Razorbacks has been home to distinguished leaders including a former president, besides outstanding research success. Discover the University of Arkansas with this essential information.
Northwest Arkansas offers some of the best areas to live in the country. The area is filled with forests, mountains and lakes, and traversing through the area are scenic rivers and streams. The city also offers a rich culture and art scene. The Crystal Bridges Museum for American Art in the city has a collection of art that spans the better parts of the past five centuries. A short walk from the campus is Dickson Street which features a vibrant entertainment scene.
Various visit programs are provided to offer you a feel for the campus. A typical weekday tour will consist of a session with the admissions counselor and afterwards an hour-long walking campus tour. Alongside this there is a residence hall tour available that takes an hour. All these tours take place at different times between 8.30 AM and 4 PM. Group visits are also available for up to 95 individuals.
From the Interstate 49 N, you will take the Exit 64. On the Wedington Drive Exit, turn right and then drive east. After 1.5 miles, turn right on the Garland Avenue. On Cleveland Street, on your right is the entrance to the parking lot.