Dual Enrollment lets high school students take college-level courses for college credit.
Concurrent Enrollment gives high school students the option to take college-level courses for both college and high school credit.
Dually or concurrently enrolled students will need to be advised before registering, and should contact the Fulbright College Advising Center at 479-575-3307. Students will have the opportunity to register for classes during their assigned registration period.
When to Apply
Students interested in applying to the University of Arkansas for the fall semester are urged to apply early; however, regular fall applications will be accepted until August 1. Students seeking dual enrollment should apply at least one month before the semester of intended enrollment begins.
Junior & Senior Year
The best way to determine if our campus is a good fit is to schedule a visit or attend a preview day.
April - December
Take the ACT/SAT
The U of A offers test-optional admission, but many scholarship opportunities continue to require test scores.
Fall Application Opens
The fall admissions application for the following academic year will open.
Priority Application Deadline
Apply for admission early to take advantage of early housing and orientation options.
Priority Scholarship Application Deadline
Apply for academic scholarships by this date to receive the most consideration.
Final Spring Application Deadline
Apply by this date for admission to the spring semester.
January - May
Complete the FAFSA
Submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online to learn more about federal aid available to you.
Final Scholarship Deadline
Apply by this date for academic scholarships and endowed fellowships.
National College Decision Day
Last chance to complete a housing contract or living with parent/exemption form and register for an orientation session.
Final Application Deadline
Apply by this date for admission to the fall semester.
Follow these steps to complete your application to the University of Arkansas
The Arkansas Department of Higher Education (ADHE) allows high school students to enroll in college-level courses for credit under certain conditions (see a full overview of ADHE’s policy). At the University of Arkansas, students have the option to take courses through either dual or concurrent enrollment pathways.
Visit the apply now section below to complete and submit the online application for admission as a non-degree seeking student. You can pay the application fee either by credit card when using the online application or by forwarding a check or money order to the Office of Admissions.
Complete Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Registration Form
Students should also complete the Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Registration Form, with required signatures, and upload it to their New Student Center.
Request that your counselor send an official high school transcript to the Office of Admissions.
Submit Test Scores
Have test scores sent to the University of Arkansas (ACT-0144 and SAT-6866).
Accept or Decline
Notify the U of A of your decision to accept or decline admission.
Ready to Apply? Apply Now
The New Student Center manages your application process, including applying for admission, uploading related documents, applying for scholarship opportunities and registering for new student orientation.
Setting Up a New Student Center Account
- Select “First-time users” to create an account to start a new application.
- Enter the requested information. Use a personal email address that you will have access
to at all times, even after graduation.
- Check your email for a message from the Office of Admissions with the subject line
“Account Created - University of Arkansas Undergraduate Admissions,” and follow the
steps listed there. Take note of the PIN included in this message – it is your temporary
password to activate your account.
- Follow the “Activate Account” link in this message to activate your account and establish a password.
Applied Through the Common App?
If you applied using the Common App, set up your New Student Center Account using the same email address associated with your Common App application.
Check Your Application Status
Log in with the email address and password you set up before applying. Your Application Checklist will list the outstanding items for your application. View more check status details.
Common Troubleshooting Tips
Forgot your password or lose your PIN?
Visit the reset password page for returning users. Do not create an account using a separate email address. If you need help, please call 479-575-5346.
If you don’t receive an account set up email with the subject line “University of Arkansas Online Registration,” be sure to check your spam folder. We also recommend adding firstname.lastname@example.org to your email contacts list to avoid important emails being delivered to the wrong folder. If the email isn’t in your spam folder, use the “Forgot Password” feature to receive a new email.
Sign up for our mailing list and we will send you personalized information based on your interests, as well as invitations to special events throughout the year.