2020 Arkansas State University-Mountain Home
1600 South College St.
Mountain Home, AR 72653
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Committed to Your Success


ASUMH students can visit the Tutoring Center whenever they wish during open hours. It is not necessary to make an appointment.

Monday - Tuesday
9:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Wednesday - Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Assistance for core classes is available through all tutors, and a math tutor is always present. Students are assisted first-come-first-serve, so students needing more focused and intensive assistance may need to visit the center during hours of lower student demand. The Schliemann Learning Center does not offer printing. Printing is available at the Norma Wood Library. Computers are available and may be used whether or not a student is using tutoring services. Computer applications include the Microsoft Office 2016 Suite: Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher.

The primary goals of the Tutoring Center at Arkansas State University Mountain Home are:

  • To provide overall academic support for students needing assistance.

  • To create a comfortable environment in which learning can take place.

  • To encourage students’ self-confidence.

  • To provide successful learning experiences.

  • To help students familiarize themselves with Blackboard, MyMathLab and other computer programs that are used in their course studies.

Individual and group tutoring sessions are designed to help students develop their skills not only in the classroom, but for studying in general. Tutoring methods tailor activities to students’ learning needs and styles, empowering them to take responsibility for both their successes and their failures. We hope that as students accomplish this, they will gain an increase in confidence and the ability to learn independently, and ASUMH will enjoy the accomplishment of greater student success and retention. Tutors can also provide basic assistance with:

  • Portal

  • Student email / calendar

  • Working with attachments

  • Blackboard

  • PowerPoint

  • Microsoft Word

  • Virtual Advising Center

  • Improving student skills


The ASUMH Writing Center is located in Dryer 205. It is supplied with four computers for student use when working on writing projects, either for composition classes or other courses. It is staffed by full-time faculty in the English Department. Students are encouraged to utilize the Writing Center for one-on-one tutoring for course writing projects. Check the bulletin board outside the Writing Center for faculty times.


Twin Lakes Literacy Council is a non-profit group of volunteers, and has been working to promote literacy in Baxter County, Arkansas since 1986. The Literacy Council offers tutoring to adults of all ages in reading, language and mathematics. For more information contact the council at (870) 425-7323 (425-READ) or twinlakeslc@yahoo.com

Twin Lakes Literacy Council
1318 Bradley Dr., #14
Mountain Home, AR 72653



Road restoration is underway on the ASUMH campus. Please allow extra time when coming to campus as you may need to enter the campus by another route or park in a different location.

Current Road/Parking Lot Closures (starting 9/24/2020): College Street Entrance and Wade Street Entrance, Parking lots behind Integrity First Hall and Dryer Hall. This part of the road restoration should be completed on Wednesday, September 30th, by the end of the day.

Phase 2: After College Street & Wade Street entrances have reopened, we will move on to blocking the Highway 62 entrance and King Circle toward Roller Hall and Roller Drive. Barricades will be in place.

Phase 3: After the Highway 62 entrance opens, we will be moving to the Maintenance Entrance, Maintenance & Vada Sheid Community Development Center parking lots.We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause as we continue to make needed upgrades to campus.

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Step Up, Reach Back Intern Application

An important part of the Leadership Intern program is service to others. Reaching back after you have been through the program and helping a new member of the program is encouraged. Consider the list of ideas below and mark at least two things you would be willing to do.

Statement of Commitment
By signing this form, I agree to the following:
  1. I will enroll in at least 6 credit hours per semester.
  2. I will maintain at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA.
  3. I will attend orientation, retreat, by-monthly meetings with my mentor(s), and any other required activities on the attached required activities list.
  4. I will participate in planning and executing a leadership event.
  5. I will provide feedback to the mentors.
I confirm that all information on my application is accurate and I give the Women’s Leadership Center permission to verify any information included in this application. My signature below represents an awareness of my commitment and responsibilities to my mentor(s) and the Leadership Intern program.

Funeral Science AAS Program Application

BIOL 1013 Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology for Non-Healthcare Majors
  BIOL 2004 Human Anatomy and Physiology I & Lab
  BIOL 2014 Human Anatomy and Physiology II & Lab
CIS 1053 Computer Essentials
COMM 1203 Oral Communication
ENG 1003 Composition I
ORT 1001 First Year Experience for Funeral Science
Part-time Applicants Only
ENG 1013 Composition II
Admissions decisions made based on mid-term grades will be contingent upon final grades.
Important Disclosures about the Program and the Funeral Service Industry
I understand this program is full-time and requires that I follow a specific course rotation of 14-16 credit hours per semester.
I understand that all Funeral Science Education curriculum course work must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
I understand that students must maintain a 2.5 GPA and will only be allowed to retake courses from which they withdraw or failed in the first semester upon admission to the program.
I understand that students are responsible for any costs associated with the program including field trips and Training Camp.
I understand that when I receive my results for each section of the National Board Examination, I must forward a copy of such results to the program coordinator as a condition of graduation.
I understand that it is my responsibility to know the licensing requirements for any state in which I intend to practice.
I understand that students who have previously been convicted of a crime may be restricted from certain clinical facilities and may be ineligible for some state licenses.
I understand that students who have a physical disability should contact the state in which he/she plans to seek licensure to determine if the disability will affect licensure.
I understand that a current driver’s license is required prior to enrolling in a clinical or practicum course.
I have read and understand the program dismissal policies contained within the Funeral Science Student Handbook.
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