UAFS to cohost Solar Night, Solar Panel Certification Course
Through a partnership with Energy Efficient Design & Development (EEDD) based in Van Buren, the university will offer two summer programs dedicated to informing the public about solar energy and training prospective installers.
Casey Ludolph finds home, voice at UAFS.
When deciding where to go to college, high school stand-out Casey Ludolph of Pea Ridge considered numerous universities as her top choices, but when she arrived for her campus tour at the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith, she knew she’d found her home. What she didn’t realize was that UAFS would become where she found her voice and herself. 
UAFS and ABB introduce inaugural Youth Apprenticeship Program
The University of Arkansas - Fort Smith has partnered with ABB to introduce the first Youth Apprenticeship Program for advanced manufacturing in the state of Arkansas. The collaborative program was launched at the Fort Smith Area Chamber of Commerce Signing Day on May 3 when nine students from six local high schools officially joined ABB as apprentices.
UAFS Dean's List Announced
The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith has released the Dean's List for spring 2019 semester, according to Dr. Georgia Hale, provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs.
Students from 45 Academic Departments Earn Accolades
Top students from 45 academic programs at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith were given accolades for their work when they received Academic Excellence Awards from the university.
Chile Trip Opens Students’ Eyes
Four UAFS students spent their fall semester immersed in Spanish language and Chilean culture as part of their study abroad requirement for their degrees in Spanish.
UAFS Baseball Standout Drafted to MLB
UAFS junior right fielder Logan Allen has been drafted by the Major League Baseball team the Tampa Bay Rays.
MathUp Program Helps UAFS Students Succeed, Save Money
Students completing the innovative MathUp program at UAFS saved a total of 202 credit hours, $40,400 in tuition costs, and 51 semesters toward graduation in the first summer of the program. In 2017, MathUp saved students a total of 190 credit hours, $42,440 in tuition, and 51 semesters toward graduation. 
FEC to Host Award-Winning Business Author
The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith Family Enterprise Center will host New York Times top-ten author Dr. Tom Deans, Tuesday, June 4, 2019, as the keynote speaker for the quarterly breakfast meeting of the Family Enterprise Center (FEC).
New Book Introduces Little Lions to UAFS
Little Lions will be practicing the alphabet and learning new words when they get their hands on “N is for Numa,” a new hardback children’s book expected to top UAFS alumni book charts.