Friday, March 11, 2016

Arkansas Business: UA and Pulaski Tech merger talks moving forward

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click to enlarge UA-NLR? Pulaski Tech talking merger with UA System.
  • UA-NLR? Pulaski Tech talking merger with UA System.
Arkansas Business reports that the University of Arkansas and Pulaski Tech, the two-year college headquartered in North Little Rock, are continuing talks about a potential merger, with UA System President Donald Bobbitt scheduled to talk to the Pulaski Tech Board March 28.

UA is also talking merger with Rich Mountain Community College in Mena.

Such mergers would continue past merger activity by both UA and Arkansas State University in adding two-year colleges to their systems.


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