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Southern Arkansas University – the most affordable, fastest growing university in Arkansas
The Donald W. Reynolds Campus and Community Center at Southern Arkansas University is an integral part of the campus and the surrounding community. Grand Hall, Foundation Hall, and many other meeting rooms provide state-of-the-art equipment in addition to beautiful backdrops to those groups and organizations that need comfortable and spacious meeting places.
Built in 2013, University Hall offers upperclassmen two-bedroom, suite-style units. Each unit is complete with wall-to-wall furnishings with living room, bathroom and kitchen accommodations. Additional lifestyle accommodations as a part of the University Village complex include a clubhouse, pool, convenience store, laundry facility, student lounge, computer lab and meeting areas. All basic utilities are provided.
University Village apartment applications are available at Southern Arkansas University. Those who live in the apartments will have access to a pool, workout area, and convenience store. If you are interested in living in this luxurious apartment complex, call the University Village office at 870-235-5236.
Each apartment has a fully-furnished living room, kitchen, bedroom, and bath. All rooms in the apartments have ceiling fans. The living room has a sofa, chair, coffee table, and entertainment center. The kitchen has a refrigerator, range, microwave, dishwasher, garbage disposal. Each bedroom has a full-size bed, desk, desk chair, and chest.
The clubhouse offers a recreation room, classroom, computer lab, small meeting room, convenience store, and swimming pool. University Village Apartments offers students either a nine month or twelve month lease. And, the UV Apartments has everything you need packaged in one monthly payment. You won’t be bothered with ordering your utilities, cable T.V., telephone, or Internet connection – it’s already been done for you!
Fincher Hall opened in August 2005 and is a 30,000 square-foot residence hall that can house 92 students in two-bedroom suites. Each room is double occupancy and shares a bathroom facility with an adjacent room. Other features of the facility include a computer/study lounge, classroom, and several lobbies for student activities. This was a $3.5 million project funded by public bonds.
Fincher Hall is home to the Residential College program. This living and learning program is a selective program for beginning freshmen that focuses on leadership development, civic engagement, and service learning. The goal of the Residential College is to graduate civic-minded individuals with developed leadership skills and abilities.
To become part of the Residential College, beginning freshmen must have an ACT score of 22 or above, experience in leadership, and past participation in community and civic activities. Students involved in the program will be required to complete 15 hours of community service and participate in a Residential College community project each semester. The students are given opportunities, including leadership retreats and special projects, to enhance leadership skills.
Bussey Hall has 100 rooms for female students only. It houses the Health and Wellness, First Year Experience, Education, Greek women, and Upperclass women interest groups. Bussey Hall has a kitchenette, two laundry rooms, two bathrooms with showers and tubs on each floor.
Harrod Hall houses the First Year Experience, Men’s Basketball, and Performing & Visual Arts Interest groups. There is a TV lounge and snack room located on the first floor and computer labs on second floor. Each floor has a laundry room, four bathrooms, and carpeted hallways.
Honors Hall North is home to the students of the Honors College. It offers suite-style rooms, lounges on each floor, a classroom, computer lab, laundry facilities, and commons area.
Honors Hall South is home to the Leadership College students, Nursing RIG and has rooms with community bathrooms on each floor, lounges on each floor and access to a classroom, computer lab, laundry facilities, and commons area.
Talbot hall has 96 rooms for the Football and First Year Experience RIG. It has a Computer lab, vending and laundry rooms. Bathrooms and small lounges are located on each floor.
Talley Hall houses the Agriculture, Education, First Year Experience, and Health and Wellness interest groups. It has a computer lab, vending room, laundry room in the lobby area. There are bathrooms and showers on each floor.
92 room co-ed hall
Magnolia Hall is a new residence hall that was opened in October 2016. This residence hall is the home of upperclassmen with 30 or more credit hours. The Living Learning Communities that are associated with Magnolia Hall are SOAR, outdoor sports and recreation, and studiers unite. Magnolia hall has kitchenettes on every floor along with several semi-private bathrooms that give extra privacy to our residents.
Columbia Hall is a new freshman only residence hall that was opened in August of 2016. This residence hall is the home of freshman who has a 22 or higher on the ACT or a 3.25 or higher G.P.A. Columbia houses SAU’s residential college that focuses on the students’ academic and personal success through leadership development and service learning. Columbia hall has kitchenettes on every floor, along with several semi-private bathrooms that give extra privacy to our residents.
Mandatory attendance of Leadership Academy and 15 hours/semester of community service.
Students looking for a fun place to unwind between classes and meet new friends will enjoy the atmosphere in the Bruce Center.
In addition to the food court and the University Club, the Mulerider Sports Club offers a great option for watching the game and surfing the internet. With eight big screen TVs set to sports channels, you’re sure to find the game you’re looking for. Additionally, you’ll find ample computers for surfing the internet, checking your email, or doing homework. There are also pool tables, foosball, dominos, cards and more. You can also celebrate a century of Mulerider excellence by browsing the photos of athletic champions that fill the club.
When classes are in session, the Bruce Center is open from 8:00 a.m. to midnight, Monday through Friday, from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, and 1:00 p.m. to midnight on Sunday.
The 30,000 square foot Mulerider Activity Center consists of a complete exercise facility with cardiovascular and weight training equipment, a full basketball court, an indoor walking track, meeting rooms, and a smoothie bar. Students may also check out a variety of equipment for use outside of the MAC. Current SAU students, faculty, and staff may use the facility at no additional cost.
Overstreet Hall is the main administrative building on campus – housing the Office of Admissions, Academic Advising, Financial Aid, Financial Services, and more. See a complete list of faculty and staff working in Overstreet Hall.
Eichenberger Hall is a new residence hall that opened in August 2017. This residence hall is the home of our Engineering, and science students. The Living Learning Communities that are associated with Eichenberger Hall are Tomorrow’s Engineers and Life Support. Eichenberger Hall has a kitchenette along with several semi-private bathrooms that give extra privacy to our residents.
The NRRC is an approximately 3,000 square-foot facility on the campus of Southern Arkansas University. The center was funded jointly by Southern Arkansas University and a grant from the Department of Commerce through the Arkansas Economic Development Administration and was completed in 2010. The NRRC consists of seven separate laboratories and is thoroughly equipped with state-of-the-art analytical instrumentation to meet the needs of industries, public agencies, and private citizens.
Constructed in 2010, the state of the art Science Center houses the majority of the College of Science and Engineering. The center was the recipient of numerous state and regional awards for its use of technology and energy efficiency.
The 51,000 square-foot, three-story Business Building is home to the AASCB accredited Ranking College of Business. The building houses classrooms, lecture halls, computer labs, the Career Closet, along with faculty and staff offices.
The Story Arena is a multipurpose, covered arena located on US 82, west of the Mulerider Stables. The facility consists of a 78,000 square foot covered rodeo-style arena with a dirt floor and seating for approximately 1,400. There is also an adjacent 7,500 square foot reception area that sits in front of the arena. The reception area includes:
Burns-Harsh Hall is a new residence hall that opened in August 2017. This residence hall is home to freshmen students in the Leadership College. The Leadership College is for freshmen students with an ACT of 19 or higher or a 3.0 high school GPA. Burns-Harsh Hall has a kitchenette along with several semi-private bathrooms that give extra privacy to our residents.