With all the stresses that we currently face, college shouldn’t be one of them. Ozarka College remains committed to ensuring that your educational goals are met. In an effort to maintain social distance, most college services are now available by phone, email or by online meeting; and our staff is ready to assist you today. We continue to offer the same high-quality service that you are used to – just in a different format. Contact us today for assistance.
Phone: 870-368-2300 or; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Effective Monday, March 30, all classes will move to online delivery through the end of the Spring semester.
Exceptions: Technical programs may meet on a limited basis. Enhanced restrictions will be observed to ensure health and safety while working toward timely completion of course requirements. If you have questions regarding assignments or course adjustments, please contact your instructor. Students please check your official Ozarka email for course updates; sign up for text alerts in your myOzarka portal for other campus updates.
Ozarka faculty members serve in an advisory capacity to students by providing information about their area of expertise. Advisors serve as a source of information and guidance, not replacing or assuming the student's responsibility to manage his/her own degree plan. At this time, academic advising is available by online meeting or by email or phone. Contact your faculty advisor or the student support helpdesk to set up a time to be advised.
Registration for Summer and Fall terms will open on April 20th. You may begin to evaluate your course needs and speak to an advisor now to beat the rush.
Campus tours are still being conducted – virtually! Yes, we will give you a tour of campus and discuss your program of interest using Google Meet. Contact us today to schedule a time. If you would like to visit campus, we are scheduling future visits; however all dates are subject to change.
The Vice President of Student Services serves as Ozarka College's coordinator for Disability Services. Students interested in the academic and auxiliary services available (as mandated in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990) should make an appointment with the VPSS's office. Please call (870)368-2027 for more details.
Tutoring is available in an online meeting format. To enquire about tutoring sessions or to set up an appointment, contact the student support helpdesk.
Accuplacer testing is currently available by appointment only. To enquire about testing sessions or to set up an appointment, contact the student support helpdesk.
Meet.google.com – resource for online study groups/virtual meetings.