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University of Arkansas

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  • SIZE> 12,000 students

  • AGEMature

  • STATUS Private

  • RESEARCH High

  • FOCUS Comprehensive

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The north tower of Old Main shines like a beacon from the hilltop campus in Fayetteville. The University of Arkansas, the flagship campus of the University of Arkansas System, was founded in 1871 on Ozark Mountain land described as "second to none in the state of Arkansas," looking out toward the historic Fayetteville square and the wooded hills north and south of town. The university is both the major land-grant university in Arkansas and the state university. It came into being as a result of the Morrill Land-Grant College Act of 1862. Federal land sales provided funds to establish new colleges devoted to agriculture and the mechanic arts, scientific and classical studies, and military tactics for the "liberal and practical education of the industrial classes." Today, the University of Arkansas continues emerging as a nationally competitive, student-centered research university serving Arkansas and the world.
701+
2014
701+
2015
701+
2016
101-150
2014
151-200
2015
151-200
2016
101-150
2017
  • 52.1
    Academic Reputation
  • 85.3
    Citations per Paper
  • 57
    Employer Reputation
  • 70.3
    H-index Citations
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Number of academic faculty staff

In total
1,211
International
59

Number of students

24,295
Postgraduate 14%
Undergraduate 86%

Number of international students

1,353
Postgraduate 38%
Undergraduate 62%
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