A Carnegie Research 2 university, Arkansas State University is the second-largest university in the state, and a leader in innovation and collaboration. A-State is one of a handful of universities in the America with its combination of research, outreach and community. Proud of its role in educating first generation students for more than a century, A-State’s stature and resources allow students to pursue the highest of academic goals while still being the size university where faculty and staff know students personally and Every Red Wolf Counts. Our employees play a vital role in supporting our more than 14,000 students in over 150 majors. A-State is creating the first public College of Veterinary Medicine in Arkansas, and hosts the first osteopathic medical school in the state, the New York Institute of Technology’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. A-State opened the first U.S.-style residential campus in Mexico in fall of 2017, and operates a large-scale online program with students in almost every state. A-State is producing more than 2,000 graduates a year and as the second largest employer having a vital economic impact to the region. A-State is the home to the region’s concert and convention venues, Fowler Center and First National Bank Arena, as well as a NCAA FBS athletics program. Learn more at AState.edu.Something looks off?