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$15,000 Donated to UACCM Project by Mobley Contractors

Ronnie Mobley, founder of Mobley Contractors, Inc. in Morrilton, has donated $15,000 to the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton’s clock tower project. (L-R) UACCM Development Officer Anne Cadle, UACCM Chancellor Dr. Larry Davis, Co-Owner and Vice President of Mobley Contractors, Inc. Ken French, and UACCM Director of Marketing and Public Relations Mary Clark Ronnie Mobley Designed by UACCM alumni Julianne Razo and Jason Scruggs, the UACCM Commemorative Clock Tower will serve as a recognizable structure to help build a well-known identity for the school. The clock tower will boldly display UACCM’s rich history as previous names of the institution are etched along its steps. An engraved brick plaza surrounding the structure will allow students, alumni, and area citizens to leave a permanent mark at UACCM. The finished project will be situated on the west side of campus between the University Center and the new Workforce Training Center. For more inform

GED Night Classes Return to UACCM Adult Ed In Conway

As part of the new program year starting this month, the University of Arkansas Community College at Morrilton’s Adult Education Center in Conway will once again offer night classes for GED students beginning Tuesday, July 10. Night classes will meet from 4:30-8 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Interested students are encouraged to schedule an appointment any time during office hours.  All instruction at any UACCM Adult Education Center is free of charge. Each facility offers various programs, including adult basic education, English Language Learners (ESL), college prep, and Workforce Alliance & Growth in the Economy (WAGE) — a series of stackable certifications in partnership with local businesses and industries to prepare participants for workforce careers.  As a reminder for GED students, the GED Exam is only $16, which covers all four tests, and scholarship vouchers are now available to those who qualify. Students may also be eligible for vouchers to cover all c