The University of Arkansas offers a vibrant campus life that is culturally, intellectually and socially enriching. On our campus, you’ll find 380 registered student organizations, from special interests to professional groups, as well as 33 Greek organizations, making it easy and rewarding to get involved. Every semester offers opportunities to attend musical performances, theater productions, art exhibits, concerts, free films, poetry readings, visiting speakers and hundreds of other events.
Registered student organizations (RSOs) provide students the opportunity to develop organizations based on shared interests. Students are able to create, govern, budget and plan their own organizations and events. Current RSOs can be academic, religious, Greek, professional or grounded in special interests. And if you don’t find one you like, you can even start your own.
Arts and Culture
From art galleries and symphonies to film series and rock concerts, the University of Arkansas has a multitude of events and facilities to supplement your educational experience.
Center for Community Engagement
The Center for Community Engagement offers service programs for students, student groups, faculty, and staff. Programs include food programs, mentorship, and several volunteer opportunities through the Volunteer Action Center.
The Multicultural Center exists to enhance the University of Arkansas academic experience by preparing students for life in a diverse society.
Calendar of Events
Campus events, from conferences to concerts, are listed in this calendar that can be searched and customized to your personal interests.
Resources for students who live on campus in the residential halls.
Social organizations that facilitate academic, cultural, moral and social development of students at the university.
- Intercollegiate Athletics - Find schedules for athletic events, plus order photographs online and purchase tickets to your favorite Razorback event .
- University Recreation - Based at the Health, Physical Education and Recreation building, this program provides competitive sports and recreational opportunities that encourage a healthy lifestyle for the college student and the university community.
Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
ROTC prepares students for careers in the armed forces. Participants take ROTC courses as part of their class hours, and upon graduation enter the service as commissioned officers. The ROTC programs at the University of Arkansas are Air Force and Army.