University of Arkansas–Fort Smith

University of Arkansas–Fort Smith

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The University of Arkansas–Fort Smith (UAFS) is a public university in Fort Smith, Arkansas. It is part of the University of Arkansas System. UAFS is the sixth-largest university in Arkansas, with a fall 2019 enrollment of approximately 6,250 students. The university offers in-state tuition rates not only to Arkansas residents, but also those from Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas. The university campus occupies 168 acres (0.68 km2) of an arboretum that has 1,182 GPS-inventoried trees representing 81 species.

The University of Arkansas–Fort Smith was established in 1928 as an extension of the public school system in Fort Smith, Arkansas, with the superintendent, James William Ramsey, acting as the college president and the high school principal as dean. Known originally as Fort Smith Junior College, the institution operated within the Fort Smith public school system until 1950, when the school was incorporated as a private, nonprofit institution with its own governing board. In September 1952, the College moved from borrowed facilities in the high school to its current site, initially occupying 15 acres (61,000 m2).

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