Driving Home Online Student Success
I learned about allocating resources, how best to allocate them. I really liked the leadership principles class. I think I work better with people, matching people with the right projects. I feel a lot better about all that than when I started."
University of Arkansas Online programs give you the flexibility to balance family, work and school responsibilities. You do not have to put your life on hold while working toward a better one. Online programs are designed by academic departments on the Fayetteville campus to offer you another path to earning a degree from a top-tier public research university.
Online Students Pay In-State Tuition
Students in an approved online degree program pay in-state tuition, have access to the U of A's support network, and become part of a long-standing community of passionate learners.
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We’ll Help You Get and Stay on Course
The Student Liaison Office is here to help you get enrolled, stay on track, and navigate life as an online student. There is no shame in asking for directions on your road from application to graduation. So, ask away! We are always here to help point you in the right direction.
From Our Online Students and Graduates
The Online Learner
What does it take to be a successful online student at the U of A? What jobs can you pursue with an online degree? What’s special about U of A educators? The Online Learner blog describes the U of A learner experience and introduces the innovative people who shape those experiences.
A first-generation college student, Susan Ferguson didn’t have any role models when it came to education but, early on, as a single mother, Ferguson decided she would further her education to care for herself and her son, now 22. Three ...
Global Campus staff at the University of Arkansas look at students enrolled in online degree programs the way coaches in the competitive world of sports look at their players: they want them to succeed.
Holding the position of chancellor of an Arkansas community college gives Phillip M. Wilson the opportunity to practice ethical leadership. A top-down approach and emphasis on community engagement move him toward the goal of magnifying his impact, he says.
Emma Raines takes being a role model for her daughters very seriously. It’s one of the main reasons, beyond the potential for increased earnings and career advancement, she returned to school after 50.