Thank you for visiting Student Affairs Development. The Division of Student Affairs touches the lives of every student at the University of Arkansas, no matter the school or college they attend or the major they study.
Student Affairs provides students housing, dining, and health care resources, creates innovative programs that educate and inspire, supports first generation, underrepresented, and veteran students, and so much more.
By giving to one of our funds or programs you are supporting our efforts to help students succeed, one student at a time.
The newest residence hall on campus is named “Adohi,” which is Cherokee for “woods.” The 708-bed hall is nestled among trees in the university’s southern gateway, near the Trail of Tears marker.
There are many affordable naming opportunities in this residence hall, from bedrooms to lounges and “maker spaces.” And 10% of each gift made will be applied to the Student Affairs Housing Scholarship Fund, to be awarded to a student living in University Housing.
Watch this short video to find out more about Adohi Hall, which will be unlike any other place on campus.
If you are interested in supporting this project through a naming opportunity, please download a pledge form here.
Support this project by visiting the capital project web site.
Why give to Student Affairs?
Your gifts to Student Affairs allow us to enhance the college experience and help students succeed.
There are many ways you can give to help support students through Student Affairs:
- Give to a student scholarship fund.
- Make a larger impact with a major gift or endowed gift.
- Leave a legacy with a planned gift.
We make it easy for you to give.
- Make a gift online with a credit card.
- Set up an automatic draft to your bank account.
- Match your gift through your employer.
- Transfer a gift of stock or securities.
- Make a deferred gift or multi-year pledge.
- Send a check made out to the University of Arkansas Foundation to:
325 Administration Building
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
To learn more about funding student success through Student Affairs including endowments, funds, and giving levels, contact Sue Harris, Director of Development.