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A-State Remains Closed Through Friday. March 6

Arkansas State University will remain closed through Friday, March 6, due to heavy snowfall and hazardous road conditions. This includes the main campus at Jonesboro and the Paragould center.

For the convenience of students, faculty/staff and the community:
  • The Acansa Dining Hall will operate under inclement weather hours, 10:30 a.m. - 8 p.m. on Thursday and 10:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. on Friday.
  • The Red Wolf Center will be open from noon - 5 pm during the closure.
  • The Dean B. Ellis Library will be open on Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and regular hours over the weekend.
  • GradStock has been rescheduled to March 9, from 9 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. at Cooper Alumni Center.
  • The Testing Center will be closed.
  • NEA Science Fair has been postponed to March 16 at Hames Room, Convocation Center.
  • Communications Day (March 7) has been cancelled.
  • The SunBelt basketball match-ups with South Alabama will be played as scheduled.
  • This weekend's baseball matchup with UTA has been moved to Smith-Wills Stadium in Jackson, MS. First game is Saturday, March 7 at 7 p.m. and a doubleheader on Sunday, March 8 at 1 p.m.
  • The Honors Reception event scheduled for Saturday, March 7 has been cancelled.

The university reminds students to monitor their official Arkansas State student email account for information regarding classes, as explained in an announcement from Provost Lynita Cooksey.

For further updates, watch the A-State website at AState.edu and official social media: Facebook.com/ArkansasState and on Twitter @ArkansasState.

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University Communications
(870) 972-3820

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University Police
(870) 972-2093

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  • Psychology & Counseling Club

The Psychology and Counseling Club is an academic organization. It is comprised primarily of psychology majors or minors but all students are encouraged to join and attend meetings and events. The purpose of the club is to encourage and stimulate interests in the academic disciplines of psychology and counseling among students.  The Psychology and Counseling Club provides opportunities to attend lectures, social events, and networking opportunities for all members.

Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology, founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology. Membership is open to graduate and undergraduate students who are making the study of psychology one of their major interests, and who meet the minimum qualifications. Students must apply for membership into Psi Chi.

The purpose of this organization is to promote the practice and understanding of psychological research by allowing ASU psychology students to apply the concepts they learn in their coursework to actual research projects.  The club also raises money for undergraduate students to attend regional and national professional conferences.

  • the Beta Rho Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota (Counseling)

CSI is an international honor society that values academic and professional excellence in counseling. We promote a strong professional identity through members (professional counselors, counselor educators, and students) who contribute to the realization of a healthy society by fostering wellness and human dignity. Our mission is to promote scholarship, research, professionalism, leadership, advocacy, and excellence in counseling, and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the profession of counseling.

  • ASURCA (Rehabilitation Counseling)

ASURCA is the official student organization within the Department of Psychology and Counseling's MRC Program. This organization is recognized by ASU's student government organization as well as a national affiliate of other rehabilitation counseling student organizations. The primary function of ASURCA is to encourage the pursuit of academic and professional excellence within the university by promoting the interaction among rehabilitation counseling graduate students and with faculty. ASURCA also schedules both educational (e.g., guest speakers, conference attendance) and social activities (e.g., semester parties) that promote disability awareness within the university community. The types of disabilities include substance abuse, psychiatric disorders, physical disabilities, developmental disabilities, HIV/AIDS, etc. ASURCA also provides a social and academic network of support throughout the student's program of studies. For more information please contact Dr. Sharon Davis at 870-972-3064.

  • Graduate Association of School Psychology

The Graduate Association of School Psychology is dedicated to educating, motivating, and providing opportunities to graduate psychology students to advance their understanding of the educational process and mental health needs of children and adolescents through research, advocacy, and assessment.

The Positive Psychology Club’s primary goal is to explore & apply tools to lead a happy and productive life and to be a positive influence on the community.

  • Society for Neuroscience - ASU Chapter

SfN's membership consists of more than 41,000 researchers, clinicians, postdoctoral trainees and students exploring the rapidly expanding field of neuroscience. SfN is the world’s largest organization of brain researchers with members in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and 86 other countries around the world.

    For more information about student organizations, contact the Psychology & Counseling Department at (870) 972-3064.