UAM Board of Visitors To Meet October 25, 2018

MONTICELLO, AR — The University of Arkansas at Monticello Board of Visitors will meet Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 4 p.m. in the McGoogan Building Library at the UAM College of Technology-Crossett.

UAM Lists 2018 Homecoming Activities

MONTICELLO, AR — Tailgate parties, reunions, a golf tournament, new alumni events and an exciting football game highlight a wide variety of events and activities at the University of Arkansas at Monticello as UAM celebrates 2018 Homecoming, October 15th – 20th.

Seraph Brass To Perform At UAM October 22

MONTICELLO, AR - The award-winning female brass ensemble Seraph Brass will present a free public concert October 22 at 7 p.m. in the University of Arkansas at Monticello Fine Arts Center. Winner of the Silver Medal Global Music Award, Seraph Brass released its debut album, "Asteria," on Summit Records. The group has toured throughout the U.S., Mexico and Europe and has performed multiple concerts at the Lieksa Brass Week in Finland. Seraph Brass was the featured ensemble at the International Women's Brass Conference and has performed at the Forum Cultural Guanajuato in Leon, Mexico, the Dame Myra Hess Concerts in Chicago, the Gettysburg Concert Association, and the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Fla. Members of Seraph performed with Adele on her 2016 U.S. tour.

UAM Announces Largest Gift in Institution's History

LITTLE ROCK (Sept. 7, 2018) – The University of Arkansas at Monticello today announced the largest private gift in school history from the trust of the late Merle and Deloris Peterson, of Dumas. The gift was announced by UAM Chancellor Karla Hughes, Ph.D., in a news conference today at the UA System Administration building in Little Rock.

UAM Ranked 8th In The "Best Bang for the Buck" Southern Colleges Category by Washington Monthly

MONTICELLO, AR - The University of Arkansas at Monticello has been ranked number 8 in the "Best Bang for the Buck Southern Colleges" category for 2018 by Washington Monthly magazine. The rankings are based on a number of criteria according to a news release from Washington Monthly, including cost of attendance, earnings of graduates, load repayment rates, strong student outcomes, a commitment to social mobility and the percentage of first-generation students.