Knowledge Base

Navigating Blackboard

All courses at eVersity are designed with a similar look and feel.  Key components include the course syllabus including all the information you need to know about your course along with a schedule of due dates.  Course materials and assessments are housed under the weekly folders link.  Watch the video to learn more about navigating [Read More]

Start Dates

Terms are six weeks long and start every 7 weeks.  See the Academic Calendar by visiting: Academic Calendar


The cost of tuition is $175 per credit hour.  Most courses are three credit hours adding up to about $525 per course. Students pay for one course at a time. Payment is due the Saturday before classes start. If you have questions about your financial aid or employer reimbursement: Contact the eVersity financial planner at [Read More]

Financial Aid

Federal aid is available to eVersity students. To find out if you are eligible, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by going to: When completing the FAFSA use the school code 042802 .  

Admission Process

All that is required to be accepted to eVersity is a high school diploma or a GED.  The first step in the admission process is to apply by visiting: eVersity will seek your high school transcript or GED to make an admission decision. If you have a question about the status of your application [Read More]

eVersity Difference

We built eVersity specifically for students like you – people who have busy lives, but who still want to find a way to finish college.   Here are a few ways we are proudly different and proudly built for you: University of Arkansas Faculty.  We are fortunate to be able to draw excellent faculty from across [Read More]


The purpose of this orientation course is to introduce you to eVersity and help us get to know you better. Work through all of the activities in each section to complete all of the requirements of this free, one credit hour course. Begin by clicking on the “Ready” link located on the left side course [Read More]