The University of Arkansas is a public university located in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, United States. Established in 1873, it is a historically black university and a member of the University of Arkansas system.
|UG Application Portal|| Official website|
|Annual Endowment||USD 3.9 million|
|Student Retention Rate||68%|
|Mode of Programs||Full time; Part-time|
|Campus Housing Capacity||5,700|
|Annual Cost of Attendance||USD 20,790|
|Admission Helpdesk||(870) 575-8492|
Programs, Campus & Residence
- The university offers over 30 undergraduate programs along with graduate, and doctorate programs.
- The most popular majors are - Biology/Biological Sciences, Business Administration and Management, General Studies; Criminal Justice/Safety Studies, and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences.
- The university has its main campus in Pine Bluff and an extended campus in North Little Rock. It has 5 residence halls and 2 apartment complexes providing on-campus housing to over 1,617 students.
The University of Arkansas Admission Process
Admission Requirements –
- Transcripts, LOR, SOP
- Test Scores - SAT/ACT/GMAT/GRE
- English Proficiency Test Score –
- Application Fee –USD 30
- Additional Requirements – Proof of financial support, Proof of MMR Vaccination
Applications from international students for both the undergraduate and graduate programs must be submitted on the official website.
Cost of Attendance & Financial Aids
- 88% of students receive some form of financial aid or scholarship from the university.
- The average need-based scholarship offered to students is of USD 3,737.
The University of Arkansas Cost of Attendance
|Expense||Cost in USD|
|Books and Supplies||1,000|
|Room and Board||8,282|
The university serves its alumni by providing them several benefits like invites to alumni events, endowment scholarships, honours, and awards, and more.