LeAnn Rimes’ Concert Canceled


Grammy Award-winning country music artist LeAnn Rimes has canceled her Sunday afternoon show due to illness. UCA Public Appearances officials are attempting to reschedule the show for a later date. If a make up date can not be arranged, tickets will be refunded or exchanged for other events. For more information, call (501) 450-3682. … [Read more...]

UCA Hosts Amigo Cup Soccer Tournament


The University of Central Arkansas hosted the first UCA Amigo Cup Soccer Tournament Sunday, Sept. 19. The tournament is part of Arkansas Celebrates Mexico 2010, a partnership between the Mexican Consulate in Little Rock, the city of Little Rock, the city of North Little Rock, the William J. Clinton Foundation, University of Arkansas at Little Rock and UCA to provide educational and cultural events … [Read more...]

UCA Hosts Dedication for STEM Residential College


University of Central Arkansas officials held a dedication Wednesday for the new residential college designed to prepare students for careers in technology and science. The STEM Residential College also fits into the governor's call to help improve science, math and technology education in the state by building a community of young scholars. The residential college provides students a … [Read more...]

UCA Among “Most Desirable Large Schools”


The University of Central Arkansas ranks 23rd among the top 25 "Most Desirable Large Schools" in the Fall 2010 Kaplan/Newsweek "Finding the Right College for You" guide. "Most Desirable Large Schools" category includes schools such as Harvard University, Cornell University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the University of Virginia and the University of Southern … [Read more...]

Deborah Norville to Open Lecture Series

Two-time Emmy Award-winning journalist Deborah Norville will open the UCA Distinguished Lecture series on Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the Donald W. Reynolds Performance Hall on the University of Central Arkansas campus. Norville's appearance will be the first of four Distinguished Lectures of the 2010-11 Reynolds season. "Tough," "savvy" and "a survivor" are among the words used to describe … [Read more...]

Association of Future Alumni Receives National Recognition

The UCA Association of Future Alumni was recently recognized among the best in the nation for its Freshmen Survival Kit program. The student organization received national recognition for outstanding internal program at the Council for the Advancement and Support for Education (CASE) Affiliated Student Advancement Programs (ASAP) network convention conference held in August in Kansas City, … [Read more...]

UCA Hosts Mexican Bi-Centennial Events


The University of Central Arkansas will host several events commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Mexican Independence and the 100th anniversary of the Mexican Revolution. The events are part of Arkansas Celebrates Mexico 2010, a partnership between the Mexican Consulate in Little Rock, the city of Little Rock, the city of North Little Rock, the William J. Clinton Foundation, University of … [Read more...]

Bonner Named UCA Distinguished Alumnus


Tom Bonner, a former local TV personality for KARK-TV in Little Rock and senior vice president at Arkansas Children’s Hospital, has been selected as the 2010 recipient of the University of Central Arkansas Distinguished Alumnus Award. In August, the UCA Board of Trustees approved a resolution to recognize Bonner with the award. Bonner, a 1959 graduate, will be formally honored during UCA H … [Read more...]

UCA Promotes Campus Safety

The University of Central Arkansas will kick off National Campus Safety Awareness Month during the UCA Bears football game on Sept. 2. UCA is among several colleges and universities that will promote safety awareness during the month of September. The university is partnering with Security on Campus Inc., a non-profit organization whose goal is to prevent violence, substance abuse and other … [Read more...]

UCA’s Debt Rating Remains Stable


The University of Central Arkansas's debt rating remains stable, according to a recent report by Moody's Investors Service. The stable outlook reflects expectations of a gradual improvement in cash and financial resource levels, management's ongoing successful implementation of cash flow enhancement efforts and continued support from the state, the report states. The university maintained … [Read more...]