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Arkansas Colleges of Health Education will celebrate its third graduation ceremony on Saturday, May 21. A total of 148 students from the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine and 38 students from the Master of Science in Biomedicine will receive diplomas.
The Arkansas Colleges of Health Education students coordinated a Day of Service this past Saturday, following their week of service during National Osteopathic week.
The Arkansas Board of Education on Thursday approved plans for a fifth Haas Hall Academy charter school campus to open in the 2023-24 school year in Fort Smith. The new school will operate in affiliation with the private Arkansas Colleges of Health Education.
As a graduate of Arkansas Tech University, Chris Brown began his career in public accounting as a staff accountant in 2010 at Landmark CPAs in Fort Smith. While at Landmark, Brown rose to become Audit Manager. In 2021, he joined Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) as the Director of Accounting and was promoted to Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in January 2022, as a licensed CPA in Arkansas.
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Campus will be open tomorrow, Thursday, February 3, 2022. Students may virtually attend all scheduled classes, lectures, and lab sessions. Any educational activities that cannot be held virtually will be rescheduled. Please check your email for more information.
Chris Brown has been name Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for ACHE.
New buildings, programs, and students are coming to ACHE.
New construction taking place around medical college.
Joshua Gaunt is named the ARCOM Student Doctor of the Year