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Contact Info:
State: Arkansas
City: De Queen
Street: 183 Highway 399
ZIP: 71832
Phone: 870-584-4471
 Serves: USA
 Enrollment: Semesters
 Financial Aid: Yes
 Scholarships: Yes
Situated in the foothills of the scenic Ouachita Mountains, Cossatot provides degrees and certificates in more than two dozen areas. The College also offers four Associate’s degrees completely online, and has a roster of more than 60 online courses. 

Degree and Certificate Offerings
Associate’s level degrees offered at CCCUA involve two years of study. They are intended to give graduates the ability to go straight to work in their chosen field or, in the case of an Associate of Arts degree, prepare students for junior- and senior-level courses at a 4-year institution. 
Technical Certificates and Certificates of Proficiency also prepare students for careers where technical certificates generally take less than two years to complete, and certificates of Proficiency take one to two semesters.

Distance Education
CCCUA has long been a leader in Distance Education. A lot of members of its faculty, both online and in-class, have been recognized at the national level for excellence in teaching, which is the primary focus of community universities. Online courses at CCCUA have both the rigor of in-room classes and the flexibility of anytime/anywhere learning that is so appealing to many students nowadays.

Financial Aid
Requesting for financial aid and scholarships can be one of the most challenging tasks student faces during preparing for college. 

Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas Financial Aid Office administers federal, state, and institutional aid programs designed to help eligible students pay for their educational expenses. Assistance is offered in the form of the following:
- grants
- scholarships
- waivers
- work-study (programs where students work on campus and earn money to help pay school expenses)
In order to receive financial aid the student must:
- register with the Selective Service, if required
- have a valid Social Security Number
- make satisfactory academic progress 
- have financial need
- have a high school diploma, GED
- be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States
- be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a regular student working toward a degree or certificate
- not be in default on a student loan or owe a Title IV refund or repayment



Programs offered by this school:
Associate in Applied Science in Business Management
Associate in Applied Science in Medical Assisting
Associates Degree in Arts
Associates Degree in General Studies