University of the Ozarks' 30-acre campus sits at the top of College Hill on the north edge of Clarksville, Arkansas, a quiet town with a population of about 7,700 in the Arkansas River Valley.
The campus has a long history at its current location, dating back to 1891. In the years since the first cornerstone was laid on the site, the campus has undergone continued growth and improvement. There are now more than 20 buildings on campus, with the major buildings arranged around a central mall. The large trees and the classically styled buildings combine to give the campus a distinctive look you'll long remember!
We invite you to visit our campus in person -- we believe that there's no better way to experience what Ozarks is all about! But if you can't make it in person, we'll be adding more information in the coming months to help you learn more about Ozarks. Check back again soon!
We're excited to have some much-needed improvements happening on campus. Seay Student Center is being renovated and expanded, Smith-Broyles Science Center is undergoing renovation with ARRA funds, and a new apartment style residence, Trustee Hall, will be added to complete the "quad" of apartments.
Follow the construction progress at our online Construction and Renovation Blog.