Learn about the application process and any additional documents that you need to send to the Office of Admissions.
You can check the status of your application by using UAConnect, our student information system.
Admitted students can learn about the next steps to take after acceptance to the University of Arkansas, including registering for orientation, choosing housing, and sending in immunization records.
Orientation is a time when incoming freshmen learn about the University of Arkansas campus, discover the student life opportunities available, and meet with an advisor to choose their first semester of classes.
Founded in 1871, the University of Arkansas is the flagship public institution of higher learning in the state of Arkansas. With nearly 200 academic programs of study and recognition by the Carnegie Foundation as one of the leading universities in the nation, the U of A offers its students exceptional opportunities to succeed both in and out of the classroom.
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Admissions Process Forms
For current and former University of Arkansas students who want to forfeit all credit hours already earned.
For students wishing to be exempt from certain University policies including grading, examinations, academic probation and exclusion.
For students who want a grade of "D" to be accepted for transfer credit or transfer credit from an institution without regional accreditation.
For graduate students who want to enroll in an undergraduate course for graduate credit, or undergraduate students who want to enroll in a graduate course for undergraduate credit.
For students wishing to appeal their admissions decision.
For students who want to be reclassified as Arkansas residents and pay in-state tuition.
For students 60 years or older to verify their senior status and have fees waived.