Students: Volunteer for University Photo Shoots This Spring

Students are invited to sign up online to participate in university photo shoots for the spring semester.
Russell Cothren

Students are invited to sign up online to participate in university photo shoots for the spring semester.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Students, are you ready for your close-up? University of Arkansas students who wish to volunteer for official university photo and video shoots can sign up through an online form managed by the Office of Annual Giving.

Throughout the year, students are needed for various photo and video shoots to promote giving at the U of A. Examples of these types of projects include All In for Arkansas, the Benefactor publication and other marketing materials for Campaign Arkansas, the university's $1.25 billion capital campaign to advance academic opportunity.

Student volunteers will be contacted by the Office of Annual Giving or University Relations for scheduling and wardrobe direction. Visit to sign up today.


Jennifer Holland, director of development communications
University Relations


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