University of Arkansas
The University of Arkansas is considered one of the top colleges in Arkansas and offers over 200 degree programs on campuses throughout the state. Just about any degree you could want is offered at this school, which has its main campus in Fayetteville. You can apply to the College of Agricultural, Food, and Life Sciences, the Fay Jones School of Architecture, The J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Education and Health Professions, or the university’s law school, among other choices. The award-winning faculty ensures that all courses are taught well and thoroughly. Visit www.uark.edu or call 479-575-2000 to learn more.
Arkansas Tech University
Arkansas Tech University in Russellville is among the top colleges in Arkansas and was founded in 1909 and offers a technical education in a variety of fields, with academic colleges including Applied Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Business, Education, Natural and Health Sciences, Professional Studies and Community Outreach, and a Graduate College. The school has over 400 faculty members offering a low student-to-faculty ratio of 18:1. If you are looking for a small school with state university offerings, consider Arkansas Tech University. Visit www.atu.edu or call 479-968-0389 to learn more.
Arkansas State University
Arkansas State University has 11 colleges and 12 units that give a well-rounded education to over 11,500 students throughout the state. Numerous undergraduate and graduate programs ensure that Arkansas State is the only school a student needs up through a master’s degree. The school also offers over 200 of its classes online, providing flexibility to accommodate student work schedules. The college’s main campus is located in Jonesboro. To learn more about the courses and degree offerings at Arkansas State, visit www.astate.edu or call 870-972-2803.
University of Central Arkansas
The University of Central Arkansas in Conway has several colleges, including the Colleges of Education, Fine Arts and Communication, Liberal Arts, Health and Behavioral Sciences, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and Business. The school has the only Digital Filmmaking Emphasis in the region. Visit www.uca.edu or call 501-450-5000 to learn more about the school’s academic offerings.
Established in 1876, Hendrix College offers a four-year private college experience affiliated with the United Methodist Church. It has a campus in Conway, Arkansas and has 31 undergraduate programs and a master’s of accounting degree. The small student body ensures good student-teacher rations, and 100 percent of students receive some form of financial aid. The combination of a small student body and the ability to receive financial aid makes Hendrix College a nice choice for many Arkansas students. To learn more visit www.hendrix.edu or call 501-329-6811.