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List of colleges and universities in Arkansas

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List of colleges and universities in Arkansas

This is a list of colleges and universities in Arkansas. This list also includes other educational institutions providing higher education, meaning tertiary, quaternary, and, in some cases, post-secondary education.

State institutions

Four-year institutions

UAMS is the flagship health education institution of the state.

Two-year institutions

Private institutions

Two-year institutions

Private liberal arts colleges

Other four-year institutions

For-Profit Institutions

Defunct Institutions

  • Judsonia University, Judsonia, Arkansas[1]
  • Little Rock Commercial College and Telegraph Institute
  • Southeast College of Technology (now Remington College)

See also


  1. ^ . 1878 EditionSteiger's Educational Directory

External links

  • Department of Education listing of accredited institutions in Arkansas

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