Thank you for visiting our web page. Arkansas’ independent colleges and universities are a treasure for the students and our state. I am privileged to serve alongside the presidents of these fine institutions. Each one has a passion to make a difference in the lives of those who study there so they in turn will literally impact the world.
Take a moment and read about these unique colleges and universities. These institutions share a concern for the individual: body, soul, mind and spirit. There is an interest in the whole person including the spiritual. A commitment to characteristics that have made our country strong are inherent here. I think you will be impressed and encouraged with what you find in Arkansas’ independent colleges and universities.
I would enjoy communicating with you about our organization and ways you could help the thousands who attend and graduate each year from our private colleges and universities. I would be pleased to come to your town to speak to a group or civic club.
Thanks again for your interest.
Rex M. Horne, Jr.
Arkansas’ Independent Colleges and Universities
News from our member institutions
Award-winning Arkansas documentary filmmaker Larry Foley will present and discuss his film, “The First Boys of Spring,” at University of the Ozarks at 7 p.m., April 5. The event, which will be held in the Rogers Conference Center on campus, is part of the 2016-17 Walton Arts & Ideas Series. The public is invited and there is no cost for admission. A veteran journalist, educator and filmmaker, Foley is a professor and chair of the … …more
Enrollment has begun for Williams Baptist College’s first master’s degree program. Williams received approval from its accrediting agency in January to begin offering a Master of Arts in Teaching degree, which will be completely online. Classes are set to start in May, according to Dr. Brad Baine, WBC’s academic dean. “This approval will allow Williams to provide graduate students the opportunity to enter the teaching profession,” Baine said. “An individual that meets the criteria of … …more
Williams Baptist College will feature a program entitled The Magic of the Piano on Thursday, March 16. The program will be presented by Dr. Scott Carrell and will feature works by composers ranging from Mozart to “Fats” Waller. Carrell is professor of piano at Harding University. The performance will begin at 7 p.m. Thursday in the choral room of WBC’s Maddox Fine Arts Center. The public is invited and there is no charge to attend.
Central Baptist College is proud to announce a special Veteran Education Grant for retirees and veterans of the armed forces. All veterans, active duty, guard or reserve members of the military that are receiving service related benefits are eligible for the tuition discount. The discount will waive the remaining tuition for most military service men and women in both the online & traditional programs. The previous discount was only available for those service men and … …more