UA Little Rock Online Explained

Main Campus

Students at UA Little Rock have the option to take courses in the following manner:

  • Face-to-face
  • Online
  • Hybrid (face-to-face and online)

Main Campus students pay regular tuition and fees and have full access to both academic and non-academic resources on campus. They may enroll in any course section except online sections starting with “9U.”

UA Little Rock Online/eLearning Campus

Students who are in the UA Little Rock Online campus have the option to take courses in the following manner:

  • Online only

UA Little Rock Online/eLearning Campus students are declared in one of the approved fully online programs that make up UA Little Rock Online. They pay reduced standard rate tuition and have full access to academic resources only (such as the Ottenheimer Library, Blackboard Support, Writing Center, etc.) They cannot be required to come to the UA Little Rock campus, but they may visit if they wish to take advantage of academic services and office hours in person. They must enroll in online course sections starting with “9U.”

Students must abide by degree plan requirements. Only the academic coordinator/advisor of the online program is authorized to switch a student from one campus to the other. Students can only change campuses once in a calendar year.

Visit UA Little Rock Online or call 501-916-3005 to learn more about available programs.

Frequently Asked Questions About UA Little Rock Online

Do I qualify for the reduced rate if I take online classes?

Is it safe for me to assume if I take most or all of my classes online, that I qualify for the UA Little Rock Online reduced standard rate?

The reduced standard rate applies to fully online programs offered through the Online Campus, not individual online courses. Students must be declared in a UA Little Rock Online program to qualify for this reduced rate. Students who take online courses via the Main Campus will be assessed regular tuition and fees, plus a distance education technology fee.

How do I change my campus?

How do I switch to the Online Campus? Can I switch back to the Main Campus at any time?

Only the program coordinator, advisor, or authorized personnel within the academic department can request a campus change and declare the student’s degree program in BOSS. Students must email their request to change campuses and/or majors to their advisor for this change to occur. The policy of the Office of eLearning is that a student may switch their campus only once within a calendar year.

Are UA Little Rock Online students allowed to visit the main campus?

Once I am a UA Little Rock Online student, can I still come to the main campus if I want to? Will I be required to come to campus?

Students participating in UA Little Rock Online take all their coursework online, and there is no requirement to come to the physical campus for any reason for most programs (please check individual program requirements for any exceptions). However, online students are welcome to visit our physical campus if they want to meet with professors, advisors, or classmates; utilize on-campus academic services; or participate in their commencement ceremony. UA Little Rock Online students do not have access to non-academic services on campus, such as the Donaghey Fitness Center, Health Services, or Counseling Services. (Please note: Counseling Services will still provide external resources for students seeking help.)

What is a 9U section?

What is the difference between a “9U” section and other online sections? How do I register for a 9U section?

A “9U” section is an online course reserved exclusively for students declared in a UA Little Rock Online program. There is no other difference between 9U sections and other online course sections in terms of the content or delivery. In fact, once classes begin, 9U sections are typically combined with other online sections. Students may register for 9U sections once they’ve been declared in a UA Little Rock Online program by their advisor.

What programs are available through UA Little Rock Online?

Online programs are constantly in development, so new programs are being added every year.

For more information, review our frequently asked questions page about being a successful online student.