Online Admissions

Steps to be admitted to the BAIS – Online Program at UA Little Rock

1. Complete the application for admission.

The most important step is to complete the Online Application for Admission.
The application fee is $40 and will be required before the admissions application can be processed.

2. Order official copies of transcripts from all previous colleges that you attended to be sent to the following address:

Office of Admissions and Financial Aid
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
2801 South University Ave.
Little Rock, AR 72204-1099

You cannot send or deliver transcripts yourself. Write or stop by the registrar or student records offices of your previous colleges to authorize them to send official copies directly to UALR. In order to be admitted to UALR under regular status and to take classes for more than one semester, your transcripts will have to be received by UALR Admissions and Financial Aid no later then the end of the first semester in which you are enrolled.

3. After you have submitted your online application for processing, we will contact you by email.

You will receive a letter from UALR Admissions and Financial Aid containing web addresses to check admission status, schedule of classes, financial aid, and registration.

4. You must authorize us to do advising via email and to send documents to you when necessary via email.

To do so, print this form, provide the information and signatures requested, and mail the form to the following address:

College of Arts, Letters, and Sciences
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
2801 South University Ave.
Little Rock, AR 72204-1099

Or fax the form to 501-569-8775.

How to Declare BAIS as Your Major

Fill out this form when you are ready to declare or change your major to the BAIS Online program. You can select the 3 concentrations you are interested. An adviser will contact you with any outstanding issues.

NOTE: The Interdisciplinary Studies Online-Only program does not require that you choose a minor.

BAIS Online Advising Contact Information

Sarah Haughenbury
Office: Fine Arts 210