Welcome. Explore this One Stop page to access student resources, support and services offered by offices across the Fayetteville campus. Sign up for email, register for classes, find financial aid information, check your grades and much more. Discover the tools and information you need to succeed.
If you are a new student, START HERE. Find step-by-step instructions to activate your student account and access almost everything U of A.
Have questions about your application? Learn how to complete your application as an international student. You can also chat with an international recruiter or admissions analyst.
SILC is a professional academic organization that provides English language training and cross-cultural education. The University of Arkansas offers conditional admission to applicants who meet all academic and financial requirements, but not the English proficiency.
Activate your UARK account and create a password to access email, campus networks, Blackboard Learn and other university online services.
UARK Gmail at email.uark.edu offers all the familiar and popular features of regular Gmail. Setting up UARK Gmail on a phone, tablet or in a desktop email application requires a separate password. Learn more about student email accounts.
The Campus Card Office produces the official University of Arkansas ID card. This card is used for identification as a University Campus Member, security access, enrollment verification, meal plan access, and Razorbuck$ to purchase goods and services.
An online student can obtain a University of Arkansas student ID card from the Campus Card Office after verifying his/her identity through ProctorU. This is a service for students who want a card, not a requirement.
Learn about the University’s commitment to academic integrity, what constitutes academic dishonesty, and the procedures created to address allegations of academic misconduct.
Once admitted you will need to start your pre-arrival checklist by logging into issLink. Please follow the instructions to prepare for your arrival to campus and orientation. Enrollment in classes will take place on campus after you arrive.
The office of International Students and Scholars will assist you in your pre-arrival arrangements and hosts international student orientation. ISS will also assist you in maintaining your immigration status through on-line chat, individual advising appointments, and immigration workshops.
The Graduate School is committed to providing post-baccalaureate students with the opportunity to further their educational goals through programs of study, teaching, and research in an environment that promotes freedom of expression, intellectual inquiry, and professional integrity.
Supports academic life at the University of Arkansas, including everything from class registration to transcript request and beyond.
UAConnect allows students to enroll in classes, check financial information and final course grades.
UAConnect help guide provides a list of topics from adding classes to allowing parental access and making payments. The UAConnect help guides provide PDF and some video tutorials on many different topics.
You will find a list of admission forms, including Summary of Educational Experience, Supplemental and Financial Information, and the Graduate Assistantship application, as well as other graduate student forms.
A comprehensive reference for your years of study – a list of degrees, degree programs and courses offered at the University of Arkansas.
Make informed decisions about which courses to enroll in next semester. After logging in, students can search faculty-submitted syllabi from previous and current semesters to review assignments, exam schedules, attendance policies, reading lists and other course information.
Want to know what classes will be taught in the fall or spring? The schedule of classes will provide you with a clickable list of what courses will be available during each semester. You can search for specific courses by title or instructor’s name.
Undergraduate students are identified by their current class standing for the purpose of Priority Registration.
Blackboard is a tool that allows faculty to add resources for students to access online.
This is the official calendar of the academic semester dates and deadlines. Need to know when your classes begin and end or perhaps when holiday breaks are? This calendar will provide detailed information about each semester from beginning to end.
Learn what types of financial aid may be available and how apply for federal assistance. Please be sure to check out the Pathway to Financial Aid Success. We look forward to assisting you with your Financial Aid needs!
The goal of the Treasurer’s Office is to assist you with all your financial needs and concerns.
Get assistance with charges regarding student accounts, billing statements and other issues regarding student billing and payments.
Tuition and fees are charged per credit hour. Get more in-depth details about what is charged to student accounts on the Tuition and Fees Information page.
Learn the many different ways you can request official copies or print unofficial transcripts.
Transferring from another institution? Find out the transfer equivalencies through our enrollment services.
If given proper parental access, parents can make payments, view academics and student financial information through UAConnect.
One unique experience that Razorback Family members have is the opportunity to live in University of Arkansas residential halls.
Find Off-Campus housing and roommates near Arkansas. Log in as a student, guest or property manager to get started.
Details about parking your personal vehicle on campus may be found here as well as information about university transit services. The University of Arkansas provides free transit services around campus and to various locations off campus.
Whether you are a prospective student, or already admitted, our offices are very active on social media and will keep you connected to campus.
Academic advising is an active, ongoing exchange between the advisers and students, grounded in teaching and learning. Advising is based on students gaining accurate and appropriate information and direction to help make their educational experience relevant, coherent, and meaningful.
The University of Arkansas bookstore provides textbook purchase, rentals and textbook buybacks. You can search for textbooks by course on the bookstore website.
The Career Development Center provides services to distance education students. Skilled staff work with students to help them transition into the workplace. The center works with students with employers and alumni and provides tools to help students be competitive in the job market.
The Center for Educational Access (CEA) serves as the central campus resource for helping students with disabilities obtain the accommodations they need for equal access to classroom activity.
The Center for Learning and Student Success is here to help you find the resources you need to achieve your academic goals, develop into the most engaged learner possible, and find fulfillment in an academic career that will lead you to graduation and beyond.
The Graduate Student Congress serves as a representative body that is accountable to the diverse graduate student body. The congress allows graduate students to have more oversight in university-wide decisions that affect graduate student representation, education, accountability, and livelihood.
The Pat Walker Health Center provides professional and comprehensive medical care, mental health care, health education and health promotion for a diverse community of students, faculty and staff.
The library system of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, comprises the David W. Mullins Library and four branch libraries: the Robert A. and Vivian Young Law Library, the Fine Arts Library, the Chemistry and Biochemistry Library, and the Physics Library.
Access the lynda.com library of online tutorials and training in a variety of software suites and programs. Access is free to current University of Arkansas students, faculty, and staff.
Information about student health insurance, insurance requirements for international students, and insurance waivers are available at the Pat Walker Health Center which is a part of the Division of Student Affairs.
Students in an online program are not eligible for the University’s student health insurance plan. However, you may shop for and enroll in a plan through the online marketplace edusure.com.
The Office of Research Compliance (RSCP), a unit of the Office of the Vice Provost for Research and Economic Development, is responsible for assisting faculty, staff and students in complying with federal and state regulatory requirements for sponsored and unsponsored research and with the associated University policies.
RSOs provide students the opportunity to form and develop organizations based on a common interest. Students are able to create, govern, budget and plan their own organization and events.
The Veterans Resource and Information Center serves as the central point of contact for prospective or current University of Arkansas student veterans needing assistance with the admissions process, applying for military educational benefits and scholarships, and referrals to various academic departments around campus.
The University Police Department offers several services to our students: 24-hour campus patrol, crime prevention programs, women’s self-defense, Razorback patrol escort services, daily crime logs, and motorist assists.
Can’t find what you need?
"Hello, I’m Colleen Whitman with the Global Campus at the University of Arkansas. I’m here to answer your questions and help you get the information you need. Contact me."