Global Campus Temporarily Relocates to Uptown West, Township

The Global Campus staff are now temporarily located in Uptown Campus Building West and Rockhill Studios on East Township Street, while the Global Campus building in downtown Fayetteville undergoes renovation.

Office phone numbers and email addresses for all staff remain the same. All support and production services will continue as usual.

The administrative team and most units are now located on the first and second floors of Uptown West, near the intersection of College Avenue and Millsap Road, at 1001 East Sain St. These units include Instructional Design and Support Services, Self-Paced Online Courses, Credit Studies, Financial Affairs, Communications, Recruitment, IT Services, Data, Compliance and Retention.

The Media Production team, academic technologists and Jessica Shabatura are located at Rockhill Studios at 240 E. Township.

Contacts

Vicki Martin, communications assistant
Global Campus
479-575-6340, mvicki@uark.edu

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