Freshmen and the Arkansas Marching Band form the letter A on the field at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium.
Fayetteville, Arkansas – Welcome to the University of Arkansas! Whether you’re a freshman or just returning from summer vacation, the first week of class can be stressful. Here are some reminders of all that our campus has to offer to help ease the situation.
UARK mobileis the university’s mobile app, available for iPhone and Android, that provides quick access to many resources.
If you are an online student, please visit the following sites to find information about student services and campus resources. One-stop student guide.
Student Success Center
you want to be successful We have resources to help.of Student Success Center North of Old Main, the Cordia Harrington Center for Excellence helps you overcome barriers on your path to success, from your first day on the hill to your last day walking the graduation podium. Stop by and find your favorite study corner, sign up for tutoring, discuss career paths with colleagues, or enjoy lunch or coffee downstairs. Look for “CORD” in the U of A campus map.
explore hogsinkis a central online community that connects students with registered student organizations. campus event sponsored by those organizations. Log in using your normal U of A username and password.
Hillfest and Razor Bash
These two information fairs will be held at the Union Mall on the first and third days of classes to connect students with the community and the rest of the campus.
Hilfest provides students with the opportunity to learn about campus offices, departments and registered student organizations. It is scheduled for Monday, August 21 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Razorbash connects campuses with local businesses, national franchises, and nonprofits in the northwest Arkansas region. Wednesday, August 23rd from 11am to 2pm. Please come and visit us.
International students and scholars
Secretariat International students and scholars We are committed to helping international students succeed. The office offers seminars, cross-cultural training, and country-specific workshops. We also encourage campus and community involvement through cultural organizations such as the International Cultural Team, iFriends, and Intercultural Mentors.
Join recreation, group fitness classes, outdoor and club sports at UREC. Equipment includes: fitness center HPER Building and Arkansas Union, UREC Sports Complex, recently opened UREC Tennis Center, Climbing facility HPER and equipment rental For climbing, paddling, biking and camping.
Stay safe outside
of RazALERT System (pronounced Raise Alert) is A University’s primary emergency notification system and is the most common form of communication regarding campus safety issues, such as emergency weather warnings. In the event of an imminent threat to campus safety, RazALERT emergency messages are automatically sent to all campus phone and email addresses. Set or update contact information for Razalert.
of University of Arkansas Police Department is an accredited police department consisting of campus security guards, patrols, a criminal investigation unit, a kindergarten through high school unit, and support services including a community assistance and communications center. For non-emergency situations, please call UAPD at 479-575-2222. For emergencies, dial 911. safe zone app You can also download it to your mobile phone and connect it to UAPD for personal safety.
Pat Walker Health Center
of Pat Walker Health Center Provide students with comprehensive medical care, compassionate, evidence-based mental health care, and healthy lifestyle education and promotion.of the center Counseling and Psychological Services We provide essential mental health services such as short-term individual and group counseling, psychiatry, 24/7 emergency mental health services, and case management.
Sexual and Relationship Violence Center
Part of the student department. Sexual and Relationship Violence Center Provides victim advocacy and educational services on sexual and relationship violence to members of the university community. All services are free, confidential and aimed at students. The Center’s offices are located at the Garland Center on Garland Avenue.
In college, some things are hard to navigate. If you have any problems and need support or guidance, UACares The secretariat will help you.
campus nuts and bolts
Meals on campus
All students, whether they live on campus or not, can purchase a meal plan from a variety of options to suit their needs. learn more About meal plans, meal costs, specific dietary needs and locations.
There are multiple paths to reach the hill. Here are some options.
razorback transit — Transportation bus routes provide options for students to move around campus and to and from various locations on campus and Fayetteville.interactive PassioGo map Shows route and real-time bus tracking.
safe ride — This program provides students with safe transportation out of uncomfortable or inconvenient situations after normal bus service hours. Call 479-575-SAFE (7233) to request a Safe Ride.
paratransit — For those who cannot use Razorback Transit due to a disability, our Paratransit service can help. Razorback Paratransit’s basic mode of service is curb-to-curb, but assistance beyond the curb may be available. For more information or to apply for paratransit, please call 479-575-6993.
bicycles and electric scooters — Cyclists on sidewalks must obey the same rules as pedestrians, and cyclists on roadways must obey the laws that apply to motor vehicles in general. Two outside companies offer electric scooter rentals in the Fayetteville community. E-scooters can be ridden anywhere bicycles are allowed. The center of campus is a slow zone, so please drive no more than 6 mph and be considerate of other travelers.
Campus parking lot — Student permits are available in several classifications, but others require prior approval for reasons such as parking space. Before home games and other special events, Certain parking lots must be vacated.Parking tickets are available online.
Make plans to join Trough, the largest student division in the country! Razorback Access Pass, so you can be a part of your biggest moments on campus. Access passes allow students to receive tickets to football, men’s basketball, and baseball games. For other ticketed sports, all students are eligible to receive tickets.
IT services Provides help and support for services including personal computing devices, campus phones, software, and network connectivity such as printing. Our IT Help Desk provides free 24/7 technical support for most issues. IT Services is the Student Technology Center and he also oversees two centers. Tech store and service center — one at the Garland Center, which is connected to the University Bookstore, and another at the Arkansas Union.
of university bookstore During the month leading up to graduation in the fall and spring, we will be selling textbooks, course materials, supplies, razorback gear, as well as graduation regalia.
Also, don’t forget to check fall semester calendar Use for holidays, deadlines, and other important dates.
About the University of Arkansas: As Arkansas’ flagship institution, A University offers an internationally competitive education with over 200 academic programs. Founded in 1871, A University contributes to all of this. $2.2 billion to Arkansas’ economy It teaches new knowledge and skills, entrepreneurship and employment development, discovery through research and creative activity, as well as providing specialized training. The Carnegie Foundation has classified A University among the few universities in the United States with the highest level of research activity. US News & World Report ranks A University among the nation’s top public universities. See how U of A is working to build a better world. Arkansas Research News.