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Clinton School Campus

The University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service is located in downtown Little Rock, Ark., with facilities on the grounds of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and in the heart of the city’s thriving River Market District.

The Clinton School’s main campus is located at Sturgis Hall in the historic Choctaw Station of the Rock Island Railroad. A generous grant from the Roy and Christine Sturgis Charitable and Educational Trust funded the renovation of the Choctaw Station, which has two classrooms fitted with advanced audiovisual technology, a commons, student lounge area, library reading room, administrative and faculty offices, and conference areas.

The Clinton School's River Market Campus is located on the third floor of the historic 1882 Porbeck & Bowman Building, just six blocks from the main campus. With two large classrooms, along with office and meeting space, the River Market Campus is part of the Central Arkansas Library System’s new Arkansas Studies Institute, an archival and research center dedicated to Arkansas history. Additionally, the student center is located in the Arcade Building at 100 River Market Avenue.

Just a short walk from the city’s main public library and an array of shops, restaurants, and night spots, the Clinton School provides a true urban campus for students and faculty. Near the intersection of major interstates I-30 and I-40 and only 10 minutes from Little Rock National Airport, the Clinton School is an easy destination for visitors interested in learning more about public service.

For more information on visiting Little Rock, go to, and for more on the Clinton Center, visit

For a personal tour or an appointment with an admissions representative please call 501-683-5228 or email

Virtual Tour

Take a virtual tour of our facilities. Note: Virtual tour works best on desktop computers.

Sturgis Hall

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Clinton School Speaker Series
Inspiring Ideas Into Action.

The Clinton School Speaker Series not only enhances the education of Clinton School students, but also provides a venue for the public to engage in intellectual discussions on the issues of the day.