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University of Arkansas, Little Rock

Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
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About University of Arkansas, Little Rock

The University of Arkansas, Little Rock is a four-year, coeducational, public research university located in Little Rock, Arkansas. It was established in 1927. Currently, the university has 10,374 undergraduate students with an additional 2,694 graduate students. In 1938, the university began a peanut butter factory. The University of Arkansas, Little Rock is also home to the only Children International site in the country; seventeen departments participate in the program, which provides 3,000 school-aged children with healthcare supplies as well as educational opportunities and materials. University of Arkansas, Little Rock competes in Division I-AAA athletics and the school mascot is the Trojan.

Campus information

The UALR Department of Public Safety (DPS) strives to create an environment where the campus community can feel safe to learn, work, live, and visit. We are a law enforcement agency dedicated to providing a full range of police services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Basic facilities such as dining service, bookstore, health services and more

Located in the heart of the city and anchored by the UALR campus, the University District community includes the homes, workplaces, and schools for thousands of families, workers, business-owners, teachers and students.

The University District is composed of several attractive traditional urban neighborhoods with significant housing for first time homeowners to emptynesters. It is also home to the metropolitan region’s only major university, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR), which is critical to the economic growth and job development in the area.

The UALR physical presence in the District serves as an anchor, a stabilizing resource for improving the area and rebuilding a healthy, vibrant urban community. By upgrading existing facilities where feasible and stimulating new development, the UDP envisions the area becoming, over time, a desirable destination and key to the economic vitality of Little Rock.


Courses available 10

Accounting & Finance 1 Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Business, Management 3 Engineering 1 Health and Medicine 2 Humanities & Social Sciences 1 Mass Communication & Media 1


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