“Trisha Blau, my advisor, has influenced and challenged me to be a successful leader. I love having our one-on-ones because she actively listens and understands me. She truly cares about my future and wants me to succeed in anything I do.”
“I love the volunteer culture of campus. Each community on campus is interested in giving back to some facet of the Razorback family. I have loved seeing my peers find their niche on campus and then dedicate themselves to giving back.”
“I am proud to be a Razorback because of the community. There’s a reason why Fayetteville is one of the best universities in the nation. We strive to create an atmosphere of inclusion and acceptance at the University of Arkansas.”
“The women of Panhellenic have been particularly influential in my time here at the U of A. They are all such wonderful people who have helped me become the leader, student and friend I am today.”
Today’s college students face numerous challenges that are both unique and similar to those of generations past. Difficult class material, balancing personal relationships, demanding time management skills, meeting necessary financial burdens, and questions about the future daily weigh on undergraduates. But what happens when students have to take on extra challenges in the form of learning and accessibility issues?