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UA Cossatot will be starting a new spring semester on Monday, Jan. 11,. Classes will be offered in-class and online at the college’s four campuses, located in Ashdown, Nashville, De Queen, and Lockesburg.  Open enrollment for the spring 2021 semester is still taking place, and the deadline to register for spring classes is Monday, Jan. 11.

Courses in general studies, education, cosmetology, English, biology, business, history, welding, fine arts, and medical assisting will be available this spring semester at UA Cossatot, to name a few. Advisors at UA Cossatot are always happy to speak with students interested in taking college courses as well as students seeking different types of education.  

Many classes are offered for the full 16-week spring semester, while several flex courses are available in an 8-week format. Students who want to take a college class can sign up for a flex course and finish faster. The Flex I term for the spring will begin on Jan. 11 and end on March 5. The Flex II term for the spring will begin on March 8 and end on May 6.

The complete list of class schedules for the spring 2021 semester is listed on UA Cossatot’s website at www.cccua.edu/enroll. UA Cossatot’s Student Services department will continue to enroll students in spring courses until Monday, Jan. 11. 

For advising or to register, contact Student Services at studentservices@cccua.edu or 870-584-4471. Walk-ins are always welcome and can visit with Student Services Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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