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The Senior Honor Citation award, established in 1965 honors the top undergraduate senior man and woman. Andrew Cole received this award in 1988 and his son, Austin Cole followed in his footsteps receiving the award in 2014. Andrew and Austin Cole are the only father and son to both receive [...]

The Legacy Lives on with Father and Son


Our Executive Director and Associate Vice Chancellor, Brandy Cox, captured the spirit of becoming a graduate in two insightful sentences: ‘We are students for a brief time. We are ALUMNI forever.’ This resonates strongly with every effort the Arkansas Alumni Association makes to keep our graduates connected to the U [...]

Congrats to all University of Arkansas December Graduates!


I am very honored and blessed to hear that I am a recipient of the Phoebe Todd Harris & Anne Harris LaRew Alumni Scholarship worth $1,000 per year.  With this scholarship, I am certain that I will be a part of an academically enriched institution.  Knowing that you understand the financial struggle to [...]

Phoebe Todd Harris & Anne Harris LaRew Scholarship Recipient Gives ...



The Black Alumni Reunions have been greatly successful in achieving their original objectives of bringing black alumni back to campus, increasing the number of black alumni as members of the alumni association and in providing scholarship funds to black students from black alumni. Prior to the first black alumni reunion [...]

Honoring the Past


The desire to give back, reach out and help students achieve their academic and career goals were reasons why Inventor, President and CEO of Concealment Solutions International, Victor Wilson, became a board member of the Black Alumni Society and the Diversity Campaign Committee Board. Wilson, a 1985 alumnus of the [...]

Alumnus Stays Connected Through Volunteerism




The ring ceremony held by the Arkansas Alumni Association on April 12th was the largest to date. With that being said, let's note that there were only about 165 people in attendance, which seems like a relatively small percentage when compared to the couple of thousand students graduating this year. So what is it that is holding students back from participating in this tradition?

Senior Ring Ceremony