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Diversity and the University Libraries

Take some time to review the extensive network of resources and services. The Diversity Guide, in particular, was developed to provide diversity resources and services to students, faculty, and staff. From there, you will find information on resources, events, demographics, language tools, minority issues, detailed library guides for course supplementation, and more.

Dive right in with the Where to Start page!


Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education Web

Location: Arkansas Union 404
Phone: 479-575-8405
Hours: Union Hours

The Center for Multicultural and Diversity Education provides academic, cultural and social programs intended to promote inclusiveness, foster achievement and assist in the development and advancement of a diverse student body. They are a campus community focused on welcoming all students while valuing, engaging, and empowering them to achieve their full potential. Students are free to come by the center for tutoring, study space, socializing and more!

Center for Educational Access Web

Location: 209 ARKU
Phone: 479-575-3104
Hours: Monday – Friday | 8 am – 5 pm

The Center for Educational Access serves as the central campus resource for the University community in regards to students with disabilities and accommodations to remove barriers to access.

Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) Web

Location: Pat Walker Health Center | 525 N. Garland Ave.
Phone: 479-575-5276
Hours: Monday - Friday | 8 am - 5 pm

Counseling and Psychological Services help students navigate the pressures of college-life and beyond with various evidence-based mental health services and programs. All CAPS programs and services are designed to meet the academic, developmental, remedial and preventive needs of the campus community. 

LBGTQ+ Connections GroupWeb

Location: Wellness Center in Garland Shops
Hours: Fridays | 3 - 4pm
Contact: Counseling & Psychological Services

A safe and supportive group for LGBTQ+ students and allies to come together and connect with each other. This group is meant to provide a place to chat, ask questions, and have conversations and discussions specific to LGBTQ+ concerns. In this group you will get to meet LGBTQ+ students and allies, find helpful resources, get support and knowledge from other's experiences, and form friendships.

Off-Campus Student Services Web

Location: Arkansas Union 632 | Sixth Floor West
Phone: 479-575-7351

Off-Campus Student Services assists off-campus students at the University of Arkansas by providing student housing listings, workshops and resources on how to transition to life off campus, as well as programs that help connect students to campus and ultimately see their name on Senior Walk.

STAR Central Web

Location: Pat Walker Health Center | Second Floor - Room 2129
Phone: 479-575-7252
Hours: Monday - Friday | 8 am - 5 pm

The office of STAR Central offers Support, Training, Advocacy, & Resources on Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence. STAR Central serves the university community through education programs, professional consultations and victim advocacy services. STAR Central is located on the second floor of the new addition of the health center in room 2129. All contacts and survivor services are confidential.

Star Central also coordinates the RESPECT program - Rape Education by Peers Encouraging Conscious Thought.

Student Support Services Web

Location: 008 Gregson Hall
Phone: 479-575-3546
Hours: Monday - Friday | 8 am - 5 pm

Student Support Services provides a powerful combination of programs and services to students who are first-generation, and/or modest-income, and/or individuals with disabilities. The program is dedicated to providing exemplary programs and services to its participants. They are committed to providing SSS participants with the resources needed to assist them with confidently navigating through the University of Arkansas system and persisting to graduation.

Veterans Resource and Information Center Web

Location: GACS Suites 115-116 | 640 N. Garland Avenue
Phone: 479-575-8742
Hours: Monday - Friday | 8 am - 5 pm

The Veterans Resource and Information Center serves as the central point of contact for prospective or current University of Arkansas student veterans needing assistance with the admissions process, applying for military educational benefits and scholarships, and referrals to various academic departments around campus. Additionally, they maintain a large network within the community to refer students to organizations specializing in veteran services.

Student veterans can also find resources on the Office of Equal Opportunity and Compliance.

College of Arts & Sciences programs

African and African American Studies Program Web

Location: 230 Memorial Hall
Phone: 479-575-2872

The African and African American Studies Program (AAST) at the University of Arkansas is an interdisciplinary program that expands on the core disciplines of a traditional liberal arts education. AAST explores the legacy of the African diaspora and African descended people’s global experiences. AAST strives to advance social consciousness, promote equity, and support the highest level of academic excellence through critical and global thinking in the classroom and beyond. Through the study of the histories, cultures, and contemporary experiences of the African diaspora, AAST examines the important role that race has played in the creation of the world in which our students live.

Please feel free to stop by the office to connect, study and/or learn more about the AAST program!


Asian Studies Program Web

Location: Old Main 428
Phone: 479-575-3356

The Asian Studies Program at the U of A draws on the strength of our faculty both in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and in other colleges on campus to provide resources and training in Asian languages, cultures, history, politics and economics.


Indigenous Studies Program Web

Location: Kimpel Hall 714
Phone: 479-575-6000

The Indigenous Studies minor invites discovery of alternative world views, ecological relationships, societies, religions, arts, and governments of indigenous peoples in North America and beyond from antiquity to the present. Take a course, encounter an Indigenous life, and celebrate the imagination to build a world.


Latin American Studies Program Web

Location: Kimpel Hall 723
Phone: 479-575-4801

The Latin American Studies Program (LAST) provides in-depth exposure to the key geographic regions, historical trajectories, social modes, languages, and political, economic, and cultural systems of Latin America and the Latino U.S.