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Chancellor, Campus Leaders Discuss Fall Preparations, Actions on Racial Climate
Chancellor Joe Steinmetz and Vice Chancellor Yvette Murphy-Erby gave updates about the return to campus and efforts to be more inclusive.
Campus Dining Is Back
Chartwells at UARK will begin opening dining facilities until fully opening the first day of class, Aug. 24. The Union Food Court and the Brough, Fulbright and Pomfret dining halls open this week.
Move-in 2020 Starts This Week
More than 5,700 students will arrive on campus during Move-in 2020 this week. The process starts as soon as Tuesday, but the bulk of students will move in between Thursday and Saturday.
Volunteers Needed: Welcome On-Campus Students During Move-In 2020
Instead of helping students move belongings to their rooms, volunteers will help with tasks such as providing directional assistance, disinfecting equipment and operating elevators.
Stadium Drive Reopens as Major Equipment Updates are Finished
Stadium Drive is reopening after steam line replacements closed the street throughout summer.
University Housing Highlights Faculty in Residence Program Participants
The Faculty in Residence program is a University Housing initiative that encourages interaction between residents and faculty members in a hall setting.
Stadium Drive to Close as Steam Line Replacement Begins
A section of Stadium Drive will be closed beginning on Monday, May 11, as work to replace a portion of the campus steam line begins.
Become a Part of the University Housing Adopt A Prof Program
University Housing seeks faculty willing to be a part of the Adopt A Prof program. Participants will be partnered with residence hall staff to engage with students living in a residential community.
Students to Receive Room and Board Credit; No Increase to Tuition and Fees
U of A students will receive a credit for lost room and board costs affected by COVID-19, and tuition costs will not rise this fall.
COVID-19 Case Confirmed Within U of A Community; Health Center Updates
A student who does not live in university-managed housing became the U of A's first confirmed case of COVID-19. Meanwhile, the Pat Walker Health Center is shifting some of its operations.