The University of Arkansas is a nationally competitive, student-centered research university serving Arkansas and the world.
Students at the University of Arkansas engage in research, invention and development - even the undergraduate students - and so could you. The university has more than 200 programs of study, from history to engineering, from drama to geosciences, from accounting to logistics, from animal science to landscape architecture, and everything in between. More than a fourth of our students take classes abroad during their college career, but they call the University of Arkansas home.
On campus, residential halls provide a warm home away from home, and the Arkansas Union gives all students social opportunities to meet outside the classroom. You can also exercise with friends at the campus fitness center, on the indoor climbing walls or in the Olympic-size pool. And the Ozark National Forest and the Buffalo National River are a stone's throw away.
University of Arkansas graduates are the chief executive officers of national and international companies. They win national and international awards for their creative writing. They nurse the current generation and teach the next. If your goals have more personal meaning -- perhaps you want to bring clean drinking water to the forests of South America or deter genocide in sub-Saharan Africa -- you'll find professors at the University of Arkansas who are experts in those fields and can show you how. You can set any goal at the University of Arkansas and achieve it. The learning requires discipline, desire and inspiration, but that's what our professors bring to the table.
University of Arkansas Main Campus is accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA-HLC).