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:

283 total campus acreage, counting the main campus and baseball field, the Benton Center, and the William H. Bowen School of Law

77 campus buildings and facilities

2,764,368 square feet maintained

Number of Alumni: 180,081

Fall 2014 Enrollment: 11,681

Total Budget: $168,139,644

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

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

Men’s sports: Baseball, Golf, Basketball, Track/Cross Country

Student Ethnicity (2013-2014):

White

58%

African American

22%

Asian

2%

Hispanic/Latino

6%

Native American

1%

Two or More Races

6%

Non-resident immigrant

4%

Unknown

1%

Estimated Average Cost 2014-2015 (per semester):

Undergraduate In-State Out-of-State
Average Tuition and Fees (15 hours per semester) $ 3,954 $   8,625
Graduate In-State Out-of-State
Average Tuition and Fees (9 hours per semester) $ 2,700 $   6,210