Tuition and fee rates listed here are for the 2022-23 academic year. Fall 2023 tuition and fee rates are subject to change and will be finalized by July 1, 2023. Students may want to wait until after July 1, 2023 to view their total bill amount for Fall 2023 tuition and fees.

2022-2023 Tuition Rates

    • $97/credit hour

      Conway County Residents Tuition Rate

      Plus $42/credit hour for mandatory fees.1

      $107/credit hour

      In-State, Non-Conway County Resident Tuition Rate

      Plus $42/credit hour for mandatory fees.1

      Example Estimated Total Cost

      • 3 cr. hrs. — $447/semester
      • 6 cr. hrs. — $894/semester
      • 12 cr. hrs. — $1,788/semester
      • 15 cr. hrs. — $2,235/semester


      • VS.
      • Average AR 4-Year Public Institution


        Tuition/Fees/Room & Board

      $130/credit hour

      Out-Of-State Resident Tuition Rate

      Plus $42/credit hour for mandatory fees.1

      $290/credit hour

      International Student Tuition Rate

      Plus $42/credit hour for mandatory fees.1

      $25/credit hour

      Off Campus Concurrent Tuition Rate

Credit hours are approximately equal to the number of total hours spent in class each week. The last digit of a course's id number indicates its credit hours. Students are considered "Full-Time" when they attend 12 credit hours or more per semester.

1 Special department fees charged only to students in certain programs or classes as well as fees unique to a given situation are not included in these estimates. The cost of books and other supplies are also not included.

2 Fall and spring semesters only. Summer courses are not included in estimate.

3 One-year cost estimate based upon 15 hours per semester for the 2022-2023 academic year and is subject to change.

University of Arkansas's campus in Fayetteville featuring the Old Main building.

U of a Transfer Achievement Scholarship

The University of Arkansas at Fayetteville offers an Arkansas Transfer Achievement Scholarship program that allows qualified associate degree graduates to transfer to the University of Arkansas and pursue a bachelor’s degree, while paying the in-county UACCM tuition rate.

Special Tuition Rates

Senior Citizens

Persons 60 years of age or older meeting UACCM admission requirements may enroll in for-credit courses at UACCM tuition and mandatory fees free on a space available basis. Seniors are responsible for paying all costs required for the course or courses in which they enroll, excluding tuition and mandatory fees. Requests for the senior citizens’ tuition and fee rate should be made to the UACCM Financial Aid Office.

Senior Citizen tuition waivers are not available for non-credit community outreach courses.

Military Forces’ Tuition Rate

Active Duty

Full-time active members of branches of the United States Military Services and their legal dependents, who are not legal residents of the State of Arkansas but are stationed at an Arkansas military base, will be charged the current in-state tuition rate when enrolling at UACCM. Requests and verification prior to the deadline for paying tuition is required. Request should be made to UACCM Financial Aid Office.

Discharged from Active Duty

The following individuals shall be charged the in-state rate, or otherwise considered a resident, for tuition purposes:

  • A Veteran using educational assistance under either chapter 30 (Montgomery GI Bill®-Active Duty Program) or chapter 33 (Post-9/11 GI Bill®), of title 38, United States Code, who lives in the State of Arkansas while attending a school located in the State of Arkansas (regardless of his/her formal State of residence) and enrolls in the school within three years of discharge from a period of active duty service.
  • Anyone using transferred Post-9/11 GI Bill® benefits (38 U.S.C. $ 3319) who lives in the State of Arkansas while attending a school located in the State of Arkansas (regardless of his/her formal State of residence) and enrolls in the school within three years of the transferor’s discharge from a period of active duty service.
  • A spouse or child using benefits under the Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship (38 U.S.C. $ 3311(b)(9)) who lives in the State of Arkansas while attending a school located in the State of Arkansas (regardless of his/her formal State of residence) and enrolls in the school within a three years of the Service member’s death in the line of duty following a period of active duty service.
  • Anyone described above while he or she remains continuously enrolled (other than during the regularly scheduled breaks between courses, semesters, or terms) at the same school. The person so described must have enrolled in the school prior to the expiration of the three year period following discharge or death described above and must be using educational benefits under either chapter 30 or chapter 33, or title 38, United States Code.

Other Expenses to Consider


All students enrolled in courses at UACCM are encouraged to secure their own computing device for use in their studies. While there are a wide range of choices available, students must acquire a device that meets or exceeds the specifications listed on the Student Technology Requirements webpage to be compatible with the systems in use on our campus.


Many courses require students to purchase specific textbooks and/or supplies. Students should visit the University Bookstore in person or the bookstore website online each semester to see the materials required for each class. The University Bookstore can provide prices for the materials that can be purchased from them.

Campus Food Service

Vending machines are located throughout campus for students to purchase softdrinks, water, and snack items. These machines accept both cash and debit/credit card. The Timberwolf Grill is an on-campus option for students to purchase a hot lunch. Visit the Timberwolf Grill website for menu items and pricing. The Timberwolf Grill accepts cash, debit/credit cards, as well as a prepaid meal card that may be purchased at the Student Accounts window in the University Center or charged to available financial aid funds during the normal charge time. The Timberwolf Pantry is free option for students who struggle with food-insecurity. Food and basic hygiene items may be taken or donated at pantries located at the west end of the second floor hall in the University Center, on the first floor lobby in the Business Technology Center, Room 125 in the Kirk Building, in the vending area in the Library Complex, and in the the lobby near Tyson Training Hall in the Workforce Training Center.

Campus Prints

Each student is allotted $30 worth of copies at the beginning of each semester. For this amount, a student could print 500 black/white copies or 250 color copies. In the event this allotment is depleted, the student will need to purchase more prints using the PaperCut online service to manage printing. Additional prints can be purchased in bulk at a rate of 6 cents per page for black/white and 12 cents per page for color. Unused prints will not rollover from semester to semester.

Accounts Receivable Policy

Students that owe a balance at the end of a term, will receive a final bill with a warning that their balance will be sent to collections in 60 days with a contracted collection agency. In conjunction, a student account hold will be placed on the student account, therefore; the student may not receive an academic transcript until the balance is paid off.

Following the 60-day period, the delinquent accounts file will be uploaded to the contracted collection agency to begin the collections process. Student balances will also be submitted to the state set aside program in order to submit students state tax returns to the college for the collection process.

Students remain in collections until the balance is paid, or if the balance is written off by the college through the abatement process.
Students are allowed to register for classes with their outstanding balance, but are notified that they must pay down their balance to $200 or less two weeks prior to the term starting, in order to remain enrolled.

Students in jeopardy of being dropped because of an overdue balance will receive a communication by text, phone or email notifying them of the upcoming deadline for when the balance must be paid down to continue enrollment.