The University of Central Arkansas, commonly called UCA or Central Arkansas, was established in 1907 as the Arkansas State Normal School. This national school was designed to concentrate on the training of teachers in Arkansas. The university is located in Conway, Arkansas, and is regarded as one of the best and most affordable options for higher education. UCA welcomes approximately 12,000 graduate and undergraduate students every year, making it one of the largest universities in the state. With more than 80 undergraduate majors, learners have the opportunity to discover their interests and follow their passions. Nevertheless, the university’s occupational therapy, drama, education as well as physical therapy programs have received special attention. All in all, UCA has created an academic community where students can learn and grow in and outside the classroom.