F.A.Q.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the University of Health and Performance?

UHP is a pioneer among the health and fitness education community. We are on a mission to educate and empower students to discover renewed purpose through a 4-dimensional approach to education: Think, Train, Feel, and Lead.

Where is the University of Health and Performance located?

UHP is located on a multi-site spread in Northwest Arkansas to include a 500-acre campus in the city of Gentry. The overnight and training campus address is 25200 Ranch Road, Gentry, AR 72734. Students choosing to use airline travel use the nearby airport, Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA).

Who is eligible to apply to UHP?

Student of the University of Health & Performance must:
     -Be at least 18 year of age at the start of the term selected
     -Have a high school diploma or GED
    -Possess a valid driver's license, government-issued ID card, or U.S. passport (for travel purposes)
     -Be physically and mentally fit to participate
     -No felony convictions on record

How long will the Cornerstone Course take to complete?

The Cornerstone Course takes 3 weeks to complete.  This time will be spent in-person and on-site, diving into the practical application of the curriculum. Prior to graduation and departure from the course, each student will sit for their standardized personal training exam and receive a diploma for the course.

What certifications will I receive after completing the Cornerstone Course?

Upon completion of the Cornerstone Course, each student will receive a certificate of completion for the course, a CPR/AED certification, and a personal training certification upon successful completion of the final exam.

Are there scholarship opportunities?

Yes, UHP is supported strongly with partnered organizations that offer scholarship opportunities for incoming students to cover the costs of the tuition and fees associated with the program. Please let the admissions team know if you are interested in finding out more.