SAU enrollment tops 3,500, shatters multiple records

SAU attracted more freshman students this year than ever before. They gathered for Mulerider Roundup to learn about SAU’s complete college experience before their first day of classes in August.

For the first time in its 105 year history, Southern Arkansas University has more than 3,500 students enrolled on its Magnolia campus, and numerous enrollment records were broken as the fall 2014 numbers became official today. “It is exciting to see enrollment in Magnolia top 3,500 for the first time in our history,” said SAU… Read More

SAU alum fighting for democracy in Ukraine

Mefford and former Ukranian First Lady Kathy Yushchenko

With 15 years invested in Ukrainian’s fight for democracy, former Arkansas grassroots politician Brian Mefford urges the U.S. to take a tough policy with Russia to prevent annexation of Crimea and to give strong support for the new Ukrainian government. “If 25,000 Russian troops arrived in Alaska because they claimed it was their historical land,… Read More

Late Night Feeding Frenzy Tuesday, Dec. 10

Feeding Frenzy poster

Take an evening break from studying for this semester’s Late Night Feeding Frenzy at the dining hall from 9-10 p.m. Tuesday, December 10, 2013. All students eat free with a valid I.D. The menu will include such comfort food items as chicken strips, jalapeño poppers, mozzarella sticks, French fries, burgers, nachos, Fritos, chili, pizza and… Read More

Nepalese student earns SAU SI Scholarship

Suva receives SI Scholarship

Shubhashree Khadka was recently announced as the fifth recipient of the Supplemental Instruction Scholarship at Southern Arkansas University. This scholarship is awarded to an outstanding SI leader each semester in honor of Dr. Bob Terry, retired professor of English, who started the SAU SI program in the early 1990’s. Terry’s wife, Carolyn, was on hand… Read More