The mission of the School of Computer Information Systems is to support the mission of the University of Arkansas at Monticello by focusing on the undergraduate educational needs of computer information system students in southeast Arkansas and the region. The Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems is designed to prepare students to assume dynamic roles as analysts and designers who will provide the professional insight required for building the information systems of the future. 

The School of Computer Information Systems at the University of Arkansas at Monticello recently honored its top students during the school’s annual spring banquet. Awards were presented to the outstanding senior, outstanding junior, and rookie of the year.  There were ties for both the top senior and rookie awards. Pictured from left are Maranda Duckworth of Pine Bluff, the outstanding junior, Meagan Peters of Arlington, Tex., one of two winners of the rookie of the year award, Bo Smith of White Hall, one of two recipients of the outstanding senior award, Annie Priest of Hot Springs, outstanding senior, and Timothy Taylor of Star City, rookie of the year.