Arkansas State University (ASU) in Jonesboro, Arkansas, boasts hundreds of academic and college life offerings.
These include more than 100 bachelor’s degree programs in such fields as:
- Physical Therapy
- Social Work
- World Languages
Many of ASU’s academics are also highly specialized. Those majoring in Agriculture, for example, choose one of half a dozen concentrations within the field.
ASU also awards more than 60 graduate degrees in such fields as:
- Environmental Science
- Music Education
- Nurse Anesthesia
- Rehabilitation Counseling
ASU’s hundreds of student life options include more than 300 student organizations, which range from cultural to special interest to performing arts groups.
Admissions requirements are different for individual programs and degrees. General undergraduate admissions requirements include completion of an admissions application and submission of transcripts and SAT or ACT scores.
ASU has additional admissions requirements for most professional undergraduate programs. Graduate school applicants will need to refer to their specific department for admissions requirements.
ASU awards undergraduate scholarships to eligible transfer students and to students with an outstanding academic record. Other types of financial aid include grants, loans and work-study. Individual graduate departments may also offer scholarships, grants and fellowships.
Quick Facts about Arkansas State University, Jonesboro
Large Town Setting
Large (5,000 to 10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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