The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service is a two-year graduate program with a new-generation curriculum, the Clinton School offers exciting opportunities in an extraordinary setting.
At the Clinton School, our students learn about global leadership and civic engagement both in the classroom and through our unique field service program, which provides academic credit for completing both local and international projects in places like China, Rwanda, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and the Sudan.
As one of three universities on the grounds of presidential libraries, the Clinton School promotes a vision of world leaders who are able to work effectively with individuals and organizations to build healthy, engaged and vibrant communities, both in Arkansas and throughout the globe. The Master of Public Service (MPS) degree and its focus on global equity are unique, as are the students who attend from around the world.
If you have any questions about the Clinton School, the application process or the Little Rock area as a place to live while you study, please contact Alex Thomas in our Admissions Office at 501-683-5228 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Arkansas Clinton School for Public Service provides a “single match” scholarship of an admitted student’s unused AmeriCorps Education Award for up to 5 qualified admitted AmeriCorps alums each year.