There's no better way to learn about the University of Arkansas than to visit our campus. We want to make your campus visit a perfect fit for you, so please register in advance, and we will make all the necessary arrangements, connecting you with the right people and the right information. In preparation for your visit you can look up lodging options in the area, and explore a map of campus.
Schedule may vary depending on resource availability.
|Admissions Counselor (30 min)||8:30 a.m.||10:30 a.m.||12:30 p.m.||2:30 p.m.|
|Walking Tour of Campus (1 hr)||9 a.m.||11 a.m.||1 p.m.||3 p.m.|
|College Representative||Varies by college|
|Residence Hall Tour (1 hr) ||11 a.m.||1 p.m.||3 p.m.||4 p.m.|
|Hotz Honors Hall Tour (1 hr)||11 a.m.|
|HPER Tour (1 hr)||1 p.m.|
|Admissions Counselor (30 min)||As available|
|Walking Tour of Campus & Residence Hall Tour (90 min) ||As available|
|We do apologize, but we are unable to set up appointments for departmental visits for our Saturday tours, as departmental representatives are only in their offices Monday through Friday.|
Residence Hall Tour
 The Residence Hall Tour will show rooms in Maple Hill East and Futrall. For information on other residence halls, see Housing's Campus Communities.
We offer group visits for schools and organizations (limit of 95 students per group) Monday through Thursday. Space is limited and based on availability. If you would like to schedule a group tour, please contact the Office of Admissions at 479-575-6240 or email us at email@example.com.
The Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, named after former U.S. Senator and Arkansas Governor Dale Bumpers, offers a hands-on, career-focused education in the areas of agriculture and food industries, family and quality of life, and environment and sustainability. We invite you to visit our website, bumperscollege.uark.edu, to explore majors, career opportunities, and more.
During your visit, you will meet with a representative from your department or with Michelle Pribbernow, the Coordinator of Undergraduate Recruitment. These meetings typically last 30-45 minutes and include application materials and information specific to your prospective program of study. When possible, your visit will also include a tour of the facilities related to your major interest.
The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, named after renowned American architect and designer, E. Fay Jones, offers a quality, design-centered education in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design. We invite you to visit our website, fayjones.uark.edu
During your visit you will have the opportunity to learn about the requirements of a design education and ask questions while meeting with the department head or a faculty member (when available). You will also have the chance to tour our award-winning facility with a student ambassador. The college visit usually requires one hour.
During the month of June, the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences will not be available to meet with prospective students due to New Student Orientation.
The Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, named after former University President and United States Senator J. William Fulbright, offers premier programs in the liberal arts at the University of Arkansas. Consisting of 19 academic departments, the Fulbright College offers degrees in the fine arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences.
The Fulbright College session will introduce you to Fulbright degrees, majors and Career Communities to help you explore the numerous opportunities available to students in the college. Fulbright offers exceptional undergraduate preparation for a range of graduate and professional fields, including medicine, dentistry, law, and pharmacy. The Fulbright College session is approximately 30-45 minutes.
We encourage you to explore our college website to learn more about the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences before your visit to campus.
The Sam M. Walton College of Business is ranked in the top 30 public undergraduate business schools in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. Walton offers majors in accounting, economics, finance, information systems, management, marketing, retail, and supply chain management and allows incoming students to explore all aspects of business before declaring a specific major. Our proximity to approximately 325 of the Fortune 500 companies, as well as nearly 4,000 individual business offices, gives students the chance to take advantage of hands-on business experiences and networking, both inside and outside the classroom.
Students who indicate an interest in meeting with a representative of Walton College of Business will attend a small group meeting with Walton's Associate Director for Undergraduate Recruitment or a member of the Walton advising staff. In these small group sessions, you will learn about the Walton curriculum, hands-on learning opportunities, internships, career placement, study abroad options, and more. You will also meet a current Walton Student Ambassador and have a chance to tour our business facilities. Although these sessions are geared toward students with an interest in majoring in business, we welcome any student who is considering taking business classes as part of a major, a minor, or even simply electives. Visits to Walton College of Business last approximately one hour.
From May 14 through June 29, the College of Education and Health Professions will be unavailable to meet with prospective students due to New Student Orientation and building construction.
The College of Education and Health Professions is the second largest academic college at the University of Arkansas, and focuses on preparing students to help others through a variety of majors, including Elementary Education, Kinesiology, Nursing, Communication Disorders, and Recreation and Sport Management. All 11 of our majors allow students to prepare for professional life through hands-on experience in the communities surrounding campus.
During your visit you will meet with Liz Lee, Recruitment Coordinator for the College of Education and Health Professions. You will also have the chance to meet with Student Ambassadors majoring in one of the college's programs. The meetings typically last 45 minutes and include materials and information specific to your prospective program of study.
On Mondays and Fridays, prospective nursing students have the opportunity to meet at the Epley Center for Health Professions to tour the simulation labs, meet with current nursing students, and explore the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing in depth.
The College of Engineering is the largest engineering program in the state of Arkansas, offering undergraduate degrees in biological, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, industrial, and mechanical engineering, as well as computer science. During your visit, you will learn more about the opportunities and resources in the College of Engineering. You will meet one-on-one with an Engineering Student Ambassador to gain a student perspective and tour our outstanding facilities. Appointments with college faculty and administrators are also available on request (when available).
The College of Engineering wants to make sure that you have all the necessary information to make an informed decision about your future degree, and we are committed to helping you prepare for your tomorrow. Your visit is the first step.
Please indicate your engineering area of interest and that you would like to meet with engineering on the tour request form. Most engineering appointments occur after the University of Arkansas campus tour and are approximately one hour.
Covering all academic majors at the University of Arkansas, the Honors College is a close-knit community of high-achieving students who engage in a number of enriching activities, including innovative honors coursework, study abroad opportunities across the world, undergraduate research with honors faculty members, and service-learning experiences. To learn more, we encourage you to visit the Honors College website.
During a campus visit, interested students have the option of meeting with an Honors College representative in Gearhart Hall, the home of the Honors College. These meetings cover the many opportunities for students in the Honors College and typically last 30-45 minutes. High school students who are interested in living in a freshman honors community also have the option of touring Hotz Honors Hall. Our Hotz tours are available most weekdays at 11 am.
For more information or to schedule a visit, please review Graduate School Campus Visit Registration.
To discuss a campus visit, please contact the International Education office:
340 N. Campus Drive
Gearhart Hall 213
1 University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701