40 YEARS OF SGA
The Student Government Association's purpose is to provide opportunities for meaningful, responsible student input and feedback on campus issues and to promote understanding between students, faculty, and administration. The Student Government Association also provides opportunities for student leadership activities and leadership training.
1979: Ernest Cavin; Alida Holt, vice president; Marvie Teague and Ricky McEuen, president (Not pictured: Ann Reid)
2019: Matthew Sparks, vice president; Hanna Weaver; Ashton Warner, president; Allison Laney; Kristopher Johnson
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ASU-Beebe “Life as a Vanguard” series introduces student Matthew Sparks.
Article and photo by Kelsey McGraw, Marketing Intern
Starting out at a four-year college can be daunting. That’s why transfer students at ASU-Beebe work within their degree plans to chart the best course toward their academic goals. For these students, ASU-Beebe serves as a launch pad toward transfer.
Matthew Sparks, a freshman at ASU-Beebe and the 2018-2019 Student Government Association Vice President, has plans to continue his education beyond ASU-Beebe by transferring to the University of Arkansas to study engineering. “Even though ASU-Beebe wasn’t my first choice, it turned out to be the best choice,” Matthew said. “I feel more in control of my path right now than I would if I’d decided to go somewhere else.” To read Matthew's entire story, view the ASU-Beebe webpage link at http://www.asub.edu/news-information/student-blog/posts/matthew-sparks.aspx.
ASU-Beebe's Department of Agriculture will celebrate its 63rd Annual Ag Day on Wednesday, Feb. 27, with roughly 2,100 students from across the state in attendance from 98 high school chapters of Future Farmers of America (FFA), a national student agricultural organization.
To read more about Ag Day 2019, view the webpage link at http://www.asub.edu/news-information/posts/ag-day2019.aspx
ASU-Beebe has the only working farm on a community college campus in the state and offers a two-year Associate of Science Degree in agriculture, with an emphasis in one of five areas: agriculture business, agriculture education, animal science, plant science, and agricultural science.
For more information about ASU-Beebe’s agriculture programs, view the webpage at http://www.asub.edu/academics/career-education/agriculture/ or call 501.882.8813.
Think you missed out on the spring semester? Check out ASU-Beebe 8-week Spring Term II classes to begin March 11.
See the list of courses available at www.asub.edu/course-offerings. Call Admissions TODAY at 501-882-8860.