ASUMH to offer spring classes 6 ways


Arkansas State University-Mountain Home (ASUMH) has adjusted its delivery of classes to accommodate student preferences this spring. Six different modalities of learning are available for classes that begin on Monday.Classes will be offered seated on-campus, in the traditional online fashion, live online via Zoom, flexible online classes, as a hybrid on-campus class, or a blended-learning choice. The spring course schedule is available online at www.asumh.edu, and registration is available on the website by calling 870-508-6100.

ASUMH is awarding scholarships for the spring semester, including a new criminal justice scholarship that covers 50% of tuition and is renewable as long as a student meets eligibility requirements, such as being actively employed in a qualified law enforcement job and maintaining a 2.5 grade point average.

Students who are interested in the criminal justice scholarship, or any other financial aid at ASUMH, may begin the process by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, known as FAFSA.

There is still time for college-bound students to file their FAFSA, which qualifies them for a wide range of federal, state and institutional aid packages. Additionally, private scholarships are available to students from various sources and for various majors.

For questions about admissions or scholarship opportunities, contact the Office of Admissions at ASUMH by calling 870-508-6100.

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