United States, Arkansas

Located in the picturesque city of Fayetteville, the University of Arkansas (U of A) was established in early 1871. Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), the university believes in providing excellent teaching facilities and consistently proving why they are among the best research-based universities in the United States. The U of A has very great values such as curiosity to learn and know the more strong character, creativity, and humanity, on which they have built this fantastic university. Every year 27,000 students choose the University of Arkansas as their profitable educational venture, from which nearly 1,500 students are from 100 different countries. The university offers unique and fascinating programs for graduate and undergraduate levels in different areas such as Arts, Business, Computers and Technology, Education, Engineering, Management, Social Science, Science, and many more.

Campus Life

Quality of life on campus provided by the university is one of the most important things. The stellar 412-acres campus has everything that any student needs. The university provides exquisite and safe on-campus accommodation and dining facilities so that students do not need to be anxious about necessities. Moreover, apart from the studies, the university provides exciting on-campus activities like live music concerts, drama competitions, live guest lectures, speeches by great personalities, and many more. The U of A believes in maintaining physical health as well and for that, the epic recreational center does all the work. The recreational center consists of gyms, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a rock-climbing wall, racquetball courts, and outdoor equipment rental.

Noted Alumni

Over the years, the University of Arkansas has given great alumni who are doing great in their studies. Some of the alumni are Ricardo Martinelli - president of the Republic of Panama who was elected in 2009. The university has alumni in the corporate world and S. Robson Walton - the son of great Sam Walton the creator of Wal-Mart, Ed Wilson – an executive from Fox Broadcasting Company & Tribune Broadcasting.