Founded in 1871 as a land-grant institution, the University of Arkansas is the flagship of the University of Arkansas System. Our 27,000 students represent all 50 states and more than 120 countries. The U of A has 10 colleges and schools offering more than 210 academic programs.
The mission of the Office of Research and Economic Development is to support faculty conducting externally funded research; to involve students in the research enterprise; and to spur economic development in the State of Arkansas through the commercialization of university research.
The dedicated staff of the Sam M. Walton College of Business Career Development Center strives to connect you with outstanding students to meet your hiring needs, including full-time employment, part-time positions, and internships.
Our program is designed to provide a powerful combination of programs and "free" services to students who are first-generation, and/or modest-income, and/or individuals with disabilities. The services that SSS provides place emphasis on individual assessment, counseling, advising, skill building, financial management and economic development.
University Housing is comprised of four areas, each under the leadership of a director: Administrative Services, Business Services & Information Technology, Residence Education, and Residential Facilities.
QuickSearch is a new service that allows you to search many different library resources at once. It is designed to offer a place to start your library research and save you time.
The Pat Walker Health Center supports the University of Arkansas community on the way to wellness. The health center is an AAAHC accredited medical institution, providing professional and comprehensive medical care, mental health care, wellness support, and health promotion for University of Arkansas students, faculty, and staff.
There are many diverse on-campus housing options for freshmen, who are required to live on campus during the first year here (unless they´ll be living with family members). Residence life allows you to make some of the best friends you will have during your time on campus, and you will be able to become involved in many fun activities located close to your residence hall.
Students participating in the honors program or holding a Chancellor's Scholarship or a Sturgis, Bodenhamer, or Honors College Fellowship are encouraged to consider living in an Academic Honors Area.
The Associated Student Government is dedicated to making the University of Arkansas the best place it can be for students to live, learn, and thrive.
The University of Arkansas is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.