Academic and Other Support Services

 

  • STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER (SSC)

    • Tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, Academic Coaching, and Writing Support
      • Website: https://success.uark.edu/
      • Location:
        • Main Office
          • 640 N. Garland, Suites 107-109
        • Tutoring, Coaching, Writing appts and drop-ins:
          • 3 Stations: Mullins Library, Futrall Hall 158, and Maple Hill East 140
        • Contact: 479-575-7617 or success@uark.edu (Chat also available on website)
        • Office hours: Please contact SSC or visit website

 

  • TRIO STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES (SSS)

    • Federally funded program offering services to students who meet one or more of the following criteria: first-generation college, Federal income-eligible, and/or documented disability. SSS offers academic, financial, career, graduate school, and personal counseling, as well as tutoring, to promote retention and graduation. 
      • Limited number of participants – all students must complete application (available online)
      • Students with disabilities must submit “documentation of disability” form (available online)
      • Website: http://sss.uark.edu
      • Location: 6th Floor West in Union
      • Contact: 479-575-5781 or sss@uark.edu  
      • Office hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm

 

  • PAT WALKER HEALTH CENTER

    • The Pat Walker Health Center provides multi-dimensional health services to the University community through medical services, women's healthcare, counseling and psychological services, and health promotion and education.
      • Website: http://health.uark.edu/
      • Location: 525 N. Garland Ave. (On the corner of Maple and Garland)
      • Contact: 479-575-4451 (for hearing impaired only: 479-575-4124) or pwhc@uark.edu
      • Office hours: Please contact Pat Walker Health Center or visit website

 

  • COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES (CAPS)

    • CAPS provides individual counseling to current University of Arkansas students.

 

  • COLLEGE ACADEMIC ADVISING

    • Go to your UA Connect Student Center (the main page) to find the name and location of your academic advisor. **Remember to schedule an advising appt. early, so that you can schedule your classes during the priority registration period.

 

  • MATH RESOURCE AND TEACHING CENTER (MRTC)

    • Provides tutors, computers and a quiet place to study for all university math students. Math students also may take tests in the MRTC Testing Center
      • Website: http://mrtc.uark.edu/
      • Location: Champions Hall - 3rd level (811 W Dickson St.)
      • Hours:
        • Testing Center: Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:30pm
        • Tutoring Center: Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 7:00pm

 

 

 

  • UA SUCCESS

    • UA Success is a communication tool that connects you to your instructors and advisors, as well as numerous campus resources and services. UA Success is accessible by logging into Blackboard using your university username and password (see website for other methods to access UA Success).

 

  • CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER (CDC)

    • The career center provides many services including career counseling, resume and cover letter reviews, mock job and medical interviews, job search assistance, career fairs, company information sessions, career assessments, Skype interview room reservations, career exploration classes, graduate school counseling, CTR coaching, selecting a major assistance, and LinkedIn profile reviews and photo sessions and more.
      • Website: https://studentaffairs.uark.edu/
      • Location: 6th floor (west side) of the Arkansas Union (607) above the Union Ballroom
      • Contact: 479-575-2805 or career@uark.edu
      • Office hours: Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. Appointments start at 8:30am with the last appointment starting at 3:30pm.

 

  • CENTER FOR MULTICULTURAL AND DIVERSITY EDUCATION

    • A student-centered, multicultural, intersectional spacesupporting student success through a variety of academic workshops, seminars and academic coaching, cultural celebrations, intercultural public events, arts-based community outreach, educational forums, and partnerships that promote diversity education and social justice.

 

  • VETERANS RESOURCE AND INFORMATION CENTER (VRIC)

    • VRIC serves as the central point of contact for prospective or current UA student veterans needing assistance with the admissions process, applying for military educational benefits and scholarships, and referrals to various academic departments around campus. Additionally, they maintain a large network within the community to refer students to organizations specializing in veteran services.