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Chancellor speaks to local Rotary Club


NICOLE TRACY | The Nashville News
Local Rotarians heard about “what’s going on” at the city’s college campus on Wednesday during the regularly scheduled Rotary Club meeting at Western Sizzlin’.
Dr. Steve Cole, chancellor of the University of Arkansas – Cossatot system spoke at Wednesday’s meeting. Cole spoke at length about community involvement and how important it was for the college. “At the Chamber Banquet, two weeks ago, it really hit home for us about Nashville, and what everyone does for this community, and that’s what we try to do. After the chamber banquet, we had a discussion about, ‘Are we doing what we need to be doing in Nashville?’ and we feel we are. We are going to keep doing that, and get better wherever we can.”
CCCUA is celebrating its 10 year anniversary at its current location. The building was built in 2006.
Upcoming plans include new programs for the campus. Cole explained that a Medical Coding program was in the works, as well as a Medical Simulation lab.
The college is also expanding its student services division, and will be hiring a full time employee soon. Rotary holds meetings every Wednesday at 12 p.m. at Western Sizzlin in Nashville.