The Stuttgart Campus is located in the Rice
and Duck Capital of the World on the Arkansasí Grand Prairie.
The Stuttgart Campus offers strong programs for the emerging
workforce and valuable continuing education programs for the
existing workforce. Degrees offered are associate degrees,
technical certificates, certificates of proficiency, and a
transfer program for students planning to earn a four-year
degree. The campus also offers regionally specific degrees and
training designed to meet the needs of regional industry.
Academic programs offered at the Stuttgart Campus include
Associate of Arts degrees, transfer degrees, Office Technology,
Computer Information Systems Technology, Business Management,
Network Technology, Associate Degree
in Nursing, and Early Childhood Education. The Stuttgart Campus
has two state-of-the-art science labs and offers a wide range of
science courses to support its programs. The Stuttgart Campus
offers a variety of community education programs, business and
industry training, and computer
workshops. To request information about programs on the
Stuttgart campus, contact April Herring at 870-673-4201, ext.
1814 or e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org. To arrange for the use of any Stuttgart
Campus facility, please contact Mary Nina Fischer, ext. 1895 or
The Grand Prairie Center
The PCCUA Grand Prairie
Center provides educational programs, cultural presentations,
and space for business conferences for the Grand Prairie region.
The Grand Prairie Center is
a 63,000-square-foot multi-use facility on the Stuttgart campus
of Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas (PCCUA).
Opened in April 2011, the center houses an auditorium that will
seat 1,500 people, with two adjacent multi-purpose salons that
when combined can seat 1,000. The center also houses a
performance stage, capable of handling major theatrical
productions, equipped with state-of-the-art sound and lighting
systems. Four classrooms and two meeting rooms are also
available. The center has a fully equipped catering kitchen and
an additional outdoor cooking pavilion. Grand Prairie Center
email@example.com; Phone: (870) 673-4201, ext 1896. To
arrange for the use of any Stuttgart Campus facility, please
contact Mary Nina Fischer, ext. 1895 or
The War Memorial Training Center
Computer Sciences, and Renewable Energy Technology are the three
main programs offered in this facility. In addition, the
Phillips Community College Career and Technical Center offers
programs to high school students in Medical Professions
Education, Computer Engineering, Criminal Justice, and Advanced
Manufacturing. The building was renovated following the May 10,
2008, tornado and is now fully operational.