United States, Arkansas

Arkansas State University was established in the year 1909 and is a public university situated in the beautiful city of Jonesboro. The university is known as the second-largest in Arkansas in terms of welcoming students. ASU believes in providing the best suitable teaching practices to the students and to create a system that acts as a catalyst in motivating students to achieve tremendous heights. Every year 14,000 students choose Arkansas State University as their educational destiny, from which 850 students are from different countries. The university offers a great mixture of theoretical and practical programs for graduate and undergraduate levels in various fields such as Accounting & Law, Arts, Biology & Biotechnology, Chemistry, Communication, Criminal Justice, Computer Science, Economics, Finance, Business, Education, Languages, History, Environment Science, Liberal Arts, Mathematics, Marketing, Management, Nursing, Philosophy, and Psychology. The faculty to student ratio is 1:17, which students the personalized attention of the professors.

Campus Life

The quality of campus life is what every student demands! Arkansas State University offers a great student life. With a humongous 1376-acres of campus size, the university offers a city inside of a city. ASU offers stellar activities such as music concerts, dance competitions, a celebration of various festivals, and many more. The student organization works extensively hard to ensure that every student is feeling great while present on the campus. The university has fascinating dining facilities where students can grab a bite and can bond over it! The on-campus accommodation is very reasonable so that any student can afford it and can home-like feeling.

Noted Alumni

Over the years, Arkansas State University has produced many great personalities who have done exceptionally well in different fields. Some of the great alumni are President of Hillsdale College Larry P. Arnn, NFL Player Fred Barnett, Governor of Arkansas Mike Beebe, Olympic bronze medalist in pole vaulting Earl Bell, comedian and voice of Squidward on SpongeBob SquarePants Rodger Bumpass, and poet Miller Williams, amongst many others.