Will my course number transfer to the University of Arkansas?
If you do not see the course in which you are planning to enroll, you should consult with your academic advisor to ensure the course will transfer to the University of Arkansas. Courses that are transferred with the course number ending in two T’s, i.e. 199TT, will transfer as a University Core Requirement in that subject area.
Where can I find out more about the University of Arkansas acts?
Find out more at the Arkansas Course Transfer System website. Questions regarding ACTS may be directed to an academic advisor or the Office of the Registrar. The chart below provides the University of Arkansas course equivalents for each of the ACTS courses offered on campus.
Which Anth courses are transferable between Arkansas public institutions?
ANTH 1023 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ACTS Equivalency = ANTH 2013). Both this chart and the information in the course description are designed to assist students in identifying UA courses which are guaranteed to transfer between Arkansas public institutions.
How do I Activate my University of Arkansas Online registration?
Check the email account you entered for a message from the Office of Admissions with the subject line “University of Arkansas Online Registration,” and follow the steps listed there. Take note of the PIN included in this message – it is your temporary password to activate your account. See a screenshot of a sample message.
What is the minimum core in Arkansas?
The State Minimum Core (SMC): Act 98 of 1989 requires each institution of higher learning in Arkansas to identify a minimum core of general education courses that shall be fully transferable between state-supported institutions.
What is a transfer degree in Arkansas?
The transfer degree contains the curriculum that is approved by the Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The four-year public institution of higher education is to admit a transfer student to junior status in a baccalaureate degree program at the four-year public institution of higher education. A four-year public institution of higher …
What is ACTS in Arkansas?
The Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS) is a postsecondary education resource service coordinated by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education (ADHE) that provides comparable course information to facilitate student transfer within Arkansas public colleges and universities . The ACTS database contains faculty-generated comparable course information for a number of courses offered at public institutions in Arkansas. Comparable courses within ACTS are guaranteed to transfer for full credit to any Arkansas public institution. Course transferability is not guaranteed for courses listed in ACTS as “No Comparable Course.” Find out more at the Arkansas Course Transfer System website. Questions regarding ACTS may be directed to an academic adviser or the Office of the Registrar.
What is a discipline specific course?
A discipline-specific course that is required by the transfer student’s baccalaureate degree program and the student has not completed a course at the two-year public institution of higher education that is comparable to the discipline-specific course at the four-year public institution of higher education in the Arkansas Course Transfer System;
Does transfer credit count toward degree requirements at University of Arkansas?
Credits found to be eligible for general transfer may not count toward the minimum requirements for every degree at the University of Arkansas. The second step in the evaluation, performed by the academic dean’s office or department responsible for the program of study, determines which hours evaluated will satisfy degree program requirements.
Do you need an additional lower division for a four year college?
The receiving four-year public institution of higher education may only require the additional lower division course if the additional lower division course is: A prerequisite for courses in the transfer student’s baccalaureate degree program;
Does a four year college require additional lower division coursework?
A four-year public institution of higher education receiving a transfer student shall not require additional lower division coursework if the additional course is considered a general education lower division course.
How to contact Uark transfer?
If you have questions about the transfer process, we are here to help. You can contact the Transfer Central team at firstname.lastname@example.org or (479) 575-5346.
What to do if you lost your pin on Uark?
If you lose your PIN, navigate to navigate to admissions.uark.edu/status and use the “Forgot Password” feature to receive a new PIN.
What is the minimum GPA required to be admitted to college?
Applicants with a 2.0 cumulative GPA on all college coursework will be automatically admitted. Students who do not meet this requirement may apply and be reviewed by the Admissions and Appellate Board.
What is the minimum score for the ACT?
Minimum score of 20 on ACT (or equivalent SAT score – see our Concordance Table )
Does University of Arkansas offer transfer scholarships?
The University of Arkansas proudly offers transfer student scholarships each fall and spring semester to entering transfer students. Eligible students must have completed or be in the process of completing at least 24 or more transferable hours of college-level work from a regionally accredited institution of higher education other than the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. For more information, visit the Office of Academic Scholarships transfer page .
Does the University of Arkansas have a committee review?
Students who do not meet our regular admissions requirements are encouraged to apply and will be reviewed for possible admission by the University of Arkansas’ Admissions and Appellate Board. You will receive mailed notification informing you of this committee review, and there is no further action you will need to take to facilitate the process.