ASU-Searcy is located at 1800 East Moore Avenue in Searcy. Office hours are from 8a.m. to 5p.m. Monday through Friday with the exception of Financial Aid: open Monday through Thursday. Please call 501-207-6205 or email scurtis to contact Student Services.
ASU-Searcy has a snack bar that is conveniently located in the main building. It is open from 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The emphasis on the Searcy campus is technical and occupational programs along with workforce and economic development. Most programs at ASU-Searcy lead to a Certificate of Proficiency or a Technical Certificate within the discipline, however, all technical certificates can lead to an associate's degree for those wishing to pursue that level of education. ASU-Searcy includes various non-credit continuing education classes and classes offered by the ASU-Searcy Adult Education Center with campuses in Beebe, Heber Springs, and Searcy. ASU-Searcy also operates a Regional Career Center offering programs for high school students in the surrounding areas. Many high school students qualify for concurrent credit (receive both high school credit and college credit for completing one college credit class). ASU-Searcy offers specific training curriculum designed to meet the needs of area business and industry. Training is scheduled as needed and offered on the Searcy campus or at the business location. Please call 501-207-6249 or email kdhall for class information.
Admissions/Campus Tours - Twany Meza 207-6214
Administration - Heather Stogner 207-6203
Adult Education - Elaine Padgett 207-6290
Career Pathways - Margaret Williams 207-6244
Continuing Education/Economic Development - Kaley Hall 207-6249
Financial Aid - Lakita Watson 207-6253
General Information - Saudia Curtis 207-6205
Nursing - Cindy Smith 207-6255
Occupational Technology - Miranda Harmon 207-6213
Regional Career Center - Brenda Cornett 207-6257
Registrar/Concurrent Enrollment - Carissa Gillam 207-6219
Testing/Counseling - Jennifer Downey 207-6212