Clock Tower

It is important for a college to have a recognizable structure, one that is powerful and can help build a well-known identity for the school. This clock tower will boldly display UACCM’s rich history as previous names of the institution are etched along its steps. “University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton” will be illuminated, along with the clock faces, near the top of the tower on each of its sides, symbolizing the proud past and bright future ahead for UACCM. An engraved brick plaza surrounding the clock tower will allow students, alumni, and area citizens to leave their permanent mark on campus. Fifty years of history will lay the foundation of a solid future for UACCM through this clock tower for the next fifty years and beyond.

Pave A Path...

Become a permanent part of UACCM history.

The UACCM Foundation board is continuing the GIVE MEANING Campaign and working to raise $250,000 to support construction of a commemorative clock tower and to grow the UACCM Foundation Annual Fund.

The UACCM Commemorative Clock Tower will be situated on the west side of the UACCM Campus between the University Center and the new Workforce Training Center. Standing at almost 40 feet high, the clock tower will serve as a College landmark to passersby on University Boulevard as well as Interstate 40.

We invite you to purchase a paver, array of pavers, or other recognition option listed on the form on the opposite side of this brochure. The commemorative clock tower project is a great way to honor the memory of a loved one, recognize an accomplishment, or to support your Community College. Pavers will be displayed in a plaza surrounding the clock tower allowing students, alumni, and area citizens to leave their permanent mark on campus.

Pavers and other recognition options are available on a first-come basis so order yours today! Contact Morgan Zimmerman in the Development Office at 501-977-2085 or zimmerman@uaccm.edu for more information.

Student Designed

UACCM drafting students designed the clock tower to be this symbol of pride and strength on the college’s campus.

Julianne Razo

2011 Graduate
Designer of Tower

"My drafting instructor challenged us, and held several competitions for the different drafting classes. I am so thankful I had the opportunity to compete with my classmates, and especially for my clock tower design being selected to be constructed on campus!"

Jason Scruggs

2011 Graduate
Designer of Base

"One of the reasons the drafting students enjoyed working on the clock tower project was that it was something that was going to become a permanent part of the campus. To be able to contribute to a project like that while I was enrolled in college was a great opportunity. UACCM has such a rich history in the state, and especially in Conway County. I also have relatives and friends who have attended classes at Morrilton, and the legacy of the school’s various names throughout the years is one of the things that I wanted to incorporate into the design."