The University of Arkansas is a major public research university in Fayetteville, Arkansas. It's known for its highly rated engineering and architecture programs, as well as its athletic teams.
The school offers bachelor's degrees across 200 majors and minors in eight colleges: College of Education; College of Engineering; Sam M. Walton College of Business; J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences; Fay Jones School of Architecture; Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism; John B. Carnahan School for Agricultural Science & Natural Resources; Honors Program (for high-achieving students).
Since the university is heavily residential, most students live on campus or just off campus in Fayetteville with other families who have children going to UA. Many UA apartments are within walking distance from campus—making it easy to get back and forth between classes!
Fayetteville has a population over 200k people so there are plenty of fun things to do--the options are endless especially since you're close enough that you can head into downtown Little Rock for whatever might interest you if no one else does!
The university has many clubs and organizations that students can be a part of. There are also plenty of events put on by the school itself, including homecoming, spirit week, and other fun things for students to do with their friends! They even have an awesome intramural sports program that allows students to play in organized games against each other (not just pickup games).