The first community college established in Arkansas, Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas (PCCUA) is a multi-campus, two-year college serving Eastern Arkansas.
Serving Southwest Arkansas, the University of Arkansas Community College at Hope-Texarkana (UACCH-T) offers the first two years of a traditional college education transferable to a four-year university, as well as an array of certificate programs to prepare students for the workforce.
The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville (UACCB) serves an eight-county area in northeast Arkansas, offering associate degrees, technical certificates, certificates of proficiency, adult education (GED and ESL) and kids’ college.
Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas is located in De Queen with classroom sites in Nashville, Ashdown and Murfreesboro. The college offers both technical certification and associate’s degrees, and collaborates with other colleges and universities to offer bachelor’s and master’s degrees on its three campuses.
The University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton (UACCM) is a two-year institution offering university-transfer and career-specific training programs, adult education, workforce education and community outreach programs.
Chancellor: Dr. Margaret Ellibee
University of Arkansas Pulaski Technical College (UAPTC) is a two-year technical college based in North Little Rock with a mission to serve its community’s education needs through technical programs, university-based transfer programs and specialized programs for business and industry. Originally founded as a vocational-technical school, UAPTC has evolved through the years to meet the varying educational needs of the citizens of Central Arkansas. In addition to its main campus in North Little Rock, the college has locations across Pulaski and Saline Counties.
Chancellor: Phillip Wilson
The University of Arkansas Community College at Rich Mountain, based in Mena, is a comprehensive, learning-centered community college providing a range of programs including transfer and technical degrees, workforce development and adult education, among others. Through its main campus and satellite location in Waldron, RMCC serves Ouachita Mountain Region with exemplary educational and enrichment opportunities to improve quality of life and economic advancement.