Destination Arkansas: July To-Do List

1. Register with HogSync.


HogSync is your path to student involvement at the University of Arkansas.  HogSync is an online community for campus that helps departments, programs, and registered student organizations streamline processes and drive engagement.  You can create your profile using your University of Arkansas credentials (UARK email and password).  From there, you can connect with student organizations and find events on campus!

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2. Register to attend R.O.C.K. Camp.










R.O.C.K. (Razorback Outreach for Community and Knowledge) Camp is the University of Arkansas’s premier extended orientation program for first year students.  R.O.C.K. Camp is designed to aid incoming students in their transition from high school to college by developing a diverse social network of classmates, upperclassmen, and faculty & staff members, while strengthening their bond to the University of Arkansas through the introduction of campus culture and traditions.

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3. Complete the AlcoholEdu for College online course.

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AlcoholEdu for College is an online prevention program that uses science based-research to educate students. This non-opinionated course aims not to tell you what to think, but to help you make good decisions for yourself as well as dealing with the behaviors of your peers.

All first-year students that have attended orientation will receive an email the week of July 17th with instructions on how to complete the online survey.  Part 1 of the survey will take approximately 1.5 – 2 hours to complete.  The survey can be completed in multiple sittings.  Once you have completed Part 2 of the survey, you have officially completed the program. 

Students completing the program will be able to utilize the Razorback Medical Attention & Reporting Exemption Policy through the Office of Student Standards and Conduct. 

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4. Sign up to learn about community volunteer opportunities. 










The Volunteer Action Center is a student led board that is dedicated to active service in the community. Each year VAC provides meaningful service opportunities through events and ongoing projects that engage the university and Northwest Arkansas communities.

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5. Purchase your Student Razorback Access Pass.


Make sure you secure a seat in the Trough student section for every big game this year by purchasing the Razorback Access Pass. The access pass grants admission to home football and men’s basketball games plus you receive the Official Trough T-shirt for the 2017-18 season.

Again in 2017-18, students will also have the opportunity to add a Collegiate Membership to the Razorback Foundation when purchasing the access pass. The Collegiate Membership enhances the access pass by providing an exclusive event with Coach Bret Bielema, private practice with Coach Mike Anderson, invitations to special events, Razorback Foundation rewards packet, early admission to select events and priority ticket access for the Southwest Classic football game in Dallas and bowl game seating (only available to Razorback Access Pass holders) and more.  *Based on availability

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6. Purchase your parking permit.


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7. Make sure that all your housing details are confirmed.


Double check your housing by reviewing your contract status on housing portal (found on the housing website) to make sure that all of your housing details are in order and ready to go for move-in day!

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