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.

For more information about everything the app can do, visit uark.edu/mobile/. For questions or issues, contact webhelp@uark.edu.

Contacts

John Thomas, director of core communications
University Relations
479-575-7430, jfthomas@uark.edu

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