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I have always enjoyed an intense interest in food services. Not only because I love to consume delectable culinary delights, but because from my earliest connection to this college, I have, in some manner or another, been involved in the orchestrating of events.

It can be hard to take a chance on yourself. It can be even harder when you know the sacrifices and challenges you’ll face by taking that chance. Charley Marble knows the fear in taking a chance on yourself. 

Arkansas State University-Newport's Phi Beta Lambda chapter won a number of top honors at the State Leadership Conference in early April. Phi Beta Lambda is the college division of the Future Business Leaders of America, and it is the world's largest career student business organization.

Arkansas State University-Newport’s Chancellor, Dr. Sandra Massey, will serve on the American Association of Community Colleges Board of Directors.

Arkansas State University-Newport is proud to announce students won more than a dozen medals at the SkillsUSA competition in Hot Springs April 8-10. Competing against other community colleges in the state, students won medals in the following categories:

A cosmetology student at Arkansas State University-Newport at Marked Tree received a scholarship from Great Clips in Jonesboro. Raya Malone was awarded the scholarship that included $500 worth of cosmetology tools.

Arkansas State University-Newport at Marked Tree hosted nearly 100 area high school students to test their skills in three competitions. Students competed in Automotive Service Technology, Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology and Computer Networking Technology.

Arkansas State University-Newport is excited to share Clayton Baker is the recipient of the Williams/Blackburn Scholarship. The Williams/Blackburn Scholarship was created to honor Dr. Larry Williams and his wife Dr. Amy Blackburn. Dr. Williams was ASU-Newport's first ever chancellor.

Arkansas State University-Newport hosted nearly 100 high school students to give them hands-on opportunities in learning more about health professions.

At a young age, Raya Malone knew she wanted to become a Cosmetologist. While she got “off track” for a bit, Malone found her way back to getting her dream job.