The University has numerous academic and support services for students. Some of these resources include:
- UA Little Rock Student Success homepage
- Trojan Food Pantry
- Career Closet
- Disability Resource Center
- Health Services
- Counseling Services
- Military Student Success Center
- and more! You can find a complete list of academic resources here, including campus labs and tutoring centers.
The Dean of Students can help you with issues related to student rights and responsibilities. You can email the Dean of Students and view additional helpful information and resources on the Dean’s website.
Below are resources geared towards success in the classroom.
Request for Student Support
You can request student support from the UA Little Rock Care Team. A member from the Care Team (typically a staff member in your College) will make contact with you within 48-72 hours, usually sooner. The Care Team member is a resource who can help you navigate UA Little Rock, assist with academic support strategies, conflict resolution, connect you to campus and community resources, help you navigate financial resources, and assistance in crisis situations.
Transportation to Campus – Rock Region METRO
UA Little Rock students and employees may ride the bus for free, using the Trojans U-Pass. Go to the I.D. Card Office – room 114 on the lower level of the Donaghey Student Center, to pick up your Trojans U-Pass. The Trojans U-Pass is a sticker that goes on your UA Little Rock ID card. Each semester, riders will need to get an updated sticker. A sticker issued in January will be good through the summer semester. Riders will need to get a new sticker for the fall semester. For more information visit: ualr.edu/communications/rock-region/
Trojans with Children
If you have children, there are many on campus and community resources to help you pursue your educational goals. The College of Education and Health Professions maintains a list here: ualr.edu/chasse/trojans-with-children/
Printing on Campus
Ottenheimer Library offers printing, copying and scanning services to students in the first-floor computer lab. Students receive a $10 credit each semester. Some fees apply beyond a certain number of prints. You can find out more at their website under the FAQ: ualr.edu/library/.
Some departments maintain computer labs which provide printing services to students pursuing majors in their department. Talk with your faculty member to find out more.
Experiencing stress? Need to talk to someone? Counseling services support psychological health and well-being, another key to student success. To make an appointment, call 501-916-3185.
Counseling is confidential. To learn more, visit their web site: ualr.edu/counseling/
Communication Skills Center
The Communication Skills Center helps campus and online students in the various stages of preparing a presentation. We help take the panic out of public speaking! Services include public speaking anxiety management, brainstorming, research, content organization, PowerPoint/Prezi design and integration, and providing presenters with helpful rehearsal feedback. Visit the Communication Skills Center page to schedule an in-person or online meeting or request support via email.
Math Assistance Center
No charge, no appointment required. If you need help in a class that requires math skills, go to MAC in ETAS room 409. They cater to College Algebra students and above and PreCore mathematics. They also also tutor Physics and Statistics: https://ualr.edu/mathematics/mathematics-assistance-center/
The University Writing Center (UWC) helps clients with their writing at any stage of the writing process. They can provide quality feedback about your writing, problem-solving strategies for your writing, and assistance with academic technology. They provide both face-to-face and virtual writing consultations by appointment: ualr.edu/writingcenter/.
If you need tutoring assistance in biology or chemistry, academic assistance is available from the departments. For chemistry, visit room 450 in the Science Lab Building (SCLB). For hours, visit the Chemistry Tutoring page. For biology, visit room 350 in the Science Lab Building (SCLB). Hours are posted at the start of each semester.
Blackboard Student Support
Blackboard is course management software used by many instructors at UA Little Rock to deliver content for classes. For assistance with Blackboard, please visit ualr.edu/blackboard. The Communication Skill Center at Ottenheimer Library also provides short workshops on Navigating Blackboard Courses.