UA Little Rock seeks community input for football, marching band feasibility study

Football feasibility study

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock is entering into the next phase of a feasibility study to assess whether the university should implement a football and marching band program. 

The study, conducted by Conventions, Sports and Leisure (CSL), CarrSports, the Grant Group, and CBRE Heery International, began in December 2017 and is expected to conclude this summer. During the next phase of the feasibility process, UA Little Rock will be seeking feedback from the community via an online survey in regard to the possibility of adding football.

The survey, an important part of the strategic study, will be distributed beginning Tuesday, Feb. 20. Current university and athletics department supporters will receive a link via email to complete the survey, while other community members will be able to access the survey through both the university’s and athletic department’s websites beginning on Feb. 22.

The survey is expected to take between 10-15 minutes to complete and will focus on a variety of topics regarding the impact of a football program on the university, the athletic department, and the community.

For more information about the study, including FAQs, visit the Football Feasibility Study link at

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