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Qualifying senior citizens may attend classes and earn degrees tuition free! Please visit the Senior Citizens Admissions page.
In addition to the above:
Within two weeks of submitting your application, the Office of Graduate and International Admissions will send you an email outlining how to activate your Student Center to monitor what items, if any, are still needed to complete the application process. This email will also contain your University of Arkansas ID number. Response times will vary depending upon the volume of applications and time of year. If you haven't heard from us in this time frame, you are welcome to contact us at email@example.com.
When your file is complete, you will be notified. If you meet Graduate School admission requirements and are seeking a degree, your file will be forwarded to the academic program for their admission decision. You are strongly encouraged to contact the department regarding any additional application requirements, application deadlines, or information they may have for you.
A social security number (SSN) is required for administering student financial aid and for reporting to the IRS compensation due to UA employment; failure to provide the SSN may delay consideration for financial aid. The IRS also requires the University to provide SSN’s along with other student information to verify tax credit eligibility. In addition, the SSN is used to match applicant records (such as grades and test scores) and to help track student and alumni records, although it is not mandated for such purposes. SSNs are maintained confidentially and used only for official business by the UA and affiliated entities and contractors, including for debt collection. Admitted students are issued a University i.d. number, which serves as the student’s primary identifier and which is different from the SSN.
For questions or comments, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-866-234-3957. In Arkansas, call 479-575-4401.
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Fayetteville, AR 72701