University of the Ozarks
415 N. College Ave.
Clarksville, AR 72830
Phone: (479) 979-1227
Online: ozarks.edu University of the Ozarks is a fully-accredited, four-year, private University that is nestled at the foothills of the Ozarks Mountains and offers more than 50 areas of study, 19 NCAA intercollegiate athletic programs and a vibrant Ozarks Outdoors Program. Over the past seven years, the University has a 95% success rate for graduates finding employment in their respective fields or being accepted into graduate or professional school within six months of graduation.
Enrollment 784
School Type 4 Year
Funding Type Private
Admissions Information
Requirements Test optional admission option with proper documentation.
Minimum GPA 2.5
Minimum ACT 18
Minimum SAT 940
Admissions Email admission@ozarks.edu
Admissions Phone (479) 979-1227
Scholarship Information
Highlights University offers several unique and substantial scholarships to qualified students, including full-need tuition scholarship and the Frontier Scholarship. More Information Click Here Scholarship Email admission@ozarks.edu Scholarship Phone (479) 979-1227
Tuition Information
In-state Tuition $24,950.00
Additional Annual Fees $9,358.00
Annual Fee Notes Includes annual $1,000 learning material fees that covers books and iPad
Financial Aid Information
Highlights
University awards approximately $12 million in institutional scholarships to students annually and 99% of U of O students receive financial aid.
Financial Aid Contact Joey Hughes Executive Director of Admission
Financial Aid Phone (479) 979-1227
Financial Aid Email admission@ozarks.edu
More Information Click Here

Degree Programs

Early Childhood Education/Development - Birth to Pre-K credential

Art

Biology

Business Administration

Business: Management

Business: Marketing

Chemistry

Education

Education: Physical Education

English

Environmental Studies

Health Science

History

Mathematics

Music

Philosophy

Political Science

Pre-Med (or Pre-Medical, or Pre-Medicine)

Pre-Pharmacy

Pre-Veterinary Medicine (or Pre-Vet, or Pre-Veterinary Science)

Psychology

Sociology

Spanish

Theatre

Accounting

Communication

Early Childhood Education

Marketing

Physical Education K-12 (or Physical Education & Health K-12, or Physical Education/Wellness & Leisure K-12)

Pre-Dentistry

Pre-Law

American Studies

Communication Studies

Religion