May 28, 2015

  • ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule
  • Summer I Food Court Hours
  • Writing Center Open
  • NWACC, UA Representatives to Sign Agreement Thursday (TODAY)
  • Travel Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015 (TODAY)
  • Purchasing Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015 (TODAY)
  • Walton College of Business Academic Advisor Will Be on Campus June 3 (new)
  • Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2
  • Testing Center Work Study Positions
  • Washington County Work Study Positions
  • May is Lions Club International “Recycle for Sight” Month!
  • Health Information Management Applications
  • Respiratory Therapy Applications

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule

Academic Success Center ISummer I Schedule:

  • Tutoring Services resumed on May 26, 8 a.m.-6 p,.m. Monday-Thursday.

For more information, please follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NWACCASC

Summer I Food Court Hours

The Summer I Food Court, Bookstore and ReCharge U hours of operation are as follows:

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:30
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Monday -Thursday 7:30-10:30
  • Lindy’s: Monday-Thursday 7:30-1:30
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed for the summer.

Summer II hours for food court vendors will be determined at a later date.

Writing Center Open

The Writing Center opened Tuesday, May 26, in Burns Hall 1003 for Summer 1. We will be open from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday to help students with their writing assignments. Our email service is also available through the Writing Center website.

Students, come take advantage of this valuable resource.

NWACC, UA Representatives to Sign Agreement Thursday

Representatives from NWACC and the University of Arkansas will gather at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 28, for the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the two institutions. The agreement pertains to transferring courses from NWACC to UA in the Child Advocacy Studies curriculum.

The signing event will be in the Mock Courtroom of the Melba Shewmaker Southern Region National Child Protection Training Center, and the college community is invited to attend.

Travel Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015

Travel Requisitions – All travel requisitions must be received by Thursday, May 28, 2015.

Please finalize your FY 2015 travel plans this month and submit all new requests to the Travel Accountant by May 28th. Only emergencies will be considered after this date. All travel occurring after July 1st for FY 2016 will be processed beginning July 1, 2015, unless there is an early bird discount for completion prior to July 1st.

Please submit all FY 2015 TR-1 Reimbursement forms no later than Wednesday, June 11, 2015.

This includes travel and mileage reimbursements. All of these expenses must be expensed in the fiscal year they were incurred.

Any questions can be directed to Diane Gower (dgower@nwacc.edu).

Thank you for your cooperation.

Lindsay Robinson

Director, Treasury Services

Purchasing Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015

May 28 is the deadline for ALL Purchase Requisitions. This date applies to the submission of purchase requisitions to the Purchasing Department.  All requisitions that arrive to the Purchasing Department after May 28th will be held and processed July 1st for Fiscal Year 2016. Only justified emergency orders will be considered after this date. Emergency orders are products and services that are essential to the operations of the College and servicing of the students.

Please feel welcome to contact the Purchasing Department with any questions or inquiries. Our department will work to ensure that everyone’s needs are taken care of in a timely manner as we approach the fiscal year’s end.

June 23 is the last day to order any inter-office supplies from the Supply Web until July 1, 2015.

Shipping/Receiving will be functionally closed June 25, 2015, for end-of-year inventory and reconciliations.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Jack Thompson, Executive Director of Operations
479-619-4140
jthompson19@nwacc.edu

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Walton College of Business Academic Advisor Will Be on Campus June 3

Students: Are you planning to transfer to the Walton College of Business?

Would you like to meet with an Academic Advisor from WCOB? Have you completed 30+ credit hours? If you have said “YES” to all of these questions, then please send an email to Christy Reynolds at creynolds@nwacc.edu for an appointment on June 3 to meet with the UofA Advisor.

Please include your student ID and what you plan to major in at the UofA in the email. We look forward to answering all your questions.

Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2

The NorthWest Arkansas Community College Foundation will present an informational session on June 2 regarding “Tropical Costa Rica,” a nine-day trip to the Central American nation planned for 2016.

The session will begin at 5:30 p.m. June 2 in the third floor Board of Trustees room.

A related brochure is attached.

The Costa Rica trip will be Feb. 20-28, 2016. Through a partnership with Collette, a respected travel organization, a portion of the travel fare supports the NWACC Foundation.  The tour highlights include San Jose, Doka Coffee Estate, Guanacaste, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Arenal Volcano, Lake Arenal Cruise, Cano Nego Refuge, and Tortuguero National Park. The nine-day trip includes 14 meals. An optional four days, three-night Jungle Adventure post-tour extension is available. Additional information and photos can be found at this link: http://www.gocollette.com/tours/south-america/costa-rica/tropical-costa-rica

Individuals wanting to know more about the trip or who are ready to sign up for the travel opportunity are welcome to attend the informational session. Those interested in attending the session can RSVP to Jean Anderson at the NWACC Foundation at 479-619-4208 or janderson@nwacc.edu.

Testing Center Work Study Positions

The Testing Center is seeking to hire two work study positions.

If you know a student who is looking for experience in an office setting and gaining people, skills please apply. Please contact the Testing Center 479-619-4354 with questions and email resumes to testingcenter@nwacc.edu.

Washington County Work Study Positions

The Washington County Center currently has 2 openings in Washington County for work-study students.

Applicants must be eligible for financial aid. Students can work up to 15 hours per week, and we work around your work schedule.

Please contact Paula Carollo at pcarollo@nwacc.edu, or at 479-927-3330 for additional information.

May is Lions Club International ‘Recycle for Sight’ Month!

Millions of people all over the world lack access to basic eye care services. During the month of May, the NWACC Disability Resource Center will be participating in “Recycle for Sight” month through the Lions Club International.

We will be collecting eyeglasses, reading glasses, frames, and SUNGLASSES, too, to help those in developing nations who do not have the resources to buy them. Please help by donating your unused glasses! A collection box will be in the Disability Resource Center (Student Center, 114) through June 1.

Health Information Management Applications

Health Information Management (HIM) applications are now available on the HIM page of the NWACC website. The HIM department will be taking applications through July 1. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC username and password. For further questions regarding the HIM application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Respiratory Therapy Applications

The Respiratory Therapy applications are now available on the RT page of the NWACC website. Applications will be taken through July 1, 2015. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC user name and password. There are no paper applications.

For further questions regarding the Respiratory Therapy application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

May 27, 2015

  • ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule
  • Summer I Food Court Hours
  • Writing Center Open
  • NWACC, UA Representatives to Sign Agreement Thursday
  • Travel Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015
  • Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2
  • Testing Center Work Study Positions
  • Washington County Work Study Positions
  • May is Lions Club International “Recycle for Sight” Month!
  • Health Information Management Applications
  • Respiratory Therapy Applications

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule

Academic Success Center ISummer I Schedule:

  • Tutoring Services resumed on May 26, 8 a.m.-6 p,.m. Monday-Thursday.

For more information, please follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NWACCASC

Summer I Food Court Hours

The Summer I Food Court, Bookstore and ReCharge U hours of operation are as follows:

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:30
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Monday -Thursday 7:30-10:30
  • Lindy’s: Monday-Thursday 7:30-1:30
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed for the summer.

Summer II hours for food court vendors will be determined at a later date.

Writing Center Open

The Writing Center opened Tuesday, May 26, in Burns Hall 1003 for Summer 1. We will be open from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday to help students with their writing assignments. Our email service is also available through the Writing Center website.

Students, come take advantage of this valuable resource.

NWACC, UA Representatives to Sign Agreement Thursday

Representatives from NWACC and the University of Arkansas will gather at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 28, for the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the two institutions. The agreement pertains to transferring courses from NWACC to UA in the Child Advocacy Studies curriculum.

The signing event will be in the Mock Courtroom of the Melba Shewmaker Southern Region National Child Protection Training Center, and the college community is invited to attend.

Travel Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015

Travel Requisitions – All travel requisitions must be received by Thursday, May 28, 2015.

Please finalize your FY 2015 travel plans this month and submit all new requests to the Travel Accountant by May 28th. Only emergencies will be considered after this date. All travel occurring after July 1st for FY 2016 will be processed beginning July 1, 2015, unless there is an early bird discount for completion prior to July 1st.

Please submit all FY 2015 TR-1 Reimbursement forms no later than Wednesday, June 11, 2015.

This includes travel and mileage reimbursements. All of these expenses must be expensed in the fiscal year they were incurred.

Any questions can be directed to Diane Gower (dgower@nwacc.edu).

Thank you for your cooperation.

Lindsay Robinson

Director, Treasury Services

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2

The NorthWest Arkansas Community College Foundation will present an informational session on June 2 regarding “Tropical Costa Rica,” a nine-day trip to the Central American nation planned for 2016.

The session will begin at 5:30 p.m. June 2 in the third floor Board of Trustees room.

A related brochure is attached.

The Costa Rica trip will be Feb. 20-28, 2016. Through a partnership with Collette, a respected travel organization, a portion of the travel fare supports the NWACC Foundation.  The tour highlights include San Jose, Doka Coffee Estate, Guanacaste, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Arenal Volcano, Lake Arenal Cruise, Cano Nego Refuge, and Tortuguero National Park. The nine-day trip includes 14 meals. An optional four days, three-night Jungle Adventure post-tour extension is available. Additional information and photos can be found at this link: http://www.gocollette.com/tours/south-america/costa-rica/tropical-costa-rica

Individuals wanting to know more about the trip or who are ready to sign up for the travel opportunity are welcome to attend the informational session. Those interested in attending the session can RSVP to Jean Anderson at the NWACC Foundation at 479-619-4208 or janderson@nwacc.edu.

Testing Center Work Study Positions

The Testing Center is seeking to hire two work study positions.

If you know a student who is looking for experience in an office setting and gaining people, skills please apply. Please contact the Testing Center 479-619-4354 with questions and email resumes to testingcenter@nwacc.edu.

Washington County Work Study Positions

The Washington County Center currently has 2 openings in Washington County for work-study students.

Applicants must be eligible for financial aid. Students can work up to 15 hours per week, and we work around your work schedule.

Please contact Paula Carollo at pcarollo@nwacc.edu, or at 479-927-3330 for additional information.

May is Lions Club International ‘Recycle for Sight’ Month!

Millions of people all over the world lack access to basic eye care services. During the month of May, the NWACC Disability Resource Center will be participating in “Recycle for Sight” month through the Lions Club International.

We will be collecting eyeglasses, reading glasses, frames, and SUNGLASSES, too, to help those in developing nations who do not have the resources to buy them. Please help by donating your unused glasses! A collection box will be in the Disability Resource Center (Student Center, 114) through June 1.

Health Information Management Applications

Health Information Management (HIM) applications are now available on the HIM page of the NWACC website. The HIM department will be taking applications through July 1. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC username and password. For further questions regarding the HIM application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Respiratory Therapy Applications

The Respiratory Therapy applications are now available on the RT page of the NWACC website. Applications will be taken through July 1, 2015. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC user name and password. There are no paper applications.

For further questions regarding the Respiratory Therapy application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

May 26, 2015

  • ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule (Tutoring resumes today)
  • Summer I Food Court Hours (effective today, May 26)
  • Writing Center Opens Today (new)
  • NWACC, UA Representatives to Sign Agreement Thursday (new)
  • Travel Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015 (new)
  • Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2
  • Testing Center Work Study Positions
  • Washington County Work Study Positions
  • May is Lions Club International “Recycle for Sight” Month!
  • Health Information Management Applications
  • Respiratory Therapy Applications
  • NWACC in the News (3 new items)

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule

Academic Success Center Intersession and Summer I Schedule:

  • May 18-21: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday. Tutoring closed.
  • Tutoring Services resume on May 26, 8 a.m.-6 p,.m. Monday-Thursday.

For more information, please follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NWACCASC

Summer I Food Court Hours

The Summer I Food Court, Bookstore and ReCharge U hours of operation are as follows:

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:30
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Monday -Thursday 7:30-10:30
  • Lindy’s: Monday-Thursday 7:30-1:30
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed for the summer.

Summer II hours for food court vendors will be determined at a later date.

Writing Center Opens Today

The Writing Center will open Tuesday, May 26, in Burns Hall 1003 for Summer 1. We will be open from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday to help students with their writing assignments. Our email service is also available through the Writing Center website.

Students, come take advantage of this valuable resource.

NWACC, UA Representatives to Sign Agreement Thursday

Representatives from NWACC and the University of Arkansas will gather at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 28, for the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the two institutions. The agreement pertains to transferring courses from NWACC to UA in the Child Advocacy Studies curriculum.

in the Mock Courtroom of the Melba Shewmaker Southern Region National Child Protection Training Center.

Travel Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015

Travel Requisitions – All travel requisitions must be received by Thursday, May 28, 2015.

Please finalize your FY 2015 travel plans this month and submit all new requests to the Travel Accountant by May 28th. Only emergencies will be considered after this date. All travel occurring after July 1st for FY 2016 will be processed beginning July 1, 2015, unless there is an early bird discount for completion prior to July 1st.

Please submit all FY 2015 TR-1 Reimbursement forms no later than Wednesday, June 11, 2015.

This includes travel and mileage reimbursements. All of these expenses must be expensed in the fiscal year they were incurred.

Any questions can be directed to Diane Gower (dgower@nwacc.edu).

Thank you for your cooperation.

Lindsay Robinson

Director, Treasury Services

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2

The NorthWest Arkansas Community College Foundation will present an informational session on June 2 regarding “Tropical Costa Rica,” a nine-day trip to the Central American nation planned for 2016.

The session will begin at 5:30 p.m. June 2 in the third floor Board of Trustees room.

A related brochure is attached.

The Costa Rica trip will be Feb. 20-28, 2016. Through a partnership with Collette, a respected travel organization, a portion of the travel fare supports the NWACC Foundation.  The tour highlights include San Jose, Doka Coffee Estate, Guanacaste, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Arenal Volcano, Lake Arenal Cruise, Cano Nego Refuge, and Tortuguero National Park. The nine-day trip includes 14 meals. An optional four days, three-night Jungle Adventure post-tour extension is available. Additional information and photos can be found at this link: http://www.gocollette.com/tours/south-america/costa-rica/tropical-costa-rica

Individuals wanting to know more about the trip or who are ready to sign up for the travel opportunity are welcome to attend the informational session. Those interested in attending the session can RSVP to Jean Anderson at the NWACC Foundation at 479-619-4208 or janderson@nwacc.edu.

Testing Center Work Study Positions

The Testing Center is seeking to hire two work study positions.

If you know a student who is looking for experience in an office setting and gaining people, skills please apply. Please contact the Testing Center 479-619-4354 with questions and email resumes to testingcenter@nwacc.edu.

Washington County Work Study Positions

The Washington County Center currently has 2 openings in Washington County for work-study students.

Applicants must be eligible for financial aid. Students can work up to 15 hours per week, and we work around your work schedule.

Please contact Paula Carollo at pcarollo@nwacc.edu, or at 479-927-3330 for additional information.

May is Lions Club International ‘Recycle for Sight’ Month!

Millions of people all over the world lack access to basic eye care services. During the month of May, the NWACC Disability Resource Center will be participating in “Recycle for Sight” month through the Lions Club International.

We will be collecting eyeglasses, reading glasses, frames, and SUNGLASSES, too, to help those in developing nations who do not have the resources to buy them. Please help by donating your unused glasses! A collection box will be in the Disability Resource Center (Student Center, 114) through June 1.

Health Information Management Applications

Health Information Management (HIM) applications are now available on the HIM page of the NWACC website. The HIM department will be taking applications through July 1. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC username and password. For further questions regarding the HIM application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Respiratory Therapy Applications

The Respiratory Therapy applications are now available on the RT page of the NWACC website. Applications will be taken through July 1, 2015. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC user name and password. There are no paper applications.

For further questions regarding the Respiratory Therapy application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

NWACC IN THE NEWS:

KUAF/NPR Radio

Out-of-state tuition decreases at NWACC

KNWA

NWACC & Missouri Southern State University Sign Partnership

Weekly Vista

NWACC Foundation offers trip

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

May 21, 2015

  • ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule
  • Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)
  • Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015 (TODAY)
  • Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2
  • Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree
  • Summer I Food Court Hours (effective May 26)
  • Testing Center Work Study Positions
  • Washington County Work Study Positions
  • May is Lions Club International “Recycle for Sight” Month!
  • Health Information Management Applications
  • Respiratory Therapy Applications
  • NWACC in the News (3 new items)

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule

Academic Success Center Intersession and Summer I Schedule:

  • May 18-21: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday. Tutoring closed.
  • Tutoring Services resume on May 26, 8 a.m.-6 p,.m. Monday-Thursday.

For more information, please follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NWACCASC

Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: WILL BE OPEN ALL SUMMER  on Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   M-TH 7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
  • Lindy’s: Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed ALL summer.

Summer I hours are listed below under the General Announcements heading.

Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015

Representatives from area colleges and universities frequently visit NWACC to speak to transfer students about their future academic goals.  While the vast majority of visitors come to the Transfer Information Desk in the Student Center, locations may vary.  Please consult the list below when making plans to visit with college/university recruiters.

  • Thursday, May 21: University of Arkansas – Fayetteville Transfer Desk—9:00 to 1:00

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2

The NorthWest Arkansas Community College Foundation will present an informational session on June 2 regarding “Tropical Costa Rica,” a nine-day trip to the Central American nation planned for 2016.

The session will begin at 5:30 p.m. June 2 in the third floor Board of Trustees room.

A related brochure is attached.

The Costa Rica trip will be Feb. 20-28, 2016. Through a partnership with Collette, a respected travel organization, a portion of the travel fare supports the NWACC Foundation.  The tour highlights include San Jose, Doka Coffee Estate, Guanacaste, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Arenal Volcano, Lake Arenal Cruise, Cano Nego Refuge, and Tortuguero National Park. The nine-day trip includes 14 meals. An optional four days, three-night Jungle Adventure post-tour extension is available. Additional information and photos can be found at this link: http://www.gocollette.com/tours/south-america/costa-rica/tropical-costa-rica

Individuals wanting to know more about the trip or who are ready to sign up for the travel opportunity are welcome to attend the informational session. Those interested in attending the session can RSVP to Jean Anderson at the NWACC Foundation at 479-619-4208 or janderson@nwacc.edu.

Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree

The NWACC Foundation would like your feedback!

Whether you did or did not attend the Plant A Seed Soirée scholarship fundraiser event on April 30th at John Q. Hammons Center we want to hear from you. We would greatly appreciate a few minutes of your time to share your thoughts. Participation is completely anonymous.

The survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2015_Soiree_faculty_staff

Summer I Food Court Hours

The Summer I Food Court, Bookstore and ReCharge U hours of operation are as follows:

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:30
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Monday -Thursday 7:30-10:30
  • Lindy’s: Monday-Thursday 7:30-1:30
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed for the summer.

Summer II hours for food court vendors will be determined at a later date.

Testing Center Work Study Positions

The Testing Center is seeking to hire two work study positions.

If you know a student who is looking for experience in an office setting and gaining people, skills please apply. Please contact the Testing Center 479-619-4354 with questions and email resumes to testingcenter@nwacc.edu.

Washington County Work Study Positions

The Washington County Center currently has 2 openings in Washington County for work-study students.

Applicants must be eligible for financial aid. Students can work up to 15 hours per week, and we work around your work schedule.

Please contact Paula Carollo at pcarollo@nwacc.edu, or at 479-927-3330 for additional information.

May is Lions Club International ‘Recycle for Sight’ Month!

Millions of people all over the world lack access to basic eye care services. During the month of May, the NWACC Disability Resource Center will be participating in “Recycle for Sight” month through the Lions Club International.

We will be collecting eyeglasses, reading glasses, frames, and SUNGLASSES, too, to help those in developing nations who do not have the resources to buy them. Please help by donating your unused glasses! A collection box will be in the Disability Resource Center (Student Center, 114) through June 1.

Health Information Management Applications

Health Information Management (HIM) applications are now available on the HIM page of the NWACC website. The HIM department will be taking applications through July 1. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC username and password. For further questions regarding the HIM application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Respiratory Therapy Applications

The Respiratory Therapy applications are now available on the RT page of the NWACC website. Applications will be taken through July 1, 2015. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC user name and password. There are no paper applications.

For further questions regarding the Respiratory Therapy application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

NWACC IN THE NEWS:

The City Wire

NWACC reduces out-of-state tuition rate

La Prensa Libre:

NWACC graduates on Sociales page

Westside Eagle Observer (western Benton County newspaper)

Two local students among those recognized by NWACC as Rising Scholars

 

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

May 20, 2015

  • ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule
  • Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)
  • Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015
  • Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2
  • Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree
  • Summer I Food Court Hours (effective May 26)
  • Testing Center Work Study Positions
  • Washington County Work Study Positions
  • May is Lions Club International “Recycle for Sight” Month!
  • Health Information Management Applications
  • Respiratory Therapy Applications
  • NWACC in the News (1 new item)

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule

Academic Success Center Intersession and Summer I Schedule:

  • May 11-15: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Tutoring closed.
  • May 18-21: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday. Tutoring closed.
  • Tutoring Services resume on May 26, 8 a.m.-6 p,.m. Monday-Thursday.

For more information, please follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NWACCASC

Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: WILL BE OPEN ALL SUMMER  on Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   M-TH 7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
  • Lindy’s: Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed ALL summer.

Summer I hours are listed below under the General Announcements heading.

Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015

Representatives from area colleges and universities frequently visit NWACC to speak to transfer students about their future academic goals.  While the vast majority of visitors come to the Transfer Information Desk in the Student Center, locations may vary.  Please consult the list below when making plans to visit with college/university recruiters.

  • Thursday, May 21: University of Arkansas – Fayetteville Transfer Desk—9:00 to 1:00

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2

The NorthWest Arkansas Community College Foundation will present an informational session on June 2 regarding “Tropical Costa Rica,” a nine-day trip to the Central American nation planned for 2016.

The session will begin at 5:30 p.m. June 2 in the third floor Board of Trustees room.

A related brochure is attached.

The Costa Rica trip will be Feb. 20-28, 2016. Through a partnership with Collette, a respected travel organization, a portion of the travel fare supports the NWACC Foundation.  The tour highlights include San Jose, Doka Coffee Estate, Guanacaste, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Arenal Volcano, Lake Arenal Cruise, Cano Nego Refuge, and Tortuguero National Park. The nine-day trip includes 14 meals. An optional four days, three-night Jungle Adventure post-tour extension is available. Additional information and photos can be found at this link: http://www.gocollette.com/tours/south-america/costa-rica/tropical-costa-rica

Individuals wanting to know more about the trip or who are ready to sign up for the travel opportunity are welcome to attend the informational session. Those interested in attending the session can RSVP to Jean Anderson at the NWACC Foundation at 479-619-4208 or janderson@nwacc.edu.

Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree

The NWACC Foundation would like your feedback!

Whether you did or did not attend the Plant A Seed Soirée scholarship fundraiser event on April 30th at John Q. Hammons Center we want to hear from you. We would greatly appreciate a few minutes of your time to share your thoughts. Participation is completely anonymous.

The survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2015_Soiree_faculty_staff

Summer I Food Court Hours

The Summer I Food Court, Bookstore and ReCharge U hours of operation are as follows:

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:30
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Monday -Thursday 7:30-10:30
  • Lindy’s: Monday-Thursday 7:30-1:30
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed for the summer.

Summer II hours for food court vendors will be determined at a later date.

Testing Center Work Study Positions

The Testing Center is seeking to hire two work study positions.

If you know a student who is looking for experience in an office setting and gaining people, skills please apply. Please contact the Testing Center 479-619-4354 with questions and email resumes to testingcenter@nwacc.edu.

Washington County Work Study Positions

The Washington County Center currently has 2 openings in Washington County for work-study students.

Applicants must be eligible for financial aid. Students can work up to 15 hours per week, and we work around your work schedule.

Please contact Paula Carollo at pcarollo@nwacc.edu, or at 479-927-3330 for additional information.

May is Lions Club International ‘Recycle for Sight’ Month!

Millions of people all over the world lack access to basic eye care services. During the month of May, the NWACC Disability Resource Center will be participating in “Recycle for Sight” month through the Lions Club International.

We will be collecting eyeglasses, reading glasses, frames, and SUNGLASSES, too, to help those in developing nations who do not have the resources to buy them. Please help by donating your unused glasses! A collection box will be in the Disability Resource Center (Student Center, 114) through June 1.

Health Information Management Applications

Health Information Management (HIM) applications are now available on the HIM page of the NWACC website. The HIM department will be taking applications through July 1. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC username and password. For further questions regarding the HIM application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Respiratory Therapy Applications

The Respiratory Therapy applications are now available on the RT page of the NWACC website. Applications will be taken through July 1, 2015. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC user name and password. There are no paper applications.

For further questions regarding the Respiratory Therapy application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

NWACC IN THE NEWS:

La Prensa Libre:

NWACC graduates on Sociales page

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

May 19, 2015

  • ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule (TODAY)
  • Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)
  • Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015
  • Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2
  • Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree
  • Summer I Food Court Hours (effective May 26)
  • Testing Center Work Study Positions
  • Washington County Work Study Positions
  • May is Lions Club International “Recycle for Sight” Month!
  • Health Information Management Applications
  • Respiratory Therapy Applications
  • NWACC in the News (1 new item)

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule

Academic Success Center Intersession and Summer I Schedule:

  • May 11-15: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Tutoring closed.
  • May 18-21: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday. Tutoring closed.
  • Tutoring Services resume on May 26, 8 a.m.-6 p,.m. Monday-Thursday.

For more information, please follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NWACCASC

Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: WILL BE OPEN ALL SUMMER  on Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   M-TH 7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
  • Lindy’s: Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed ALL summer.

Summer I hours are listed below under the General Announcements heading.

Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015

Representatives from area colleges and universities frequently visit NWACC to speak to transfer students about their future academic goals.  While the vast majority of visitors come to the Transfer Information Desk in the Student Center, locations may vary.  Please consult the list below when making plans to visit with college/university recruiters.

  • Thursday, May 21: University of Arkansas – Fayetteville Transfer Desk—9:00 to 1:00

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2

The NorthWest Arkansas Community College Foundation will present an informational session on June 2 regarding “Tropical Costa Rica,” a nine-day trip to the Central American nation planned for 2016.

The session will begin at 5:30 p.m. June 2 in the third floor Board of Trustees room.

A related brochure is attached.

The Costa Rica trip will be Feb. 20-28, 2016. Through a partnership with Collette, a respected travel organization, a portion of the travel fare supports the NWACC Foundation.  The tour highlights include San Jose, Doka Coffee Estate, Guanacaste, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Arenal Volcano, Lake Arenal Cruise, Cano Nego Refuge, and Tortuguero National Park. The nine-day trip includes 14 meals. An optional four days, three-night Jungle Adventure post-tour extension is available. Additional information and photos can be found at this link: http://www.gocollette.com/tours/south-america/costa-rica/tropical-costa-rica

Individuals wanting to know more about the trip or who are ready to sign up for the travel opportunity are welcome to attend the informational session. Those interested in attending the session can RSVP to Jean Anderson at the NWACC Foundation at 479-619-4208 or janderson@nwacc.edu.

Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree

The NWACC Foundation would like your feedback!

Whether you did or did not attend the Plant A Seed Soirée scholarship fundraiser event on April 30th at John Q. Hammons Center we want to hear from you. We would greatly appreciate a few minutes of your time to share your thoughts. Participation is completely anonymous.

The survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2015_Soiree_faculty_staff

Summer I Food Court Hours

The Summer I Food Court, Bookstore and ReCharge U hours of operation are as follows:

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:30
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Monday -Thursday 7:30-10:30
  • Lindy’s: Monday-Thursday 7:30-1:30
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed for the summer.

Summer II hours for food court vendors will be determined at a later date.

Testing Center Work Study Positions

The Testing Center is seeking to hire two work study positions.

If you know a student who is looking for experience in an office setting and gaining people, skills please apply. Please contact the Testing Center 479-619-4354 with questions and email resumes to testingcenter@nwacc.edu.

Washington County Work Study Positions

The Washington County Center currently has 2 openings in Washington County for work-study students.

Applicants must be eligible for financial aid. Students can work up to 15 hours per week, and we work around your work schedule.

Please contact Paula Carollo at pcarollo@nwacc.edu, or at 479-927-3330 for additional information.

May is Lions Club International ‘Recycle for Sight’ Month!

Millions of people all over the world lack access to basic eye care services. During the month of May, the NWACC Disability Resource Center will be participating in “Recycle for Sight” month through the Lions Club International.

We will be collecting eyeglasses, reading glasses, frames, and SUNGLASSES, too, to help those in developing nations who do not have the resources to buy them. Please help by donating your unused glasses! A collection box will be in the Disability Resource Center (Student Center, 114) through June 1.

Health Information Management Applications

Health Information Management (HIM) applications are now available on the HIM page of the NWACC website. The HIM department will be taking applications through July 1. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC username and password. For further questions regarding the HIM application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Respiratory Therapy Applications

The Respiratory Therapy applications are now available on the RT page of the NWACC website. Applications will be taken through July 1, 2015. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC user name and password. There are no paper applications.

For further questions regarding the Respiratory Therapy application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

NWACC IN THE NEWS:

Arkansas Business:

Employers Turning to Two-Year Community Colleges for Workforce Training Needs

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

May 18, 2015

  • ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule (TODAY)
  • Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)
  • Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015
  • Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2
  • Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree
  • Purchasing Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015
  • Summer I Food Court Hours (effective May 26)
  • Testing Center Work Study Positions
  • Washington County Work Study Positions
  • May is Lions Club International “Recycle for Sight” Month!
  • Health Information Management Applications
  • Respiratory Therapy Applications
  • NWACC in the News (4 new items)

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule

Academic Success Center Intersession and Summer I Schedule:

  • May 11-15: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Tutoring closed.
  • May 18-21: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday. Tutoring closed.
  • Tutoring Services resume on May 26, 8 a.m.-6 p,.m. Monday-Thursday.

For more information, please follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NWACCASC

Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: WILL BE OPEN ALL SUMMER  on Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   M-TH 7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
  • Lindy’s: Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed ALL summer.

Summer I hours are listed below under the General Announcements heading.

Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015

Representatives from area colleges and universities frequently visit NWACC to speak to transfer students about their future academic goals.  While the vast majority of visitors come to the Transfer Information Desk in the Student Center, locations may vary.  Please consult the list below when making plans to visit with college/university recruiters.

  • Thursday, May 21: University of Arkansas – Fayetteville Transfer Desk—9:00 to 1:00

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2

The NorthWest Arkansas Community College Foundation will present an informational session on June 2 regarding “Tropical Costa Rica,” a nine-day trip to the Central American nation planned for 2016.

The session will begin at 5:30 p.m. June 2 in the third floor Board of Trustees room.

A related brochure is attached.

The Costa Rica trip will be Feb. 20-28, 2016. Through a partnership with Collette, a respected travel organization, a portion of the travel fare supports the NWACC Foundation.  The tour highlights include San Jose, Doka Coffee Estate, Guanacaste, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Arenal Volcano, Lake Arenal Cruise, Cano Nego Refuge, and Tortuguero National Park. The nine-day trip includes 14 meals. An optional four days, three-night Jungle Adventure post-tour extension is available. Additional information and photos can be found at this link: http://www.gocollette.com/tours/south-america/costa-rica/tropical-costa-rica

Individuals wanting to know more about the trip or who are ready to sign up for the travel opportunity are welcome to attend the informational session. Those interested in attending the session can RSVP to Jean Anderson at the NWACC Foundation at 479-619-4208 or janderson@nwacc.edu.

Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree

The NWACC Foundation would like your feedback!

Whether you did or did not attend the Plant A Seed Soirée scholarship fundraiser event on April 30th at John Q. Hammons Center we want to hear from you. We would greatly appreciate a few minutes of your time to share your thoughts. Participation is completely anonymous.

The survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2015_Soiree_faculty_staff

Purchasing Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015

May 28 is the deadline for ALL Purchase Requisitions. This date applies to the submission of purchase requisitions to the Purchasing Department.  All requisitions that arrive to the Purchasing Department after May 28th will be held and processed July 1st for Fiscal Year 2016. Only justified emergency orders will be considered after this date. Emergency orders are products and services that are essential to the operations of the College and servicing of the students.

Please feel welcome to contact the Purchasing Department with any questions or inquiries. Our department will work to ensure that everyone’s needs are taken care of in a timely manner as we approach the fiscal years’ end.

June 23 is the last day to order any inter-office supplies from the Supply Web until July 1, 2015.

Shipping/Receiving will be functionally closed June 25, 2015 for end-of-year inventory and reconciliations.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Jack Thompson, Executive Director of Operations
479-619-4140
jthompson19@nwacc.edu

Summer I Food Court Hours

The Summer I Food Court, Bookstore and ReCharge U hours of operation are as follows:

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:30
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Monday -Thursday 7:30-10:30
  • Lindy’s: Monday-Thursday 7:30-1:30
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed for the summer.

Summer II hours for food court vendors will be determined at a later date.

Testing Center Work Study Positions

The Testing Center is seeking to hire two work study positions.

If you know a student who is looking for experience in an office setting and gaining people, skills please apply. Please contact the Testing Center 479-619-4354 with questions and email resumes to testingcenter@nwacc.edu.

Washington County Work Study Positions

The Washington County Center currently has 2 openings in Washington County for work-study students.

Applicants must be eligible for financial aid. Students can work up to 15 hours per week, and we work around your work schedule.

Please contact Paula Carollo at pcarollo@nwacc.edu, or at 479-927-3330 for additional information.

May is Lions Club International ‘Recycle for Sight’ Month!

Millions of people all over the world lack access to basic eye care services. During the month of May, the NWACC Disability Resource Center will be participating in “Recycle for Sight” month through the Lions Club International.

We will be collecting eyeglasses, reading glasses, frames, and SUNGLASSES, too, to help those in developing nations who do not have the resources to buy them. Please help by donating your unused glasses! A collection box will be in the Disability Resource Center (Student Center, 114) through June 1.

Health Information Management Applications

Health Information Management (HIM) applications are now available on the HIM page of the NWACC website. The HIM department will be taking applications through July 1. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC username and password. For further questions regarding the HIM application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Respiratory Therapy Applications

The Respiratory Therapy applications are now available on the RT page of the NWACC website. Applications will be taken through July 1, 2015. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC user name and password. There are no paper applications.

For further questions regarding the Respiratory Therapy application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

NWACC IN THE NEWS:

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

 Profiles: Groups laud leaders (Soirée)

NWACC offers trip

Opinion: Brenda Blagg — Stick to the books

Opinion: Not playing ball

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

May 15, 2015

  • Washington County Center (WCC) Services Closed May 7-15 (TODAY)
  • ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule (TODAY)
  • Verbal De-Escalation Session May 15 (TODAY)
  • Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)
  • Join The Fun; Sign Up for Exercise Classes Now
  • Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2
  • Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree
  • Purchasing Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015
  • Summer I Food Court Hours (effective May 26)
  • Testing Center Work Study Positions
  • Washington County Work Study Positions
  • May is Lions Club International “Recycle for Sight” Month!
  • Health Information Management Applications
  • Respiratory Therapy Applications
  • Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

Washington County Center (WCC) Services Closed May 7-15

The Washington County Center will be undergoing renovations and the Student Center and student services (Advising, Student Records, and Treasurer/Cashier) at the WCC will be closed May 7-15. Students needing services should contact the appropriate service area at the main campus.

ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule

Academic Success Center Intersession and Summer I Schedule:

  • May 11-15: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Tutoring closed.
  • May 18-21: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday. Tutoring closed.
  • Tutoring Services resume on May 26, 8 a.m.-6 p,.m. Monday-Thursday.

For more information, please follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NWACCASC

Verbal De-Escalation Session May 15

Verbal de-escalation training is planned for 1 to 2:30 p.m. Friday, May 15, in room 108 of the Becky Paneitz Student Center.

The attached flier contains more information.

Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: WILL BE OPEN ALL SUMMER  on Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   M-TH 7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
  • Lindy’s: Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed ALL summer.

Summer I hours are listed below under the General Announcements heading.

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Join The Fun; Sign Up for Exercise Classes Now

With the Summer Efficiency schedule starting May 18, most of us will be sitting at our desks for approximately 8-10 hours per day…..

Here is a way NWACC employees can participate in exercise classes offered on campus in the Center for Health Professions by YMCA instructors.

The YMCA classes start May 18 and continue through June 26.

See the attached flier and waiver form for additional information. Please complete the liability waiver form and return to Beverly Hill by the end of the week.

Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2

The NorthWest Arkansas Community College Foundation will present an informational session on June 2 regarding “Tropical Costa Rica,” a nine-day trip to the Central American nation planned for 2016.

The session will begin at 5:30 p.m. June 2 in the third floor Board of Trustees room.

A related brochure is attached.

The Costa Rica trip will be Feb. 20-28, 2016. Through a partnership with Collette, a respected travel organization, a portion of the travel fare supports the NWACC Foundation.  The tour highlights include San Jose, Doka Coffee Estate, Guanacaste, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Arenal Volcano, Lake Arenal Cruise, Cano Nego Refuge, and Tortuguero National Park. The nine-day trip includes 14 meals. An optional four days, three-night Jungle Adventure post-tour extension is available. Additional information and photos can be found at this link: http://www.gocollette.com/tours/south-america/costa-rica/tropical-costa-rica

Individuals wanting to know more about the trip or who are ready to sign up for the travel opportunity are welcome to attend the informational session. Those interested in attending the session can RSVP to Jean Anderson at the NWACC Foundation at 479-619-4208 or janderson@nwacc.edu.

Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree

The NWACC Foundation would like your feedback!

Whether you did or did not attend the Plant A Seed Soirée scholarship fundraiser event on April 30th at John Q. Hammons Center we want to hear from you. We would greatly appreciate a few minutes of your time to share your thoughts. Participation is completely anonymous.

The survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2015_Soiree_faculty_staff

Purchasing Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015

May 28 is the deadline for ALL Purchase Requisitions. This date applies to the submission of purchase requisitions to the Purchasing Department.  All requisitions that arrive to the Purchasing Department after May 28th will be held and processed July 1st for Fiscal Year 2016. Only justified emergency orders will be considered after this date. Emergency orders are products and services that are essential to the operations of the College and servicing of the students.

Please feel welcome to contact the Purchasing Department with any questions or inquiries. Our department will work to ensure that everyone’s needs are taken care of in a timely manner as we approach the fiscal years’ end.

June 23 is the last day to order any inter-office supplies from the Supply Web until July 1, 2015.

Shipping/Receiving will be functionally closed June 25, 2015 for end-of-year inventory and reconciliations.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Jack Thompson, Executive Director of Operations
479-619-4140
jthompson19@nwacc.edu

Summer I Food Court Hours

The Summer I Food Court, Bookstore and ReCharge U hours of operation are as follows:

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:30
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Monday -Thursday 7:30-10:30
  • Lindy’s: Monday-Thursday 7:30-1:30
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed for the summer.

Summer II hours for food court vendors will be determined at a later date.

Testing Center Work Study Positions

The Testing Center is seeking to hire two work study positions.

If you know a student who is looking for experience in an office setting and gaining people, skills please apply. Please contact the Testing Center 479-619-4354 with questions and email resumes to testingcenter@nwacc.edu.

Washington County Work Study Positions

The Washington County Center currently has 2 openings in Washington County for work-study students.

Applicants must be eligible for financial aid. Students can work up to 15 hours per week, and we work around your work schedule.

Please contact Paula Carollo at pcarollo@nwacc.edu, or at 479-927-3330 for additional information.

May is Lions Club International ‘Recycle for Sight’ Month!

Millions of people all over the world lack access to basic eye care services. During the month of May, the NWACC Disability Resource Center will be participating in “Recycle for Sight” month through the Lions Club International.

We will be collecting eyeglasses, reading glasses, frames, and SUNGLASSES, too, to help those in developing nations who do not have the resources to buy them. Please help by donating your unused glasses! A collection box will be in the Disability Resource Center (Student Center, 114) through June 1.

Health Information Management Applications

Health Information Management (HIM) applications are now available on the HIM page of the NWACC website. The HIM department will be taking applications through July 1. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC username and password. For further questions regarding the HIM application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Respiratory Therapy Applications

The Respiratory Therapy applications are now available on the RT page of the NWACC website. Applications will be taken through July 1, 2015. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC user name and password. There are no paper applications.

For further questions regarding the Respiratory Therapy application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015

Representatives from area colleges and universities frequently visit NWACC to speak to transfer students about their future academic goals.  While the vast majority of visitors come to the Transfer Information Desk in the Student Center, locations may vary.  Please consult the list below when making plans to visit with college/university recruiters.

  • Thursday, May 21: University of Arkansas – Fayetteville Transfer Desk—9:00 to 1:00

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

May 14, 2015

  • Washington County Center (WCC) Services Closed May 7-15 (TODAY)
  • ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule (TODAY)
  • Verbal De-Escalation Session May 15
  • New Friday Service Hours for Student Services
  • Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)
  • Join The Fun; Sign Up for Exercise Classes Now
  • Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2
  • Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree
  • Purchasing Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015
  • Summer I Food Court Hours (effective May 26)
  • Testing Center Work Study Positions
  • Washington County Work Study Positions
  • May is Lions Club International “Recycle for Sight” Month!
  • Health Information Management Applications
  • Respiratory Therapy Applications
  • Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015
  • NWACC in the News (1 new item)

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

Washington County Center (WCC) Services Closed May 7-15

The Washington County Center will be undergoing renovations and the Student Center and student services (Advising, Student Records, and Treasurer/Cashier) at the WCC will be closed May 7-15. Students needing services should contact the appropriate service area at the main campus.

ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule

Academic Success Center Intersession and Summer I Schedule:

  • May 11-15: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Tutoring closed.
  • May 18-21: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday. Tutoring closed.
  • Tutoring Services resume on May 26, 8 a.m.-6 p,.m. Monday-Thursday.

For more information, please follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NWACCASC

Verbal De-Escalation Session May 15

Verbal de-escalation training is planned for 1 to 2:30 p.m. Friday, May 15, in room 108 of the Becky Paneitz Student Center.

The attached flier contains more information.

New Friday Service Hours for Student Services

In order to better serve students, the division of student services will now open at 8 a.m. on Fridays.

Regular weekly hours are: Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Friday: 8 a.m. – noon.

Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: WILL BE OPEN ALL SUMMER  on Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   M-TH 7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
  • Lindy’s: Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed ALL summer.

Summer I hours are listed below under the General Announcements heading.

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Join The Fun; Sign Up for Exercise Classes Now

With the Summer Efficiency schedule starting May 18, most of us will be sitting at our desks for approximately 8-10 hours per day…..

Here is a way NWACC employees can participate in exercise classes offered on campus in the Center for Health Professions by YMCA instructors.

The YMCA classes start May 18 and continue through June 26.

See the attached flier and waiver form for additional information. Please complete the liability waiver form and return to Beverly Hill by the end of the week.

Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2

The NorthWest Arkansas Community College Foundation will present an informational session on June 2 regarding “Tropical Costa Rica,” a nine-day trip to the Central American nation planned for 2016.

The session will begin at 5:30 p.m. June 2 in the third floor Board of Trustees room.

A related brochure is attached.

The Costa Rica trip will be Feb. 20-28, 2016. Through a partnership with Collette, a respected travel organization, a portion of the travel fare supports the NWACC Foundation.  The tour highlights include San Jose, Doka Coffee Estate, Guanacaste, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Arenal Volcano, Lake Arenal Cruise, Cano Nego Refuge, and Tortuguero National Park. The nine-day trip includes 14 meals. An optional four days, three-night Jungle Adventure post-tour extension is available. Additional information and photos can be found at this link: http://www.gocollette.com/tours/south-america/costa-rica/tropical-costa-rica

Individuals wanting to know more about the trip or who are ready to sign up for the travel opportunity are welcome to attend the informational session. Those interested in attending the session can RSVP to Jean Anderson at the NWACC Foundation at 479-619-4208 or janderson@nwacc.edu.

Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree

The NWACC Foundation would like your feedback!

Whether you did or did not attend the Plant A Seed Soirée scholarship fundraiser event on April 30th at John Q. Hammons Center we want to hear from you. We would greatly appreciate a few minutes of your time to share your thoughts. Participation is completely anonymous.

The survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2015_Soiree_faculty_staff

Purchasing Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015

May 28 is the deadline for ALL Purchase Requisitions. This date applies to the submission of purchase requisitions to the Purchasing Department.  All requisitions that arrive to the Purchasing Department after May 28th will be held and processed July 1st for Fiscal Year 2016. Only justified emergency orders will be considered after this date. Emergency orders are products and services that are essential to the operations of the College and servicing of the students.

Please feel welcome to contact the Purchasing Department with any questions or inquiries. Our department will work to ensure that everyone’s needs are taken care of in a timely manner as we approach the fiscal years’ end.

June 23 is the last day to order any inter-office supplies from the Supply Web until July 1, 2015.

Shipping/Receiving will be functionally closed June 25, 2015 for end-of-year inventory and reconciliations.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Jack Thompson, Executive Director of Operations
479-619-4140
jthompson19@nwacc.edu

Summer I Food Court Hours

The Summer I Food Court, Bookstore and ReCharge U hours of operation are as follows:

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:30
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Monday -Thursday 7:30-10:30
  • Lindy’s: Monday-Thursday 7:30-1:30
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed for the summer.

Summer II hours for food court vendors will be determined at a later date.

Testing Center Work Study Positions

The Testing Center is seeking to hire two work study positions.

If you know a student who is looking for experience in an office setting and gaining people, skills please apply. Please contact the Testing Center 479-619-4354 with questions and email resumes to testingcenter@nwacc.edu.

Washington County Work Study Positions

The Washington County Center currently has 2 openings in Washington County for work-study students.

Applicants must be eligible for financial aid. Students can work up to 15 hours per week, and we work around your work schedule.

Please contact Paula Carollo at pcarollo@nwacc.edu, or at 479-927-3330 for additional information.

May is Lions Club International ‘Recycle for Sight’ Month!

Millions of people all over the world lack access to basic eye care services. During the month of May, the NWACC Disability Resource Center will be participating in “Recycle for Sight” month through the Lions Club International.

We will be collecting eyeglasses, reading glasses, frames, and SUNGLASSES, too, to help those in developing nations who do not have the resources to buy them. Please help by donating your unused glasses! A collection box will be in the Disability Resource Center (Student Center, 114) through June 1.

Health Information Management Applications

Health Information Management (HIM) applications are now available on the HIM page of the NWACC website. The HIM department will be taking applications through July 1. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC username and password. For further questions regarding the HIM application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Respiratory Therapy Applications

The Respiratory Therapy applications are now available on the RT page of the NWACC website. Applications will be taken through July 1, 2015. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC user name and password. There are no paper applications.

For further questions regarding the Respiratory Therapy application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015

Representatives from area colleges and universities frequently visit NWACC to speak to transfer students about their future academic goals.  While the vast majority of visitors come to the Transfer Information Desk in the Student Center, locations may vary.  Please consult the list below when making plans to visit with college/university recruiters.

  • Thursday, May 21: University of Arkansas – Fayetteville Transfer Desk—9:00 to 1:00

NWACC IN THE NEWS:

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette:

Springdale School District plans new high school campus

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

May 13, 2015

  • Washington County Center (WCC) Services Closed May 7-15 (TODAY)
  • ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule (TODAY)
  • Verbal De-Escalation Session May 15
  • New Friday Service Hours for Student Services
  • Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)
  • Join The Fun; Sign Up for Exercise Classes Now
  • Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2 (new)
  • Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree
  • Purchasing Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015
  • Summer I Food Court Hours (effective May 26)
  • NWACC T.H.A.N.K.S.
  • Testing Center Work Study Positions
  • Washington County Work Study Positions
  • May is Lions Club International “Recycle for Sight” Month!
  • Health Information Management Applications
  • Respiratory Therapy Applications
  • Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015
  • NWACC in the News (2 new items)

THIS WEEK AT NWACC:

Washington County Center (WCC) Services Closed May 7-15

The Washington County Center will be undergoing renovations and the Student Center and student services (Advising, Student Records, and Treasurer/Cashier) at the WCC will be closed May 7-15. Students needing services should contact the appropriate service area at the main campus.

ASC Intersession & Summer I Schedule

Academic Success Center Intersession and Summer I Schedule:

  • May 11-15: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Tutoring closed.
  • May 18-21: Computer Lab open, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday. Tutoring closed.
  • Tutoring Services resume on May 26, 8 a.m.-6 p,.m. Monday-Thursday.

For more information, please follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NWACCASC

Verbal De-Escalation Session May 15

Verbal de-escalation training is planned for 1 to 2:30 p.m. Friday, May 15, in room 108 of the Becky Paneitz Student Center.

The attached flier contains more information.

New Friday Service Hours for Student Services

In order to better serve students, the division of student services will now open at 8 a.m. on Fridays.

Regular weekly hours are: Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.; Friday: 8 a.m. – noon.

Some Information about Vendor Hours Prior to Summer I (May 11-21)

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: WILL BE OPEN ALL SUMMER  on Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   M-TH 7:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
  • Lindy’s: Closed May 8 – May 25;  REOPEN MAY 26   Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed ALL summer.

Summer I hours are listed below under the General Announcements heading.

GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Join The Fun; Sign Up for Exercise Classes Now

With the Summer Efficiency schedule starting May 18, most of us will be sitting at our desks for approximately 8-10 hours per day…..

Here is a way NWACC employees can participate in exercise classes offered on campus in the Center for Health Professions by YMCA instructors.

The YMCA classes start May 18 and continue through June 26.

See the attached flier and waiver form for additional information. Please complete the liability waiver form and return to Beverly Hill by the end of the week.

Informational Session Planned about Costa Rica Trip on June 2

The NorthWest Arkansas Community College Foundation will present an informational session on June 2 regarding “Tropical Costa Rica,” a nine-day trip to the Central American nation planned for 2016.

The session will begin at 5:30 p.m. June 2 in the third floor Board of Trustees room.

A related brochure is attached.

The Costa Rica trip will be Feb. 20-28, 2016. Through a partnership with Collette, a respected travel organization, a portion of the travel fare supports the NWACC Foundation.  The tour highlights include San Jose, Doka Coffee Estate, Guanacaste, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Arenal Volcano, Lake Arenal Cruise, Cano Nego Refuge, and Tortuguero National Park. The nine-day trip includes 14 meals. An optional four days, three-night Jungle Adventure post-tour extension is available. Additional information and photos can be found at this link: http://www.gocollette.com/tours/south-america/costa-rica/tropical-costa-rica

Individuals wanting to know more about the trip or who are ready to sign up for the travel opportunity are welcome to attend the informational session. Those interested in attending the session can RSVP to Jean Anderson at the NWACC Foundation at 479-619-4208 or janderson@nwacc.edu.

Foundation Survey for Plant A Seed Soiree

The NWACC Foundation would like your feedback!

Whether you did or did not attend the Plant A Seed Soirée scholarship fundraiser event on April 30th at John Q. Hammons Center we want to hear from you. We would greatly appreciate a few minutes of your time to share your thoughts. Participation is completely anonymous.

The survey can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2015_Soiree_faculty_staff

Purchasing Deadlines for End of Fiscal Year 2015

May 28 is the deadline for ALL Purchase Requisitions. This date applies to the submission of purchase requisitions to the Purchasing Department.  All requisitions that arrive to the Purchasing Department after May 28th will be held and processed July 1st for Fiscal Year 2016. Only justified emergency orders will be considered after this date. Emergency orders are products and services that are essential to the operations of the College and servicing of the students.

Please feel welcome to contact the Purchasing Department with any questions or inquiries. Our department will work to ensure that everyone’s needs are taken care of in a timely manner as we approach the fiscal years’ end.

June 23 is the last day to order any inter-office supplies from the Supply Web until July 1, 2015.

Shipping/Receiving will be functionally closed June 25, 2015 for end-of-year inventory and reconciliations.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Jack Thompson, Executive Director of Operations
479-619-4140
jthompson19@nwacc.edu

Summer I Food Court Hours

The Summer I Food Court, Bookstore and ReCharge U hours of operation are as follows:

  • Bookstore and ReCharge U: Monday-Thursday 8:00-4:30
  • Kennedy Coffee:  Monday -Thursday 7:30-10:30
  • Lindy’s: Monday-Thursday 7:30-1:30
  • Chick-Fil-A: Closed for the summer.

Summer II hours for food court vendors will be determined at a later date.

NWACC T.H.A.N.K.S.

Outstanding faculty and staff do make a difference! They make learning challenging and fun, they are available when needed, and they work together to foster brighter futures for students. When an NWACC employee makes this kind of a difference, NWACC T.H.A.N.K.S provides a way to say “thanks” for a job well done. T.H.A.N.K.S can be offered by students, staff or faculty. You can THANK as many people as you wish, and you may choose to remain anonymous. Your note will be sent to the recipient as an email, with a copy going to our college President, Dr. Evelyn Jorgenson. Notes from students will not be delivered to faculty until after final grades are submitted for the semester. Names will be drawn from faculty & staff THANKS recipients for a gift card during the Fall forum. Submit your THANKS here: http://content.nwacc.edu/distanceLearning/thanks/thanks.php

Testing Center Work Study Positions

The Testing Center is seeking to hire two work study positions.

If you know a student who is looking for experience in an office setting and gaining people, skills please apply. Please contact the Testing Center 479-619-4354 with questions and email resumes to testingcenter@nwacc.edu.

Washington County Work Study Positions

The Washington County Center currently has 2 openings in Washington County for work-study students.

Applicants must be eligible for financial aid. Students can work up to 15 hours per week, and we work around your work schedule.

Please contact Paula Carollo at pcarollo@nwacc.edu, or at 479-927-3330 for additional information.

May is Lions Club International ‘Recycle for Sight’ Month!

Millions of people all over the world lack access to basic eye care services. During the month of May, the NWACC Disability Resource Center will be participating in “Recycle for Sight” month through the Lions Club International.

We will be collecting eyeglasses, reading glasses, frames, and SUNGLASSES, too, to help those in developing nations who do not have the resources to buy them. Please help by donating your unused glasses! A collection box will be in the Disability Resource Center (Student Center, 114) through June 1.

Health Information Management Applications

Health Information Management (HIM) applications are now available on the HIM page of the NWACC website. The HIM department will be taking applications through July 1. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC username and password. For further questions regarding the HIM application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Respiratory Therapy Applications

The Respiratory Therapy applications are now available on the RT page of the NWACC website. Applications will be taken through July 1, 2015. Students accepted will begin Fall 2015.

To apply, students will need their NWACC user name and password. There are no paper applications.

For further questions regarding the Respiratory Therapy application, please contact HPapps@nwacc.edu

Transfer Visits at a Glance—May 2015

Representatives from area colleges and universities frequently visit NWACC to speak to transfer students about their future academic goals.  While the vast majority of visitors come to the Transfer Information Desk in the Student Center, locations may vary.  Please consult the list below when making plans to visit with college/university recruiters.

  • Thursday, May 21: University of Arkansas – Fayetteville Transfer Desk—9:00 to 1:00

NWACC IN THE NEWS:

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette:

College nixes sports proposal

40/29TV (KHOG)

College won’t move forward with sports program

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC