Quick Facts

Name: University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Founded: 1927

Location: Little Rock, Arkansas

Previous Names:

Little Rock Junior College (1927 to 1957)

Little Rock University (1957 to 1969)

University of Arkansas at Little Rock (1969-Present)

School Colors: Maroon and Silver

Mascot: Trojan

Campus:

250 total campus acreage

77 campus buildings and facilities

2,764,368 square feet maintained

Number of Alumni: 180,081

Fall 2013 Enrollment: 12,377

Arkansas – 11,451

Out of State – 416

International – 510

Total Budget: $169,404,808

Student to Faculty Ratio: 14 to 1

Full-time Faculty: 471

Academic Programs:

140 programs of study

10 doctoral programs

48 master’s programs

24 graduate certificates

2 professional degrees

54 baccalaureate degrees

4 undergraduate certificate programs

Degrees Awarded: 2,381 (2012-2013)

Fall 2013 Average ACT score for incoming full-time freshmen: 22.2 (Arkansas Average: 20.3)

Employees:

Total: 1,852

Full-time: 1,465

Part-time: 387

Athletics:

Division I, Sun Belt Conference

6 women’s sports: Soccer, Volleyball, Golf, Basketball, Track/Cross Country, Swimming/Diving

4 men’s sports (Baseball, Golf, Basketball, Track/Cross Country)

Student Ethnicity:

White

7,159

African American

2,782

Asian

307

Hispanic/Latino

707

Native American

33

Two or More Races

779

Non-resident immigrant

498

Unknown

108

Estimated Average Cost (per semester):

Undergraduate In-State Out-of-State
Average Tuition and Fees (15 hours per semester) $ 3,800 $   8,197
Graduate In-State Out-of-State
Average Tuition and Fees (9 hours per semester) $ 2,616 $   5,919