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Joe Hoing
February 25, 2020 • Posted in , ,

Alumni Board Names Grant in Honor of Hoing

The University of the Ozarks Alumni Association Board of Directors has decided to name one of its most prestigious student grants in memory of Joe Hoing, the University’s beloved long-time dean of students. At its annual winter meeting on Feb.22, the board voted to establish the Joe Hoing Student Involvement Grant. Formerly known as the […]

Monica Frizzell
January 25, 2019 • Posted in , , , ,

Frizzell Named Registrar

Monica Frizzell has been named the new registrar at University of the Ozarks, effective Jan. 2. A 2002 graduate of Ozarks, Frizzell has served in the Registrar’s Office for more than 15 years, including 11 years as assistant registrar. “I am very excited about Monica stepping into the role of registrar,” said Jeff Scaccia, vice […]

January 30, 2018 • Posted in , , , ,

Pattersons Establish Education Scholarship

University of the Ozarks alumna Edna Elkins Patterson ’67 and her husband, John, have created a new scholarship endowment at Ozarks to assist elementary education students from Johnson County. The long-time Clarksville residents established The Edna Elkins Patterson and John S. Patterson Education Scholarship recently with a gift commitment of $100,000. The first preference for […]

January 19, 2018 • Posted in , , , , ,

ROTC Program Is Re-established at Ozarks

For the first time in almost 30 years University of the Ozarks students will have the opportunity to participate in the U.S. Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) program. The University has re-established its ROTC program for the Spring 2018 Semester in collaboration with the University of Central Arkansas’ (UCA) ROTC program. Ozarks last had […]

February 4, 2013 • Posted in

Financial aid office reminds students that education tax benefits can lower their tax burden

Clarksville, Ark. --- In late January and early February, students should keep an eye on their mailbox for Form 1098-T, "Tuition Statement." These forms, which are typically mailed to students in mid-January, can be key to taking advantage of the higher education tax deductions and credits offered by the federal government. "Taking advantage of these […]