Questions? You can contact any of the UA Little Rock Benton Campus staff at email@example.com or 501.916.3003.
Financial Aid / Cashier
I work in the Financial Aid/Bursar’s Office and my job is to assist you with information concerning Financial Aid and to help you with all of your payment needs.
The best investment that you could ever make is in your education. There are many resources to help you with that investment. Let us help you with that journey. I can help you with many aspects of the financial aid process from getting you started with FAFSA to sending paperwork to the Little Rock campus.
To get started, check out the Financial Aid web page at https://ualr.edu/financialaid. Contact me for any of your financial aid questions.
My name is Angela and I am relatively new to the UA Little Rock Benton Campus. I have worked in Higher Education for six years and I am excited to assist you with any advising or student services needs. As a first generation college student myself, I understand the challenges in finishing a degree. However, obtaining an education is one of the best things you can do for yourself and I will help you succeed in that goal. During an advising appointment, you can expect to learn more about the UA Little Rock Benton Campus, discuss your career goals, select courses, and have the opportunity to ask any questions that you have. I look forward to getting to know you and helping you along this amazing journey!
My name is Will Ogden and I am the IT Lab Supervisor for UA Little Rock Benton. I have background in telecommunications technology and management. I was an analyst in the mobile phone industry for over six years, and a wireless communications expert. I have certificates in A+, MCDST, and am MCP certified. I have a customer service background and over a decade in a leadership role. I am here to insure all the Benton Center’s Technology stays up and running.
Services provided by UA Little Rock Benton labs:
- Assist students with the application process.
- Administer Entrance Exams for first-time students and High School Concurrent students.
- Provide students computer access for research, checking their various accounts and e-mail.
- Proctor exams for students doing distance learning or on-line classes.