The Amateur Radio Club of the University of Arkansas (ARCUA) is a student-run organization that welcomes UA students, faculty, and staff to participate. We are devoted to amateur radio, often called “ham radio,” where we enjoy using and experimenting with radio technology as a hobby. Amateur radio is also a service— a vital service— that has saved lives when regular communication systems have failed. READ MORE…
ARCUA is celebrating 100 YEARS as a club on the UA campus in 2016!
Hey, all... it's that time again... time for the yearly ARRL November Sweepstakes! The contest starts at 3pm local time. We'll be meeting in the W5YM shack (SCEN-736) at 2pm on Saturday (Nov 21) to review a few things before the contest gets underway. Can't make it at...read more
The first ARCUA meeting of the Fall 2015 semester will be conducted in the club Shack (Science Engineering room 736, SCEN-736) on Tuesday, September 15th, 2015 @6:30pm. Everyone (members, friends, alumni, faculty, staff) are welcome to attend. Hope to see you there!read more
Field Day 2015 is now over and done, but a great time was had by all! A full gallery of event pictures can be found at the end of this post... We operated Field Day once again as K5GOE and finished the event with 223 QSOs, including 22 digital contacts. We've had...read more
Weekly Lunch Meeting
Meet us for lunch alternating Wednesdays and Thursdays 11:30am-1:00pm ARKU Food Court
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!