Degrees, Certificates Keys to Success for UAFS Grad
Harold Larue of Fort Smith learned important lessons at each step of his college career at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith, and he has the degrees and certificates to show for it.
UAFS Slates Majors Expo for Sept. 20
The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith will hold its annual Majors Expo from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sept. 20 in the Reynolds Room of the Smith-Pendergraft Campus Center, offering students an opportunity to choose from the university’s more than 60 baccalaureate degree offerings.
Couple Leave Legacy of Honor
S.W. “Bud” Jackson and his wife Paula left a powerful legacy for their children through the behaviors they modeled. They left another legacy for the students of the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith through their lives of generous giving.
Tejas Brothers to Perform Sept. 18 at Blue Lion
The Tejas Brothers, an acclaimed musical quartet from Texas known for their blend of "Tex-Mex Honky Tonk", will return to Fort Smith for a concert at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 18 as part of the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith's Season at The Blue Lion.
UAFS Announces Fixed Tuition Program
Beginning next fall, incoming freshmen at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith will have the opportunity to lock in their tuition rate for up to four years at the most affordable university in the state.
UAFS Music Faculty Showcase to Take Place Sept. 11
The University of Arkansas – Fort Smith will host a Music Faculty Showcase at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 11 at The Blue Lion at UAFS Downtown, located at 101 N. 2nd Street.
UAFS Utilizes Automatic Lawnmower on Campus
University of Arkansas – Fort Smith students returning to campus for fall classes may have noticed a surprising addition to the east side of campus.
Barber Learns Valuable Lessons as JPH Fellow
From briefings on the newly-announced space force to a meeting with members of the proposed Iranian Congress, it was an exciting and eye-opening summer for Luke Barber to spend in the nation’s capital.
Right Place, Right Time: Conversation Changes Life for Non-Traditional Student
Had Amanda Norris not gotten her oil changed that day in the summer of 2014, the conversation and its ensuing revelations that led to her attending the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith might never have happened.
Fort Smith Brewing Co. Celebrates City’s Past, Looks to Future
Fort Smith Brewing Company looks to Fort Smith’s future while celebrating its past. Located in a World War II-era warehouse in Chaffee Crossing in anticipation of further area growth, the company works with small businesses to spur growth in the city, guided by a 100-year plan that seeks to return brewing to its small-town roots. The company names its beers after historical figures and occurrences in Fort Smith, and it prizes and relies on the blue-collar work ethic that has defined this community for two centuries.

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