Join us on June 24!
Congratulations on being admitted to UA Little Rock! Celebrate your accomplishment at Admitted Trojan Kick-off, which is your first event as an official Trojan. To welcome you to campus, bring your family along for a BBQ. Meet new people as you play lawn games, enjoy the DJ, and grab snow cones. If you have documents to turn in or questions, you can also stop by offices’ tables for help.
Attend Admitted Trojan Kick-off if you are:
- Admitted to UA Little Rock, and
- Starting classes in Summer 2022 or Fall 2022, and
- Interested in undergraduate programs
What You’ll Do.
Date: Friday, June 24, 2022
Time: 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Location: Donaghey Student Center (View on Google Maps)
3259 S University Ave #3201, Little Rock, AR 72204
Here’s Your Event Guide
Locations & Directions
Getting to Admitted Trojan Kick-off is easy!
- Free parking is available in the Parking Deck, which can be accessed on Taylor Street off of West 32nd Street. (View on Google Maps; W 32nd St, Little Rock, AR 72204)
- Check-in will be located on the first floor of the DSC, and signs will be set up to direct you along the way. (View on Google Maps; 2801 S University Ave, Little Rock, AR 72204)
- Most of the event will be inside. Lawn games, Meet the Greeks, and tours will be outdoors, so be sure to dress for the weather!
Network: Trojan Kick-off
Four students will win a $500 scholarship! The winners will be chosen after the event and notified by text and email.
|There are two ways to enter the drawing:|
|Entry #1: Get five in a row or all four corners in Bingo to enter for a $500 scholarship drawing. Turn in your Bingo card at Check-out.|
|Entry #2: Complete the feedback survey at Check-out.|
|Getting Connected: Joining the Community|
|Challenge a New Friend to a Game.
Lawn games will be set up in the courtyard outside the DSC Trojan Café. Find someone new to challenge to a game!
|Meet the Fraternity & Sorority Councils.
Interested in joining a fraternity or sorority? You can connect with members from:
|Find a Student Organization to Join.
The Student Experience Center staff can help you learn more about joining a club or organization! They also host student events throughout the year for free, like Homecoming.
|Connect with Services that Keep You Healthy.
Get help with your physical and mental well-being by utilizing Health Services and Counseling Services.
|See Your New Home.
Campus Living has exciting on-campus housing for you! You can also take a tour of West Hall and South Hall.
|Connect with Orientation.
Orientation helps you transition to college and gives your family advice to support you along the way. So, make sure you stop by their table to learn more about what to expect during Orientation this summer.
|Make Safe Spaces.
Find advocates for racial equity and make campus a safe space for everyone with the Racial Barriers Committee.
|Find Advocates in Military Student Success.
Military students can find advocates who are able to assist you with any concerns you may have about your student experience. You can socialize, study, and get information about available resources in the Military Student Success Center.
|Enjoy Campus Dining.
Grab some BBQ in the Trojan Café and then head to the SUA Courtyard for a snow cone at the Kona Ice food truck.
|Take Home Your Scholarship Certificate.
If you have been awarded a scholarship and did not get a certificate from us at an awards ceremony, you can stop by the Financial Aid and Scholarships table to take it home!
|Drop by the CLC & Multicultural Center Reception.
New Chancellors Leadership Corps scholars and anyone interested in the Multicultural Center can stop by DSC Ledbetter C to connect with each of these programs.
|Feel Confident About Your Next Steps|
|Take a Campus Tour.
Take a guided tour of campus! You can see which buildings your classes will be in and find the exact room later. Campus tours will be available every 20 minutes starting at 12 p.m., and groups will be limited to 25 people or less.
|Learn About Registering For Classes.
The Office of Records and Registration is available to give you information about registering for your classes. They can tell you more about common errors, updating your personal information, and requesting transcripts.
|Complete Your Admissions File.
Turn in all of your documents needed for your admissions file! Completing this early will let your financial aid and scholarships process to your student bill. Halfway through your first semester, a hold is placed on your account if your admissions file is still incomplete.
|Apply and Accept Your Financial Aid and Scholarships.
If you have questions about applying or receiving financial aid or scholarships, stop by to learn more. Selected for verification? You can also find out how to complete this process!
|See What Your College Offers for Student Support.
Each academic college has a Student Support Center, which is available to help you connect with your advisor, get connected, and find support until graduation. The School of Business and School of Criminal Justice will also have representatives from their departments in case their majors have questions.
|Learn How to Find Your Textbooks.
The Bookstore will be on-hand to tell you about their services!
|Get Tutoring and Library Resources.
Find academic resources and tutoring with the Ottenheimer Library & the Learning Commons.
|Support to Make Your Education Accessible.
Stop by the Disability Resource Center‘s table to check on your accommodations or learn how to get started.
|Get Support With Your Transfer.
Students transferring to UA Little Rock from another college or university have a lot of questions! Get them answered by the Office of Transfer Student Services.
|Find Help with Blackboard.
eLearning and Blackboard Student Support will be available to tell you more about their support services for online classes.
|Need some support?
|Explore Campus On Your Own Until 5 p.m.
After the event ends at 2 p.m., feel free to stick around! The Parking Deck is free until 5 p.m. So, you can find your classrooms, meet with business offices, or just look for your favorite spot!
Event Safety Guidelines
Your safety is a priority to UA Little Rock. Masks are recommended indoors but are not currently required. Please review the guidelines below, so you can safely enjoy the event.
Do Not Attend If You or Your Guests Have:
Fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, or loss of taste or smell, or known exposure to someone with Covid-19 in the past 14 days.
Want to learn more about the University’s safety guidelines? Check out Campus Coronavirus Updates.