Primary sources of academic information for students are the Catalog of Studies, the student's academic advisors and teachers, and web sites for the student's program, department, and college. Catalogs are available at the U of A web site, and a listing of college and school advising centers is provided below. Students are encouraged to learn to use their catalogs as a reference for academic policy. Go to the U of A home page site for Academics http://www.uark.edu/academics/index.php to find connections to the List of Schools and Colleges, List of Majors, Registrar's Office (to request a transcript, access the eight-semester degree programs), Schedule of Classes, Catalog of Studies, Academic Support (tutoring and supplemental instruction services), and other special centers, programs, and opportunities.
Information regarding a particular course is usually found in the course syllabus or outline.
Appeals for variances for any University policy or regulation should be directed to the Academic Standards Committee: http://registrar.uark.edu/student-records/academic-standards-committee.php.
The Division of Student Affairs is headed by the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs.