Arkansas State University developed from an agricultural school founded on April 1, 1909, by Act 100 of the 37th Arkansas General Assembly. It was created as one of four Arkansas high schools to teach
Arkansas State University developed from an agricultural school founded on April 1, 1909, by Act 100 of the 37th Arkansas General Assembly. It was created as one of four Arkansas high schools to teach agriculture, horticulture, and the art of textile manufacturing. Today, the university grants bachelor, master, and doctoral degrees through its various colleges. With cutting-edge research capabilities, Arkansas State is building on its first hundred years and looking to the future.
Focused on its mission to educate leaders, enhance intellectual growth, and enrich lives, Arkansas State University is a catalyst for progress and the second-largest university in the State of Arkansas. The public-private partnerships of A-State include the creation of the first American university in México, Arkansas State University Campus Querétaro (ASUCQ). To prepare the next generation of leaders with a commitment to a global mindset is our institutional priority.
ASUCQ academic programs are based on an educational model which educates future professionals with the highest academic levels while promoting values and social welfare.
The American educational model produces critical thinkers and effective communicators who possess a high sense of professionalism. Our highly qualified graduates obtain exceptional job opportunities and are successful professionals.