For The Arkadelphian
EAST CAMDEN — SAU Tech celebrated its graduates with its annual commencement ceremonies on May 7, 2022. The college awarded 774 credentials to students from Arkansas, Louisana, Texas, Mississippi and other states. Many students earned more than one credential in their field of study. We are honoring all of our graduates from the 2021-2022 Academic Year.
The following Clark County residents graduated from SAU Tech:
Kyle Canale, of Arkadelphia, earned a Certificate of Proficiency in Web Technology from SAU Tech for the academic year 2021-2022.
Brittani Curtis, of Arkadelphia, earned an Associate Degree in Professional Studies from SAU Tech for the academic year 2021-2022.
Bryan Flynn, of Arkadelphia, earned a Technical Certificate in Aviation Maintenance from SAU Tech for the academic year 2021-2022.
Jacob Huffman, of Amity, earned a Certificate of Proficiency in Aviation Maintenance from SAU Tech for the academic year 2021-2022.
SAU Tech is a two-year public college that is part of the Southern Arkansas University System. The College began in 1968 and today has an average enrollment of over 1,800 students. SAU Tech offers NJCAA basketball, baseball, and softball and provides students with housing options and full student life. Cheerleading, the Tech Scholars Program, and the Tech Choir are all options for SAU Tech’s students.
SAU Tech employs around 160 staff and faculty and is located inside Highland Industrial Park in East Camden. SAU Tech operates under the governance of the Board of Trustees of the Southern Arkansas University System located in Magnolia. The chancellor of SAU Tech reports to Dr. Trey Berry, President of the Southern Arkansas University System. Dr. Berry is advised by a governor-appointed board of trustees.