Welcome to Southern Arkansas University Tech’s information pages for International Students. While International Students must meet our freshmen and transfer guidelines, you must also follow the additional requirements we have established for International Students as required by the U.S. Student and Exchange Visitor Program.
About SAU Tech
Southern Arkansas University Tech was founded in 1968 and is part of the Southern Arkansas University System. SAU Tech is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission North Central Association and authorized under Federal Law to enroll non-immigrant students.
SAU Tech is a two-year public college located inside the Highland Industrial Park in East Camden, Arkansas. East Camden has convenience stores, banks, restaurants, and a golf course where SAU Tech students can play. SAU Tech is about 8 miles or 12.8 kilometers from Camden, Arkansas, a city with a population of about 12,000 that offers a variety of restaurants and shopping centers.
SAU Tech is an affordable option. Our tuition and housing costs are typically about half of the cost of a four-year university. SAU Tech offers housing both on and off-campus. The school year consists of two semesters and two summer sessions. SAU Tech has a low student/teacher ratio that assures more individual attention for students. Student success is the key element at SAU Tech. Free tutoring and personal counseling services are available for all students.
SAU Tech’s main campus is located inside the Highland Industrial Park and students have access to a golf course, banks and convenient stores within walking distance. We offer dining service for lunch and the housing options all have full kitchens for student use. The campus has a small family-like atmosphere with faculty and staff who know you by name and care about your success.
“SAU Tech was the beginning of my new career. I recommend to anyone from anywhere around the world to get their basic degree from SAU Tech. The staff and faculty are excellent and they will forever be in my heart.”Coloma Obama, Buena Esperanza Malabo