Graphic Version
  • Fulbright College is the largest college. It is 1/3 of the student population.
  • The college was named after Senator J. William Fulbright
  • There are 7,700 plus undergraduate students and 19 academic departments
  • Fulbright students comprise nearly half of the universities total study abroad participation, with 700 plus students traveling to over 400 countries.
  • Minority students comprise more than 23 percent of the college's current student body.
  • 55.89 percent of students are women.
  • The faculty is made up of 22 percent minority members.
  • 39.48 percent of faculty are women.
  • 41% of all U of A Honors College students are in Fulbright College.
  • Fulbright has a 70 percent acceptance rate for medical school applicants, typically 90 percent or more of honors students.
  • Fulbright College home states:
    • Arkansas: 55.25%
    • Kansas: 1.9%
    • Missouri: 4.77%
    • Oklahoma: 3.36%
    • Tennessee: 1.22%
    • Texas: 13.4%
    • Other states: 20.1%
  • Faculty by the Numbers:
    • As an example of our size, Fulbright College's four largest departments (Mathematical Sciences, World Languages, Literatures & Cultures, English and History) combined are larger than the second largest college (College of Education & Health Professions) in it's entirety.
    • There are over 500 Fulbright College faculty members.

Fulbright College alumni by state as of 2014:

 
  • Alabama: 236
  • Alaska: 34
  • Arizona: 223
  • Arkansas: 19,914
  • California: 995
  • Colorado: 476
  • Connecticut: 72
  • Delaware: 24
  • Florida: 674
  • Georgia: 503
  • Hawaii: 47
  • Iowa: 95
  • Idaho: 72
  • Illinois: 466
  • Indiana: 172
  • Kansas: 366
  • Kentucky: 193
  • Louisiana: 464
  • Massachusetts: 161
  • Maryland: 260
  • Maine: 41
  • Michigan: 140
  • Minnesota: 125
  • Missouri: 1,225
  • Mississippi: 224
 
  • Montana: 45
  • North Carolina: 490
  • North Dakota: 18
  • Nebraska: 79
  • New Hampshire: 32
  • New Jersey: 127
  • New Mexico: 149
  • Nevada: 113
  • New York: 401
  • Ohio: 210
  • Oklahoma: 1,354
  • Oregon: 161
  • Pennsylvania: 219
  • Rhode Island: 23
  • South Carolina: 171
  • South Dakota: 19
  • Tennessee: 802
  • Texas: 3,610
  • Utah: 74
  • Virginia: 543
  • Vermont: 15
  • Washington: 247
  • Wisconsin: 127
  • West Virginia: 47
  • Wyoming: 30
400 plus alumni living outside of the United States.