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    Accessible Recreation

    The University of Arkansas strives to make recreation accessible. Students can borrow a wide-range of equipment through the Outdoor Connection Center, participate in classes through the fitness and wellness programs or take part in club and intramural sports. Check out our complete list of the top 25 colleges for Outside readers.

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    Students have access to climbing walls, bouldering walls and a variety of outdoor rentals, including road and mountain bikes.

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    Willard Hall

    The Sam M. Walton College of Business is ranked as the 24th top public business school in the country, while the department of food science's Ph.D. program was ranked top five.

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    Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station

    The AAES is a state-wide organization providing research support for Arkansas farmers, food processors and related industries. Students study the issues that impact families and the natural resources of Arkansas agriculture.

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    Calling the Hogs

    Tusk, a 380-pound Russian boar is the school's mascot, and the school's best-known cheer is the hog call: "Wooo, Pig, Sooie."

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    Dale Bumpers College

    Through the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food & Life Sciences, students have access to a variety of internship programs and USADA-funded projects.

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    Outdoor Scholarships

    Unique scholarships like the Harold and Margaret Hedges Memorial Scholarship In Ornithology recognize the close relationship between the school and nature.

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