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About University of Arkansas
The Fine Arts Center was designed by Fayetteville native Edward Durell Stone, who also designed Radio City Music Hall and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. The buildings are indicative of Stone's idiosyncratic modern style which included patterns of ornament.
The east end of the University of Arkansas campus is adjacent to Dickson Street, which is one of the premier entertainment districts in the state. To the south of the university is Fayetteville High School, which contains nationally recognized academics and athletics programs.
From the South:
Take I-40 to I-540 N. (Exit 12). From I-540 N., take the Wedington Dr. exit (Exit 64). Turn right on Wedington, drive east for 1.5 miles and turn right on Garland Ave. Turn left at Cleveland Street. Entrance to the garage will be on your right.
From the North:
Take I-540 S. to Fayetteville. From I-540, take the Hwy 112 exit (Exit 66). Turn right on Hwy 112 and travel south for 2 miles and turn left on Cleveland Street. Entrance to the garage will be on your right.
Directions from Airport:
From XNA to Fayetteville: Turn east (left at airport exit) and go to Cave Springs. From Cave Springs, continue traveling east six miles on Hwy 264 to I-540. See directions from the North.
FRESHMEN RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT
The University of Arkansas recognizes the benefits students receive from living on campus their first year. Therefore, all single freshmen under twenty-one (21) years of age are required to live on campus in a residence hall, or in their parent or legal guardian's permanent home. Students who are admitted to the University of Arkansas as a transfer student from another post-secondary institution, and who have completed at least 24 credit hours at that institution are not required to live on campus.
NEW FRESHMEN HOUSING ASSIGNMENT PRIORITY
New freshmen will be given priority with regard to campus housing due to the fact that their developmental level and familiarity with the campus puts them at greater risk of not succeeding academically if they are not housed on campus.
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