As graduates and families descend onto the University of Arkansas campus for commencement, thousands will be headed to two iconic Razorback venues for that special day.
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For the seventh consecutive year, the University of Arkansas exceeds the benchmark Academic Progress Rate (APR) multiyear rate of 930 in all 19 of its intercollegiate sport programs. All programs eclipsed the benchmark by at least 26 points with 15 programs besting the 930 benchmark by 38 points or more.
A school record six University of Arkansas intercollegiate athletic programs earned public recognition awards for their exemplary academic performance by the NCAA on Wednesday.
A total of 705 student-athletes, including 35 Razorbacks, were named to the 2018-19 Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll, Wednesday by SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey.
Arkansas’ Office of Student-Athlete Success graduate assistants Steve Burkholder, Grace Flowers and Earl Hill along with Director of Golf Operations Kelly Nielson attended the NCAA Emerging Leaders Seminar February 6-8 in Indianapolis, Indiana at the NCAA national office.
The Razorbacks placed 80 student-athletes on the Fall SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Arkansas student-athletes recorded their 18th straight semester with a term GPA of 3.0 or better in the fall of 2018.
The Hall of Excellence Award Committee voted unanimously to induct Arkansas men's track & field/cross country head coach Chris Bucknam into the HPELS Hall of Excellence. Bucknam's induction will take place this weekend on the campus of the University of Northern Iowa.
The University of Arkansas softball team excelled in the classroom with 12 individuals earning NFCA All-America Scholar-Athlete honors as announced Wednesday afternoon.