SUMMER/FALL 2021 STUDENT INFORMATION

Arkansas Baptist College recognizes the difficulties that our students and their families have experienced during this period of coping with Covid-19 Pandemic.

We ask each student to contact their Department Chair or Academic Advisor to confirm their schedule of classes .  If any changes are needed, students should contact their academic advisors to discuss changes to their schedules. This is just one of the college’s efforts among several to provide meaningful assistance to our students and their families during these most difficult times.

 

Course Dates :

  • Summer I         May 1 – May 31, 2021 
  • Summer II        June 1 – June 30, 2021
  • Summer III      July 1 – July 30, 2021
  • Fall                     August 2 – November 24, 2021 

How do I register for the Summer/Fall 2021 semester or verify my classes?

Freshman & Sophomore Academic Advisors

Students, see your Advisor or Department Chairperson for assistance with Registration.

Ms. Deadra Andrewsdeadra.andrews@arkansasbaptist.edu– (501)-420-1242

Ms. Desha Farmerdesha.farmer@arkansasbaptist.edu– (501)-420-1281

Junior & Senior Academic Advisors (Department Chairs)

If you are a Junior or a Senior, please contact the Department Chair of your declared major for registration assistance.

Department of Business Administration– Ms. Roberta Clark – roberta.clark@arkansasbaptist.edu

  • AA Business Administration
  • BA Business Administration
  • BBA Business Administration with Concentrations in Sports Management and Entrepreneurship

Department of Education– TBA

Department of Fine and Performing Arts– Rev. Henry Parker –henry.parker@arkansasbaptist.edu

  • AA Music Business
  • BA Music

Department of Interdisciplinary Studies– Ms. Philis Taylor –philis.taylor@arkansasbaptist.edu

  • AA Interdisciplinary Studies
  • BA Interdisciplinary Studies
  • BS Interdisciplinary Studies

Department of Public Administration– Dr. Leonard Williams –leonard.williams@arkansasbaptist.edu

  • AA Public Administration
  • BA Public Administration

Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences– Dr. Tracey Moore –tracey.moore@arkansasbaptist.edu

  • BA Criminal Justice with Concentrations in Private Security, Police Administration, Probation & Parole, and Juvenile Justice
  • BA Human Services
  • BA Urban Community & Leadership Studies

Department of Religious Studies– Rev. Clifton Conley –clifton.conley@arkansasbaptist.edu

  • AA Christian Education
  • AA Religious Studies
  • BA Christian Education
  • BA Religious Studies

 

 

STUDENT RETURNING TO CAMPUS

Please read below for requirements & expectations

Arkansas Baptist College will also be implementing strict safety protocols like requiring face coverings, physical distancing, hand hygiene and enhanced cleaning to ensure the health of our community for students returning to campus. These protocols will:

  • Require everyone to wear face masks inside all buildings — unless the person is alone in a private residence hall room.
  • Require everyone to wear face masks outdoors and maintain at least six feet of distance from others.
  • Require you to intensify cleaning and disinfection of surfaces and objects that are frequently touched, including doorknobs, light switches, desktops, sink handles and countertops.
  • Require a curfew at 9:00 PM for the whole campus. There are no exceptions for the weekend the curfew is in place seven days a week.
  • Not allow students to leave campus at any time without permission. Students are not allowed to leave for the weekend unless it is an emergency. You must take another COVID test at your own cost to be able to resume your stay on campus.
  • Not allow any visitation from anyone not housed in ABC residential halls. Students will only be allowed to have two visitors per suite. Students caught violating this policy, will be asked to return your key and sent home.
  • Students will be permitted to be outside of the residential halls until 9pm, but not allowed to leave off campus at any time. Students caught leaving campus or have anyone from off-campus visit, the student will be asked to return your key and sent home (No Exceptions).
  • Not allow students to congregate in groups larger than 10 people and will require maintaining social distancing of six (6) feet or more.
  • Require you to sign our zero-tolerance policy and any violation of the policy will result in immediate suspension from Arkansas Baptist College.