Razorback 101 – Summer Preview Series
During these summer preview events, faculty, staff, and current students share information and personal stories about the many opportunities available at the University of Arkansas. You will hear about study abroad options, special classes, undergraduate research, housing, scholarships, and more.
The Razorback 101 dates for 2019 will be July 19, July 22, July 26, and July 29.
Registration for Razorback 101 will be available Wednesday, June 5.
Transfer Preview Day Fall 2019
Students who attend this event will see the beautiful University of Arkansas campus, hear from current transfer students, and learn about specific housing, scholarship, and financial aid opportunities.
Check back this summer for more details.
Join us for Campus Day! During this event, you’ll have the opportunity to join more than 200 9th & 10th grade Latino students from area high schools as you learn more about the educational opportunities the University of Arkansas has to offer. Campus Day is your chance to interact with current UA student leaders, faculty, and staff, as well as tour campus and enjoy lunch at the Northwest Quad Dining Hall.
Campus day is hosted by the Office of Latino Academic Advancement, the Office of Admissions, and the Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education.
Registration for the next Campus Day will be available soon.
Razorback 101 for Transfers
At Razorback 101 for Transfers, you'll have the chance to hear from faculty, staff, and current students who will share information and personal stories about the many opportunities available at the University of Arkansas. You will learn about study abroad options, special classes, undergraduate research, housing, scholarships, and much more.
Please check back this spring for information on the 2019 session.
Razorback Reveal – Senior Preview Day Fall 2019
During the fall semester, the University of Arkansas cordially invites high school seniors to attend our open house for future Razorbacks. Faculty, staff, and current students will share information and personal stories about the many opportunities available at the University of Arkansas. You will also have the chance to tour campus and meet with representatives from the college of your choice. This will be a great time to learn more about exciting programs and research projects happening at the U of A.
Check back this summer for information on Razorback Reveal 2019
Ready Razorback – Junior Preview Day Spring 2020
During the spring semester, the University of Arkansas cordially invites high school juniors to attend our open house for future Razorbacks. Ready Razorback will allow you to meet current students and faculty, tour the campus, have lunch on campus, and learn about financial aid, scholarships, and campus housing. Space will be limited, so register early.
Razorback Diversity Impact Spring 2020
Razorback Diversity Impact is a free, one-day student event designed specifically
for high school sophomores and juniors from diverse or underrepresented communities.
During Razorback Diversity Impact, high school students will have the opportunity
to explore the University of Arkansas and speak with faculty, meet current students,
and learn more about scholarships and financial aid. The day will also include lunch
and a tour of campus.
The main goal of Razorback Diversity Impact is for students to learn more about all the educational opportunities waiting for them at the University of Arkansas and explore the various resources available to help them be successful in college and their careers. Come see firsthand why there has never been a better time to be a Razorback!
Check back next spring for information on Razorback Diversity Impact 2020.
Headed to the Hill Spring 2020 - Multiple Dates
Please join us for Headed to the Hill as the University of Arkansas prepares to welcome you to campus in the fall. Headed to the Hill is specifically designed to help new admitted students from across Arkansas connect with admission representatives, learn more about enrolling as a new student at the U of A, and meet other future members of the Razorback community.
Check back next spring for registration details.
Arkansas & You 2020, Multiple Dates
Join us as the University of Arkansas prepares to welcome you to campus in the fall. Arkansas & You events are specifically designed to help out-of-state new admitted students connect with representatives, learn more about how to enroll, and meet other future members of the Razorback community.
Razorback Diversity Connections 2020, Multiple Dates
Razorback Diversity Connections is an opportunity for 9th-11th grade students in and around the state to connect with offices and departments from the University of Arkansas. Students will have the opportunity to learn more about admissions, housing, summer programs/camps and student life in Fayetteville.
Please join us for Razorback Connections as the University of Arkansas brings its open house to communities around the state. Connect with representatives of the Razorback family to learn more about admissions, housing, student life, scholarships & financial aid, study abroad options, undergraduate research, housing, and much more. Light refreshments will be served.
Honors College Convocation Fall 2019
Honors College Convocation is a great way to learn more about the Honors College at the University of Arkansas — you'll meet Honors College students and faculty, hear firsthand about student research and study abroad, and get the latest information on how to assemble a strong application for fellowships and scholarships.
Details about the 2019 event will be available in summer.
Art Portfolio Day Fall 2019
Bring your portfolios for individual critiques with our faculty and graduate students. Mingle with our faculty and students while checking out our campus and art facilities. Learn more about study abroad options, undergraduate research, housing, scholarships and special classes. The Art Department has more than 400 majors in the area of Art History, Ceramics, Drawing, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture and Visual Design.
Discovery Day Spring 2019
This event is designed for rising high school seniors and juniors to learn more about the Honors College and the University of Arkansas campus. Students will have the opportunity to meet with Honors College staff and faculty, along with a chance to learn about study abroad opportunities through the Honors College.
Taste of Bumpers: Agricultural, Food & Life Sciences Preview Day Fall 2019
High school and prospective transfer students are encouraged to join current students and faculty for lunch and to explore our open house events. This is a great opportunity to preview the programs available within the college, learn about research projects, get scholarship information and more!
Theatre Career Day
High schoool students and guests are invited to Theatre Career Day, an opportunity to explore the excitement and challenges of an education in theatre. Tour Department of Theatre facilities, participate in workshops, and attend a free performance.
Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design Design Camp
Do you enjoy drawing and design? Making things? Problem solving? Are you interested in environmental issues? Do you like to create or invent new things? Design Camp offers the chance to learn about the design professions through hands-on projects, tours, presentations and discussions led by architecture, landscape architecture and interior design faculty of the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design. Students will have the opportunity to work closely with faculty and collaborate with peers in a fun and creative studio environment while they walk with you through the design process. Supplies and lunch will be provided. Please inquire about available need-based scholarships.
Native American Impact
Native American Impact is a one day event that takes place in November in conjunction with the University of Arkansas' Native American Symposium. The event allows Native American students who would not otherwise be able to visit campus the opportunity to explore the academic opportunities at the University of Arkansas and to introduce the students to the Native American community on our campus.