David W. Mullins Library is located in the center of campus. It is the third largest library in the state of Arkansas next to the Clinton Presidential Library and The Dean B. Ellis Library at Arkansas State University. It contains 4 floors of information in almost every kind of modern medium. This includes several special archives related to Arkansas history. It is also one of the newer buildings on campus. It is named after David Wiley Mullins, who was the president of the university from 1960 to 1974 (its second longest serving president), and helped create the University of Arkansas System, brokering a series of mergers.
The Arkansas Union, (sometimes referred to simply as the union) is at the center of campus and student life. It contains a large computer lab with over 70 computers, coffee shop (RZ's) that also hosts various cultural events, movie theater, auditorium, ball room, food court, text book... Read More