Latest JLC News
Date Released: 5/2/2016University of the Ozarks student Samantha Hutto has found an illuminating harmony in the unlikely double majors of history and mathematics.
Date Released: 1/25/2016Jones Learning Center Director Julia Frost will be participating in a pair of presentations during the Learning Disabilities Association of America's national conference in Orlando, Fla., on Feb. 14-18.
Date Released: 1/25/2016The entire Jones Learning Center staff as well as six JLC students were trained recently in new text-to-speech software programs.
Date Released: 10/14/2014Administrators from University of the Ozarks and the Jones Learning Center will present a reception preceding a meeting by the Dallas, Texas, branch of the International Dyslexia Association, scheduled for Monday, Oct. 20, at the Dallas Academy.
Date Released: 9/10/2014University of the Ozarks has been ranked the fourth best college in the South in the latest college rankings by "U.S. News & World Report."
Date Released: 9/5/2014An article written by Jones Learning Center Director Julia Frost on helping students with learning disabilities transition from high school has been published by a leading education magazine.
Date Released: 8/12/2014University of the Ozarks has launched a new microsite to promote the services and success stories of its Jones Learning Center, which has been helping students with learning disabilities earn a college degree at the University for more than 40 years.
Date Released: 3/7/2013Jones Learning Center Director Julia Frost will be one of the featured speakers at the annual conference of the Learning Disabilities Association of Arkansas (LDAA), scheduled for Saturday, March 9, in North Little Rock, Ark.
Date Released: 2/15/2013It may seem unlikely that the host of the campus' sports talk radio show would also be developing a show about poetry and short stories, but senior Kourtney Risher, with his trademark drive, wouldn't let that stop him.
Date Released: 2/5/2013Patrick Rogers was 8 or 9 years old when he made his first visit to a television studio in his hometown of Fort Smith, Ark., to visit his brother who worked there.