eversity difference

I started college but dropped out. Now I have a bunch of Fs on my transcript. Can I still get into eVersity? (gpa, grade)

Sure. If you are a high school graduate and a resident of Arkansas, you can be admitted. We believe in giving students a fresh start. You academic success advisor will also talk about what happened before and make sure we have a strategy to do much better this time. We want you to succeed and [Read More]

What percent of people drop out of the program or college?

That’s difficult to answer since we have just started this program. Our goal is to prompt students as soon as we see a problem that might keep them from being successful. We offer support and assistance to address problems you may experience, so we anticipate that our retention will be high.

What is the faculty-student ratio?

We were designed with student success in mind, and we take all of the necessary steps to ensure our students have appropriate academic support, regardless of the enrollment.

How do online classes work?

We think you’ll love eVersity’s online format. Your instructor will be from a University of Arkansas System institution. You will have other students in your class. Just like an on-campus class, you’ll have learning assignments and demonstrate what you learn through projects, tests, or other activities. The difference in an online course is that you [Read More]

Is eVersity a real UA college?

Yes. The University of Arkansas System eVersity was created by the Board of Trustees of the University of Arkansas and is a part of the largest university system in the state. It also uses faculty from all of the UA System’s institutions.

Can I take more than one class at a time?

Not at this time. Our courses are brief and intense, and last just six weeks. It’s been our experience that given the intense, focused nature of the class, that students do better taking one class at a time and then moving on to the next course.

How long do classes last? (semester)

Classes are six weeks long. There is a one-week break between classes.

Do I have to log in at specific times?

Every class requires a pre-test that is completed within the first four days of class. We recommend students “attend” class on a regular schedule. If you set aside the time on your calendar and plan for it, it will be easier to stick to it and complete your assignments. The courses are designed to allow [Read More]

Is eVersity accredited?

Yes. The University of Arkansas System eVersity is officially accredited by the Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC), which is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education.

Can I work at my own pace?

Courses are designed so that the learning objectives can be covered within a six-week period. All students are required to substantiate enrollment in each course by completing a pre-test within the first four days of each class. After that, you can choose when and where you log on during the week; but weekly progress is [Read More]

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