Robert “Bunny” Adcock was reappointed to the University of Central Arkansas Board of Trustees by Gov. Asa Hutchinson in December 2015.
Adcock’s term began January 2016 and expires in 2023.
Adcock was originally appointed to the board in May 2012 and served until December 2014. During his time on the board, he served on the Audit and Finance Committee in 2013 and 2014.
“I’m really excited to be back on the UCA Board of Trustees,” said Adcock. “I’ve thoroughly enjoyed being involved with the University. I think the University has a very bright future, and I’m just extremely pleased to be a part of that future.”
Adcock has served the University in several capacities for decades. In 1974, he served on the State College of Arkansas, now UCA, University Status Committee. He is a founding member of UCA Purple Circle and Friends of the UCA Library.
He was appointed interim vice president for Financial Services in 2008 and served until June 2009. Prior to that, he had served as vice president for Alumni Services and Development, UCA golf coach and president of the UCA Foundation.
Adcock and his wife, Carol, live in Conway. The Adcocks established the Robert and Carol Adcock Scholarship at UCA, which provides funding for UCA foreign language students to study abroad, in addition to the International Affairs Emergency Fund for international students. In 2010, UCA unveiled the Carol Adcock International House on Farris Road.