2020 Arkansas State University-Mountain Home
1600 South College St.
Mountain Home, AR 72653

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Novel Coronavirus

COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS)


ASU-Mountain Home is closely monitoring the CDC, AR Department of Health, BRMC, and local emergency management agencies about the coronavirus situation and following guidance provided by the agencies. We are taking precautionary measures and routinely disinfecting commonly touched surfaces throughout the campus including entrance doors, arm rests, handles, elevator keypads, etc.


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ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH


For daily updates on COVID-19 in the state, go to the ADH status update page.


OFFICIAL INFORMATION NOTICE


Classes will be held on Monday, March 16th as usual, but are optional for those who are unable to attend. Faculty will move their instruction to online only beginning on Tuesday. All offices and campus access will remain open until further notice.  We will assess the situation and make an announcement at a later date concerning instructional plans for the period following spring break. Thank you for your understanding of these changes during these unprecedented times. Please make sure your cell phone is current on your RAVE alert system account. Do not believe rumors or any statements about outbreaks or class cancellations that are not direct from:

  • the ASU-Mountain Home main website, asumh.edu
  • the official university social media, Facebook and Twitter
  • by official email to your ASUMH account; or
  • by direct text message from ASUMH.


CARES ACT


ASUMH has signed a Certification and Agreement with the U.S. Department of Education to distribute 50 percent of funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the Federal CARES Act as Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. Pursuant to the signed agreement, ASUMH has received $529,785.00 for Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. On May 11, 2020, ASUMH delivered $423,145.00 to students enrolled in Spring 2020 semester. Based upon guidance at the time, ASUMH delivered Emergency Financial Aid Grant funds to 626 students who were determined eligible to receive the funds. 


Intent for In-Person Fall Classes

LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas State University System’s six current institutions, as well as future member Henderson State University, intend to return to in-person classes on campuses this fall as part of the Covid-19 pandemic recovery, President Chuck Welch announced today.


Guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and the Arkansas Department of Health will be used to formulate all plans in the coming weeks with a focus on maximum health and safety measures for students, faculty, staff and campus visitors.  The plans will include reopening residence halls at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Arkansas State University-Beebe and Henderson State, Welch said.


“Our chancellors and their response teams have done a tremendous job guiding our employees and students through this difficult time,” Welch said. “Students have made clear they are eager to return to campus and their traditional classes. We want to move in that direction carefully with a focus on keeping everyone as safe and healthy as possible.”


Federal and state guidelines are expected to evolve over the next few months, Welch said, so he has asked the institutions to consider multiple scenarios and plan to be flexible regarding local needs and situations.


“Safety measures for fall classes that we develop in the next few weeks may be very different by August,” Welch said. “We don’t want to rush with a definitive plan now knowing state and federal guidelines are being changed in phases. While we can’t realistically expect complete campus normalcy this fall, we will make every effort to ensure our students have the best possible experiences on campus under the difficult circumstances.”


Each ASU System institution has a Covid-19 website page with information regarding campus updates on various topics, summer classes, commencement and other issues. They can be found at:
• ASU-Mountain Home – https://asumh.edu/pages/main/535/safety
• ASU Three Rivers – http://asutr.edu
• Henderson State University – https://www.hsu.edu/pages/coronavirus/

Chancellor Updates

JUNE 1


Greetings,


As we begin Summer Semester this week, I expect that more people will be on campus.  I want to remind everyone to wear a mask while working with others in the campus buildings.  This is a precaution both for you and your colleagues.  We have masks available in all buildings or you are welcome to wear your own.  We also have digital thermometers in each building and ask that you scan for temperature each day you report to work.  A Return to Campus Procedures document is attached for your review.  


As a reminder, we are still in a remote work mode and only those individuals whose job requires them to be on campus, should be working form campus at this time.


Thanks,


Robin Myers
Chancellor


MAY 11, 2020


Greetings,


I want to thank all of our instructors for the outstanding work they have done to complete the spring 2020 semester.  This historical event has been a challenge and our faculty have met that challenge with resolve and creativity.  I also want to congratulate our students for completing their courses and managing through these changes that have occurred over the past two months.  


I am happy to inform you that the CARES ACT Student Relief Funds are now available for ASUMH to disburse to our students.  Any student who was enrolled on March 1, 2020 and is eligible under the Cares Act provision will be receiving a grant this week.  I have attached a letter to students explaining the CARES ACT provisions.  Essentially the ACT requires that a student be Federal Aid eligible in order to receive a grant.  The grant funds will be distributed based on a formula using each student's enrollment level and the need determined from the Federal Application For Student Assistance (FAFSA).  A letter to students is attached explaining the CARES ACT eligibility.


As a reminder, the campus is still closed to the public and our employees are working remotely.  There are a number of staff members on campus each day, as we maintain the functions that must be completed in person.  We intend to offer all courses for the Summer I and Summer II semesters online.  There will be some in person sessions for certain programs that require clinical or laboratory work.  Instructors will communicate those in person sessions to students and the protocols that will be followed once final plans are made for each course.  We encourage all students to consider enrolling in both summer terms as well as the fall term.  Your education will be even more important to you in the economy of the future.


I also wanted to announce that ASUMH will conduct a graduation activity next week on campus.  This activity will allow each graduate to drive through the portico of Roller Hall.  The graduate will be given their cap and gown to wear for a presentation and picture receiving their diploma.  This event will be recorded and posted to social media as a virtual graduation ceremony.  Although this is not the ceremony we had envisioned for our students, it does allow each student the opportunity to come to campus, with family members in the car, and have them witness the presentation of the diploma.  This event will be conducted over a three-day period and we will be announcing the dates and times to the graduates later this week.  Look for the virtual ceremony online in the coming weeks.


Again, I extend my thanks and gratitude to everyone and my congratulations to our Trailblazer Graduates of 2020.


Thanks,


Robin Myers
Chancellor


APRIL 16, 2020


Greetings,


It is hard to believe that we have been away from campus for a month.  Our move to online instruction has been difficult on everyone, but I applaud the great work and effort that has been expended to make it happen.  I am especially proud of the generosity and compassion that has been displayed by members of the campus.  We have had a number of food distributions from the ASUMH Food Pantry and have participated in the Mountain Home Cares Meal Distributions that have occurred on campus the past two weeks.  Over 800 meals have been provided to area citizens and nearly 100 Food Pantry distributions to students have occurred.  Additionally, most of our personal protective equipment from the technical center and allied health programs has been donated to Baxter Regional Medical Center for use by the health care workers.  Aaron Fouraker at the technical center has also been instrumental in the development of a 3-D printing project to produce face shields for area health care workers.  


I am very proud of everyone involved in all of these efforts to assist both our students and the people of the region.  I am especially proud of the work our faculty and students have done to transition to online instruction.  We are now nearing the end of the semester and will continue with online instruction through the finals in early May.  We hope to get those students who need laboratory or clinical experiences completed in early May if possible.  Your instructors will contact you about those activities once the public health officials signal we can restart gatherings.  


Please remember that registration is underway for both summer terms as well as fall.  Completing your educational goals and developing skills that will enhance your employment opportunities will be even more critical as the job market evolves following this crisis.  I urge all students to make contact with their adviser or our student services staff and make your registration plans for the coming semesters.  


Again, thank you all for your patience and perseverance through these difficult times.  


Thanks,


Robin Myers
Chancellor


APRIL 3, 2020


Greetings,


I hope everyone is managing through the new normal of social distancing.  This first week following spring break is always the start of the march toward the end of the semester.  I know everyone is working very hard to make the online instruction move work, and I appreciate your dedication and commitment.  We will have a solution for those who need clinical or shop hours to complete their courses in the near future.


I wanted to inform everyone that we will postpone our Graduation Ceremony to a time to be determined later in the summer.  We will obviously wait until health care officials deem it safe to have large group gatherings.  I am sorry for the inconvenience that this may cause you, but it is unavoidable at this time.  


The college experience will continue and I urge all of our students to make their plans to enroll in summer courses and fall courses.  The registration process is open online and you can begin to make your plans and enroll.  Faculty advisers are available online and the financial aid office is also operating online.  Social media broadcasts of these enrollment opportunities are forthcoming and the various schedules are online for your review.  We look forward to seeing everyone in the coming semesters.  


Please abide by the social distancing recommendations.  The campus remains closed and only those staff members who are engaged in emergency operations should be on campus during this time.  We want you all to stay safe and healthy as we meet this challenge together.


Thanks,


Robin Myers
Chancellor


MARCH 29, 2020


Greetings,


I hope this email finds you and your family safe and healthy during these trying times.  As a reminder, we will continue in the internet based instruction mode for the coming weeks.  We will continue to monitor the situation and give everyone plenty of time to prepare if we are able to return to campus this semester.  Beginning Monday, students should begin to participate in online classes as we return from spring break.  Students should strive to spend at least as much time online in each class as you would in the regular seated version.  You are encouraged to follow your weekly class schedule and work each day online to stay current with your coursework.  This will keep you in tune with the course material and well prepared for tests that will be coming in the next few weeks.  


The campus will remain closed for the coming weeks as we abide by the recommended social distancing practices to help fight the spread of the virus.  We are available to assist you in your coursework or other needs.  Reach out to an instructor, contact us on social media or by phone if we can assist you in the learning process as we continue in the online mode.  We are also here to help you as students if you have a family emergency during this time.  We will have a food pantry distribution for any students needing assistance later this week.  We also have limited student emergency funds available if you are in an emergency situation as a result of the virus shutdown.  Please communicate that emergency to one of your instructors, and they will proceed to assist you in securing help.


First and foremost, stay safe and well over the next few weeks.  Abide by the recommendations of public health officials in participating in social distancing.  We will have summer and fall registration available for you starting this coming week and all of the process can be completed online.  We look forward to seeing everyone back on campus soon!


Thanks,


Robin Myers
Chancellor


MARCH 25, 2020


Greetings,


I hope this email finds you and your family well.  It has been harder than I thought it would be to get used to this social distancing.  We are still in emergency operations mode and will continue in that format until April 20th.  Limited emergency personnel are periodically on campus conducting operations, but otherwise the campus is closed.  Hopefully, we will be on the downhill side of this thing by then.  If things haven't improved by April 20th, we will assess the situation and make a decision on how we finish the semester. 


As many of you may have heard, the Governor announced a budget reduction for the current year ending on June 30th, 2020.  This reduction was necessary because the State pushed the State Income Tax deadline to July 15th. In doing so, the revenue we would have received in this fiscal year has now been moved to 2021.  The State is also expecting a significant decline in revenue for the next few months due to the economic slowdown associated with the virus. As a result, the Governor has recommended a budget reduction for each institution.  The reduction for ASUMH will be $310,000.  The State will reduce our disbursements between now and June 30th by that amount.


We will be able to withstand this cut by pulling together and making decisions that reduce expenses and maximize revenue.  Nearly one-half of the $310,000 reduction is our productivity funding for this year.  We had scheduled to purchase equipment with these funds, so we will eliminate those purchases for now.  The other $150,000 in cuts will be covered by estimated savings in operations ($30,000), travel ($15,000), unexpended salaries on vacant positions ($50,000), and contingency ($55,000).  We are also going to be at least $100,000 short in tuition revenue which will have to be made up from contingency.  We can also draw from our fund balance, if necessary to finish the year.


I wanted each of you to know the situation these cuts will create.  I also wanted to reassure everyone that our budget and finances are fine.  We can weather this storm.  Finances will be tight next year, and we may not be able to purchase everything we would like to have, but I assure you we will get everything we need to continue to serve our students.  


Please be safe and practice the recommended social distancing and health standards.  I look forward to seeing all of you back on campus in the near future.


Thanks,


Robin Myers
Chancellor


MARCH 19, 2020


Greetings,


The online instruction process for ASUMH is proceeding this week.  I appreciate all the extra effort that so many of you have given to make this transition to online work.  Students and instructors should expect to remain in the online mode following the week of spring break.  We will notify you of any change from this form of delivery once the public health emergency status is lifted.  


The campus will be open but operate under emergency operations status only, during the week of spring break.  Access to Roller hall will only be available from the Keller Green entrance (front of building) due to maintenance that will be conducted on the roof.  The portico entrance will be closed all week for construction.  As a result, there will be no testing services, bookstore operations, or access to the Library for the whole week.  Face-to-face tutoring services will not be available, but the online version will still be accessible during this time.  I will provide another update once more information is available next week.


Thank you all for your patience and cooperation as we continue through this experience together!


Thanks,


Robin Myers
Chancellor


MARCH 16, 2020


Greetings,


Things are moving rapidly as developments concerning the coronavirus change the operations of organizations across our nation.  I wanted to confirm to everyone our operating procedures for the time being.  


Faculty will begin delivering all of the coursework for this semester online beginning tomorrow March 17th.  They will work with their students to overcome the issues associated with moving from a seated course to an online course.  There may also be some clinical hours and laboratory work that will need to be made up at a later date.   Please be patient and understand that none of us have had this experience on this scale before, but we will all get through it working together.  We will address the duration of this online delivery later this week but it will most likely extend beyond the spring break week.  Please make your plans to continue in the online mode beyond that point.  


The College offices will remain open for the time being and operate from 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m each day.  There will not be any activities in the evening and all buildings will close at 5:00 p.m.  Students may continue to use the library to assist them in gaining access to the Internet for coursework or research.  Tutoring services will be available, and more information will be sent to students concerning accessing those services online, in a separate communication.  The parking lots behind Integrity Hall will be available for students to utilize for access to the Internet connection if you decide to work from your vehicle.


All gatherings exceeding 50 people have been cancelled for the next 60 days as recommended by the Center for Disease Control.  All events in the Vada Sheid Community Development Center have been cancelled for this period of time.  


It is my hope that we will be back to normal in the near future.  In the meantime, we will all continue to support each other and strive to serve our students with these changes outlined above.  I again ask you each to move forward with caution, courtesy, and courage as we all strive to get through this crisis together.


Thanks,
 
Robin Myers
Chancellor


MARCH 15, 2020


Greetings,


In response to the Coronavirus, ASUMH will move to online instruction only, beginning Tuesday March 17th.  Classes will be held on Monday March 16th as usual, but are optional for those who are unable to attend.  Faculty will move their instruction to online only beginning on Tuesday.  All offices and campus access will remain open until further notice.  We will assess the situation and make an announcement at a later date concerning instructional plans for the period following spring break.  Thank you for your understanding of these changes during these unprecedented times.
 
Thanks,


Robin Myers
Chancellor


MARCH 13, 2020


Greetings,


We are continuing to monitor the developments associated with the Corona Virus outbreak.  It is my hope that we can continue to operate as usual through the spring break week.  We will make an assessment each day based on the situation at that time.  I appreciate every one's patience and cooperation as we navigate this unprecedented event.


I am asking that all college related out-of-town travel for both staff and students be cancelled through April 9th.  I am also asking that we limit meetings on campus to groups of less than 100 during this same period.  These measures will help in protecting the campus by limiting the possibility of spreading the virus.  


As always, I encourage each of you to practice the recommended regular hand washing and courteous measures of covering your cough or sneeze.  I also ask that each student and staff member use their discretion and not come to campus if they have any flu-like symptoms. These activities will do more to combat this virus than almost anything else we can do.  As a reminder, we have a number of corona virus response publications on the alert tab of our website.  These may be helpful in providing you with more information about minimizing your risk of contracting the virus.  


We will all get through this event through the exercise of caution, courtesy, and courage.  Thank you and have a safe and happy weekend!


Robin Myers
Chancellor


MARCH 11, 2020


Greetings Staff and Students,


Today we have been informed of a presumptive case of COVID-19 reported in the Pine Bluff area.  Students from Southeast Arkansas Community College (SEARK) Respiratory Care Program came into contact with the "infected" individual while working a clinical rotation at the local hospital. As a result, SEARK has closed and is working through the situation.  This is an example to all of us for the need to be prepared and to be cautious as we confront this health threat.


We are closely monitoring the situation and will continue to keep the campus community informed of any known developments in our area.  We have developed a plan for the continuation of the spring semester to be conducted remotely from campus if required.  We are hopeful that this will not be necessary but want everyone to be aware of that possibility.  


I continue to ask everyone to exercise personal responsibility for observing appropriate recommendations for hand washing and limiting others to exposure should you have any flu-like symptoms.  Allowances for absenteeism will be made for any student or staff exhibiting those symptoms during this critical time.  


Thank you for your cooperation and understanding during this time.  The ability to address this concern with caution and calmness will allow us all to navigate this situation.


Thanks,


Robin Myers
Chancellor


MARCH 6, 2020


Greetings,


I have met recently with representatives from the hospital, city and county government, first responders, and the public schools concerning our response to the Coronavirus situation.  We have all agreed to coordinate our response should an outbreak occur in our region.


Our institutional services staff have been disinfecting surfaces on campus since the outbreak of the flu in our area last fall. They continue to sanitize handrails, desk surfaces, and door knobs to help prevent the spread of flu or any other virus. All of the disinfectant wipes we have have been distributed to classrooms.  More are on the way to us.


The CDC has advised everyone to use personal hygiene precautions such as vigorously washing hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and coughing or sneezing into your elbow or tissue to prevent the spread of a cold or virus.


Please use your discretion when you feel that you are sick and make the decision to stay home until your symptoms subside.  I am asking faculty to make allowances for students and likewise encourage them to stay home, and to make accommodations for them to allow them to continue to participate in class without penalty for their absence.


We are also making plans for continuing the semester away from campus should an outbreak occur.  I will keep you informed of any developments.


Technology Issues


We are continuing to experience technology issues on campus.  A number of outside consultants have been on campus this week attempting to correct the situation.  They are continuing their work and we may experience temporary outages as they take various elements of the system down.


Thanks,
Robin Myers

CARES Act Elgibility Requirements

CARES Act May 11 2020 Disbursement Model

Recommened Return to Campus Procedures

Please update your RAVE Emergency Alert data for important announcements. 


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The Tech Center has a new, improved WiFi service in the parking lot, thanks to Yelcot Communications. Students are encouraged to use this parking lot, instead of the main campus, to complete assignments if needed. The network is titled "Education WiFi" and there is no password required. 


Education Wifi Provided by Natco: https://www.natconet.com/view-news?id=70 
Education Wifi Provided by Yelcot: http://wifi.yelcot.com


Yelcot is in the process of providing free access in our service areas for students to use while school is out due to the Coronavirus. We would urge everyone to practice social distancing during this time and keep a safe distance from others.


Please visit http://wifi.yelcot.com for a complete map of these locations.


The access will be under Education WiFi at the locations listed below and there is no password required. Speeds will be limited to 5mg up/5mg down. The hours the system will be open is 6am to 10pm.


We have opened up access in downtown Yellville and Yellville city park for Yellville/Summit students.


Cotter/Gassville students have access in Cotter Springs park.


For Mountain Home students, we have gotten permission for the Baxter County fairgrounds and Ultimate Ford to use their wireless system and create a guest network to allow students access to the internet. The access for the Baxter County fairgrounds will be over by the cattle barns on the east side of the property. Ultimate Ford’s network will be off the east side of the building with access in the First Christian Church parking lot. This access point should be up early next week.


The network we have for students in downtown Mountain View is around the Courthouse.


We are working on three locations in Melbourne. Students in Melbourne would park in the Church of Christ parking lot across the street from Freedom Ford to be able to access that network.


We are working on opening up our wireless network at our hut locations spread out in the more remote parts of the Yellville and Mountain View service areas. Some of these locations in Mountain View, Allison, Gaylor and Pleasant Grove, are working today and others will be added next week.


We have also closed the office lobby’s to customers until further notice. Please utilize our pay online service at yelcot.com or use the drive-thru window or payment dropbox.


Pursuant to the latest directive from Governor Hutchinson, all offices on campus will close except emergency operations.  Emergency operations personnel will perform their necessary functions on-site, but all other personnel will work remotely until further notice.  


Additionally, public schools will not be in session before April 20th.  We will remain in online-only instruction until that date or further notice.

Important Info

CARES Act Elgibility Requirements

CARES Act May 11 2020 Disbursement Model

Recommened Return to Campus Procedures

Please update your RAVE Emergency Alert data for important announcements. 


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The Tech Center has a new, improved WiFi service in the parking lot, thanks to Yelcot Communications. Students are encouraged to use this parking lot, instead of the main campus, to complete assignments if needed. The network is titled "Education WiFi" and there is no password required. 


Education Wifi Provided by Natco: https://www.natconet.com/view-news?id=70 
Education Wifi Provided by Yelcot: http://wifi.yelcot.com


Yelcot is in the process of providing free access in our service areas for students to use while school is out due to the Coronavirus. We would urge everyone to practice social distancing during this time and keep a safe distance from others.


Please visit http://wifi.yelcot.com for a complete map of these locations.


The access will be under Education WiFi at the locations listed below and there is no password required. Speeds will be limited to 5mg up/5mg down. The hours the system will be open is 6am to 10pm.


We have opened up access in downtown Yellville and Yellville city park for Yellville/Summit students.


Cotter/Gassville students have access in Cotter Springs park.


For Mountain Home students, we have gotten permission for the Baxter County fairgrounds and Ultimate Ford to use their wireless system and create a guest network to allow students access to the internet. The access for the Baxter County fairgrounds will be over by the cattle barns on the east side of the property. Ultimate Ford’s network will be off the east side of the building with access in the First Christian Church parking lot. This access point should be up early next week.


The network we have for students in downtown Mountain View is around the Courthouse.


We are working on three locations in Melbourne. Students in Melbourne would park in the Church of Christ parking lot across the street from Freedom Ford to be able to access that network.


We are working on opening up our wireless network at our hut locations spread out in the more remote parts of the Yellville and Mountain View service areas. Some of these locations in Mountain View, Allison, Gaylor and Pleasant Grove, are working today and others will be added next week.


We have also closed the office lobby’s to customers until further notice. Please utilize our pay online service at yelcot.com or use the drive-thru window or payment dropbox.


Pursuant to the latest directive from Governor Hutchinson, all offices on campus will close except emergency operations.  Emergency operations personnel will perform their necessary functions on-site, but all other personnel will work remotely until further notice.  


Additionally, public schools will not be in session before April 20th.  We will remain in online-only instruction until that date or further notice.
If you need service or have equipment issues, please call one of the numbers below for assistance.


Yellville: 449-4211
Mountain Home: 425-3100
Gassville: 435-6111
Mountain View: 269-3232


We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you and appreciate your understanding during this time.

Contact Info

If you need service or have equipment issues, please call one of the numbers below for assistance.


Yellville: 449-4211
Mountain Home: 425-3100
Gassville: 435-6111
Mountain View: 269-3232


We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you and appreciate your understanding during this time.
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Faculty will be delivering all coursework online through the remainder of the summer.  The Tech Center has a new, improved WiFi service in the parking lot, thanks to Yelcot Communications. Students are encouraged to use this lot instead of the main campus parking lots when completing assignments. 

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