About Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication provides an additional layer of security that makes it difficult for unauthorized users to access services, applications and data. UARK accounts can be compromised by phishing scams, automated bots, targeted attacks, etc. Verifying your account with multi-factor is more secure, especially for services that grant access to Personally Identifiable Information (PII).

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Heads up! Faculty, staff and student employees are required to use multi-factor authentication to verify access to their UARK accounts starting April 1, 2020. 

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Faculty and staff must register a multi-factor authentication method (app, text or phone call) for their UARK account before being able to access services like Outlook, Box, Blackboard, UAConnect and more. 

How It Works

Multi-factor combines something you know (UARK email and password) with something you have (a trusted device, like a phone).

  1. Log into a UARK online service like Outlook, Box or UAConnect.
  2. Receive a six-digit code on your phone.
  3. Enter the code to verify access to your UARK account allowing you to log in.

At this time, secondary accounts are not required to register for multi-factor authentication. 

ADA Accessibility

Assistance is available for users needing an accommodation due to a disability. 

Faculty/Staff: Contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Compliance at titlevii@uark.edu or 479-575-4019.

Students: Contact the Center for Educational Access at ada@uark.edu or 479-575-3104.