University of Arkansas at Little Rock Online

by TBS Staff

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The University of Arkansas at Little Rock, a public research university founded in 1927, enrolls about 12,000 students in a full array of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs. Initially founded as Little Rock Junior College, the institution became a private four-year university in 1950 until merging with the University of Arkansas System in 1969 and becoming public once again. It now offers over 100 undergraduate and over 60 graduate degrees across five colleges and one school.

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Accreditation and Approvals

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).



The University of Arkansas at Little Rock's admission prerequisites and application requirements vary by program.

Freshman applicants must submit ACT/SAT scores and official high school transcripts, as well as proof of two MMR vaccines.

Transfer applicants must submit official transcripts with at least 12 transferable credit hours from another institution.

International students also must submit proof of English language proficiency.

Graduate admissions requirements vary based on program.

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