Colleges in Arkansas
Arkansas has a humid, subtropical climate and is typically divided into two regions: the highlands and the lowlands. This Southern state has a diverse economy, primarily relying on its service industry, aircraft, poultry, tourism, cotton, and rice trades. On top of that, Arkansas is one of the most affordable states to live in. Colleges in Arkansas range from public to private, for- and non-profit, and confer baccalaureate as well as masters degrees. The largest institution in the state is the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, and the most prestigious is considered the University of the Ozarks. Top tourism locations in Arkansas include the Little Rock Central High School (where desegregation began), the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, and Hot Springs National Park.