- Student ActivitiesThese student life programs allow students to make lasting friendships and build leadership and teamwork skills.
- Counseling Services
Counseling can help students cope more effectively with many problems that arise in daily life, including some that may interfere with academic progress.
- Registration Information
Need-to-know information, dates, and deadlines for those who want to register for classes at UACCM.
Academic Commons, Gordon Library
The Gordon Library, located in the east wing of the Library Complex, provides study and research materials and is a quiet place to complete homework. Reference material and media supporting all areas of instruction are located in the library along with private study rooms, tables, and copying services. Computer and Internet access is also available in the Library Complex. Student Success Tutors are also available for students to receive tutoring in writing, math, and computer skills.
Students who attended the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton (UACCM), Petit Jean College (PJC), Petit Jean Technical College (PJTC), or Petit Jean Vocational-Technical School (PJVTS) are eligible to become members of the UACCM Alumni Association. Current UACCM students are automatically enrolled in the Alumni Association upon graduation, and membership is free and open to all former students. For more information, contact the Alumni Office at (501) 977-2085
CampusConnect provides each UACCM student with access to personal demographic information, an unofficial UACCM transcript, class schedule, grades, account balance, and financial aid information.
- Click on the “Student CampusConnect” above
- Enter your nine-digit student I.D. number without dashes. (If you do not know your student I.D. number, visit the Registrar’s Office in University Center.)
- Enter your PIN (Initially, this will be the last four digits of your Social Security number.)
One click gives you access to:
- Your advisor's name
- Unofficial UACCM transcripts
- What classes you need to complete your degree
- Semester grades
- Account balances and financial aid information
Career Pathways offers certain individuals free career training and college classes. In addition, the Career Pathways program may be able to help students overcome barriers that have kept them from getting the training and education they need. Help with things like child care, career counseling, tutoring, tuition, books and supplies is available. To be eligible, parents must meet certain income requirements and have custody of at least one child under the age of 21 living in their residence. If you are interested, please contact the Career Pathways Office at 977-2186.
Career Services will help match your personal interests, values, and abilities to the workforce. UACCM students and prospective students may receive test results to help determine their personality, skills, and aptitudes aligned with specific career areas. Career Services offers help with resume writing, cover letters, digital professional portfolios, interviewing skills, dressing for success, and setting career goals. On-site interviews are conducted by various companies. The Virtual Career Center allows students to build a professional portfolio, create and submit resumes, locate and apply for jobs, and research careers. When you finish career sessions, you will have an understanding of how your personality, skills, education, and values will ensure success in specific career areas.
The Earle Love Child Study Center which is located on the UACCM campus provides child care services to students and community families. The Center has a Level Two Better Beginning rating awarded by DHS/Division of Child Care and Early Childhood Education.
Educational, personal and career counseling are available to UACCM students and prospective students through the Department of Counseling Services. Counseling Services offers a wide variety of services designed to enhance student learning and overall wellbeing. Professional therapy is provided (free of charge) to UACCM students and prospective students. Counseling may help students cope more effectively with many problems that arise in daily life, including some that may interfere with academic progress. Students bring a wide range of issues to counseling, and anything which is a concern to a student is important. Some experiences frequently brought to counseling include stress, relationship problems, anxiety, grief, depression, coping with transitions, and other mental health challenges. The counseling process involves a relationship between you and a licensed counselor who will help you clarify your feelings, make your own decisions, and resolve your concerns based upon your personal values. Appointments may be arranged by calling or visiting Counseling Services; if you have a crisis, no appointment is necessary.
During the fall, spring, and summer semesters, The Plaza is open Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Daily offerings include continental breakfast items from 7:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m. and daily lunch specials, salads, and soups served from 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Menu items are reasonably priced and dine-in drink refills are free. The Plaza is located on the west end of campus and offers ample parking and a casual atmosphere. The Plaza can also be reserved for special events outside of normal operating hours. For special arrangements, call (501) 977-2081.
Reasonable accommodations for persons with documented disabilities will be made, pursuant to federal and state law. Any student with a disability who needs accommodation (e.g. seating, extended time, or alternative testing arrangements) should request the accommodation at the beginning of the semester or term. The Disability Counselor will make the determination regarding appropriate accommodations. It is the responsibility of the student to provide the necessary documentation to the Disability Counselor. It is UACCM’s policy that, when UACCM sponsors events and locations outside of the UACCM campus, the locations to be used will be accessible to and usable by persons with disabilities.
A UACCM e-mail account is available to all students. Accounts for first-time entering students will be set up by the first day of classes. Your account will remain active between semesters as long as you are pre-registered for a following semester. All important Campus information is distributed to students through their UACCM e-mail. You must have a signed Computer Account Form on file with Computer Services agreeing to the UACCM Computer Usage Policy. Returning students do not have to complete a form each subsequent semester at UACCM.
The following Information will help you determine your username and password for logging onto computers on campus as well as your e-mail account:
- Your USERNAME is first initial, middle initial, last name plus the last 3 digits of your student ID. (Example: JCDoe321) If you don’t have a middle initial substitute an ‘X’. (Example: JXDoe321)
- Your PASSWORD is your first initial plus your Student ID number . The first initial must be uppercase and no dashes are used. (Example: J987654321)
Your email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. (Example: JCDoe321@uaccm.edu)
E-mail may be accessed online from the UACCM Web site through a link under "Online Tools" at the top of each page.
eLearning Learning is a course shell your instructor uses to organize course material. eLearning allows you access to your class assignments, discussion groups, grades, on-line quizzes, etc. anytime – day, evening, or weekend. eLearning will be used by all instructors on campus to some extent. The eLearning program may be accessed through the My UACCM Portal.
A large number of financial aid options are available through the UACCM Financial Aid Office. Every student should contact the Financial Aid Office to see if they qualify for financial assistance.
The Fitness Center is a free service located in the Kirk Building which is available for use by students currently enrolled in classes at UACCM as well as College employees during posted hours Monday through Friday. Individuals must use all appropriate safety precautions and must abide by all of the guidelines established for use of the facility. Users should be aware that the College does not currently provide dressing rooms or showers in the area, so use of the equipment should be scheduled with this in mind.
The Intramural Sports Program at UACCM is designed to promote fun, fitness and friendship for current students, employees, and alumni. Intramural sports are sports held within the College where students form teams and compete against each other for the prized “Wolfie” trophy. The “Wolfie” trophy is provided by the Student Government Association (SGA) and is awarded to the team which accumulates the most points. Currently, tournaments are held in volleyball, 5K walk/run, table tennis, basketball (three-on-three), horseshoes and Ultimate Frisbee®. Tournament schedules in upcoming years are expected to include flag football and softball.
Students who wish to help organize and promote the Intramural Program at UACCM should consider joining the Intramural Council Organization (ICO). The ICO is a Registered Student Organization whose mission is to promote student unity and socialization through intramural sports. If you are interested in sports, the ICO is a great way to get involved!
Alumni can also participate in the Intramural Program. To be eligible, a former student must be a member of the UACCM Alumni Association and must participate on a team which consists of at least 50 percent current students.
Job Placement Assistance
The Career and Transfer Center maintains a list of job opportunities for students and alumni.
All UACCM students have access to and are encouraged to utilize an e-mail address on the UACCM server. To take advantage of this, new students must fill out a computer account form provided during registration. If you wish to complete a form at any other time throughout the academic year, one can be obtained from the information desk in the University Center. Once you complete a form, you will receive information on your e-mail address and how to access it. Students enrolled in the past year should not have to complete a new form.
Student study lounges are located on the second floor of the University Center, the second floor of the Business Technology Center, and the first floor of the Library Complex. The Kirk Building houses Union Station, a multi-purpose student center/TV lounge. An adjacent convenience store carries a variety of snacks, drinks, consumable supplies and personal care needs.
Testing Services is available to students as a confidential and secure location to provide a wide-range of testing services. Tests such as CLEP, COMPASS, TEAS, STEP, and GED are administered through the Office of Testing Services. Proctoring services for make-up exams and online course exams will be scheduled through Testing Services which is located in the Business Technology Center Room 207.
Students planning to transfer to a four-year institution are provided with a transfer coordinator to help match students to the correct institution. Students will be directed to a transfer representative at local institutions of higher learning. Students will receive assistance with transferring credits and developing a program of study for while attending UACCM.
The University Bookstore, located at the intersection of Highway 9B and University Boulevard, offers textbooks, paper, supplies, clothing, and miscellaneous gift and personal items. The University Bookstore accepts checks for purchases; however, it does not cash personal checks. American Express, Discover, Mastercard and Visa are accepted for purchases.
A complete listing of book prices may be viewed at www.efollett.com. On-line orders will be confirmed by e-mail and may usually be obtained at the bookstore in two to three days. When you have reached the home page, select Arkansas, then UA Community College at Morrilton. Pricing for both new and used books is available; however, availability is not guaranteed. On-line orders will be confirmed by e-mail and may usually be obtained at the bookstore in two to three days.
The bookstore will accept returns and exchanges until the end of the second week of classes during fall and spring semesters and until the end of the first week of classes during summer terms. The books/supplies must be in “like new” condition and must be accompanied by a cash register receipt. Contact the University Bookstore at (501) 977-2127.