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COVID-19 Update: All Summer Sessions Shifting Online Through Summer II
The shift to online summer sessions at the University of Arkansas has been extended to courses through Summer II, which ends Aug. 3.
Tip of the Day: Tutoring Support
Tutoring and academic support are still available for students through the CLASS+ online options.
Fifteen Bumpers College Students Earn Senior Scholar Designation
Seven students are First-Ranked Senior Scholars, signifying a 4.0 GPA with all coursework completed at the U of A, and eight are Senior Scholars, students with the highest GPA.
Support Available to Help Faculty Provide Accommodations for Students
The Center for Educational Access wishes to remind faculty of ways they can accommodate students with additional needs as remote classes continue.
COVID-19 Update: Out-of-State Travel, Summer Sessions and Summer Camps
The suspension on all university-sponsored out of-state travel will be extended, summer camps are canceled and some summer sessions will be taught remotely.
COVID-19 Update: First Employee Tests Positive; Grading Policy Amended
The first U of A employee has tested positive for COVID-19. Meahnwile, the university approved new options for students on spring grades.
Members of English Department Attend 2020 National Humanities Alliance Meeting
Members of the Department of English in Fulbright College, through the support of the Arkansas Humanities Center, attended the 2020 Annual Meeting of the National Humanities Alliance.
Libraries Offer Access to Online Resources 24/7
The campus may be closed, but your University of Arkansas Libraries are still here for you during these uncertain times.
Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center Launches Online Blackboard Community for Faculty
The Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center went live with its Blackboard-based online faculty community on Monday, March 30, with nearly 200 faculty participating.
Wally Cordes Teaching and Faculty Support Center Announces Live Online Events
The Teaching and Faculty Support Center will host two live, online events during the week of March 30, one with advice on how to move online and the other with practical help for online courses.