NorthWest Arkansas Community College to Offer New Location

BENTONVILLE, AR – For NorthWest Arkansas Community College (NWACC) students living in Fayetteville, Springdale, and other towns within Washington County, taking classes is going to get even more convenient. 

The college is building a new Washington County facility in Springdale, AR. The facility will house the courses and services that are currently offered at its smaller Washington County, Farmington, and Jones Center locations. The college plans to have the new building completed in October, and open to students for the Spring 2020 semester.

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The facility will offer courses in general education, nursing, health information management, and emergency medical response and house NWACC’s High School Relations which oversees the early college experience program. The new building is designed to initially accommodate up to 2,000 students, with the 20-acre site having space for future expansion.

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