Taking Care of Unfinished Business at eVersity

Kim Burnside is no stranger to college coursework. The 53-year-old has taken three previous runs at a bachelor’s degree but never quite found the right fit. “I actually started off in a brick and mortar school that’s not even here anymore to be a computer electronics person,” she said. “I was not cut out for [Read More]

Student Success is Defining eVersity

Student success is becoming the hallmark of the state’s only fully accredited, 100 percent-online institution, as nearly 93 percent of students who chose to finish their degrees at the University of Arkansas System eVersity are passing their courses and more than 96 percent completing them. eVersity’s unique online teaching model makes use of high-quality faculty [Read More]


Central Arkansas Water, the largest public drinking water system in the state, has a good understanding of the difference a quality education can make in the lives of its employees and families. Central Arkansas Water recently became the newest member of the University of Arkansas System eVersity’s alliance program. They see the state’s only 100 [Read More]

City of North Little Rock Inks Educational Alliance with eVersity

The impact education can have on a community is profound, and Betty L Anderson, human resources director for the City of North Little Rock, understands the value it also brings to the workforce. Thanks to this understanding, municipal employees at Arkansas’s sixth-largest city now have streamlined and discounted access to the state’s only 100 percent-online [Read More]

Cintas Sews Up Educational Needs with eVersity Alliance

As president of the Central Arkansas Human Resource Association (CAHRA), Tanner Chapman crossed paths with the state’s first 100 percent-online university and realized it could benefit his career duties with Cintas, a leading supplier of corporate uniforms and specialized services.  “I shared the eVersity story with him and how we can offer employees educational benefits [Read More]

City of Bryant Sees a Bright Future

It didn’t take long for the City of Bryant to recognize the power of education in making communities healthier, happier and equipped for future growth. Bryant Mayor Jill Dabbs was in attendance when Michael Moore, Ph.D., chief academic/operating officer at the University of Arkansas System eVersity, spoke to a civic organization about the state’s new [Read More]

Family Matters: Education in the Home Boosted with Partnership

Educated households equate to stronger families and communities, which is what led the University of Arkansas System eVersity to a group of administrators trying to impact more than 5,000 families in the state. The Arkansas Home Visiting Network, an off-campus department of Arkansas Children’s Hospital that promotes home visiting services to Arkansas families during pregnancy [Read More]

We’ve Rearranged Our Schedule To Fit Yours

APPLY TODAY Don’t have time to finish that degree you once started? Think again. At the University of Arkansas System eVersity, we do things a lot differently than most institutions. We know you have families, work, duties at home and soccer practices for the kids to balance. In fact, life getting in the way is the leading [Read More]

Finishing Your Degree Pays Off

APPLY FOR FREE TODAY: APPLY If you could earn more than $1 million more throughout your lifetime by simply finishing something you once started, what would be holding you back? Statistics show those who earned a college degree not only have a higher earning potential, but also live healthier lives, are more involved in their communities [Read More]

What’s Inside This Cabin Will Change Your Life

How does a quaint, drafty, mid-19th century log cabin nestled into one of Little Rock’s oldest neighborhoods hold the state-of-the-art secret to changing lives? You might be surprised to learn that a brand-new, cutting-edge university was conceived from the ground up and is being run within the walls of this old cabin in the woods. [Read More]

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