Online Students Setup Proctored Final Exams

HOPE, AR – Online students who require a proctored final exam, must schedule those in advance in our testing center. Students can do so by accessing the link below.


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Prior to taking an exam, the student is required to present a photo I.D. to the Proctor.  The student is also required to come prepared with the necessary supplies to take the exam. Personal items such as cell phones must be stored in a locker. All students must follow UACCH Testing Center Policy.



December 7th Mon        8:30am, 9:30am, 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm, 4:30pm

December 8th Tues       8:30am, 9:30am, 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm, 4:30pm

December 9th Wed        8:30am, 9:30am, 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm, 2:30pm, 3:30pm, 4:30pm



December 7th  Mon       9:00am, 9:30am, 10:00am, 2:00pm, 2:30pm

December 8th Tues       12:00pm, 12:30pm, 1:00pm, 1:30pm, 2:00pm

December 9th  Wed       9:00am, 9:30am, 10:00am


Students are encouraged to schedule these exams well in advance as spaces may be limited during peak times. Testing appointments may be made by contacting the Director of Testing at 870-722-8247 or

Guernsey Alumni Establish Endowed U of A Hope-Texarkana Scholarship

The Guernsey High School Alumni are pleased to announce that they have established an endowed scholarship at the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana.  The scholarship is for a Hempstead County student with the greatest unmet need among the applicants with a minimum 2.75 GPA.     Although Guernsey Schools have consolidated with other local school districts, these alumni take pride in the education and comradery achieved at Guernsey Schools.  They understand the value of an education and would like to help others achieve their educational goals with this scholarship.

Endowed scholarships at UACCH Foundation require a minimum donation of $10,000 and through the return on investment have the ability to provide a scholarship for many years.  With the affordable tuition at U of A Hope-Texarkana, these scholarships have a great economic impact on the out-of-pocket expense for a student to attend college.  For over 70% of UAHT students, financial aid of some form is part of their covering the cost of a higher education.

Please help the UACCH Foundation share its appreciation to the Guernsey Alumni for this new endowed scholarships.  For a complete list of the endowed scholarships and to apply for a scholarship, visit the college website at

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U of A Hope-Texarkana Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Golden Gala

The University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana celebrated its 50th Anniversary with a Golden Gala on October 20th.  The evening under the stars was held at the McLarty Family Home in Hope, Arkansas and highlighted four distinct eras of the College’s Fifty Years.  The historic eras included the Red River Vocational-Technical School years, the joining of the Red River Vo-Tech to the University of Arkansas System, the establishment of the UACCH Foundation, and finally the addition of the U of A Texarkana Campus. These historic milestones were emphasized at the event with four large tents along the perimeter of the back lawn, connected by overhead strands of lights to illuminate the tables and guests seated below.

Representatives from each of the four eras were recognized as honorees for the evening and acknowledged for their leadership and dedication to the college.  The 10 honorees for the evening included: Venita McCellon-Allen, Dr. Donald Bobbitt, Larry Dowd, John Goodson, Jerry Pruden, Bonnie Routon, J. W. Rowe, Ned Ray Purtle, Freddie Smith, and Dr. B. Alan Sugg.  To honor the 50 year milestone, Judy Wright Walter an artist from Texarkana who grew up in Hope, has been commissioned to create a metal sculpture that will be placed on the Hope Campus.  Each of the ten honorees received a numbered and signed artist rendering of the sculpture; the honorees will be listed on a plaque placed with the finished sculpture on the campus.

The evening began with warmest welcomes to the family home by Mack, Bud, and Franklin McLarty.  Guests then visited the four tents that were elegantly decorated by Hope Floral. Each housed a chef with their hors d’oeuvres for the guests.  The elegant backyard gala was filled with laughter and sharing of stories among guests while the Texarkana Symphony Quartet performed on a stage nestled in the middle of the event.  The evening was drawn to a close with brief remarks and thanks by Chancellor Chris Thomason.

For more information about the College and its 50 year history visit the college website at


Concealed Handgun Course October 17th

The Concealed Handgun Course will be held this Saturday, October 17th here on campus in the Technical and Industrial Building, Room 162. There is still time to sign up to get certified or renewed. However, pre-registration is required, and a range fee must be paid to Hope Police Department prior to taking the class. Anyone interested please call 870-722-8162 for registration and details on the course.

Southwest Arkansas Funeral Services Conference

The U of A Hope & Texarkana Departments of Industry Outreach and Continuing Education and Funeral Services are holding the Annual Southwest Arkansas Funeral Services Conference. The conference is open to Funeral Service Directors and Embalmers to obtain their required compliance credits for the year.

This year’s presenter is Ken Whittaker of Whittaker Funeral Support Services, L.L.C. Mr. Whittaker has over 50 years of experience in the funeral services field and is a lecturer at numerous state, regional, national and international funeral service association conventions and seminars.

The event will take place on Thursday, November 5th, 2015 at Hempstead Hall in the Fulton Suite.  Registration begins at 8:30 AM with the program to begin at 9:00 AM and to 4:00 PM – the conference will award 6 hours of credit.  Topics presented this year include:

  • Making the Best First Impression
  • Does Your Service End With Final Disposition
  • The Detailing of a Body and Just How Far You Should Go
  • The All Important First Viewing

The cost is $50.00 per attendee, which includes lunch, door prizes at breaks, & recording of credit to the State Board of Funeral Directors and Embalmers.

Payment arrangements can be made by phone or on the day of the event.  Please pre-register by Tuesday, November 3rd.  To pre-register for this event, please contact the Industry Outreach Division at 870-722-8162 or email Shaun Clark at

Finish What You Started!

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U of A Hope-Texarkana wants to help you FINISH your college education!

With a college degree you can:

  • Increase your career advancement potential
  • Enhance your quality of life
  • Expand your career opportunities
  • Increase your earning potential

Just look at the difference a college degree makes in earnings over a lifetime!

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Registration Information

Class Schedules

Programs of Study

Online Registration Form


At U of A Hope-Texarkana you can finish what you started! With financial aid opportunities, caring faculty, and flexible classes, we will help you succeed!

Call us today at to register for classes and FINISH WHAT YOU STARTED!

Hope Campus:  870.777.5722
Texarkana Campus:  866.963.5060

U of A Hope Accepting Applications for Reserve Officer Training Program   

The University of Arkansas at Hope Division of Industry Outreach & Continuing Education and the Hope Police Department is accepting applications for individuals who want to become Auxiliary Officers.  The department along with the College, plan to offer Part Time I or Part Time II reserve officers program this spring.  The classes will take place on the U of A Hope Campus beginning in February 2016 and ending in May. The classes will meet for 2 nights a week and some Saturdays. The training program includes 152 hours of training.

Applicants must be sponsored by a law enforcement agency and have completed the hiring process prior to submitting an application for the course. The cost of the course is $275.00.  Deadline for Registrations is Friday, January 22, 2016.  The first class will held on Tuesday, February 2nd beginning at 6 PM.

For more information and to register, contact Shaun Clark at the U of A Hope Industry Outreach Department at 870-722-8126, or

Workers' Safety Conference

Safety Conference Brochure and Registration Form

Safety Matters!

Educating Arkansas’s Workforce

October 15, 2015



Sponsored by the University of Arkansas at Hope & Texarkana

Presented by the Arkansas Department of Labor and Federal OSHA

Are you interested in maintaining a safe and healthy workplace? Whether you are the owner or employee of a private business or work for a public agency, you and your employees can benefit from attending this event. The conference is designed for hourly employees; however, businesses are also encouraged to send members of their safety committee, as well as supervisors and managers with safety responsibilities and others who need basic safety training. Nursing home administrators and nurses may also use this training for continuing education purposes.

The purpose of this conference is to enhance workplace hazard recognition and strengthen a culture of workplace safety, thereby reducing employee injuries and illnesses.

This conference will be held from 7:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 15, 2015 at Hempstead Hall on the campus of the University of Arkansas at Hope, located at 2500 South Main Street in Hope, Arkansas.

The registration fee of $25 covers lunch and conference materials. Pre-registration is encouraged due to expenses incurred for meals and materials. Cancellations will be accepted until two days prior to the conference. Substitutions are permitted.

Conference facilities are accessible for individuals with disabilities. Please provide notice with registration if any attendee requires special accommodation to participate.

To register online go to: and click “Conference Registration.”

Or contact the Arkansas Department of Labor Office at 501-682-9092

Topics covered at this year’s conference include:

  • OSHA Update on Safety and Health Issues
  • Human Performance Improvement
  • Amputation Stand Presentation
  • Intergenerational Training Techniques
  • Active Shooter Prevention
  • Hazard Recognition