University of Arkansas

The state’s only major research university, and the flagship campus of the higher education system, the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville is a world of its own providing much to see and do.

Enjoy Senior Walk, a pathway with every graduate’s name etched into it. Beginning at the front steps of Old Main, it stretches more than five miles. Take in a play or peruse fine arts hanging on one of the gallery walls. Stay at the Inn at Carnall Hall, and dine at Ella’s Restaurant.

The sports scene at the University of Arkansas can be felt in the air and in your bones on game days. Excitement is breathable as fans gather to “Call the Hogs,” tailgate, and cheer on the Razorbacks in men’s football, basketball, and baseball. Other fun programs to attend include women’s basketball, volleyball, soccer and gymnastics.

Memorable moments in Razorback sports are preserved at the Tommy Boyer Hall of Champions, an exciting interactive exhibit inside Bud Walton Arena where you’ll find displays and videos of the history of Arkansas’ championship basketball, track and baseball programs. The Jerry Jones-Jim Lindsey Hall of Champions located in the Broyles Complex of Razorback Stadium is a state-of-the-art museum narrating the 100-year history of U of A football through displays and videos.

So, whether you’re here to visit a student, attend an athletics event, drama production, academic meeting or something else, enjoy the spirit of this college town.