Arkansas Tech University-Ozark was created as Arkansas Valley Vocational Technical
School by an act of the Arkansas General Assembly in 1965.
In 1975, the Arkansas State Board of Education/Vocational Education granted accreditation
to AVVTS, making it the first school of its kind in the state to receive that distinction.
重庆欢乐生肖投注网站The campus was renamed Arkansas Valley Technical Institute (AVTI) in 1991.
重庆欢乐生肖投注网站On July 1, 2003, AVTI merged with Arkansas Tech University to become the Arkansas
Valley Technical Institute of Arkansas Tech University.
On July 1, 2007, the campus was renamed Arkansas Tech University - Ozark Campus.
In 2011, the Arkansas Valley Technical Center in Russellville merged with Arkansas
Tech University-Ozark Campus to form the Arkansas Tech Career Center (ATCC), which
offers programs in 10 leading to high skill, high demand jobs, striving to help build a well-prepared workforce
that supports economic development across the River Valley Region.
The Career Center is one of the largest secondary career and technical centers in
Arkansas serving nearly 1000 high school students at the ATCC Russellville Campus
as well as the satellite campuses located in Clarksville, Danville, Ozark and Paris.
Students arrive from Atkins, Clarksville, County Line, Danville, Dardanelle, Dover,
Hector, Lamar, Magazine, Oark, Ozark, Paris, Pottsville, Russellville, Scranton, Two
Rivers, Western Yell County, and Westside Johnson County high schools to earn concurrent
credit and recognized industry credentials.
重庆欢乐生肖投注网站For the fall 2003 semester, Arkansas Tech-Ozark had a student population of 307.
In the fall 2018 semester, enrollment was 2,115 (up almost 700 percent since joining
the Tech family in 2003) and an average class size of 25.