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Prepare for your career in accounting, finance, management, marketing, or management information systems with a world-class education in a personal environment.Business students at SAU are leaders in campus, community, and national activities, participating in events that have included national conferences and competitions, the student government association, community service activities, as well as involvement in a wide variety of annual campus activities like Homecoming, Family Day, Fall Fest, and Spring Fling. Students have also been featured on MTV and American Idol.

Recent News

  • Houston native enjoys her journey through SAU College of Business

    For Lacey Guy, school and learning has always been a natural part of her life. Guy, who recently graduated with a degree in Managing Information Systems from the College of Business at Southern Arkansas University, has seen her life and academic career take several unusual turns. Guy is originally from Houston. However, after losing her... Read […]

  • Homeless shelter benefits from SAU group’s efforts

    Magnolia’s homeless shelter residents have benefitted with additions to improve the quality of life for its youth and adult residents alike thanks to a group of passionate business students at Southern Arkansas University. Through SAU’s Rankin College of Business’ Enactus organization, students raised money to purchase a complete […]

  • SAU Board makes Rankin President Emeritus

    The Southern Arkansas University Board of Trustees held their quarterly meeting Thursday, May 7, 2015, during which they designated retiring SAU President Dr. David F. Rankin as President Emeritus. Rankin is retiring June 30, following more than 13 years as president and more than 45 years of service to SAU. The President Emeritus position will... […]

  • More than $780,000 raised to honor Rankin

    Following more than 45 years of service and countless speeches as a Mulerider, Southern Arkansas University’s retiring President Dr. David Rankin and his wife Toni were rendered speechless Saturday night. At a dinner to honor the Rankins, it was announced that more than $780,000 has already been raised to name the University’s College […]