Move beyond the books. Life beyond the classroom means joining your friends at campus events, volunteering to help others and ending your day with a swim or workout at the gym. Just don't sleep in the next morning. You'll miss class.
THINGS TO DO
Enjoy lectures by some of the biggest names in the world. His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Jane Goodall, Anderson Cooper, and President George H.W. Bush, have all spoken recently on campus through the Distinguished Lecture Series.
From the most popular headliners in music to trendsetters fresh on the scene, we bring the best concerts in the area. And they're free! Headliner Concerts Committee and University Programs showcase hot acts like the Foo Fighters, Kid Cudi, Blake Shelton and Spoon.
Comedy shows, late-night programs, outdoor feature films, art openings and live theater add to the fun and cultural side of our campus.
Don't just attend campus events. Plan them. These committees are made of students just like you. Want to see an awesome event for free? Join up and design your own entertainment.
Try your hand at politics. Enter the strong and student government, split into the three traditional branches of executive, legislative and judicial service.
REGISTERED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
Build campus culture on a grassroots level with more than 380 registered student organizations, from cultural and religious to professional and special interests. Can't find a group for you? Start your own!
If it's all Greek to you, connect with the university's 34 fraternities and sororities, with 6,800 members and a rich history of campus and community involvement.
LIVING ON CAMPUS
Residence halls are your home away from home. The Living and Learning Communities and the Residents Interhall Congress shape that experience and need your input.
Students give their time, their skills and even their sweat to help neighbors near and far. Work in our campus food pantry or help lead relief efforts to communities in need.
A healthy student translates into a successful student. We want to help you make healthy decisions. You’ve got a head start with a tobacco-free campus. Eat well and exercise in our fitness center. Visit a doctor or consult a counselor on campus. Check out these resources.
Pat Walker Health Center
The student health facility on campus boasts a medical center, a women's clinic, immunization and allergy treatment, psychological services and other resources to keep you focused on success.
University Recreation serves the university community by providing a diverse selection of recreational and wellness opportunities that are designed to enhance the quality of life for each participant. UREC operates five facilities on campus.
UREC currently offers over 25 Club Sports. Don’t see a club you’re interested in? You can start one! Learn more about our many Club and Intramural Sports opportunities.
Where To Eat?
Tasty Options on Campus
It's easy to work up an appetite on campus, so we invite you to take a break and enjoy a meal while you're here. No matter what you're in the mood for, our campus eateries offer something that's sure to hit the spot.
- Cabo Mexican Grill
- Paper Lantern
- Rustic Italian
- True Burger
- Where the Wild Greens AR
We have 2 "all you care to eat" dining halls offer everything from home-style favorites to made-to-order sandwiches and burgers. We also have 1021 Food Hall with 9 locations inside that allows guests to take their food to go.
- 1021 Food Hall
- Fulbright Dining at the Northwest Quad
- Pomfret Dining Center
Also at Founders
- Curry Corner
- Eureka Pizza
- FujiSan Sushi
- Slim Chickens
- The Market at 1021
- Where the Wild Greens AR
Cafés and More
- Club Red - campus convenience store in the Arkansas Union
- The Market - located at Bell Engineering Center, Champions Hall, and 1021
- Starbucks – Student Success Center
- Hill Coffee Co. – Willard J. Walker Hall
- Arsaga's - Café at the Leflar Law Center
- Garland Center - Subway
Fine dining featuring nouveau cuisine with a pinch of history in the Historic Inn at Carnall Hall, on the corner of Arkansas Avenue and West Maple Street.