More than 5,500 students “call #UARKHome.” For them, life on campus means literally living on campus.
University Housing offers 20 residential communities across campus in a variety of architecture styles - traditional, semi-suite and suite style.
Freshmen are required to live on campus. Ask any student about their early college life, and you’re bound to hear a story about that “one time” in Pomfret or Maple Hill or “The Quad.”
Residence halls are more than just a place to rest your head for the night. Campus partnerships and a commitment to designing spaces that promote community mean University Housing offers some unexpected points of interest.
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1. Opportunities to Volunteer. Walton Hall houses the Jane B. Gearhart Full Circle Food Pantry. The studentled pantry provides food to those who need a meal. And volunteers are always welcome.
2. Academic Engagement. Classes are held daily in Pomfret Hall and the Maple Hill complex. This includes an advising center in Maple Hill East through a partnership with Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences. The Center for Learning and Student Success provides academic support such as tutoring and writing assistance. The center maintains outreach space in Gregson and Futrall halls.
3. A Delicious Experience. Chartwells student interns worked closely with the campus dietitian to develop a fresh and healthy made-to-order salad concept that uses greens grown locally in the campus Freight Farm.
4. International Invitations. Holcombe Hall is the most international residence hall on campus. Nearly 40 percent of its 144 students are from another country. That’s why the International Students and Scholars Office makes its home on the first floor. Stop by and say hello in any language you wish.
5. Home Theater. Hotz and Futrall Halls come fully equipped with their own movie theaters. Residents love a movie night in the plush seats.
Volunteers at the Jane B. Gearhart Full Circle Food Pantry, located in Walton Hall.
A healthy meal is served in Founder’s Hall at Where the Wild Greens AR. The concept was founded by students and includes greens grown hydroponically in the campus Freight Farm.
Pictured top: Along with formal computer labs, the university offers plenty of social nooks where students can collaborate on projects. Wi-Fi is available in all major buildings and most open areas of the campus.