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University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville

UACCB has something for everyone. Whether you are beginning your college career, seeking continuing education or looking for personal enrichment courses, the faculty and staff at UACCB are dedicated to offering a personalized experience to help you achieve your educational goals. UACCB’s daytime, evening and online classes make it easier to earn a degree through flexible scheduling. Specialized programs such as cosmetology, nursing, EMT-Paramedic and Industrial Technology are offered in modern facilities with updated technology at affordable costs. A seamless path to earning a bachelor’s degree is provided through the 60 plus program agreements UACCB has with several 4-year universities. No matter your goals, UACCB can help you reach them. Your seat is waiting!
Over $5 million in financial aid awarded to UACCB students in 2019-20! We can help make your education happen.
Student to Faculty Ratio. Small class sizes means a more personal, creative learning environment.
Degrees Awarded in 2020-21! Includes Associate Degrees, Associate of Applied Science Degrees, Certificates of Proficiency and Technical Certificates.
Textbooks are available to rent from the UACCB bookstore at $20 per credit hour. The majority of books are available to rent!
UACCB annual tuition & fees for a full-time student completing 30 credit hours in district.
Amounts are based on annualized in-state tuition and fees. Source: Arkansas Department of Higher Education

UACCB Degrees & Certificate Programs

UACCB offers many areas of study and opportunities for students at any stage of life! Certificates of Proficiency, Technical Certificates, Associate Degrees, Associate of Applied Science Degrees, and Associate of Arts. Choose the path that is right for YOU!
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Agricultural Business
Animal Science
Computer Programming
Computer Technology
Crime Scene Investigation
Drywall Installation and Finishing
Early Childhood Education
Emergency Medical Technician - Basic
Health Professions
HVAC - Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning
Law Enforcement Administration
Medical Billing and Coding
Networking and System Administration
Nursing Assistant
Patient Care Technician
Plant Science
Security and Ethics
Soil Science
Web Development
Agriculture Business
Agriculture Technology
Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration
Clerical Services
Computer Technology
Construction Technology
Early Childhood Education
Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic
General Studies
Health Professions
Management and Supervision
Software Development
Welding Technology
Practical Nursing

General Education
Agriculture Business
Agriculture Technology
Criminal Justice
Elementary Education
Health Professions
Business Services
Computer Technology
Early Childhood Education
Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic

General Technology
Industrial Technology
Management and Supervision
Medical Office Management
Registered Nursing
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Hear It From Our Students!
Hear It From Our Students!
Cassia Thomas
2020 Graduate - A.A. General Education, A.S. STEM
I love UACCB because when I first came here, I had no idea what I wanted to do. Because of the math instructors here, I realized how much I love math. I think the community college experience is better than going straight to a university because the classes are smaller, which makes it easier for instructors to give you that personalized attention to help you learn what you really want to do with rest of your life. The process to transfer to Lyon has been great. Both my UACCB advisor and the representatives at Lyon have been there to help me and make sure the process goes smoothly.
Hear It From Our Students!
Rodney Harris
2018 Graduate - CP Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning, TC Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration
The HVAC program at UACCB gave me the knowledge and confidence needed to start a new career in HVAC. My instructors were knowledgeable and helpful in answering questions and explaining mechanical procedures and troubleshooting in HVAC systems. With my new skills and hands-on training, I will work hard to become a great HVAC technician.
Hear It From Our Students!
Shelby Gottschalk
Current Student - A.A. General Education
UACCB has definitely helped me reach my higher education goals. I wasn’t sure if that was something I could do because of my medical issues and because I have a service dog, but UACCB was there with open arms saying, ‘Yes you can! Let us show you how you can do it!’ UACCB has given me such a wonderful place to learn. I’m really grateful to UACCB for how welcoming and accommodating they’ve been. I can’t wait to take more classes!
Hear It From Our Students!
Stephanie Bolin
2015 Graduate - A.A. General Education
Without UACCB, I wouldn’t have the study skills I have today, the foundational knowledge I needed in order to succeed and get into a doctoral program, or the connections I have with the amazing faculty and staff. I have also been told in my doctoral program that they can tell I came from a community college because my study techniques are so great!  I am now finishing up my last year of the Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program at ASU-Jonesboro and will graduate with my doctorate in August 2020!
Hear It From Our Students!
Phillip Reeves
2019 Graduate - A.A.S. Computer Information Systems
There is no doubt in my mind that my internship was the most pivotal part of my education in the world of IT. Without the help of my instructors and support staff at UACCB, this opportunity would not have been possible. Now, I have the skills and experience needed to give me a cutting edge in the workforce.

Admissions Checklist

Ready to get started? Complete your application for admissions online or visit our admissions office on campus. We are ready to help.
01|Test Scores
UACCB accepts ACT, SAT, Compass, Asset and Accuplacer scores taken within the last five years.
Your transcript must include date of graduation or results of the General Education Development (GED) test AND college transcript(s). The high school transcript requirement can be waived if the student transfers 12 or more hours from a previous college.
Applicants must provide proof of immunization records for the MMR I & MMR II. 

Contact Us

The Admissions staff is eager to help. We understand and expect that you will have many questions.  Our goal is to introduce the amazing opportunity of higher education to you and your family. Whether you're starting with us as a high school student, transfer student, home caretaker, or displaced worker, we will help find a way to meet YOUR goals and see you succeed.
2005 White Drive, Batesville, AR 72501

Skilled Trades & Agriculture

Are you passionate about wildlife, plant life, and the outdoors?
Do you like fixing things?
Do you enjoy figuring out how something works?

Agriculture Business
Study: Making Connections in Agriculture, Introduction to Agriculture Business, Oral Communications
Work Areas: Natural Resources and Conservation Service (NRCS), United State Department of Agriculture (USDA), Finance

Animal Science
Study: Making Connections in Agriculture, Introduction to Animal Science, Oral Communications
Work Areas: Farm or livestock operations manager, Feed companies and operations, Government agencies

Plant Science
Study: Making Connections in Agriculture, Introduction to Plant Science, Oral Communications
Work Areas: Biofuel companies, Federal labs and regulatory agencies

Soil Science
Study: Making Connections in Agriculture, Soils, Oral Communications
Work Areas: USDA, Research organizations, Environmental Protection Agency

Study: Welding I & II, AutoCAD, Engineering Drawings
Work Areas: Construction, Industrial facilities, Oil/gas pipeline

Heating, Ventilation,& Air Conditioning
Study: AC/DC Electricity, HVAC Troubleshooting, Industrial Safety
Work Areas: Self-employed, Residential and industrial areas, Manufacturing and Medical facilities


Do you like working with numbers and formulas?
Are you curious about how things work?
Do you enjoy solving problems?
Do you like hands-on activities?

Study: Introduction to Engineering, Calculus I & II, Statistics, Chemistry, Biology
Work Areas: Federal and state government agencies, Financial and business service companies, Utility companies, Healthcare facilities, Manufacturing facilities, Railroads, Airports

Study: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Biochemistry, Meteorology, Forestry
Work Areas: Healthcare facilities, Financial institutions, Federal and state government agencies, Utility companies, Chemical companies, Law enforcement agencies, Colleges and universities

General Education & Transfer

Are you interested in transferring to a four-year university?
Do you want to take core courses that will give a broad range of knowledge?
Do you want to kick start your educational journey with a firm foundation?

General Education Topics of Study: English Composition, College Algebra, Life/Physical Science, Chemisty, Fine Arts/Humanities, World Literature or Philosophy, United States History or Government

Transfer Opportunities:
Associate of Arts in General Education to Bachelor of Science in Middle Childhood Education at UA Little Rock
Associate of Arts in General Education to Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, English or History with a concentration in Secondary Education at Lyon College
Associate of Applied Science to Bachelor of Applied Science at UA Fort Smith
Associate of Applied Science to Bachelor of Organizational Leadership and Technology at UA Fort Smith
Associate of Science in Registered Nursing to Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Arkansas Tech University, UA Little Rock, UAMS, and UCA
Associate of Science in PreEngineering to Bachelor of Science in Engineering (multiple concentrations) with UA Fayetteville
Associate of Science in Elementary Education to Bachelor of Science in Education at UA Little Rock
Associate of Science in STEM to Bachelor of Science in Middle Childhood Education at UA Little Rock
Associate of Science in Business to Bachelor of Business (multiple concentrations) at UA Little Rock
Associate of Science in STEM to Bachelor of Science in Biology or Math with a concentration in Secondary Education at Lyon College
Associate of Science in Agriculture to Bachelor of Science in Agriculture at ASU-Jonesboro
Associate of Science in Criminal Justice to Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice at UA Fort Smith
Associate of Science in STEM to Bachelor of Science in Mathematics at UCA


Would you like to manage a team or a business?
Do you care about details, efficiency, and accuracy?
Would you enjoy working in an office environment?

Study:  Accounting I & II, Personal Finance, and Business Communications
Work Areas: Banks, Retail, Industry

Business Services:
Study: Computerized Accounting, Administrative Office Procedures, Business Ethics
Work Areas: Small Business, Colleges and Universities, Accounting Firms

Clerical Services: 
Study: Business Communications, Applied Electronic Spreadsheet, Word Processing
Work Areas: Private Business, Retail, Public Service Offices

Medical Office:
Study: Medical Billing & Coding, Medical Terminology, Health Data Content
Work Areas: Hospitals, Physician Offices, Dental Offices

Study: Principals of Marketing, Feasibility & Funding, Small Business Management
Work Areas: Self-Employed, Sales, Non-Profit Organizations

Health Professions

Do you want to help people?
Do you like to make decisions?
Are you passionate about wellness and health?

Emergency Medical Technician

Study: Medical Terminology, First Aid and CPR, Anatomy and Physiology
Work Areas: Ambulance services, Emergency rooms, Industry (safety-related field), 
Pre-Professional Transfer Track
Study: Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, PsychologyWork Areas: Physician or surgeon, Pharmacist, Dentist
Practical Nursing
Study: Medical Terminology, Pediatrics, Pharmacology, Medical Surgical
Work Areas: Hospitals, Clinics, Nursing homes, Private duty

Registered Nursing
Study: Leadership/Management, Medical Surgical, Obstetrics, Emergency Care
Work Areas: Hospitals, Health department, Hospice, Schools

Traveling Certified Nursing Assistant
Study: Nursing Assistant, Health Skills
Work Areas: Hospitals, Home health aide agency, Assisted living facilities

Study: Advanced Cadiac Life Support, Emergency Pharmacology, Advanced Airway and IV Procedures
Work Areas: Ambulance services, Emergency rooms, Industry (safety-related field)

Human Services

Are you observant?
Are you energized about learning?
Do you enjoy helping people?

Early Childhood Education
Study: Child Development, Preschool and Infant/Toddler Curriculum, Observations and Learning Assessments, Health, Safety and Nutrition
Work Areas: Arkansas Better Chance (ABC) preschools, Childcare programs, Faith-based preschools, Head Start, Montessori schools, Special needs schools

Elementary Education
Study: Introduction to Education, Teaching Diversity, Teaching Physical Education, Art for Elementary Teachers, Elementary Classroom Music
Work Areas: Public and Private schools, Learning mentor, Teacher assistant, Education administrator

Criminal Justice
Study: Criminal and Procedural Law, Criminal Investigations, Criminology, Legal Writing, Spanish
Work Areas: Police and sheriffs’ offices, Correctional facilities, Court systems, Federal enforcement agencies, Coporate security offices, Wildlife enforcement agencies

Study: Hairdressing, Manicuring, Salesmanship, Aesthetics, Shop Management, Hygiene and Sanitation, Physiology and Histology, Anatomy
Work Areas: Self-employed, Salons, Spas, Television studios/theaters, Cosmetology schools
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UACCB annual tuition & fees for a full-time student completing 30 credit hours in district. 

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Privacy Policy
UACCB Operating Procedure  Procedure 925.1
Website Privacy Policy   
I.          Overview:

This policy defines the privacy policy for official websites of the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville (UACCB), addresses collection and use of information in connection with such websites, and describes under what circumstances the college may disclose such information, consistent with Ark. Code § 25-1-114.
II.         Practice:

1) Official University Websites

Except as noted otherwise, the information in this privacy policy applies to all official UACCB websites, which are defined as those administered through the college content management system, such as main departments, divisions, or other units typically reporting to or deemed official by the chancellor, vice chancellors, directors and/or department heads/chairs. These sites comply with the college template, graphics and Web standards as managed by the Communications and Marketing Department and the Information Services Department. Certain official websites may have their own or supplementary privacy policies appropriate to their function or as required by law.
2) Information Collected

UACCB, while reserving the right to monitor communications via its websites for legal, policy or business reasons, including security and functionality, does not monitor the content of communications as a matter of normal business practice. However, the fact that communication occurred (such as when a user visits a UACCB website or utilizes UACCB websites to search for information or submit a form), may be routinely logged as a normal business practice.
Common information logged through interaction with UACCB websites includes, but is not limited to, the following:the IP address of the user’s computer;the date and time a user’s computer accessed our site;
the IP address and URL of a referring website;
the page the user requested from the site; the information that a user’s Web browser software sends, which typically identifies the browser software and may also indicate the operating system and type of CPU used in the user’s computer; in the case of email, the sender and recipient's email addresses; andin the case of services provided to you through UACCB websites via forms (e.g., admissions, financial aid requests, job applications), surveys, course-work, etc., personal information you provide in order to process the request, such as name, physical and email addresses, phone numbers, and financial data may be collected and may be retained - if information requested is not entered, the services and/or requests cannot be accomplished online.
UACCB collects no personal information about visitors to the college’s websites, unless visitors voluntarily make such information available. Information such as the internet domain and IP address from which a visitor accesses the site is automatically recognized by a server. This information does not result in the identification of personal email addresses or any other personal information.
3) Google Analytics

The host of some  UACCB websites uses Google Analytics, a Web analytics service provided by Google, Inc., to collect information such as URLs, Internet domain and host names, browser software and date and time site visited.  Google Analytics maintains its own privacy policy, which may be reviewed at https://policies.google.com/technologies/partner-sites.
4) Cookies
UACCB or its website vendors may use cookies to provide the user with tailored information from a website or to collect usage statistics.  A cookie is an element of data that a website can send to a browser, which may then store it on the user’s system.  Some applications may require the user to accept cookies in order for the application to work properly. Two types of cookies exist, session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies contain data through which the Web application the visitor is using can maintain the continuity and state of a session. Session cookies expire upon user logout, closing of the browser or timed-out sessions. Persistent cookies contain information that may be useful across multiple sessions, such as identifying the user or other persistent attributes, and are typically not deleted. Data from cookies may also be used to identify user trends and patterns, provide services and record session information. Web browsers can be configured to refuse cookies, accept cookies, disable cookies and remove cookies as needed or desired. In most cases, a visitor can refuse a cookie and still fully navigate the site.
5) How Personal Data Is Used

As a general rule, UACCB does not track individual visitor profiles. Data that is collected through the UACCB websites may be used to analyze aggregate traffic/access information for resource management, site planning, advertising and marketing. In addition, UACCB monitors the volume and timing of access to the site by collecting information on the date, time, and pages accessed by visitors. The information collected is used to better understand general site usage patterns, improve site usability, and improve the content of the site. None of this information is shared with other organizations or tied to any individual user.
Information obtained by UACCB websites is used only for the intended purpose stated when the information is collected. Data is not used for secondary or unrelated purposes, or shared with a third party, unless otherwise disclosed at the point of collection. If information is to be shared with third parties, visitors will be asked for permission beforehand.  Some of the information voluntarily provided by visitors through email messages or completing an online form may be saved for a designated period to comply with Arkansas’ archiving policies.
UACCB  may also use information gathered through its websites  or exchange such information with other entities in order to carry out normal UACCB business operations, including marketing and subcontractor services.  Legal requirements concerning use and disclosure of sensitive information will be applied to information maintained with these resources to the same extent that the requirements are applied to other records kept or maintained by UACCB. The college does not sell, rent, loan, trade, or lease any personal information collected on our site. 
6) Third Party Applications and Links
UACCB websites contains links to third party applications and websites that are not official UACCB websites that may or may not be hosted by or on behalf of UACCB. UACCB  cannot warrant or be responsible for the privacy policies or content of such sites. Users are encouraged to become familiar with the privacy policies of third party or off-campus sites.
7) Security

In addition to complying with all applicable laws and regulations, UACCB strives to implement and maintain systems and policies to protect the confidentiality and integrity of personal information provided by users.  Despite these security measures, the college does not represent or warrant that personal information will be protected against loss, misuse or alteration by third parties.
8) Required Disclosure of Data Collected

The college is required to comply with the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) (Ark. Code Ann. § 25-19-101 et seq.) and may be required to disclose records maintained in the daily operations of the college unless such records are exempt from disclosure under federal or state law. Therefore, some data collected through UACCB websites may be subject to disclosure upon receipt of a valid FOIA request.
Additionally, at times, the college may be legally required to disclose information collected through UACCB websites in response to a valid subpoena or court order or to comply with a legally permitted inquiry by a governmental agency or regulatory body.
Subject to governing law and other applicable university policies, the college reserves the right to disclose information collected on its websites to governmental authorities in connection with suspected unlawful activity or to aid an investigation into suspected unlawful activity. In addition, the college reserves the right to release information collected on UACCB websites to appropriate governmental authorities if college officials determine, in their sole judgment, that UACCB policies have been violated, or that release of information is necessary to protect the rights, health, safety or property of persons or the college or to protect the integrity of UACCB computer networks. Further, the college reserves the right to disclose information as college officials believe necessary to exercise the college’s legal rights, to defend against actual or potential legal claims, or as otherwise permitted or required by UACCB or University of Arkansas System policies. 

III.       Questions
For more information regarding this policy, please contact the Department of Communications and Marketing at 870-612-2145 or email hannah.keller@uaccb.edu.The college’s human-readable privacy policy is located at the following address: www.uaccb.edu//privacy-policy/
Adopted:            December 18, 2019