Figures are based on a 10 year history of concurrent credit hours earned through UAFS utilizing the programs mentioned above.
About UAFS Concurrent Credit Programs:
Each year, UAFS serves more than 800 students in the greater Fort Smith region through a variety of concurrent credit course options. Whether it be learning in one of the 10 areas of study in the Western Arkansas Technical Center, taking general education courses through UAFS at a local high school, or studying robotics or data analytics through a Regional Workforce Grant, the university offers myriad learning opportunities for students to prepare themselves for the transition to college or employment following high school. Through WATC, students can also earn enough concurrent credit to receive associate degrees upon graduation from high school.