Congratulations on your decision to transfer to UA Little Rock. The key to a smooth transition is organization. Use this step-by-step checklist to stay organized as you bridge the gap from your previous school to UA Little Rock. Make note of all deadlines and contact our office if you have any questions.
Visit campus (optional)
Explore UA Little Rock campus by scheduling a tour with the Office of Admissions.
Apply for admission
Fill out the Application for Undergraduate Admission online and submit the $40 non-refundable fee. (Note: this fee is waived for military students)
Submit required documents to the Office of Admissions
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Transferring in less than 12 hours
Transferring in 12 or more hours
Currently attending another institution and planning to transfer a UA Little Rock course back to that institution
Apply for financial aid
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) (Note: UA Little Rock’s code is 001101)
- Review financial aid deadlines
- Apply for Scholarships with ScholarshipUniverse
- Explore other financial aid resources, like transfer and private scholarships, state scholarships, grants, loans, federal work-study, and veterans benefits
Apply for housing
Visit the Campus Living website to apply for housing and view housing rates.
Watch for important dates and deadlines
- Admissions dates and application deadlines
- Financial aid deadlines
- Payment deadlines
- Academic calendar
Sign up for transfer orientation dates online.
Take placement tests
Students seeking placement in math, reading, and composition core courses can call the Office of Testing Services at 501-916-3198 to schedule Compass Placement tests.
All degree-seeking undergraduate students are required to be academically advised each semester prior to registering for classes. To find your advisor click here.
Log in to Single Sign-On (SSO)
Use your NetID (your UA Little Rock email address) to login to the single sign-on (SSO) for email, Blackboard, and BOSS.
Register for classes
Log into BOSS and navigate to Student Services > Registration to check your registration status, add or drop classes, and display your class schedule.
Make payment arrangements
Log into BOSS to view your financial aid awards (if applicable) and review your “Acknowledgement of Financial Responsibility.” To avoid deletion of your classes, payment arrangements must be made by the deadlines listed on the Bursar’s Office website.
Get your campus I.D. card
Once registered for classes, have your campus I.D. card made at the Campus Card Office, located on the lower level of the Donaghey Student Center (DSC) near the information desk. Photo I.D. is required.
Get a parking permit
Go to Public Safety in University Plaza. If you plan to live on campus, your permit will be provided when you move in.
Take your schedule to the campus bookstore in the lower level of the DSC or order online on the bookstore website.