University of Arkansas Reviews
College is worthwhile, but requires dedication to get the maximum benefit. I found I always did best when I never skipped class, and took good notes. I wasted a lot of money on un-necessary textbooks.
Beautiful campus, good professors, above-average curricula, Go Hogs!
College was a great experience, but in hindsight I wish I would have had a clearer view of what I wanted to do. As it turns out I won't actually use my degree in the work force and this is something that I hear time and time again from others as well.
A very good university to get your bachelors in. Excellent teachers and clinical instructors; a straight forward approach to learning nursing.
Excellent business school. Prepares you for the future and helps you get there by meeting the right people.
I love this school and the Chemistry Department as a whole is good. However, you need to be absolutely on top of what you need to graduate. I had three separate councilors and one of them was senile. None of them knew what I was actually supposed to be taking and were utterly unhelpful recommending classes. Just do your homework on your degree and be prepared.
The University of Arkansas is an amazing school with a wide selection of majors to choose from. I am a kinesiology major and the University of Arkansas has helped me in many ways with my major. I am currently involved in both the kinesiology club and the physical therapy club and they both provide details about my major and how to obtain a job in the future. There are many programs like this for other majors and the University of Arkansas prepares us for our futures and guides us as we apply for jobs and plan ahead.
I love the Walton College of Business. Everyone there is very helpful and knows exactly what I need to take in order to graduate on time. I have had an awesome experience in the classroom too. The professors are very knowledgeable and willing to help students whenever they may need it.
I believe that the University of Arkansas has provided me with many great opportunities to study abroad and also to become involved on campus through on clubs and organizations. I have been slightly disappointed by the quality of instructors though.
University of Arkansas is overall a wonderful institution. I have found much success not only within the education, but community involvement, and financial assistance. I decided to apply for Arkansas after hearing about their in-state tuition scholarship which grants for them to pay 80-90% of in-state tuiton for having a certain gpa and ACT which are both manageable. After finishing my freshman year I decided to apply for more scholarships and the University granted me a scholarship within the school of education and hosted a very nice banquet to congratulate the students that received scholarships. I feel like the professors and staff overall want the very best for you not only as a student, but as an individual. I would never wish to experience the best four years of my life anywhere else.