Schedule a Visit
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.
On-Campus Visit Information
Visits include an information session with an Admissions Counselor and a tour. Information sessions last 30 minutes and campus tours last approximately one hour.
Optional Additional Appointments
Campus visits also offer additional appointments with individual departments, and college tours when they are available.
If you, or someone in your party, require accommodations while visiting, we will make every effort to provide appropriate accommodations. Please let us know your needs as soon as possible, and we will be happy to help.
We offer group visits for schools and organizations (limit of 75 students per group) Tuesday through Thursday, except during the month of March. 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.
Schedule a Visit
Due to the limited size of tours, we encourage you to register for your preferred date at least three business days prior to your arrival. Unfortunately, we cannot accept walk-ins.
Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences
The Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences, offers a hands-on, career-focused education in the areas of agriculture and food industries, family and quality of life, and environment and sustainability. During your visit, you will meet with a representative from your department or with the college's 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.Visit the AFLS website
Sam M. Walton College of Business
The Sam M. Walton College of Business offers majors in accounting, economics, entrepreneurship & innovation, finance, information systems, management, marketing, retail and supply chain management. Students will meet with a member of the Walton Recruitment Team and learn about the Walton curriculum, hands-on learning opportunities, internships, career placement, study abroad options, and more. You will also meet a Student Ambassador and tour our business facilities. Visits last approximately one hour.Visit the WCOB website
College of Engineering
The College of Engineering offers undergraduate degrees in biological, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, industrial, and mechanical engineering, as well as computer and data science. During your visit, 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). 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.Visit the ENGR website
Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design
The Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design offers an immersive design school experience in the fields of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Architecture and Design. During your visit, you will have the opportunity to tour our award-winning Vol Walker Hall with a staff member or student ambassador, and learn about the requirements of a design school education.Visit the FJAD website
Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences
The Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences offers academic programs in Fine Arts, Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences. The Fulbright College offers group presentations that typically last 45 minutes. The initial part of the presentation familiarizes guests with the college as a whole, then open up to discussion based on students’ specific interests and how they connect with the college at large. This session is also ideal for pre-professional students aspiring to pursue medical school, law school and the like.Visit the ARSC website
College of Education and Health Professions
The College of Education and Health Professions is the home of the caring professions at the University of Arkansas. Students pursue fulfilling careers in nursing, teaching, counseling, athletic training, exercise science, speech-language pathology, and many others. All students receive hands-on experience that is relevant to their major. The College offers 45-minute group presentations. Students interested in nursing are invited to sign up for a tour of our Eleanor Mann School of Nursing’s simulation lab in the Epley Center for Health Professions (Fridays only). A department tour will be added to the student’s agenda when scheduling a campus visit above.Visit the COEHP website
College Visit Information (Updated 2/1/2024)Unfortunately, the Fay Jones School of Architecture is unavailable to meet with prospective students on Mondays.
The Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences will be unavailable to meet with prospective students on Tuesdays.
The College of Education and Health Professions and School of Nursing are unavailable to meet with prospective students on Wednesdays.
We apologize for any inconvenience. We encourage you to follow the links listed above to visit the websites for these colleges for more information about your degree interest.
Visiting the Honors College
The Honors College brings together high-achieving undergraduate students with the university’s top professors to share transformative learning experiences.
On a campus visit, interested students have the option of learning more about the honors student experience during a presentation in Gearhart Hall, the home of the Honors College. These meetings typically last 30-45 minutes.
Ready Razorback – Junior Preview Day – Saturday, April 27, 2024
During the spring semester, the University of Arkansas 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
Registration will be available March 27, 2024
Razorbug Selfie Tour
Picture yourself as a Razorback and come take a selfie with the #Razorbug. Admissions
counselors will also be available to answer any questions about admissions or scholarships.
More information to come
Razorback 101 – Summer Preview Series
During this summer preview event for rising seniors, 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.
More information will be available closer to Summer 2024
Razorback Connections - Fall 2024
Razorback Connections is your chance to visit with representatives from the University
of Arkansas and learn more about the admissions process, housing, student life, scholarships,
financial aid, and other opportunities available at the U of A. Several events will
be offered throughout Arkansas this fall.
More information will be available closer to Fall 2024
Razorback Reveal – Senior Preview Day – Fall 2024
During the fall semester, the University of Arkansas 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.
More information will be available closer to Fall 2024
Parking on Campus
Parking is available adjacent to the UofA Bookstore in the Garland Avenue Parking Garage, located a short walk from Silas H. Hunt Hall. Please note that parking on campus is carefully controlled. To avoid possible tickets, please carefully read our parking meter instructions below. Parking fees are $1.90 per hour. You can also monitor your parking on campus with the free Flowbird App, see directions below.
Park in Garland Ave. Parking Garage1055 W. Cleveland St, Fayetteville, AR 72701
Use Meters or Flowbird Parking AppSee section below for step by step instructions on how to use both.
Follow the sidewalk to Silas Hunt HallFollow the map shown here.
Flowbird Parking App
- Download the Flowbird app to your phone and follow the instructions to set up your parking account.
- Add vehicle information. Enter or confirm your License Plate number with no spaces or hyphens. Include all characters even the stacked letters.
- Allow location services when prompted.
- Select an icon for the garage/area you are parking and tap the “Park Here” pink button.
- Choose Duration
- Confirm Payment
- Press start to begin.
- Press 1 for Pay by Plate Parking
- Press 1 to pay with card.
- Enter your license plate number
- Insert payment and follow prompt.
Parking fees are $1.90 per hour.
Current Student Ambassadors
University of Arkansas Student Ambassadors come from all over the country and represent a wide variety of majors.
Student Ambassador Program Coordinator
Student Ambassador President
Vice-President of Recruitment
Vice-President of Social Engagement