July 31, 2014

  • Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31 (today)
  • Tax-Free Weekend at NWACC Bookstore
  • Fall Forum – Friday, August 22
  • Attention Faculty and Staff: New Hangtags are here! (new)
  • NWACC Equality
  • Attention: Writers, Actors, Theater Lovers
  • New Class on Analyzing Comics and Graphic Novels

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31 (Today)

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board (SAAB) will host a blood drive on July 31 (today) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in SC 108 B.

Blood donation needs are great in the summer. Please come out and donate to this great need. For more information and to sign up, please contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Tax-Free Weekend at NWACC Bookstore

Your NWACC Bookstore will be open Saturday, August 2, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for Arkansas Tax Free Weekend!

Come by during this time to save on your textbook and supplies. Paying with financial aid? Don’t worry… .if you submit an online order anytime between August 2 at 12:01 a.m. – August 3 at 11:59 p.m. tax-free status will be honored when your order is processed.

We hope to see you then!

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Fall Forum – Friday, August 22

The 2014 Fall Forum will be held Friday, August 22,  from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. in Burns Hall, White Auditorium.

Light pastries, coffee and tea will be served immediately following the forum in the Burns Hall Lobby. We hope to see you there!

Attention Faculty and Staff: New Hangtags are here!

Beginning Monday August 4, hangtags will be available for distribution.

If you have not already renewed your payroll deduction, fill out the online parking deduction form found on the NWACC website at:  https://www.nwacc.edu/wed/nwacc/parkingGuidelines,php

Be sure to remember to print your receipt!!

Cash payments, for parking fees, must be done at the Cashier’s Office.  Make your payment and be sure your receipt indicates the payment was for parking.

Part-Time Faculty/Staff with Reserved Spaces:  You must pay for your reserved space at the Cashier’s Office-may not be done via payroll deduct.  Be sure to keep your receipt.

**For General Surface Faculty/Staff Parking:  take your receipt and your NWACC ID to the Public Safety Office in Burns hall.

**For Reserved Faculty/Staff Parking:  take your receipt and NWACC ID to Cheri Kahle in BH1206.

NWACC Equality

NWACC Equality is a campuswide network of individuals who can act as resources for members of the campus community. The purpose of NWACC Equality is to provide a judgment-free, all inclusive, and bias-free environment for members of the college community by equipping faculty and staff with the knowledge necessary to promote a positive environment for anyone on campus who feels they are treated differently because of their race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, legal status, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and marital or family status on campus. In training Equality allies, NWACC Equality seeks to provide a system of support for all members of the college community. The primary responsibility of an Equality Ally is to support individuals, connect with them through positive interaction, and create an inclusive environment regardless of differences. If you are a faculty or staff member and would like to become an NWACC Equality Ally, are interested in education or training for your department, or would like more information about our program please contact us at equality@nwacc.edu .

Attention: Writers, Actors, Theatre Lovers

Do you have stories to tell? Ever thought about how it would be to have actors read your words on a stage? Have you ever wanted to perform and help develop new work by NWACC students?

Playwriting I, DRAM 2303, will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the fall 2014 semester.

More information is available in the attached flier.

New Class on Analyzing Comics and Graphic Novels

Check out the new English department offering, ENGL 2413, Special Topics in English for the fall term. The class is taught by Dr. Will Allred, who has had a lifelong interest in comics and graphic novels. Class meets Mondays at 6 p.m. during the fall term. Completion of English Composition I and II are required or permission from the English department. Check it out!

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

 

 

July 30, 2014

• Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31
• Tax-Free Weekend at NWACC Bookstore
• Fall Forum — Friday, August 22 (new)
• NWACC Equality
• Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014
• Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!
• Attention: Writers, Actors, Theatre Lovers
• New Class on Analyzing Comics and Graphic Novels

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board (SAAB) will host a blood drive on July 31 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in SC 108 B.

Blood donation needs are great in the summer. Please come out and donate to this great need. For more information and to sign up, please contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Tax-Free Weekend at NWACC Bookstore

Your NWACC Bookstore will be open Saturday, August 2, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for Arkansas Tax Free Weekend!

Come by during this time to save on your textbook and supplies. Paying with financial aid? Don’t worry… .if you submit an online order anytime between August 2 at 12:01 a.m. – August 3 at 11:59 p.m. tax-free status will be honored when your order is processed.

We hope to see you then!

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Fall Forum – Friday, August 22

The 2014 Fall Forum will be held Friday, August 22,  from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. in Burns Hall, White Auditorium.

Light pastries, coffee and tea will be served immediately following the forum in the Burns Hall Lobby. We hope to see you there!

NWACC Equality

NWACC Equality is a campuswide network of individuals who can act as resources for members of the campus community. The purpose of NWACC Equality is to provide a judgment-free, all inclusive, and bias-free environment for members of the college community by equipping faculty and staff with the knowledge necessary to promote a positive environment for anyone on campus who feels they are treated differently because of their race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, legal status, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and marital or family status on campus. In training Equality allies, NWACC Equality seeks to provide a system of support for all members of the college community. The primary responsibility of an Equality Ally is to support individuals, connect with them through positive interaction, and create an inclusive environment regardless of differences. If you are a faculty or staff member and would like to become an NWACC Equality Ally, are interested in education or training for your department, or would like more information about our program please contact us at equality@nwacc.edu .

A related flier is attached.

Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014

Individuals just need to follow these few simple steps each semester:
Step 1) Fill out the employee waiver fee application and liability/medical release form. (Forms are also located in NWACC Fitness Center).

Step 2) Take the employee fee waiver form to Human Resources. HR will stamp the application; providing you are on staff.

Step 3) Take the forms back to the Fitness Center, BH 2325, and return to supervisor.

Step 4) If needed, a Fitness Center supervisor will give you an orientation on how to use the equipment and develop a personal work-out program.
NOTE: Remember we do have showers and locker space for use; but please remove your locks on a daily basis. Please keep the NWACC Fitness Center in an organized matter so all can enjoy!

The application is attached.

Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! Your Foundation is looking for members of our NWACC family to participate in the iGive Campaign Leadership Team.

Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event during the Fall semester. Time commitment is flexible with your schedule. iGive is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to participate in the College’s philanthropic efforts which support the employee assistance fund, student scholarships, clubs/orgs, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund.

It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and all the ways our dedicated faculty and staff impact the lives of our learners. To join the team or get more details, please contact Amy Benincosa at (479) 619-4321 or abenincosa@nwacc.edu

Attention: Writers, Actors, Theatre Lovers

Do you have stories to tell? Ever thought about how it would be to have actors read your words on a stage? Have you ever wanted to perform and help develop new work by NWACC students?

Playwriting I, DRAM 2303, will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the fall 2014 semester.

More information is available in the attached flier.

New Class on Analyzing Comics and Graphic Novels

Check out the new English department offering, ENGL 2413, Special Topics in English for the fall term. The class is taught by Dr. Will Allred, who has had a lifelong interest in comics and graphic novels. Class meets Mondays at 6 p.m. during the fall term. Completion of English Composition I and II are required or permission from the English department. Check it out!

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

 

 

July 29, 2014

• Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31
• Tax-Free Weekend at NWACC Bookstore
• NWACC Equality
• Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014
• Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!
• Attention: Writers, Actors, Theatre Lovers
• New Class on Analyzing Comics and Graphic Novels
• NWACC in the News (2 new items)

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board (SAAB) will host a blood drive on July 31 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in SC 108 B.

Blood donation needs are great in the summer. Please come out and donate to this great need. For more information and to sign up, please contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Tax-Free Weekend at NWACC Bookstore

Your NWACC Bookstore will be open Saturday, August 2, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for Arkansas Tax Free Weekend!

Come by during this time to save on your textbook and supplies. Paying with financial aid? Don’t worry… .if you submit an online order anytime between August 2 at 12:01 a.m. – August 3 at 11:59 p.m. tax-free status will be honored when your order is processed.

We hope to see you then!

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

NWACC Equality

NWACC Equality is a campuswide network of individuals who can act as resources for members of the campus community. The purpose of NWACC Equality is to provide a judgment-free, all inclusive, and bias-free environment for members of the college community by equipping faculty and staff with the knowledge necessary to promote a positive environment for anyone on campus who feels they are treated differently because of their race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, legal status, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and marital or family status on campus. In training Equality allies, NWACC Equality seeks to provide a system of support for all members of the college community. The primary responsibility of an Equality Ally is to support individuals, connect with them through positive interaction, and create an inclusive environment regardless of differences. If you are a faculty or staff member and would like to become an NWACC Equality Ally, are interested in education or training for your department, or would like more information about our program please contact us at equality@nwacc.edu .

A related flier is attached.

Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014

Individuals just need to follow these few simple steps each semester:
Step 1) Fill out the employee waiver fee application and liability/medical release form. (Forms are also located in NWACC Fitness Center).

Step 2) Take the employee fee waiver form to Human Resources. HR will stamp the application; providing you are on staff.

Step 3) Take the forms back to the Fitness Center, BH 2325, and return to supervisor.

Step 4) If needed, a Fitness Center supervisor will give you an orientation on how to use the equipment and develop a personal work-out program.
NOTE: Remember we do have showers and locker space for use; but please remove your locks on a daily basis. Please keep the NWACC Fitness Center in an organized matter so all can enjoy!

The application is attached.

Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! Your Foundation is looking for members of our NWACC family to participate in the iGive Campaign Leadership Team.

Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event during the Fall semester. Time commitment is flexible with your schedule. iGive is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to participate in the College’s philanthropic efforts which support the employee assistance fund, student scholarships, clubs/orgs, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund.

It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and all the ways our dedicated faculty and staff impact the lives of our learners. To join the team or get more details, please contact Amy Benincosa at (479) 619-4321 or abenincosa@nwacc.edu

Attention: Writers, Actors, Theatre Lovers

Do you have stories to tell? Ever thought about how it would be to have actors read your words on a stage? Have you ever wanted to perform and help develop new work by NWACC students?

Playwriting I, DRAM 2303, will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the fall 2014 semester.

More information is available in the attached flier.

New Class on Analyzing Comics and Graphic Novels

Check out the new English department offering, ENGL 2413, Special Topics in English for the fall term. The class is taught by Dr. Will Allred, who has had a lifelong interest in comics and graphic novels. Class meets Mondays at 6 p.m. during the fall term. Completion of English Composition I and II are required or permission from the English department. Check it out!

NWACC in the News

Benton County Daily Record

 College To Move Adult Education

KNWA

NWACC Explores the Possibility of Adding Athletics

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

 

 

July 28, 2014

• Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31
• Tax-Free Weekend at NWACC Bookstore (new)
• NWACC Equality
• Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014
• Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!
• Attention: Writers, Actors, Theatre Lovers
• New Class on Analyzing Comics and Graphic Novels
• NWACC in the News (6 new items)

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board (SAAB) will host a blood drive on July 31 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in SC 108 B.

Blood donation needs are great in the summer. Please come out and donate to this great need. For more information and to sign up, please contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Tax-Free Weekend at NWACC Bookstore

Your NWACC Bookstore will be open Saturday, August 2, from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for Arkansas Tax Free Weekend!

Come by during this time to save on your textbook and supplies. Paying with financial aid? Don’t worry… .if you submit an online order anytime between August 2 at 12:01 a.m. – August 3 at 11:59 p.m. tax-free status will be honored when your order is processed.

We hope to see you then!

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

NWACC Equality

NWACC Equality is a campuswide network of individuals who can act as resources for members of the campus community. The purpose of NWACC Equality is to provide a judgment-free, all inclusive, and bias-free environment for members of the college community by equipping faculty and staff with the knowledge necessary to promote a positive environment for anyone on campus who feels they are treated differently because of their race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, legal status, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and marital or family status on campus. In training Equality allies, NWACC Equality seeks to provide a system of support for all members of the college community. The primary responsibility of an Equality Ally is to support individuals, connect with them through positive interaction, and create an inclusive environment regardless of differences. If you are a faculty or staff member and would like to become an NWACC Equality Ally, are interested in education or training for your department, or would like more information about our program please contact us at equality@nwacc.edu .

A related flier is attached.

Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014

Individuals just need to follow these few simple steps each semester:
Step 1) Fill out the employee waiver fee application and liability/medical release form. (Forms are also located in NWACC Fitness Center).

Step 2) Take the employee fee waiver form to Human Resources. HR will stamp the application; providing you are on staff.

Step 3) Take the forms back to the Fitness Center, BH 2325, and return to supervisor.

Step 4) If needed, a Fitness Center supervisor will give you an orientation on how to use the equipment and develop a personal work-out program.
NOTE: Remember we do have showers and locker space for use; but please remove your locks on a daily basis. Please keep the NWACC Fitness Center in an organized matter so all can enjoy!

The application is attached.

Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! Your Foundation is looking for members of our NWACC family to participate in the iGive Campaign Leadership Team.

Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event during the Fall semester. Time commitment is flexible with your schedule. iGive is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to participate in the College’s philanthropic efforts which support the employee assistance fund, student scholarships, clubs/orgs, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund.

It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and all the ways our dedicated faculty and staff impact the lives of our learners. To join the team or get more details, please contact Amy Benincosa at (479) 619-4321 or abenincosa@nwacc.edu

Attention: Writers, Actors, Theatre Lovers

Do you have stories to tell? Ever thought about how it would be to have actors read your words on a stage? Have you ever wanted to perform and help develop new work by NWACC students?

Playwriting I, DRAM 2303, will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the fall 2014 semester.

More information is available in the attached flier.

New Class on Analyzing Comics and Graphic Novels

Check out the new English department offering, ENGL 2413, Special Topics in English for the fall term. The class is taught by Dr. Will Allred, who has had a lifelong interest in comics and graphic novels. Class meets Mondays at 6 p.m. during the fall term. Completion of English Composition I and II are required or permission from the English department. Check it out!

NWACC in the News

Benton County Daily Record

College To Explore Sports Program (Sunday)

Baseball Program Finding Success (Monday)

The City Wire

New NWACC 5-year plan focuses on student success (Saturday)

Board entertains sports discussion, approves research committee (Saturday)

NWACC President Jorgenson evaluates first year, looks to future (Thursday)

 THV 11 (Little Rock station)

AHECB Approves Several New Programs

 

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

 

 

July 24, 2014

• NWACC Equality
• Physical Plant Work Order Upgrade
• Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014
• Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!
• Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31
• Attention: Writers, Actors, Theatre Lovers
• New Class on Analyzing Comics and Graphic Novels

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

NWACC Equality

NWACC Equality is a campuswide network of individuals who can act as resources for members of the campus community. The purpose of NWACC Equality is to provide a judgment-free, all inclusive, and bias-free environment for members of the college community by equipping faculty and staff with the knowledge necessary to promote a positive environment for anyone on campus who feels they are treated differently because of their race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, legal status, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and marital or family status on campus. In training Equality allies, NWACC Equality seeks to provide a system of support for all members of the college community. The primary responsibility of an Equality Ally is to support individuals, connect with them through positive interaction, and create an inclusive environment regardless of differences. If you are a faculty or staff member and would like to become an NWACC Equality Ally, are interested in education or training for your department, or would like more information about our program please contact us at equality@nwacc.edu .

A related flier is attached.

Physical Plant Work Order Upgrade

On 7/1/2014, the Physical Plant upgraded the facility work order system. This upgrade will allow for more timely and accurate processingofwork order requests. Individuals wishing to complete a work order request ( https://facilities.nwacc.edu/WebRequest/WorkOrder/New.aspx ) will notice that a new template has been adopted.  The template is self-explanatory, but if you have a question regarding its completion, please contact Nancy Mills at 619-2282.

The Physical Plant will be able to track routine equipment and service requests, perform annual equipment scheduled maintenance, budget annual capital needs, conduct space planning, track tools, maintain equipment inventory and much more through this system. Overall, this will lead to more efficiency and lower costs to the college.

Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014

Individuals just need to follow these few simple steps each semester:
Step 1) Fill out the employee waiver fee application and liability/medical release form. (Forms are also located in NWACC Fitness Center).

Step 2) Take the employee fee waiver form to Human Resources. HR will stamp the application; providing you are on staff.

Step 3) Take the forms back to the Fitness Center, BH 2325, and return to supervisor.

Step 4) If needed, a Fitness Center supervisor will give you an orientation on how to use the equipment and develop a personal work-out program.
NOTE: Remember we do have showers and locker space for use; but please remove your locks on a daily basis. Please keep the NWACC Fitness Center in an organized matter so all can enjoy!

The application is attached.

Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! Your Foundation is looking for members of our NWACC family to participate in the iGive Campaign Leadership Team.

Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event during the Fall semester. Time commitment is flexible with your schedule. iGive is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to participate in the College’s philanthropic efforts which support the employee assistance fund, student scholarships, clubs/orgs, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund.

It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and all the ways our dedicated faculty and staff impact the lives of our learners. To join the team or get more details, please contact Amy Benincosa at (479) 619-4321 or abenincosa@nwacc.edu

Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board (SAAB) will host a blood drive on July 31 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in SC 108 B.

Blood donation needs are great in the summer. Please come out and donate to this great need. For more information and to sign up, please contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Attention: Writers, Actors, Theatre Lovers

Do you have stories to tell? Ever thought about how it would be to have actors read your words on a stage? Have you ever wanted to perform and help develop new work by NWACC students?

Playwriting I, DRAM 2303, will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the fall 2014 semester.

More information is available in the attached flier.

New Class on Analyzing Comics and Graphic Novels

Check out the new English department offering, ENGL 2413, Special Topics in English for the fall term. The class is taught by Dr. Will Allred, who has had a lifelong interest in comics and graphic novels. Class meets Mondays at 6 p.m. during the fall term. Completion of English Composition I and II are required or permission from the English department. Check it out!

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

 

 

July 23, 2014

• NWACC Equality (new)
• Physical Plant Work Order Upgrade
• Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014
• Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!
• Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31
• Attention: Writers, Actors, Theatre Lovers
• New Class on Analyzing Comics and Graphic Novels
• NWACC in the News (new item)

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

NWACC Equality

NWACC Equality is a campuswide network of individuals who can act as resources for members of the campus community. The purpose of NWACC Equality is to provide a judgment-free, all inclusive, and bias-free environment for members of the college community by equipping faculty and staff with the knowledge necessary to promote a positive environment for anyone on campus who feels they are treated differently because of their race, color, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, legal status, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and marital or family status on campus. In training Equality allies, NWACC Equality seeks to provide a system of support for all members of the college community. The primary responsibility of an Equality Ally is to support individuals, connect with them through positive interaction, and create an inclusive environment regardless of differences. If you are a faculty or staff member and would like to become an NWACC Equality Ally, are interested in education or training for your department, or would like more information about our program please contact us at equality@nwacc.edu .

A related flier is attached.

Physical Plant Work Order Upgrade

On 7/1/2014, the Physical Plant upgraded the facility work order system. This upgrade will allow for more timely and accurate processingofwork order requests. Individuals wishing to complete a work order request ( https://facilities.nwacc.edu/WebRequest/WorkOrder/New.aspx ) will notice that a new template has been adopted.  The template is self-explanatory, but if you have a question regarding its completion, please contact Nancy Mills at 619-2282.

The Physical Plant will be able to track routine equipment and service requests, perform annual equipment scheduled maintenance, budget annual capital needs, conduct space planning, track tools, maintain equipment inventory and much more through this system. Overall, this will lead to more efficiency and lower costs to the college.

Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014

Individuals just need to follow these few simple steps each semester:
Step 1) Fill out the employee waiver fee application and liability/medical release form. (Forms are also located in NWACC Fitness Center).

Step 2) Take the employee fee waiver form to Human Resources. HR will stamp the application; providing you are on staff.

Step 3) Take the forms back to the Fitness Center, BH 2325, and return to supervisor.

Step 4) If needed, a Fitness Center supervisor will give you an orientation on how to use the equipment and develop a personal work-out program.
NOTE: Remember we do have showers and locker space for use; but please remove your locks on a daily basis. Please keep the NWACC Fitness Center in an organized matter so all can enjoy!

The application is attached.

Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! Your Foundation is looking for members of our NWACC family to participate in the iGive Campaign Leadership Team.

Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event during the Fall semester. Time commitment is flexible with your schedule. iGive is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to participate in the College’s philanthropic efforts which support the employee assistance fund, student scholarships, clubs/orgs, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund.

It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and all the ways our dedicated faculty and staff impact the lives of our learners. To join the team or get more details, please contact Amy Benincosa at (479) 619-4321 or abenincosa@nwacc.edu

Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board (SAAB) will host a blood drive on July 31 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in SC 108 B.

Blood donation needs are great in the summer. Please come out and donate to this great need. For more information and to sign up, please contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Attention: Writers, Actors, Theatre Lovers

Do you have stories to tell? Ever thought about how it would be to have actors read your words on a stage? Have you ever wanted to perform and help develop new work by NWACC students?

Playwriting I, DRAM 2303, will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the fall 2014 semester.

More information is available in the attached flier.

New Class on Analyzing Comics and Graphic Novels

Check out the new English department offering, ENGL 2413, Special Topics in English for the fall term. The class is taught by Dr. Will Allred, who has had a lifelong interest in comics and graphic novels. Class meets Mondays at 6 p.m. during the fall term. Completion of English Composition I and II are required or permission from the English department. Check it out!

NWACC in the News:

Benton County Daily Record

Robotics Camp

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

 

 

July 22, 2014

• Physical Plant Work Order Upgrade
• Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014
• Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!
• Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31
• Caribbean Societies: Fall 2014 at NWACC

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Physical Plant Work Order Upgrade

On 7/1/2014, the Physical Plant upgraded the facility work order system. This upgrade will allow for more timely and accurate processingofwork order requests. Individuals wishing to complete a work order request ( https://facilities.nwacc.edu/WebRequest/WorkOrder/New.aspx ) will notice that a new template has been adopted.  The template is self-explanatory, but if you have a question regarding its completion, please contact Nancy Mills at 619-2282.

The Physical Plant will be able to track routine equipment and service requests, perform annual equipment scheduled maintenance, budget annual capital needs, conduct space planning, track tools, maintain equipment inventory and much more through this system. Overall, this will lead to more efficiency and lower costs to the college.

Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014

Individuals just need to follow these few simple steps each semester:
Step 1) Fill out the employee waiver fee application and liability/medical release form. (Forms are also located in NWACC Fitness Center).

Step 2) Take the employee fee waiver form to Human Resources. HR will stamp the application; providing you are on staff.

Step 3) Take the forms back to the Fitness Center, BH 2325, and return to supervisor.

Step 4) If needed, a Fitness Center supervisor will give you an orientation on how to use the equipment and develop a personal work-out program.
NOTE: Remember we do have showers and locker space for use; but please remove your locks on a daily basis. Please keep the NWACC Fitness Center in an organized matter so all can enjoy!

The application is attached.

Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! Your Foundation is looking for members of our NWACC family to participate in the iGive Campaign Leadership Team.

Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event during the Fall semester. Time commitment is flexible with your schedule. iGive is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to participate in the College’s philanthropic efforts which support the employee assistance fund, student scholarships, clubs/orgs, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund.

It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and all the ways our dedicated faculty and staff impact the lives of our learners. To join the team or get more details, please contact Amy Benincosa at (479) 619-4321 or abenincosa@nwacc.edu

Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board (SAAB) will host a blood drive on July 31 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in SC 108 B.

Blood donation needs are great in the summer. Please come out and donate to this great need. For more information and to sign up, please contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Caribbean Societies: Fall 2014 at NWACC
Caribbean Societies — a success in the spring of 2014 — is offered again in the fall. The TRANSFERABLE course is an inside look at selected countries of the region through the writings of Caribbean authors, and filmmakers. For additional information, contact: Dr. Yanick St. Jean at ystjean@nwacc.edu.

A related flier is attached.

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

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July 21, 2014

• Physical Plant Work Order Upgrade
• Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014
• Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!
• Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31
• Caribbean Societies: Fall 2014 at NWACC
• NWACC in the News (new item)

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Physical Plant Work Order Upgrade

On 7/1/2014, the Physical Plant upgraded the facility work order system. This upgrade will allow for more timely and accurate processingofwork order requests. Individuals wishing to complete a work order request ( https://facilities.nwacc.edu/WebRequest/WorkOrder/New.aspx ) will notice that a new template has been adopted.  The template is self-explanatory, but if you have a question regarding its completion, please contact Nancy Mills at 619-2282.

The Physical Plant will be able to track routine equipment and service requests, perform annual equipment scheduled maintenance, budget annual capital needs, conduct space planning, track tools, maintain equipment inventory and much more through this system. Overall, this will lead to more efficiency and lower costs to the college.

Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014

Individuals just need to follow these few simple steps each semester:
Step 1) Fill out the employee waiver fee application and liability/medical release form. (Forms are also located in NWACC Fitness Center).

Step 2) Take the employee fee waiver form to Human Resources. HR will stamp the application; providing you are on staff.

Step 3) Take the forms back to the Fitness Center, BH 2325, and return to supervisor.

Step 4) If needed, a Fitness Center supervisor will give you an orientation on how to use the equipment and develop a personal work-out program.
NOTE: Remember we do have showers and locker space for use; but please remove your locks on a daily basis. Please keep the NWACC Fitness Center in an organized matter so all can enjoy!

The application is attached.

Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! Your Foundation is looking for members of our NWACC family to participate in the iGive Campaign Leadership Team.

Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event during the Fall semester. Time commitment is flexible with your schedule. iGive is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to participate in the College’s philanthropic efforts which support the employee assistance fund, student scholarships, clubs/orgs, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund.

It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and all the ways our dedicated faculty and staff impact the lives of our learners. To join the team or get more details, please contact Amy Benincosa at (479) 619-4321 or abenincosa@nwacc.edu

Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board (SAAB) will host a blood drive on July 31 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in SC 108 B.

Blood donation needs are great in the summer. Please come out and donate to this great need. For more information and to sign up, please contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Caribbean Societies: Fall 2014 at NWACC
Caribbean Societies — a success in the spring of 2014 — is offered again in the fall. The TRANSFERABLE course is an inside look at selected countries of the region through the writings of Caribbean authors, and filmmakers. For additional information, contact: Dr. Yanick St. Jean at ystjean@nwacc.edu.

A related flier is attached.

NWACC in the News

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (Profiles, page 7D)

Robotics Camp

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July 17, 2014

• Physical Plant Work Order Upgrade (new)
• Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014
• Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!
• Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Physical Plant Work Order Upgrade

On 7/1/2014, the Physical Plant upgraded the facility work order system. This upgrade will allow for more timely and accurate processingofwork order requests. Individuals wishing to complete a work order request ( https://facilities.nwacc.edu/WebRequest/WorkOrder/New.aspx ) will notice that a new template has been adopted.  The template is self-explanatory, but if you have a question regarding its completion, please contact Nancy Mills at 619-2282.

The Physical Plant will be able to track routine equipment and service requests, perform annual equipment scheduled maintenance, budget annual capital needs, conduct space planning, track tools, maintain equipment inventory and much more through this system. Overall, this will lead to more efficiency and lower costs to the college.

Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014

Individuals just need to follow these few simple steps each semester:
Step 1) Fill out the employee waiver fee application and liability/medical release form. (Forms are also located in NWACC Fitness Center).

Step 2) Take the employee fee waiver form to Human Resources. HR will stamp the application; providing you are on staff.

Step 3) Take the forms back to the Fitness Center, BH 2325, and return to supervisor.

Step 4) If needed, a Fitness Center supervisor will give you an orientation on how to use the equipment and develop a personal work-out program.
NOTE: Remember we do have showers and locker space for use; but please remove your locks on a daily basis. Please keep the NWACC Fitness Center in an organized matter so all can enjoy!

The application is attached.

Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! Your Foundation is looking for members of our NWACC family to participate in the iGive Campaign Leadership Team.

Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event during the Fall semester. Time commitment is flexible with your schedule. iGive is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to participate in the College’s philanthropic efforts which support the employee assistance fund, student scholarships, clubs/orgs, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund.

It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and all the ways our dedicated faculty and staff impact the lives of our learners. To join the team or get more details, please contact Amy Benincosa at (479) 619-4321 or abenincosa@nwacc.edu

Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board (SAAB) will host a blood drive on July 31 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in SC 108 B.

Blood donation needs are great in the summer. Please come out and donate to this great need. For more information and to sign up, please contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

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July 16, 2014

• Pre-Nursing Advisement Session (today)
• Meet NWACC Baseball Club Coach Mike Hatch (new)
• Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014
• Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!
• Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31
• NWACC in the News (new item)

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

Pre-Nursing Advisement Session

Please join the Nursing department on Wednesday July 16, from  9 a.m. to 11 a.m. for our Pre-Nursing Student Advisement Session in the Center for Health Professions room 1013.

The Nursing Department strongly encourages all pre-nursing students or individuals interested in finding out more information about our Nursing program to attend.

Please feel free to bring a guest or support person. Please do not bring young children. At the sessions you will meet the Academic Advisor for Health Professions who will help guide you through the general education courses to get you ready to apply for admissions to the Nursing program. Advising sessions are designed to help students meet the eligibility requirements of the Nursing Program.

Registration is not required. These are not drop-in sessions, so please be on time. Students are encouraged to arrive 5-10 minutes ahead of time.

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

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Meet NWACC Baseball Club Coach Mike Hatch

Meet Mike Hatch, NWACC Baseball Club Team coach.

Hatch played his varsity HS baseball at Mount Pleasant, Texas. In 1991 he was recruited to play his junior college baseball at Texarkana JC by Coach Dave Van Horn (U of A).

In 1993 Hatch transferred to play baseball in the Southwest Conference at the University of Houston Cougars with Coach Bragg Stockton.  He graduated with his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a minor in Health Education in 1996.  In 1998-2000 Mike served in the United States Army in the Persian Gulf war. Coach Hatch has 3 kids and lives in Pea Ridge.

Free Faculty/Staff NWACC Fitness Center Membership – Fall Semester 2014

Individuals just need to follow these few simple steps each semester:
Step 1) Fill out the employee waiver fee application and liability/medical release form. (Forms are also located in NWACC Fitness Center).

Step 2) Take the employee fee waiver form to Human Resources. HR will stamp the application; providing you are on staff.

Step 3) Take the forms back to the Fitness Center, BH 2325, and return to supervisor.

Step 4) If needed, a Fitness Center supervisor will give you an orientation on how to use the equipment and develop a personal work-out program.
NOTE: Remember we do have showers and locker space for use; but please remove your locks on a daily basis. Please keep the NWACC Fitness Center in an organized matter so all can enjoy!

The application is attached.

Leadership Opportunity: 2014 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! Your Foundation is looking for members of our NWACC family to participate in the iGive Campaign Leadership Team.

Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event during the Fall semester. Time commitment is flexible with your schedule. iGive is an opportunity for faculty, staff, and students to participate in the College’s philanthropic efforts which support the employee assistance fund, student scholarships, clubs/orgs, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund.

It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and all the ways our dedicated faculty and staff impact the lives of our learners. To join the team or get more details, please contact Amy Benincosa at (479) 619-4321 or abenincosa@nwacc.edu

Summer Blood Drive Planned July 31

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board (SAAB) will host a blood drive on July 31 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in SC 108 B.

Blood donation needs are great in the summer. Please come out and donate to this great need. For more information and to sign up, please contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

NWACC in the News:

U of A Graduate Named Young Woman of the Year by Business Conference  (Dr. Meredith Brunen) Congratulations, Meredith!

 

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