Need to Activate Your Account?
In order to access our services, you will need a UARK account. If you have not already done so, please activate your UARK account by verifying your University ID number and date of birth.
Note: Your University ID number is provided on your admissions packet or from your department's leave administrator.
Warning: It is a violation of the Code of Computing Practices to share your UARK password with anyone for any reason.
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UARK Wi-Fi is the secure network for everyone with a UARK account. Select the network on your device and log in with your UARK username and password.
Eduroam is available to visitors from participating institutions and makes wireless available to UARK users when traveling. Learn more about eduroam.
Having trouble connecting to UARK Wi-Fi? "Forget" the network on your device and then try again. If you still can't connect, contact us!
UARK Guest Wi-Fi is a limited, unsecured network for visitors. Select UARK Guest Wi-Fi from your device's list of available networks, enter your valid email address and click Continue.
Note: Guest Wi-Fi is for non-UARK account owners only. If you have a UARK email address, connect to UARK Wi-Fi.
UARK Wi-Fi is available in all campus buildings, including residence halls. Select the network on your device and log in with your UARK username and password.
Need to register smart devices? Learn more about UARK Registered Wi-Fi.
Having internet issues in your residence hall? Create a ResNet ticket.
Having trouble connecting to UARK Wi-Fi outside of your residence hall? "Forget" the network on your device and then try again. If you still can't connect, contact us!
About Faculty/Staff Email
Check your faculty and staff Exchange Online email by logging into outlook.office.com with your UARK email address (including @uark.edu) and password.
- Outlook: Create a new account in Outlook using your full UARK email address and UARK password.
- Mobile device: Select the Exchange or Office 365 account option and enter your full UARK email address and UARK password.
- Manual setup: Use the incoming mail server "outlook.office365.com" and the outgoing mail server "smtp.office365.com."
Heads up! Student email is changing from Gmail to Office 365 Outlook at the end of 2019. Learn more about the upcoming changes to student email.
- If you applied for fall 2020, log into Outlook Online with your UARK email address and UARK password.
- Current students, log into UARK Gmail with your UARK email address (@uark.edu) and UARK password.
UAConnect is the campuswide system for class enrollment, rosters, grades, financial aid and more. Parents can make tuition payments or view personal information after being granted access by their student.
Faculty must make a course visible in Blackboard before students can access it. Teaching resources and development opportunities are available for faculty on the TIPS website.
Laser printing is available in Tech Spot labs. Color printing is available in the Arkansas Union, Mullins Library and J.B. Hunt building labs.
Need to buy technology? The University of Arkansas Bookstore can help! The bookstore offers Dell and Mac computers at reduced rates, along with software and accessories.
Read the Technology Guide
Technology plays a pivotal role in the creation of new knowledge and creative activities. The University of Arkansas is committed to supporting researchers by providing the following tools to aid in their pursuit of academic discovery.
BASIS & webBASIS
webBASIS is used to manage and view personal information, payroll documents, monthly leave, benefits and open enrollment. Log into webbasis.uark.edu with your UARK username (before @uark.edu) and password.
Administrators use BASIS to complete billing and transfers, payroll and position changes, travel authorizations, leave, departmental accounting, budgeting and requisitions.
Whether you're a student, faculty or staff member, you can check out a laptop, tablet or multimedia equipment at the Student Technology Center (University ID card required).