|Are you planning to attend an Arkansas college?
Then, you have come to the right place! We have
carefully reviewed each of 4-year colleges and
universities in the state of Arkansas and the following
are the top-ranked public and private programs listed in
alphabetical order. You can keep reading to see best AR colleges. Please note that
you will be directed to a different website.
Our public and private universities are competitive with
any in America. But it's what our state offers outside
of the classroom that can be just as important.
Arkansans have made an impact on not only our nation,
but our world. Arkansas is the home of President Bill
Clinton and U.S. Sen. J. William Fulbright, creator of
the Fulbright Scholarships. It's where Sam and Bud
Walton opened one Wal-Mart department store in 1962 and
became the richest family in America.
Arkansas is a Southern state not far from the nation's
mid-section. Our nickname is 'The Natural State', and
for good reason. We have 50 state parks, two mountain
ranges, 600,000 acres of lakes and more than 9,000 miles
of fishable rivers and streams. Arkansas offers
residents and visitors ample opportunity to get away
from it all and experience nature's beauty. But the best
things about Arkansas are Arkansans themselves. They are
some of the nicest people in the world.
I hate to think of students visiting our country by
stopping off in a few big cities and famous sites, then
returning home to tell people they had 'experienced
America'. America isn't found in the concrete of its
skyscrapers or the flashing lights of its tourist
attractions. It's found in the everyday lives of
'average' citizens who live in towns all over our state.
Arkansas is America. It's where a boy was born to a
single mother of modest means and grew up to become
president of the United States. We have symphonies and
country music. We have limousines and pickup trucks, and
everything in between. We have flat farmlands and
rolling hills, big cities and towns so small you leave
them almost as soon as you enter.
We have people of diverse backgrounds and ancestries who
somehow come together to share in the promise of
America. I hope you'll consider studying in Arkansas.
And when you do, I hope you won't spend all your time in
the classroom. Discovering what our people and our
culture share with your - and how they differ - would be
the best education of all.
Below we list all universities in the state of Arkansas. You can visit
AllCityPopulation for colleges in Arkansas by city.
Location: 1621 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive, Little
Rock, AR 72202
Tuition: $8,040 (2014)
Total Enrollment: 525
Slogan: "Educate, Enhance, Enrich: e3"
Location: 2105 E. Aggie Road, Jonesboro, AR 72401
Tuition: $10,100 (2015)
Acceptance Rate: 70% (2015)
Total Enrollment: 21,976
Location: Administration Bldg 200; 1509 N Boulder Ave,
Russellville, AR 72801
Tuition: $6,192 (2015)
Acceptance Rate: 89% (2015)
Total Enrollment: 12,054
Location: 1501 College Avenue, Conway, AR 72034
Tuition: $15,000 (2016)
Acceptance Rate: 47% (2015)
Total Enrollment: 881
Slogan: "Community of Mission"
Location: 915 E. Market Ave., Searcy, AR 72143
Tuition: $18,635 (2016)
Acceptance Rate: 94% (2015)
Total Enrollment: 5,904
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