UAMS License Plate

Show your support for UAMS, Arkansas' only comprehensive academic health center, with a special license plate! You can request the plate, featuring the UAMS logo and image of the campus, at any state revenue office. Purchasing the plate includes a $25 tax-deductible contribution to scholarships for UAMS students in its five colleges and graduate school.

The plate can be purchased at any time, whether or not it is time to renew a license but the expiration date will remain the same. This means the applicant must pay the special fees again at the regular renewal date.

Issuance of collegiate license plates is restricted to passenger cars, half-ton and three-quarter ton trucks and one-ton trucks used for private transportation. In addition to normal annual registration fees, which vary depending on the vehicle type, the annual fees for specialty plates include the $25 scholarship contribution and a $10 state administrative fee.

Collegiate Special License Plate Form

Completed forms must be mailed or brought to a revenue office where the plates are available.

Personalized License Plate

The UAMS license plate can be personalized with up to four characters for an additional $25.

Personalized Collegiate Plate Form

Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer License Plate
A special Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer license plate also is available, supporting work at the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute. The Breast Cancer Research Fund receives $25 for each plate issued to be used by the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute for the purpose of breast cancer education, outreach and research.

Breast Cancer Form
Breast Cancer Personalized Form


Did You Know?

The plates are the brainchild of a UAMS medical student, Diego Espinoza of Fayetteville, a 2014 graduate. As a second-year medical student in 2011, he led the effort to create the new license plate. “I had seen specialty plates for other universities and organizations in the state and was surprised that UAMS didn’t have one,” he said. He pitched the idea to students his first year at school with the help of a potential plate design put together by his younger brother, Daniel. The project gained steam after he ran it by College of Medicine and UAMS marketing administrators, who worked with the state to create the new plate.

Espinoza, who has one of the plates himself, said he’s happy that students, employees and Arkansans have a fun way to show their support for UAMS. “That the license plate purchases will provide scholarship funds is icing on the cake for me,” he said.