University of Arkansas at Monticello
346 University Drive
Monticello, AR 71655
Phone: (870) 460-1026
Fax: (870) 460-1926
Online: uamont.edu UAM offers more than 80 distinct academic tracks at all levels — from technical programs to undergraduate and graduate degrees. Our commitment to student success means we provide you affordable, award-winning programs to set you on a bold course to a bright future. Visit one of our three campuses in southeast Arkansas to see where you could start your next academic adventure.
Enrollment 2645
School Type 4 Year , 2 Year , Technical School , Graduate School
Funding Type Public
Admissions Information
Requirements - Completed application for admission (no processing fee) - 6-semester high school transcript, transcripts from all colleges attended - Entrance Exam Scores (ACT, SAT, or ACCUPLACER) - Immunization records against measles, mumps, and rubella (two doses) - ACT, SAT, or ACCUPLACER scores for placement only
Admissions Email admissionsoffice@uamont.edu
Admissions Phone (870) 460-1026
Scholarship Information
Highlights A number of institutional and private scholarships offered at UAM, and completing your admission application allows UAM to fully assess your eligibility for these scholarships. No separate scholarship application is needed. The UAM Office of Financial Aid may be able to award conditional scholarships as soon as ACT scores are submitted. Certain private scholarships may require an additional application.

The fall semester priority deadline to apply for Institutional and Private Scholarships is March 1st of every year. No separate scholarship application is needed; students will be considered for awards as soon as all admission materials are submitted.
More Information Click Here Scholarship Email finaid@uamont.edu Scholarship Phone (870) 460-1050
Tuition Information
Required fees per credit hour are not included in the tuition estimate.
In-state Tuition $4,779.00
Additional Annual Fees $10,470.00
Annual Fee Notes Additional fees for in-state residential students.
Early Application Deadline Rolling Admissions
Financial Aid Information
Highlights
Admitted students are strongly encouraged to routinely check their WeevilNet account and UAM student email throughout the financial aid award process. WeevilNet To-Do checklists are posted by various departments to remind students about outstanding documents needed. March 1 is the priority deadline for the fall semester, but all admitted students will be considered for available scholarship awards on a rolling basis. Apply early - scholarship funds are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis!
Financial Aid Contact Brad Fuller Director of Financial Aid
Financial Aid Phone (870) 460-1050
Financial Aid Email finaid@uamont.edu
Financial Aid Priority Deadline Mar 1, 2021
More Information Click Here

Degree Programs

Computer Information Systems

Crime Scene Investigation

Forest Technology (Applied Science)

Industrial Mechanics & Maintenance (or Industrial Technology, Maintenance Technology, or Industrial & Mechanical Technology)

Land Surveying Technology

Nursing (or Registered Nursing)

Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Agricultural Science

Business Administration

Business Computer Information Systems (or Business Information Technology, or Business Information Systems Technology)

Recreation & Natural Resources Management

Criminal Justice

General Technology-Applied Sciences

Law Enforcement Administration

Arts

Hospitality Management

Exercise Science

Accounting

Agriculture (or Agricultural Studies)

Applied Science

Art

Biology

Business Administration

Chemistry

Communication

Computer Information Systems (or Computer Information Technology, or Computer Information Science)

Criminal Justice

Educational Studies

Elementary Education

English

History

Land Surveying

Mathematics

Middle School Education (or Middle Level Education, or Middle Childhood Education, or Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence )

Modern Languages

Music

Music Education

Natural Resources Management

Natural Science

Nursing

Political Science

Psychology

Social Work

Teaching & Learning

Wildlife Management (or Wildlife Ecology & Management)

Biochemistry

Cybersecurity

Environmental Science/Studies

Exercise Science

Forestry

Interdisciplinary Studies

Liberal Arts/General Studies

Mathematics: Data Science

Physical Education

Organismal Biology

Computer Information Systems: Programming

Communications in Natural Resources

Geospatial Science

Child Development (or Child Development Associate)

Health Care Office Skills

Industrial Equipment Maintenance (or Industrial Equipment Repair)

Law Enforcement Administration

Welding

Automotive Diagnostics

Basic Business Principles

Crime Scene Investigation

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (or HVAC or HVAC/R Fundamentals)

Hospitality Management (or Hospitality Administration, or Hospitality & Tourism, or Hospitality, or Hospitality Skills, or Hospitality Services)

Manufacturing Principles

Phlebotomy (or Phlebotomy & EKG, or Phlebotomy Technician, or Phlebotomy Technology)

Tractor & Trailer Operations

Heavy Equipment Safety & Basic Maintenance

Timber Equipment Safety & Operation

Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Business Technology

Automotive Service Technology (or Automotive Technology, or Automotive Systems Repair)

Crime Scene Investigation

Diesel Technology

Early Childhood Education

Electromechanical Technology

Emergency Medical Technician (or Paramedic, or Emergency Medical Technology, or Emergency Medical Science Technology, or Emergency Medical Services)

Health Information Technology

Health Professions

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (or HVAC, or HVACR)

Heavy Equipment Operation

Hospitality Services

Industrial Production Technology

Law Enforcement Administration

Practical Nursing

Welding Technology