The University of Central Arkansas says there are four possible cases of mumps at the school.
Dr. Randy Pastor, UCA's Student Health Center medical director, tells the Log Cabin Democrat that three students went into the medical center with swelling on the side of their faces on Friday.
Pastor says there was an additional case Monday, but none of the cases have been confirmed as mumps. According to Pastor, all four students live off campus but none of the cases are related.
The university's students have been informed about the possible cases and given information about the disease.