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1 Find Your Fit. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE One College Drive, Bentonville nwacc.edu

2 ABOUT NWACC NWACC has an average class size of 19 students per class. Accreditation The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges Facilities & Services Six locations in Benton and Washington counties New Center for Health Professions Melba Shewmaker Southern Region National Child Protection Training Center 24/7 Security Veterans Affairs Office Transfer Resources Office Enrollment 8,341 Credit Students (Fall 2012) Almost 20,000 served - College Credit - Workforce Development - Community Education - Adult Education - Concurrent Credit Academics 10 Transfer Degrees (AS and AA) 30 Associate of Applied Science Degrees 21 Technical Certificates 22 Certificates of Proficiency 94.7% - Nursing students passed NCL Examination on their first attempt 100 % - Physical Therapist Assistant students passed NTPAE Examination on their first attempt 100 % - EMT students passed Paramedic Licensure Examination on their first attempt 100% - Passed Fire Academy Certification Examination on their first attempt NWACC has helped me grow as a leader and as a responsible adult. Katy Falkenborg - NWACC Graduate Shewmaker Center for Workforce Technologies Faculty 141 full-time faculty members plus numerous parttime faculty 19 students is average class size 29% of faculty have doctoral degrees 60% of faculty have master s degrees 2 One College Drive, Bentonville nwacc.edu

3 DEGREES OFFERED WITH TRANSFER OPTION TRANSFER DEGREES If you re seeking transfer degrees, generally called Associate Degrees (AA, AS), you will complete your freshman and sophomore level general education requirements to transfer to a four-year institution and earn a bachelor s degree. Plan on transferring to another institution? Visit our Transfer Resources Office to learn more. Associate of Arts Associate of Arts (General Transfer) Associate of Arts in Teaching Middle School Math/Science Associate of Arts in Teaching Middle School Language Arts/Social Studies Associate of Arts in Teaching P-4 Education Track Associate of Science Associate of Science (General Transfer) Associate of Science in Agriculture, Food and Life Sciences Associate of Science in Business (University of Arkansas Walton College Transfer) Associate of Science in Business (General Transfer) Associate of Science in Computer Information Systems (University of Arkansas Walton College ISYS Transfer) ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAMS Online Associate of Arts Transfer Degree Program Associate of Arts General Transfer with Online Option Safety, Health, and HazMat Management with Online Option NWACC also offers blended degree programs in which you can choose from online, hybrid, and traditional on-campus classes to fulfill degree requirements. Most of the core courses required by various academic programs and degree options at NWACC are available online, and it is now possible to complete many of the required courses without coming to campus regularly. Exceptions to this include the Allied Health programs, which require classroom-based participation, and the Science Division that does not recommend online science courses for students seeking a transfer science degree or medical professions degree. NWACC is taking the lead in offering not just online courses, but also full degree programs that are online. If you re looking for the convenience of completing a degree without having to travel, NWACC s online degree programs provide an affordable local alternative to on-campus classes. Transferring but want to earn an associate degree? Ask about our reverse transfer agreement with the University of Arkansas. Online AA program This degree track includes all of the basic courses that are accepted at most four-year colleges and universities. This is an accelerated cohort program designed to allow you to concentrate on two eight-week online classes per term. It s called a cohort program because participants move through the courses with the same group of classmates. Courses are offered in a pre-determined sequence that will allow you to complete the associate degree in the shortest amount of time possible and to plan around family and work schedules. Classes are taken year-round (including summer sessions) for two years. Cohorts begin in January, May, and August. 3

4 DEGREES OFFERED Looking to join the workforce after graduation? An Associate of Applied Science Degree (AAS) or a certificate will give you the knowledge and skills needed to enter the workforce at various levels. These degrees are not designed to transfer to four-year institutions. In addition to the degrees listed below, we offer a variety of technical certificates and certificates of proficiency. Visit the website to see a complete list. ART Associate of Applied Science in Graphic Design BUSINESS Associate of Science in Business (University of Arkansas Walton College Transfer) Associate of Science in Business (General Transfer) Associate of Applied Science Options in Business Management Associate of Applied Science in Accounting Technology Option Associate of Applied Science in Banking and Finance Option Associate of Applied Science in Entrepreneurship Option Associate of Applied Science in General Business Associate of Applied Science in Retail Option Associate of Applied Science in Transportation & Logistics Management Option CAREER AND TECHNICAL Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts Associate of Applied Science in Baking and Pastry Arts Associate of Applied Science in Hospitality Management COMPUTER Associate of Applied Science in Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) Architectural Design, Mechanical Design, or Civil/Landscape Design Options Associate of Applied Science in Information Management & Applications Associate of Applied Science in Computer Networking CRIMINAL JUSTICE Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice Associate of Applied Science in Crime Scene Investigation EDUCATION Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education Associate of Arts in Teaching Middle School Math/Science Associate of Arts in Teaching Middle School Language Arts/Social Studies Associate of Arts in Teaching P-4 Education Track ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY Associate of Applied Science in Electronics Technology ENVIRONMENTAL AND REGULATORY SCIENCE Associate of Applied Science in Environmental Management Associate of Applied Science in Safety Health and Hazardous Materials Associate of Applied Science in Safety Health and Hazardous Materials (Online) FIRE SCIENCE Associate of Applied Science in Fire Science Administration and Technology HEALTH Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Associate of Applied Science in Paramedic Associate of Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant Associate of Applied Science in Respiratory Therapy Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Management HOMELAND SECURITY Associate of Applied Science in Homeland Security and Emergency Management LEGAL Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies 4 One College Drive, Bentonville nwacc.edu

5 DEGREES OFFERED BUSINESS BUSINESS PROGRAM NWACC offers a variety of progressive Associate of Applied Science degree options in business management. In the A.A.S. degree, you can concentrate on retail, accounting technology, banking, logistics, entrepreneurship and general business. These options are built around a common core of general education courses complemented by basic business and computer-based courses. Each option is then completed with courses that emphasize the specific area of concentration. Other A.A.S. degrees are offered in computer-aided design and computer information systems. The business and computer information division also has A.S. transfer program options: an A.S. in Business Administration to the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas, an A.S. in Computer Information Systems to the Sam M. Walton College of Business and the A.S. in Business Administration, General Business. The first two options use the same course materials and programs as the Walton College. The third program is designed around the state business core, which is largely used by public four-year institutions in Arkansas, outside the University of Arkansas System. ACCOUNTING The Associate of Applied Science degree option in Accounting Technology is designed to prepare you for entry-level positions as accounting paraprofessionals or accounting department employees. At NWACC, you have a great community of people who are there to support you and are there for you. James Miskimen - NWACC Student DEGREES OFFERED Associate of Science in Business (University of Arkansas Walton College Transfer) Associate of Science in Business (General Transfer) Associate of Applied Science Options in Business Management Associate of Applied Science in Accounting Technology Option Associate of Applied Science in Banking and Finance Option Associate of Applied Science in Entrepreneurship Option Associate of Applied Science in General Business Associate of Applied Science in Retail Option Associate of Applied Science in Transportation & Logistics Management Option 5

6 DEGREES OFFERED CULINARY & HOSPITALITY CULINARY The Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management programs continue to grow and adapt to offer a wide range of educational opportunities to match the ever expanding market. The faculty and staff of the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management department strive to give students every opportunity to learn the fundamentals of each of these fields. The education you receive at NWACC will provide a solid foundation for your future growth. CAREER OPTIONS Professional Chef Restaurant Owner Caterer Culinary Educator Food Research and Development Chef Pastry Chef Event Planner Hotel Management DEGREE OPTIONS Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts Associate of Applied Science in Baking and Pastry Arts Associate of Applied Science in Hospitality Management The Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management programs continue to grow and adapt to offer a wide range of educational opportunities to match the ever expanding market. 6 One College Drive, Bentonville nwacc.edu

7 DEGREES OFFERED COMPUTER SCIENCE COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN A CAD designer is a technical specialist who commonly works under the direct supervision of a licensed architect, engineer or as an independent design professional providing drafting and design services. INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND APPLICATIONS OPTION The AAS Degree in Computer Information Systems with the option in Information Management and Applications prepares students for entry-level positions such as computer software specialists, help desk assistants, graphic media designers, or office managers. COMPUTER NETWORKING OPTION The AAS Degree in Computer Information Systems with an option in Computer Networking prepares you for support positions in the fast growing field of network information systems and CISCO networking. GRAPHIC DESIGN Graphic design combines art and technology in creative ways to communicate ideas. The artist works with a variety of communication tools to convey a message from a client to a particular audience. The main tools of graphic design are images and typography. This program trains you in the theories of modern and classic design, as well as in the use of the industry standard software applications. COMPUTER PROGRAMMING APPLICATIONS OPTION The Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Information Systems with the option in Computer Programming Applications is designed to prepare individuals for careers in computer programming or analysis. NWACC offers options in Application Development, Web Development, and Database Development. 7

8 DEGREES OFFERED CRIMINAL JUSTICE & HOMELAND SECURITY CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAM The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Criminal Justice is an instructional program that describes the theories and practices of the American criminal justice system. It is designed to prepare you for employment in law enforcement, corrections, the courts, probation and parole, juvenile justice, or private security. The Criminal Justice program allows for the opportunity to obtain an AAS degree in Criminal Justice, as well as Certificate programs in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, Prevention and Corrections, Forensic Sciences, and Child Advocacy Studies. The AAS degree requires a minimum of 60 semester hours and, although it may be used as a stepping stone for students to obtain a bachelor s degree, it is designed as a terminal two-year specialty degree in Criminal Justice. CAREER OPTIONS Law Enforcement / Police Officer Probation Officer Parole Officer Community Correctional Worker Investigator Victim / Witness Advocate Asset Protection Forensic Scientist Private Scientist Private Security Crime Scene Investigation Law Enforcement Administration General Psychology CAREER POTENTIAL There are more than 18,000 criminal justice agencies in the United States employing over 2.5 million full-time employees. Public and private criminal justice agencies continue to grow each year, providing job opportunities across the nation. Most state and federal positions require a bachelor s degree, and it is becoming more important at county and municipal levels to have an associate degree. Salaries tend to vary based on the type of position, geographic location, and education. Reported salaries ranged from $29,000 to $50,000 annually. Federal and metropolitan areas tend to have higher salaries. HOMELAND SECURITY NWACC offers an Associate of Applied Science degree program in homeland security/emergency management. This is appropriate for you, if you currently are in an emergency response profession and want to update skills or if you are interested in entering the field of homeland security and emergency management. You can benefit from this program if you are a first responder, firefighter, corrections or criminal justice professional, emergency manager, if you work in health care or if you are a corporate or government worker. This degree also can be a stepping stone for those students pursuing a bachelor s degree, but the A.A.S. is a terminal, non-transferable degree. The degree objective is to provide you with an understanding of the fundamental principles of emergency management and an all-hazards approach to disaster planning, the ability to understand the basis of terrorism and its effect on society as well as procedures for countermeasures. 8 One College Drive, Bentonville nwacc.edu

9 DEGREES OFFERED ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ENVIRONMENTAL & REGULATORY SCIENCES NWACC s Division of Sciences and Mathematics offers a technical, competency-based Associate of Applied Science degree in Environmental Regulatory Science. Two options are available. One focuses on safety and health and the management of hazardous chemicals in the workplace. The other focuses on the management of environmental resources and GIS technology and software. As a graduate of either program, you will possess the skills to work for employers that include private industry, consulting firms and public utilities. Graduates may also work for such government agencies as EPA, OSHA or the Corps of Engineers. Approximately 90 percent have been successful within one year of graduation, having become employed in the field or seeking higher education in a related discipline. DEGREES OFFERED AGRICULTURE, FOOD & LIFE SCIENCE AGRICULTURE, FOOD, AND LIFE SCIENCES If you are interested in agriculture-related fields, NWACC offers an Associate of Science degree in agriculture, food and life sciences. This is a transfer degree designed for the student who wishes to major in agriculture-related disciplines. Students who follow the curriculum should be able to transfer all credits into the agriculture or agriculturerelated majors of their choices at state four-year universities. The majors include environmental science, plant science, poultry science, soil science, animal science, aquaculture/fisheries, horticulture, agronomy, turf management, pest management, feeds and feeding, nutrition or food science, biological engineering and human environmental science. Students planning to major in one of these areas should follow carefully the curriculum advised by the senior institution to which they will transfer. 9

10 DEGREES OFFERED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION With this Associate Degree you can: Become a Child Care Center Director Work with area Head Start programs Become an assistant teacher in public schools This is a great program to explore your desire to work with young children. Courses include: Child care guidance to understand managing your classroom Child Care Practicum 100 hours of experience in a licensed child care facility Administration of Child Care Curriculum aimed at preschool and infant/toddler ages Literacy and Language for Early Childhood Math and Science for Early Childhood You will leave the program with projects and curriculum you can implement in your own classroom. This is a great program to explore your desire to work with young children. You will have opportunities for face-to-face classroom experiences that translate into the real-world classroom. The Early Childhood Program at NWACC provides courses that will allow you to: Acquire the lower-division early childhood and child development foundations needed for completion of the A.A.S. degree at NWACC and employment in quality child care centers Develop broad perspectives of the disciplines by gaining an understanding of the underlying continuity of human development, understanding the relationship between child development and later development and success in life Understand the importance of the role of the early childhood professional in today s society Comprehend the value of critical thinking in analyzing current trends and issues impacting children and their families by developing a sociocultural view of child development Evaluate research as it pertains to children and families and draw sound conclusions to better inform your professional decisions. 10 One College Drive, Bentonville nwacc.edu

11 DEGREES OFFERED HEALTH PROFESSIONS HEALTH PROFESSIONS NorthWest Arkansas Community College offers a wide array of programs in the growing field of health professions and provides the opportunity for students to learn in a new 83,000-square-foot center that features state-of-the-art simulation labs and scenarios encouraging real-world collaborations. The new Center for Health Professions, which opened in January 2013, houses nursing, respiratory therapy, physical therapist assistant, paramedic, emergency medical technician, fire science, certified nurse assistant and patient care assistant programs. Simulation training using high-tech mannequins and collaboration among students throughout the health disciplines are key components of NWACC students education. For example, first responders can fine-tune skills of extricating crash victims from a mangled car and then paramedics /EMTs can practice loading the patient into the ambulance and administering care in the confined space that an ambulance presents. From there, respiratory therapy or nursing students have the opportunity to hone their skills in administering aid. The new center also allows NWACC to add new programs and to open up additional slots in some key areas. In fall 2013, the College added a program in the growing field of Health Information Management. NWACC graduates in the health professions have a high passage rate on the national licensing and credentialing exams needed to work in a variety of health care disciplines. For 14 consecutive years, the physical therapist assistant program has had a 100 percent pass rate for those taking the National Physical Therapy Assistant Examination for the first time. One NWACC graduate had a perfect 800 score on the exam in 2013, an extremely rare occurrence among thousands of test-takers across the nation. Passage rates in other disciplines such as nursing and EMT/paramedic fields exceeded 90 percent among first-time test-takers. 11

12 DEGREES OFFERED PARALEGAL 94% of respondents on the 2012 graduating student survey said they would recommend NWACC to a friend. The goal of the NWACC Paralegal Program is to train you in the practical application of American legal theory. NWACC s Paralegal Studies program has specific entrance requirements that must be met, and students who complete the program will receive an Associate of Applied Science degree. You will need excellent writing and communication skills, the ability to accept responsibility and take direction, and an aptitude for organizing legal ideas and factual materials. NWACC s Paralegal Studies program also teaches you about the ethical concerns of the legal profession and supports the general principles of ethical legal practice, professional responsibility, and the prohibition against the unauthorized practice of law by non-lawyers. The faculty are highly trained members of the legal community and include city attorneys, judges, corporate counsel, private attorneys and working paralegals who have experience teaching and are dedicated to helping students with their career goals. PARALEGAL STUDIES COURSES OFFERED AT NWACC Introduction to Law Legal Research Evidence Torts Civil Litigation Legal Writing Legal Ethics Real Estate Law Family Law Contracts Trial Practice Employment Law Bankruptcy Immigration Law Evidence Business Organizations Wills, Trusts and Probate 12 One College Drive, Bentonville nwacc.edu

13 CORPORATE LEARNING CORPORATE LEARNING PROGRAM NWACC Corporate Learning develops talent that creates a competitive advantage for individuals, organizations, and communities. NWACC Corporate Learning offers non-credit training in technical skills, computer skills, leadership development, teambuilding, quality improvement, customer service, communication, and specialized skillsets that directly meet your needs. In addition, we offer customer-based services such as needs analysis, curriculum development, facilitation, consulting, and state-of-the-art meeting facilities. WORKFORCE CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Project Management Apprenticeship Electrical Apprenticeship Plumbing Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Building Performance Institute (BPI): Building Analyst Certified Fiber Optic Technician Certified Fiber Optic Technician Outside Plant Certified Retail Analyst Shelf Management and Space Planning SHRM Essentials of HR Management Medical Billing and Coding Medical Interpreter SHRM Certification Prep Microsoft Office : Access, Excel, Word Contact the Corporate Learning Department by calling Our Corporate training team delivers innovative training and business services that help develop your team for maximum performance. Our staff brings real-world experience to your training partnership, with a focus on quality, cost-effectiveness, and convenience. Whether training is delivered on-site at your location or at an NWACC location, we are dedicated to providing you outcome driven solutions to enable you to achieve your business goal. 13

14 CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT Students in Early College Experience can take transferable college core curriculum courses while still in high school or complete technical certificate programs while in high school. EARLY COLLEGE EXPERIENCE (ECE) Early College Experience (ECE) offers you the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school either through classes offered at their high school or through the NTI Secondary Career Center (SCC). NWACC has partnered with area high schools to offer transferable college classes to high school students during the school day in areas such as English, math, science and history. In addition, you can earn college credit in criminal justice, culinary arts, dental assisting and certified nursing assistant/patient care assistant through NWACC s partnership with SCC. CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT What is Concurrent Enrollment? Concurrent Enrollment simply means that a high school student is enrolled in both high school and college courses. Concurrent Enrollment is available at NWACC through regular admissions or through Early College Experience. How is Early College Experience different from On-Campus Concurrent Enrollment? Both choices allow a high school student to take college courses while still enrolled in high school. ECE classes are only offered during the school day. ECE classes offered at the high school provide convenience to students who do not want to travel to campus. Students taking ECE classes through the SCC do have to travel to class, but the classes are during the school day and are at no cost to the student. Funding for the SCC courses comes from the Arkansas Department of Career Education. 14 One College Drive, Bentonville nwacc.edu

15 CAMPUS LIFE There is a lot happening at NWACC! In addition to outstanding academic programs, NWACC provides some great out of the classroom opportunities. Studies have shown that involvement in student activities promotes student success. One of the best ways to get involved is to join a campus club or organization. NWACC hosts academic clubs, service clubs, cultural clubs, special interest clubs, business and professional clubs, leadership clubs, activist clubs, a student government, a student ambassador board, opportunities to be part of the college newspaper, and intramural sports. With more than 25 student organizations on campus, you are sure to find your fit. STUDENT ORGANIZATONS Arkansas Coalition for the DREAM Art Club at NWACC Baptist Collegiate Ministry Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship Climbing Club at NWACC Creative Writing Club Cru at NWACC Drama Club at NWACC Emergency Preparedness Club Enactus (formerly SIFE ) Gamma Beta Phi Gay-Straight Alliance Hispanic Scholarship Fund Chapter Hmong Culture Club International Students Club Latin Culture Club Legion of Logic National Society of Leadership & Success Pacific Islanders Club Saudi Student Club Sigma Kappa Delta Student Ambassador and Activities Board Student Government Association Student Nurses Association Vets on Campus STUDENT ACTIVITIES Honors Program Geared toward motivated and intellectually gifted students who want more out of their education, the NWACC Honors Program offers a curriculum of small, challenging classes, sponsors special events, provides experiential learning activities and travel opportunities. Program members are eligible to apply for annual, member-only scholarships. Contact Student Newspaper The NWACC EagleView is a student-run newspaper that provides up-to-date information about NWACC and current events related to students. Service Learning A teaching and learning strategy that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning. MUSIC PROGRAMS NWACC Orchestra NWACC Chamber Singers Jazz Band Brass Connection 15

16 STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES ACADEMIC ADVISING CENTER The Academic Advising Center is responsible for providing timely and effective academic guidance that empowers you to achieve your individual educational goals. ACADEMIC SUCCESS CENTER The Academic Success Center (ASC) offers instructional, supplemental, and computer assistance to support your efforts to achieve academic success. Tutoring services and workshops are offered by CRLA certified tutors in the areas of math, science, and basic computer skills. CAREER PATHWAYS The Arkansas Career Pathways program is designed to provide support services for parents attending college classes. The goal is to help individuals become self-sufficient by increasing employability skills through higher education and training. CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER The Career Development Center provides career readiness workshops, seminars, career fairs, career advising, career assessments and posts jobs for students. DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER The primary mission of the Disability Resource Center (DRC) is to ensure equal access to educational opportunities for students with disabilities at NWACC. To learn more about the DRC, please contact us at (479) or STUDENT TECHNOLOGY HELP DESK Our group of support people are responsible for assisting you with your technology-related questions and problems. Some of the more common things that we assist with are log-ins, passwords and browser problems. We also help with wireless setups and provide Blackboard Level 1 support. TESTING CENTER The mission of NWACC Testing Services is to uphold the vision and values of the institution by testing you and assessing your knowledge, skills, and abilities as they relate to higher education. This is accomplished through the use of written and computer-adapted assessment and testing instruments. NWACC Testing Services adheres to NCTA Professional Standards and Guidelines. TRANSFER RESOURCES The Transfer Resources office provide the resources and services for a successful transfer experience. Some resources and services include contacts for university representatives, Transfer Ready Education and Development Series (TREADS) course equivalency guides, and an online calendar of campus transfer events. VETERANS RESOURCE CENTER Our Veterans Resource Center assists military veterans with tuition assistance, registration and more. GLOBAL COMMUNITIES CENTER The Global Communities Center supports our international students and LIFE outreach program, and provides assistance to other non-immigrant students and their dependents as well as other internationally educated domestic students. STUDENT INFORMATION CENTER The Student Information Center assists you with directions, voter registration, campus event information, provides a phone and fax machine service, and more. STUDENT RECORDS The Student Records department assists you with registration, degree audits, graduation applications, change of majors, transcript requests and more. 16 One College Drive, Bentonville nwacc.edu

17 FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS Financial assistance includes grants, loans, scholarships and work study. Over 60% of NWACC students receive some sort of financial assistance. Who is eligible to apply for scholarships? The College s scholarship program is designed to accommodate almost any student. Anyone can apply, but you will be required to enroll before receiving the funds. Certain scholarships have requirements like a minimum GPA or ACT, but there are also general scholarships that may be based on other criteria like demonstrated financial need. When can I apply for scholarships? Scholarship applications will be accepted for the following academic year during the prior winter/spring. So, for the academic year the scholarship application period will be open from December 2, 2013, through February 24, How do I apply for Scholarships? To apply for NWACC Scholarships follow these steps: 1. Visit 2. Complete the application found online; only completed applications will be considered. Questions? Contact the Financial Aid Office at How do I apply for Financial Aid? To apply for Federal Financial Aid follow these steps: 1. Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at to apply for Federal Pell Grant, Direct Student Loans and Work Study. NWACC School code is Apply Early as it may take up to 1 week for your application to be sent to our school for processing and 3-4 weeks to complete your file after it is received. 3. Complete File by going to My NWACC Connection and selecting Financial Aid and then Financial Aid Status to view required documents. 4. Check NWACC as all financial aid correspondence will be sent to your NWACC account. SCHEDULE A VISIT Considering NWACC? Campus visits are given throughout the week. To schedule a visit, go to the NWACC homepage, click on future students, and then click on Schedule Campus Tour or call Campus Visits Include: Admissions Sessions Financial Aid Session Campus Tour Additional department meetings will be offered. If you would like to meet with a specific department in addition to the ones listed above, just let us know. The small classes are amazing to me! I m able to go to my professors and ask for help, and they are always more than willing to assist. Serenity Lewis - NWACC Graduate 17

18 LOCATIONS & TUITION MAIN CAMPUS LOCATIONS Burns Hall One College Drive Bentonville, AR / Center for Health Professions One College Drive Bentonville, AR / Becky Paneitz Student Center One College Drive Bentonville, AR / Shewmaker Center for Global Business Development 900 S.E. Eagle Way Bentonville, AR / Shewmaker Center for Workforce Technologies 1000 S.E. Eagle Way Bentonville, AR Melba Shewmaker Southern Region NCPTC 1202 S.E. Eagle Way Bentonville, AR / OFF-CAMPUS CENTERS Washington County Center 693 White Road, Suite B Springdale, AR / Farmington Center 275 Rheas Mill Road Farmington, AR Center for Non-Profits 1200 West Walnut Rogers, AR NWACC at The Jones Center 922 East Emma Avenue Springdale, AR Online - Distance Learning TUITION AND FEES Tuition and Fees are Assessed per Credit Hour Fee Structure: In-District Resident* Out-of-District Out-of-State International Resident*** Tuition $75.00 $ $ $ Learning Support Fee $8.50 $8.50 $8.50 $8.50 Technology Fee $10.75 $10.75 $10.75 $10.75 Security Fee $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 Library Resource Fee $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 Facility Maintenance Fee $2.00 $2.00 $2.00 $2.00 Health Professions Tech Fee** $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 Additional Fees per Course Apply to the Following Courses: Science Lab Fee $50.00 $50.00 $50.00 $50.00 Distance Learning Fee $43.00 $43.00 $43.00 $43.00 Hybrid Learning Fee $22.00 $22.00 $22.00 $22.00 Culinary Program Fee $ $ $ $ * Residents of Bentonville and Rogers School Districts ** Additional Fee Applies Only to Students in Health Professions *** A $15.00 per Credit Hour International Fee also Applies 18 One College Drive, Bentonville nwacc.edu

19 ENROLLMENT ENROLLMENT STEPS First Time College Students - any student who has not earned college credit after high school graduation 1. Apply - visit 2. Begin the financial aid process by completing your FAFSA at 3. Submit Placement test scores - ACT or COMPASS 4. Submit a final high school transcript or GED score report 5. Submit immunization records showing proof of 2 MMR immunizations 6. Sign up for Advising Appointment 7. Register for Class 8. Complete orientation Transfer Students - any student who has earned previous college credit 1. Apply - visit 2. Begin the financial aid process by completing your FAFSA at 3. Submit previous college transcripts 4. Submit immunization records showing proof of 1 MMR immunization 5. Sign up for Advising Appointment 6. Register for Class Returning Students - any student who has previously earned college credit at NWACC 1. Apply - visit You may be asked to submit the following documents if they are not on file: Previous transcripts Immunization records 2. Begin the financial aid process by completing your FAFSA at 3. Submit previous college transcripts 4. Submit immunization records showing proof of 1 MMR immunization 5. Sign up for Advising Appointment 6. Register for Class PLEASE COMPLETE BEFORE FIRST DAY OF CLASS Submit immunization records (If not completed already). Visit college catalog for specific requirements. Get a student photo ID on the 2nd floor of the Student Center. Pick up parking hang tag at Public Safety Office. Make arrangements with the Cashier s Office to pay tuition and fees. Buy your books. Have questions or want to meet with an Enrollment Specialist? Contact the Office of Admissions at or Interested in more information? Fill out the contact information below for a specialized package based on your current educational interests. NAME: ADDRESS: CITY: STATE: ZIP DOB: E MAIL: Please indicate your areas of interest:

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