The University of Arkansas is updating its COVID-19 Campus Guidance to align with recently updated guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control. Masks and social distancing will become optional for fully vaccinated individuals effective Monday, May 24. Masks and social distancing will continue to be required for unvaccinated individuals at this time.
More details on campus visit policies below.
If you're in the Fayetteville area and want to get a feel for campus but can't schedule a visit, download our self-guided tour map, which points out important locations on campus. Remember your masks if you're not vaccinated.
The safety of our tour guests and the U of A community is our top priority. We will continue to seek guidance from health officials and follow local, state and national guidelines and make adjustments to tour schedules based on the information available.
All campus visits will only include an information session with an Admissions Counselor and a campus tour. Information sessions last 30 minutes and Campus tours last approximately one hour.
Campus visits on and after June 14th will offer additional appointments with individual departments and residence hall tours.
- At this time, we are asking for our prospective students to only bring two guests per prospective student to their visit. Our tour capacity is limited at this time.
- We also expect all unvaccinated guests to wear a mask while on campus. You may wear your own, or we will provide masks when you arrive on campus. Per updated CDC guidelines, fully vaccinated guests are not required to wear masks.
- Unfortunately, at this time we will not be hosting groups on campus.
Due to the limited size of tours, we encourage you to register for your on-campus tour as early as possible and ask you to please schedule at least three business days prior to your arrival. Unfortunately, we will NOT accept walk-ins.
The University of Arkansas is dedicated to providing equal access to our guests. If you, or someone in your party, require disability-related accommodations while attending our campus visit program we will make every reasonable effort to provide appropriate accommodations and resources during your visit. Please let us know your needs as soon as possible. Advance notice provides the greatest opportunity to ensure effective accommodations are provided to meet the needs of our guests.
If you're in the Fayetteville area and want to get a feel for campus but can't schedule a visit, download our self-guided tour map, which points out important locations on campus. Remember to wear masks if you're not vaccinated!
Campus Visit Staff
Kristen Davidson is the Tour Coordinator and the advisor for the Student Ambassador program. She is from Fayetteville, Arkansas, and she is currently working on her undergraduate degree from the University of Arkansas.