On Campus Resources

International Admissions Office (IAO)


The International Admissions Office serves prospective students who are not U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents at the time of application. The International Admissions Office also assists with the evaluation of credentials for academic work awarded outside the U.S.

Office of International Students and Scholars (ISS)


International Students and Scholars serves international students, scholars and their family members at the university, to enhance the global awareness of the University of Arkansas community. We also provide a variety of programs designed to help students, scholars and their family members learn more about U. S. life and culture while enriching the community's understanding and appreciation of the many countries and cultures which our students represent.

Spring International Language Center (SILC)


Spring International Language Center is an intensive English language program that prepares international students for U.S. universities, including English language mastery, research skills, academic writing, and cultural orientation. SILC also offers professional training for teachers of English as a foreign language. The program has 6 levels of courses from elementary to advanced and an expert ESL faculty, some with more than 20 years of experience. Graduation from this program allows admission to the University of Arkansas without a TOEFL score. SILC also offers special short courses on request and has an excellent homestay program.

Graduation Links

Center for Students with Disabilities


Working in partnership with faculty and staff, this office facilitates accommodations for students with disabilities in academic and non-academic endeavors. Programs and services include equal access to classroom activity by providing an assistive technology lab and adaptive devices.

Enhanced Learning Center


This center offers tutoring; peer assisted study groups; academic, financial aid and personal counseling; as well as consulting sessions on time management, test taking and study skills to all students.

University Housing


Living on campus allows you to step into your new role as a college student at the UofA with new confidence, knowing you do not have to be concerned about where you are going to live and how you are going to manage your meals. The halls provide comfort and security as you begin to make a home for yourself in our campus community.

Office of Multicultural Student Services


Housed within the Multicultural Center in the Arkansas Student Union, this office provides intellectual and cultural enrichment, programs, services and facilities. The center strives to create an environment that recognizes and respects cultural differences and facilities learning and appreciation.

Off Campus Connections (OCC)


Serving both the current and prospective students, offering support, information and referrals to campus and community resources including housing, financial aid, childcare facilities and study skills.

Intramural/Recreation Sports & Outdoor Connection Center


The department of university recreation serves the university community by providing a diverse selection of recreational opportunities and facilities, which are designed to enhance the quality of life of each participant. The department of university recreation performs a vital role in the recruitment and retention of students, faculty, and staff.

University Newswire


Office of Student Activities


This office is the gateway to an array of student activities, organizations and leadership opportunities that will help you take your education beyond the classroom.

Quality Writing Center


The center provides free consulting on writing projects from short stories to scientific abstracts. The staff can help you focus the topic of your project, develop an effective approach and organize ideas.

University Libraries


The University's main library and its four branches house over 1.6 million volumes. With comfortable reading rooms, quiet study nooks and a general access computer lab, you will find the resources and refuge you need for your studies.

University Health Center


The University Health Center provides professional and comprehensive medical care, mental health care, health education and health promotion for the University community.

Computer Access


With hundreds of computers and locations across campus, labs help you tackle homework assignments, review class notes on-line, check your email and access the World Wide Web. Providing 24 hour access, the labs are open to all students.

Transportation System


The Transit Department operates eight buses on five routes for UA students living on and off campus. The bus routes serve most apartment complexes and major shopping centers, as well as the UA campus. Air access to Fayetteville is conveniently available via the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA).