Matthew Adair earned a degree in biology/pre-med. He was granted an educational delay, so that he can attend medical school at the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Smith. He plans to eventually serve in the U.S. Army Medical Corps. For now, he has assessed into the Army Reserves.read more
“Create, engage, disrupt” also applies to fostering education within a community, Goins said. He pointed to the 2018 millage increase for Fort Smith Public Schools and the creation of the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine as examples.read more
Two impactful community leaders spoke to graduates at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith’s 101st commencement ceremony, Saturday, May 11, 2019, urging them to fully commit to a life of continual learning and bettering their community as they embark on their next endeavors.read more
The first businesses planning to move into Heritage Village on the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education campus were announced Tuesday.read more
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education received a recommendation by the Fort Chaffee Real Estate Review Committee on Thursday for about 70 acres of land that had been previously donated to Fort Smith Public Schools.read more
The Fort Chaffee Redevelopment Authority Real Estate Review Committee voted Thursday (April 25) to recommend selling land originally set aside for Fort Smith Public Schools to the Arkansas College for Health Education (ACHE).read more
Board Recommends Arkansas Colleges Of Health Education For Chaffee Crossing Land After Property Dispute
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) and real estate developer ERC Properties went head-to-head on Thursday (April 25) in hopes of purchasing a prime piece of land in the Chaffee Crossing area of Fort Smith.read more
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education, which owns the Arkansas Osteopathic Medical College, and Chaffee Crossing residential developers ERC Create have both made offers on about 70 acres released by the school district last month.read more
Three faculty members from the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine received faculty title promotions at a recent luncheon on the ARCOM campus.read more
Happy Birthday to the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education.
The organization celebrated five years since Kyle Parker was hired as president and CEO of the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine. It was also the beginning of what would grow from one college to the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education, which aims to promote a healthy community.