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Residential Life

University of Arkansas Pine Bluff's residential campus encourages a sense of community, where your experiences with fellow students will enrich your academic experience.

Through residence hall living, the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff strives to provide an atmosphere where students can learn and effectively pursue their academic and personal goals. In addition, the Residential Life staff attempts to create a community where ideas are freely discussed, topics of concern are explored, individuals develop new skills, and a sense of community is fostered among all residents. The major emphasis of university housing at UAPB is education. Living on campus gives students the opportunity to reach their potential as well rounded individuals through living in a community of people with a variety of needs, interests, and philosophies. RESIDENTIAL LIFE: WHERE TOMORROW BEGINS TODAY!! Apply for housing and meals

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Residence Halls

The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff houses over 1000 students on its campus. Hunt Hall and the Harrold Complex each feature rooms on double loaded corridors with common area bath facilities. They also all feature computer labs, snack kitchens, laundry facilities, study rooms, telephones and cable television in all rooms, study rooms, and lobbies. Internet access is available in all rooms as well. Hunt Hall houses male students. The Harrold Complex, consisting of four halls, Johnson, Copeland, Fischer, and Stevens is for females with freshman females assigned to Johnson and Copeland.

 The Johnny B. Johnson Complex is the most modern residential complex on the UAPB campus. JBJ, as it is referred to by its residents, can house 288 students. 8 students are assigned to a 4 bedroom suite which includes 2 baths, a living and dining area, and a small kitchen with a full sized refrigerator and microwave oven. JBJ has its own dining and laundry facilities that are exclusively for the use of its residents. The Upperclassmen Honor Suites are located at JBJ. Occupancy at JBJ is limited to those students with a minimum of 30 hours and a minimum GPA of 2.0. Preference is given to those students with at least two semesters of on-campus residency.

Built in 1991, The Johnny B. Johnson Housing Complex was named in honor of Dr. Johnny B. Johnson, former Chancellor of the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. J.B.J. has nine buildings and houses a total of 288 male & female students.

Built in 1955, Hunt Hall was named in memory of Silas Hunt, the first black law student at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Hunt Hall has two floors and houses 134 male students.

Built in 1964, The Harrold Complex, was named in memory of Mrs. Norma E. Harrold, former Dean of Women, It has 4 halls and houses a total of 512 male and female students. Johnson Hall, named in honor of Ms. Nettie E. Johnson was a graduate of the class of 1903, Copeland Hall, was named in memory of Ernestine Inez Copeland, Fischer Hall, was named in memory of Ms. Rubye G. Fischer a former principal of the J.C. Corbin Laboratory School, and Stevens Hall, was named for the late Maggie R. Stevens a former counselor at Branch Normal College.

The newest residence hall at the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff is the new Delta Housing Complex. Built in 2003, the Delta Housing Complex offers first class living accommodations. This suite style complex has 104 private rooms & 140 double rooms and it houses 388 students.


Select dormitories are available during the Summer sessions for conference and workshop attendees at the following rates:

Double Occupancy:
   Johnny B. Johnson Housing Complex
   Delta Housing Complex
   Harrold Living/Learning Center
   All other Residence Halls
 Single Occupancy:
    Johnny B. Johnson Housing Complex 925.00
    Delta Housing Complex
    Harrold Living/Learning Center  890.00
    All other Residence Halls  870.00

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
Residential Life
Mail Slot 4933
Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71611