Welcome to the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas. An education in Fulbright College will take you wherever you want to go and encourage you to consider a host of places, and a range of opportunities, that you have not yet imagined.
We look forward to meeting you and discussing whether this is the best choice for you and your educational goals. Should you have any questions concerning your future in Fulbright College, please contact the Fulbright College Advising Center. We are committed to helping you achieve the education that we believe you deserve.
Please explore this site, and learn about the essence of Fulbright’s vision of peace through education.
FIND THE RIGHT PATH
By becoming part of Fulbright College you join more than 8,000 students who are currently working across many disciplines that include the fine arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences. Together we can help you lay the groundwork for a meaningful and productive education.
Fulbright College gives you a staggering variety of options for majors, minors, area studies, research interests, and interdisciplinary work. This seeming infinite number of choices can be overwhelming, but we can help you discover your interests and lay the groundwork for a meaningful and productive education.Majors & Programs
BLAZE YOUR OWN TRAIL
Our students are forging engaging pathways between the traditional disciplines, and we are implementing the curricula to help you tailor your education and career in innovative ways.
Study a dozen different languages, while working with faculty on research projects that range from recording the oral histories of Tibetans living in exile in India to studying rare fungi in the rain forests of Thailand.
Students are encouraged to combine interests, disciplines, and research methods to synthesize courses of study that will best meet their academic and career aspirations.Combined & Second Majors
Fulbright College undergraduate students have opportunities to partner with faculty members to conduct research while still working on their degrees. Many projects involve collaboration with students and faculty in other departments or other colleges.
Research centers throughout the College can engage students’ interests in the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, or fine arts – and in many cases, a combination of disciplines.Research at the U of A