Aug 29, 2021

NWA Democrat-Gazette - 'It's going to do nothing but go up': Med school, jets, housing expected to increase Fort Smith population over decade


While Fort Smith's growth is modest compared to other cities, leaders and developers believe a more prominent, sudden population jump is possible due to initiatives such as Arkansas Colleges of Health Education's health and wellness research center and fighter jets set to relocate at Ebbing Air National Guard Base.

 

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Aug 29, 2021

While Fort Smith's growth is modest compared to other cities, leaders and developers believe a more prominent, sudden population jump is possible due to initiatives such as Arkansas Colleges of Health Education's health and wellness research center and fighter jets set to relocate at Ebbing Air National Guard Base.


Aug 19, 2021

Congratulations to the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education on the candidacy approval for the School of Occupational Therapy. 


Aug 12, 2021

The School of Occupational Therapy at the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education (ACHE) has been granted candidacy status for the doctor of occupational therapy program. The status allows the school to admit students for the inaugural class that begins January 2022.


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