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University of Arkansas at Little Rock

You can learn just about everything you need to know about enrolling in college at UALR if you tune in to KATV Channel 7 on Tuesday, Jan. 17. 

UALR and KATV will host UALR Day to help inform Arkansans about higher educational opportunities. Five guests from UALR will be on the Good Morning Arkansas show from 9 to 10 a.m. Tuesday to discuss everything from how to get a four-year degree with little or no debt to scholarships and financial aid and special programs for military service members to fully online degrees.

“This is something new for UALR and for KATV,” said Judy Williams, associate vice chancellor of communications for the university. “We thought it would be a great service to Arkansans who want to start college for the first time, return to college to complete a degree, or get a graduate degree or certificate that will enhance their career goals.”

As a metropolitan university, UALR has more than 120 majors and programs offering degrees from associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and certificates. The university last year awarded more than $17 million in scholarships.

Guests on the UALR Day Good Morning Arkansas show will include UALR Chancellor Andrew Rogerson, Student Government Association President Connor Donovan, Military Student Success Director Kathy Oliverio, E-Learning Director Dr. David Montague, and Admissions Director Katie Young.

UALR representatives will staff a call-in program at the station from 5 to 7 p.m. to answer questions about any topic concerning enrolling at UALR, including how to pay for college, scholarships, transferring to UALR, campus living, degree options, and more. The phone number will be 501.324.4357.

If you are unable to watch the Good Morning Arkansas UALR Day live, you can record the show, or watch it online. For more information about UALR programs, visit or