University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas is a large, residential university with an abundance of academic offerings at the undergraduate and graduate level.
Over 200 academic majors can be found at University of Arkansas. Subjects offered at the undergraduate level include Agriculture, Architectural Studies, Engineering, Horticulture, Marketing, Music, Philosophy, Social Work and Transportation Studies.
Graduate programs include master’s degrees in every thing from Art, Theatre and Creative Writing to Business, Education and Public Administration.
Dozens of research centers make their home at University of Arkansas as well, giving undergraduates and graduate students the opportunity to do research in everything from scientific to cultural to legal areas.
Student life includes access to many intercollegiate athletic teams as well as recreational, social and cultural activities on and off campus.
Admission to University of Arkansas is fairly selective and requires a minimum GPA and minimum scores on standardized tests.
Each graduate program has its own admissions requirements.
Financial aid is available to eligible students to help cover the cost of tuition and housing and may include loans and scholarships for undergraduates and fellowships and assistantships at the graduate level.
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Large Town Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
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