Overall Niche Grade
- Party SceneC+
- Campus FoodB+
- Student LifeC+
University of Arkansas at Little Rock Rankings
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High School GPA
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Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.67 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.68 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.68 responses
Most Popular Majors
- Liberal Arts and Humanities193Graduates
- Business Administration and Management115Graduates
- Criminal Justice and Safety Studies98Graduates
- Public Health75Graduates
- Early Childhood Education50Graduates
- Management Sciences and Information Systems44Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
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Freshmen Live On-Campus
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- of students say that Greek life is average, and no one will treat you differently if you don't join.66 responses
- of students say varsity sports are a big part of campus life.83 responses
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After University of Arkansas at Little Rock
- Very Good249
Houses are cheap/affordable and spacious for students in the neighborhood surrounding UALR, but there are a couple problems. The first being SAFETY! Students are frequently robbed, mugged, beaten, and generally hassled throughout the semester when they walk around the outskirts or even on campus. All you have to do is open the campus newspaper to read about the most recent assault on a student or professor. That aside, the neighborhood is historic and beautiful (especially in the Fall, hence it's name Oak Forest) but students are discouraged from living off campus because the area feels unsafe. Also, UALR instituted a new rule a couple years ago that all incoming Freshman must live on campus in new dorms that they recently built. Students are not allowed to park in the surrounding neighborhood either, which creates an insular atmosphere that discourages interaction with the community. In terms of cost and convenience, off-campus living at UALR could be really nice and affordable for students. BUT.. safety if a concern.
- Recent Alumnus
- Sep 9 2014
This year will be my second year and I am so ready to go back ! I met many new people whether they were in my classes, dormitory, or just walking on campus . My first year I finished all my basics and now I'm just taking classes for the program I would like to get in to. Which is Speech-Language Pathology and hopefully next year I could get admitted. I chose this school because it wasn't far away from home and I heard good things about it . Although we don' have a football team but all the other sports . People still make it worthwhile. Especially at the basketball games . On game days they give out free T-Shirts. As well as free food at the games if you are a student . College is really what you make of it .As long as you are involved then you would never be bored . But education does come first . I cannot wait for my Sophomore year! I am a proud Trojan!
- College Sophomore
- 5 months ago
As a Freshman living on campus, you get the most recent built residence, that offers tons of activities and games everyday in the building that you stay in! Not to mention there is a restaurant that accepts your meal plan about 100 feet away from the dorms and stays open till 10 pm for dinner. Living on campus you get "rooms", no concrete walls like a prison or older residence halls the walls are dry-walled and painted. You and your roommate can change the thermostat and control the air in your room. There is plenty of space in the dorm to have company and have a small foldable table to go underneath your bed. The beds are not bunk beds and there's three people to a bathroom with multiple bathrooms on each floor. There is also a study room where you can hook up your laptop to a projector and sit in office chairs at a long table free to use. Overall a great place to be when you are a freshman.
- College Freshman
- Mar 17 2015