University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton (UACCM) is committed to excellence in learning and personal enrichment.
As a comprehensive community college, UACCM seeks to provide opportunities that enable its students to make significant societal contributions.
- To offer courses, certificate programs, and associate degree programs that provide students with the general education and technical skills needed to be successful in the workplace, for transfer to four-year institutions, or for lifelong learning.
- To provide a general education foundation across the curriculum that will enhance the students’ personal development, skills, and knowledge.
- To provide developmental education courses for students who need to improve academic skills in reading, grammar/writing, and mathematics.
- To provide comprehensive student support services that enhance student success.
- To provide adult basic educational programs that allow enhancement of skills for self-improvement, completion of a General Education Development (GED) diploma, or preparation for higher education endeavors.
- To offer community service and personal interest courses.
- To offer workforce development courses designed to meet a variety of occupational needs for business and industry.
- To provide a comprehensive assessment program for the purpose of improving instruction and student learning.
- To offer the facilities of the College and the talents of its faculty, staff, and students in order to promote educational, civic, and cultural endeavors within the community.
Role And Scope
The Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board is required to establish appropriate institutional role and scope designations in consultation with college personnel. The statute under which this responsibility is assigned to the ADHE Coordinating Board also requires the role and scope be reviewed on a periodic basis and revised to address changing economic needs of the state.