Registration

On Monday, Oct. 28, UA Cossatot’s spring registration for classes will be available. Students will be able to enroll in courses by contacting a Student Services Advisor to begin or continue their education at UA Cossatot.

The college’s Student Services department has admissions and recruitment specialists at the Ashdown, Nashville, and De Queen campuses. To sign up for classes or to learn about educational opportunities, they can be reached at 870-584-4471 or email studentservices@cccua.edu. Walk-in visits are welcome from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. 

The Spring 2020 semester includes available courses in general studies, student personal development, accounting, biology, business, child development, fine arts, criminal justice, health and safety, political science, Spanish, English, and sociology, to name a few.

The college also offers courses in specific programs, including nursing, welding, radio-television broadcasting, industrial electricity and technology, automotive services, diesel technology, cosmetology, the physical therapist assistant program, and the occupational therapy assistant program. Medical pre-requisites are available to take, and UA Cossatot will also be offering EMT classes this upcoming semester at the Nashville Campus.

UA Cossatot has four campuses and will be offering classes for students to take in-class, online, during the day and evening. The college also provides AV courses.

Students are encouraged to sign up as soon as possible to enroll in the courses they need. The final day to register for the spring 2020 semester is Jan. 14. Spring 2020 classes begin at UA Cossatot on Jan. 13.

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