SAU Tech
Foundation & Alumni



Welcome to the Southern Arkansas University Tech Foundation and Alumni Association. We are excited that you are interesting in finding out more about how you can support the students and programs at SAU Tech. Our newly formed Alumni Association is also available to graduates of SAU Tech. Check out more about the Association on the Alumni Association page.

Foundation Mission

The mission of Southern Arkansas University Tech Foundation is to advance educational opportunities by raising and stewarding funds to support programs, scholarships, facilities and special projects of the college. In cooperation with SAU Tech, the foundation enhances the quality of and access to higher education in the communities we serve.

ABOUT US

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Since 1970, the Southern Arkansas University Tech foundation has awarded over $155,000 in scholarships, provided professional development funds for SAU Tech staff members, helped the College purchase land for a walking trail, purchased training simulators for the College’s industrial programs, and leased housing to the College for student use. The Foundation also built new student apartments and raised funds to build a housing day room for students.

Events & News

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Kenneth (Doc) Long made the first donation to SAU Tech’s new Scholars Program started by Dr. Jason Morrison, SAU Tech’s Chancellor. Long made a donation of $500 during a Rotary Club meeting in Camden where SAU Tech Foundation Executive Director, Beckie Moore, was on hand to accept the donation from Long. Long stated that “I believe there is a need for education and resources. Throughout my life I have “planted seeds” as stated in Genesis 8:22, we are called upon to plant seeds to invest in someone’s life. That is what I am supposed to do.

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Jim Golden made a donation to the SAU Tech Foundation for the new Scholars Program. Anyone interested in supporting the SAU Tech Scholars Program can contact Beckie Moore at bmoore@sautech.edu or by phone at 870-574-4488.

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Generations Bank made a donation of $1,000 to the Tech Scholars Program on May 18, 2017. Pictured are Dr. Jason Morrison, SAU Tech Chancellor; Delois Kitchens, Generations Bank Market President-Hampton; and Beckie Moore, SAU Tech Director of Alumni Relations & Development