Students are offered many opportunities to travel all over the country.
Come and see what being Greek really means.
There are many opportunities to get involved at UWA.
Our annual talent show is sure to never disappoint.
Students enjoy nature’s beauty on a stroll across UWA’s pedestrian-oriented campus.
The UWA Bookstore offers a wide range of UWA apparel and spirit items.
Students can enjoy local waterways and ponds by checking out canoes from the intramural office.
Studio 96 offers journalism students the opportunity to work in a newsroom environment.
Stay in shape with the fitness center and Group Ex classes at the Union.
UWA confers undergraduate, master’s, and education specialist degrees to nearly 500 students from 22 states across the U.S., as well as Canada, Russia, China, and Ukraine.
UWA will offer the CNA program for youth ages 16-21 who have finished high school or earned their GED but lack the skills needed for long-term employment.
The Applied Manufacturing Technology Training Program is a comprehensive program including assessments, career paths, individualized basic education programs, manufacturing technology training, experiential learning experiences, support services, and job placement.
After UWA's annual Tiger Trails Orientation, many people might expect the admissions office to take a break from their hard-work, but Danielle Buckalew, director of undergraduate recruiting, explains that orientation is just the kick-off to a new recruiting season.
Check-in will be at 9 a.m. in the Bell Conference Center.
Classes commence at 8 a.m.
Test will be administered on Friday, Sept. 5
Offices will reopen and classes will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 8 a.m.