The Baptist Collegiate Ministries provides ASU-Searcy students with an opportunity to get together in a Christian atmosphere.
The Student Voice is a student leadership organization on the ASU-Searcy campus. The purpose of Student Voice is to provide a forum for all ASU-Searcy students, to promote better communication and relationships between students, faculty, and administration. Student Voice provides an educational opportunity for growth and development for students through leadership and service activities and to represent the university in a positive manner.
Career and technical student organizations (CTSO) help students connect classroom learning with real life applications and develop leadership skills. The relevance and hands-on experiences help students stay engaged in learning so that they achieve the proficiencies that they will need to be successful in education and training beyond high school and in careers. (Source: www.ace.arkansas.gov)
SkillsUSA is a national nonprofit organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations including health occupations.
The following ASU-Searcy technical programs participate in SkillsUSA activities:
Computerized Machining: Derrick Holobaugh (501.207.6286) or Joe Petty (501.207.6232)
Power Sports: Ron Snyder (501.207.6229)
Air Conditioning: Joe Newnum (501.207.6221)
Welding: Terry Mckinney (501.207.6247) or John Reed (501.207.6248)
Diesel: Harold Emery (501.207.6228)
Automotive: Mike McIntosh (501.207.6224) or Curtis Traylor (501.207.6223)