Access Everything You Need on Campus With UARKMobile
UARKmobile — the official app for the U of A – gives students, faculty and staff quick access to a whole suite of information, from academics to housing to finding a place to eat.
UARKMobile provides quick access to campus information such as class schedules, alerts, campus maps, news, weather, real-time bus tracking and even campus dining options.
Users can also access a wide variety of campus resources from the app, including University Libraries, advising, Razorback Athletics, IT Help, HogSync and more.
Workday, Outlook, UAConnect and Blackboard are all accessible from the app.
Some functions such as Transit Buses, Parking and Campus Dining require installation of third-party apps.
UARKMobile can be downloaded from the App store for iPhone or Google Play for Android.
Susan Schneider and Erin Parker, experts from the School of Law, will attend the 2022 White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition and Health in Washington, D.C.
Kátia Fernandes, a climate scientist and an assistant professor of geosciences, discuss the climate and weather drivers of the July heat wave with the Arkansas PBS podcast series The Growing Season.
If you provided personal information or entered your login information on a malicious site due to phishing attacks, change your UARK and other account passwords immediately.
A new paper from a U of A math instructor argues that life on Earth is evidence that abiogenesis on Earth-like planets is relatively easy, countering the “Carter argument” conclusion.
Finland's emergence as a global leader in forest management and wood exports can serve as a roadmap for Arkansas, which is similar in its reliance on the forestry, timber and wood products industries.