The list of University of Arkansas Alumni includes distinguished alumni, faculty, and leaders of the University of Arkansas.
Up until 1982, the president was the chief administrative officer of the Fayetteville campus. After 1982, the position of chancellor was created to be the top administrator at the Fayetteville campus, and the title of president referred to the University of Arkansas System.
|Noah P. Gates||1871–1873|
|Albert W. Bishop||1873–1875|
|Noah P. Gates||1875–1877|
|Daniel Harvey Hill||1877–1884|
|George M. Edgar||1884–1887|
|Edward H. Murfee||1887–1894|
|John L. Buchanan||1894–1902|
|Henry S. Hartzog||1902–1905|
|John N. Tillman||1905–1912|
|John Hugh Reynolds (acting)||1912–1913|
|John C. Futrall||1913–1939|
|J. William Fulbright||1939–1941|
|Arthur M. Harding||1941–1947|
|Lewis Webster Jones||1947–1951|
|John T. Caldwell||1952–1959|
|Storm Whaley (acting)||1959–1960|
|David Wiley Mullins||1960–1974|
|Charles E. Bishop||1974–1980|
|James E. Martin*||1980–1982|
*Martin continued to serve as President of the University of Arkansas System after 1982.
Up until 1982, the president was the chief administrative officer of the Fayetteville campus. After 1982, the position of chancellor was created to be the top administrator at the Fayetteville campus.
|John A. White||1997–2008|
|Dr. G. David Gearhart||2008–2015|
|Joseph E. Steinmetz||2016–present|
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