University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Who We Are UALR is a metropolitan university on the move, a dynamic learning institution where students find unique learning and internship opportunities provided through one-of-a-kind connections to the state’s thriving capital city.
With more than 100 programs of study, UALR has an academic program to suit your interests – and an equal number of social and service organizations as well. UALR is:
A public, metropolitan university with 13,000-plus full and part-time students. Six colleges and the Bowen School of Law that include more than 100 programs of study. Small classes with a 14 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio. Part of the University of Arkansas System since 1969. Students come from all over Arkansas, 43 other states, and 62 foreign countries. The tree-lined campus has 40 buildings on 150 acres – and is still growing! Specialized facilities include a learning resource center, art galleries, radio station, television station, Cyber Café, wireless network, and speech and hearing clinic. The library contains 400,000 volumes, 700,000 microform items, 8,300 audiovisual forms and CDs, subscribes to 2,625 periodicals, and its computerized services include card catalog, interlibrary loan, and database searching.