Quick Facts

The University of Arkansas, the flagship campus of the University of Arkansas system, resides on a former hilltop farm overlooking the Ozark Mountains to the south. At the university's founding in 1871, the site was described as "second to none in the state of Arkansas".

Today, the University of Arkansas encompasses more than 130 buildings on 412 acres and provides nearly 200 academic programs, more than some universities twice its size. At the same time, it maintains a low student-to-faculty ratio (currently 19:1) that makes personal attention possible.

  • Enrollment (Fall 2014): 26,237 students
    • 21,836 undergraduate
    • 4,022 graduate
    • 379 law
  • Instructional faculty: 1130
  • Student-to-faculty ratio: 19 to 1
  • Campus size: 300+ acres, 200 buildings
  • States represented: 50 and District of Columbia
  • Countries represented: 119+
  • Students, female/male: 49 percent/51 percent
  • Average enrolled freshman GPA: 3.6
  • Average enrolled ACT: 26
  • University alumni: 149,553
    • 26,689 active members