University of Arkansas Museum

The University Museum staff develop and maintain extensive collections of objects in the fields of archeology, ethnography, geology, history, and zoology. The collections are available for exhibition, research, education, and loan. 

Our collections are housed at the University of Arkansas Collections Facility, which is located at the University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station in Fayetteville.  It is an administrative unit of the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and seeks to serve the campus, the community, and research scholars.

University faculty may request loans of specimens for their classes, or arrange to bring their classes to the University Collections Facility for a visit. Specimens and their associated documentation are available for comparative and research purposes by faculty, qualified students, and visiting scholars. We also fulfill our public service and outreach mission through community engagement programs and loans to other institutions for exhibits.

Visiting the collections requires an appointment with museum staff. To learn more about the museum and relevant policies, visit our website here.

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