for his excellence in the Energy Control Technology program. 

More than 200 Arkansas State University-Newport students were named to the Chancellor’s or Vice-Chancellor’s lists for academic excellence for the Spring 2019 semester, the college announced Thursday.