July 28, 2016

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Celebrate Learning Fall 2016 (NEW)

Fall Celebrate Learning is scheduled for Tuesday morning, August 16 and Wednesday afternoon, August 17. Sessions will be held in the student center and TLC. Dr. Ricky Tompkins is opening Celebrate Learning with a keynote address on Student Success and Retention. Please plan on attending. Celebrate Learning is designed for faculty, however, all employees are welcome with advanced approval by their supervisor.

Respiratory Therapy Scholarship Now Available

The Robin Bush Respiratory Therapy Scholarship is now available for students currently enrolled in the Respiratory Therapy Program at NWACC. Click HERE to learn more! Applications are due by 4:00pm on Friday, September 16, 2016. Contact the Scholarship Coordinator with any questions at scholarships@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4109.

Construction Technology Scholarship 

The Clark Contractors Scholarship is now available to students enrolled in the Construction Technology program! Click HERE to learn more and apply. The deadline is August 15, 2016. For questions, please call the Scholarship Coordinator at (479) 619-4316 or email scholarships@nwacc.edu.

Anderson Family Scholarship Deadline EXTENDED!

The Anderson Family Scholarship is open to women who have been in the Saving Grace program who want to attend NWACC. Don’t miss this opportunity! The deadline to apply is Monday, August 8, 2016. Click HERE to learn more.

New Name for Private Music Lessons 

There’s a new music major on campus that’s part of the new Associate of Fine Arts degree. The new degree necessitated some new course names for private music lessons at NWACC, but they’re still here, bigger and better than ever. Students can find them under the MUAP prefix (applied music) in the available course listings. Secondary Private Instrument/Voice are half-hour lessons each week, and Major Private Instrument/Voice are one-hour lessons weekly. Contact a teacher from the attached list for more information.

New Faculty Welcome Development Week 

New Faculty Welcome Development week will be held August 1-4, 2016 in the Teaching and Learning Center, Burns Hall 1324. All faculty are invited to attend, however, all new faculty are required to participate. Please see the attached schedule for details. If you plan to attend a session, please email jschwade@nwacc,edu to register.

NWACC Eagle View Bootcamp 2016

The NWACC student newspaper, the Eagle View, is hosting a boot camp from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 27 in room 1459 in Burns Hall. The boot camp is designed to inform interested, but hesitant students, on what working with the newspaper involves so that they may make an informed decision about whether to join the staff. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. RSVP at eagleview@nwacc.edu by Aug. 25.

NWACC THANKS!

Outstanding faculty and staff do make a difference! NWACC T.H.A.N.K.S provides a way to say “thanks” for a job well done. THANKS to the generosity of Dr. Ricky Tompkins, the program will hold our next prize drawing during Fall Forum, so submit your THANKS today at http://content.nwacc.edu/distanceLearning/thanks/thanks.php

Found 2014 Class Ring

A women’s ring from 2014 that does not appear to have a name on the inside has been found.  Please contact Nancy Mills at 479.619.2282 if you think this ring may be yours.

Save Lives! Give Blood

The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Bloodmobile will be on the NWACC campus July 28 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Bloodmobile will be parked in the parking lot east of Burns Hall. All donors will receive a free t-shirt. To sign up for a time contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

NWACC Food Pantry Needs Breakfast Items

Because of generous donations from NWACC employees and students, the NWACC Food Pantry has served over 300 NWACC students and employees this year. The pantry has operated solely on donations and hopes to continue to do so. At this time the pantry is completely out of breakfast items. For families, these will include regular size boxes of cereal, oatmeal, granola bars, cream of wheat, etc. Because we also serve many single individuals we will also need single serving sizes of those items. To donate to the pantry contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu. Your kind and generous donations are greatly appreciated.

Faculty and Staff Parking Renewals for 2016-2017

In regards to hangtag renewals for 2016-2017, please review the steps of how to renew them here.

Study Abroad – Summer 2017

The Study Abroad Office is excited to announce that we will have 4 trips going in Summer 2017. Those trips include: Haiti, Thailand, Siena, Italy, and Greece. You can find more information by emailing StudyAbroad@nwacc.edu or visiting our web page https://www.nwacc.edu/web/studyabroad/. The enrollment deadline is Jan. 15, 2017.

New Facebook & Twitter Page for the International & Study Abroad Office

The International & Study Abroad Office have developed two new social media pages to encompass all activities. Please go to our pages at http://www.facebook.com/nwaccisao and http://www.twitter.com/nwaccisao and follow/like them at your leisure.

Coke Vending Machine Out of Order 

The coke vending machine (81416) in the Burns Hall north end lobby is out of order until further notice. A part has been ordered to make repairs. Please feel free to visit the nearby coke machine by the Tutoring Center or any other vending machine in Burns Hall. We apologize for the inconvenience.

-Operations Dept.

Office moves requiring IT assistance

With several major renovations, moves and projects already scheduled, please be sure to provide IT as much notice as possible for any additional moves throughout the summer (a minimum of two weeks is greatly appreciated). Priority will be placed on previously scheduled activities and tickets over moves that have not been scheduled in advance. Additionally, because IT is responsible for maintaining the inventory of “IT tagged” assets, please do not move any equipment on your own. Thank you for your assistance!

WCOB Advisor on Campus

All Walton College of Business (WCOB) transfer students who have completed 30 credit hours are invited to schedule an academic advising appointment with the transfer advisor: The WCOB transfer advisor will be on campus July 27, Sept 12 and Sept 20. If you would like to set up an appointment please email Business Advisor, Christy Reynolds, your name, your major at WCOB, student ID number and the time and day you would like to set an appointment. Send email to creynolds@nwacc.edu

P.E.O. Educational Grant Opportunity for Women

This is a needs based grant program providing one-time financial assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification that improves their marketable skills for employment to support themselves and/or their families. Click HERE to learn more. To express your interest in applying, contact the NWACC Foundation Annual Giving Officer, Karen O’Donohoe, at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4321 no later than September 1, 2016.

Introduction to Cybercrime – Fall 2016 – CRN 11464

Are you looking for an outstanding elective? Interested in cyber security and criminal justice, or just an exciting course? This may be that one class that changes you! Introduction to Cybercrime, CMJS-2363, offers an overview to the history of cybercrime from the 1980s to the present day. The course will look at the social philosophy that encompasses hacker culture, an examination of domestic crime and the further transformation into cyber-terrorism. Including the various responses of the criminal justice system and other agencies to this recent phenomena. Methods of Hacking and Anti-Hacking will be presented! Course will be held MW 10:30am-11:45am in SGBDC 1029 Instructors Dr. David Kirsch & Kimberly Bertschy, MS If you have questions about the course please contact Dr. Kirsch at dkirsch@nwacc.edu.

Tutoring Center Intersession & Summer Hours 

The Burns Hall Tutoring Center will be open the following days and times for the summer:  July 5-August 3: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm

Help Build the Hammock Lounge

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board members are excited to build the NWACC Hammock Lounge. Because the lounge will be funded by donations, SAAB members are looking to you to help build this great new addition to campus. The lounge will be a place for students to hang out, study, and enjoy. Every little bit helps! If you would like to donate to this awesome new addition for NWACC students please email studentlife@nwacc.edu. For more information contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Free Counseling for Students

NWACC offers professional and private counseling to students through a partnership with area agencies. Counseling is free for students and available on campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. To schedule an appointment, contact Danielle Schader at dschader@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4237 or Dale Montgomery at dmontgom@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4234.

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July 27, 2016

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Respiratory Therapy Scholarship Now Available (NEW)

The Robin Bush Respiratory Therapy Scholarship is now available for students currently enrolled in the Respiratory Therapy Program at NWACC. Click HERE to learn more! Applications are due by 4:00pm on Friday, September 16, 2016. Contact the Scholarship Coordinator with any questions at scholarships@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4109.

Construction Technology Scholarship 

The Clark Contractors Scholarship is now available to students enrolled in the Construction Technology program! Click HERE to learn more and apply. The deadline is August 15, 2016. For questions, please call the Scholarship Coordinator at (479) 619-4316 or email scholarships@nwacc.edu.

Anderson Family Scholarship Deadline EXTENDED!

The Anderson Family Scholarship is open to women who have been in the Saving Grace program who want to attend NWACC. Don’t miss this opportunity! The deadline to apply is Monday, August 8, 2016. Click HERE to learn more.

New Name for Private Music Lessons 

There’s a new music major on campus that’s part of the new Associate of Fine Arts degree. The new degree necessitated some new course names for private music lessons at NWACC, but they’re still here, bigger and better than ever. Students can find them under the MUAP prefix (applied music) in the available course listings. Secondary Private Instrument/Voice are half-hour lessons each week, and Major Private Instrument/Voice are one-hour lessons weekly. Contact a teacher from the attached list for more information.

New Faculty Welcome Development Week 

New Faculty Welcome Development week will be held August 1-4, 2016 in the Teaching and Learning Center, Burns Hall 1324. All faculty are invited to attend, however, all new faculty are required to participate. Please see the attached schedule for details. If you plan to attend a session, please email jschwade@nwacc,edu to register.

NWACC Eagle View Bootcamp 2016

The NWACC student newspaper, the Eagle View, is hosting a boot camp from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 27 in room 1459 in Burns Hall. The boot camp is designed to inform interested, but hesitant students, on what working with the newspaper involves so that they may make an informed decision about whether to join the staff. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. RSVP at eagleview@nwacc.edu by Aug. 25.

NWACC THANKS!

Outstanding faculty and staff do make a difference! NWACC T.H.A.N.K.S provides a way to say “thanks” for a job well done. THANKS to the generosity of Dr. Ricky Tompkins, the program will hold our next prize drawing during Fall Forum, so submit your THANKS today at http://content.nwacc.edu/distanceLearning/thanks/thanks.php

Found 2014 Class Ring

A women’s ring from 2014 that does not appear to have a name on the inside has been found.  Please contact Nancy Mills at 479.619.2282 if you think this ring may be yours.

Save Lives! Give Blood

The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Bloodmobile will be on the NWACC campus July 28 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Bloodmobile will be parked in the parking lot east of Burns Hall. All donors will receive a free t-shirt. To sign up for a time contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

NWACC Food Pantry Needs Breakfast Items

Because of generous donations from NWACC employees and students, the NWACC Food Pantry has served over 300 NWACC students and employees this year. The pantry has operated solely on donations and hopes to continue to do so. At this time the pantry is completely out of breakfast items. For families, these will include regular size boxes of cereal, oatmeal, granola bars, cream of wheat, etc. Because we also serve many single individuals we will also need single serving sizes of those items. To donate to the pantry contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu. Your kind and generous donations are greatly appreciated.

Faculty and Staff Parking Renewals for 2016-2017

In regards to hangtag renewals for 2016-2017, please review the steps of how to renew them here.

Study Abroad – Summer 2017

The Study Abroad Office is excited to announce that we will have 4 trips going in Summer 2017. Those trips include: Haiti, Thailand, Siena, Italy, and Greece. You can find more information by emailing StudyAbroad@nwacc.edu or visiting our web page https://www.nwacc.edu/web/studyabroad/. The enrollment deadline is Jan. 15, 2017.

New Facebook & Twitter Page for the International & Study Abroad Office

The International & Study Abroad Office have developed two new social media pages to encompass all activities. Please go to our pages at http://www.facebook.com/nwaccisao and http://www.twitter.com/nwaccisao and follow/like them at your leisure.

Coke Vending Machine Out of Order 

The coke vending machine (81416) in the Burns Hall north end lobby is out of order until further notice. A part has been ordered to make repairs. Please feel free to visit the nearby coke machine by the Tutoring Center or any other vending machine in Burns Hall. We apologize for the inconvenience.

-Operations Dept.

Office moves requiring IT assistance

With several major renovations, moves and projects already scheduled, please be sure to provide IT as much notice as possible for any additional moves throughout the summer (a minimum of two weeks is greatly appreciated). Priority will be placed on previously scheduled activities and tickets over moves that have not been scheduled in advance. Additionally, because IT is responsible for maintaining the inventory of “IT tagged” assets, please do not move any equipment on your own. Thank you for your assistance!

WCOB Advisor on Campus

All Walton College of Business (WCOB) transfer students who have completed 30 credit hours are invited to schedule an academic advising appointment with the transfer advisor: The WCOB transfer advisor will be on campus July 27, Sept 12 and Sept 20. If you would like to set up an appointment please email Business Advisor, Christy Reynolds, your name, your major at WCOB, student ID number and the time and day you would like to set an appointment. Send email to creynolds@nwacc.edu

P.E.O. Educational Grant Opportunity for Women

This is a needs based grant program providing one-time financial assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification that improves their marketable skills for employment to support themselves and/or their families. Click HERE to learn more. To express your interest in applying, contact the NWACC Foundation Annual Giving Officer, Karen O’Donohoe, at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4321 no later than September 1, 2016.

Introduction to Cybercrime – Fall 2016 – CRN 11464

Are you looking for an outstanding elective? Interested in cyber security and criminal justice, or just an exciting course? This may be that one class that changes you! Introduction to Cybercrime, CMJS-2363, offers an overview to the history of cybercrime from the 1980s to the present day. The course will look at the social philosophy that encompasses hacker culture, an examination of domestic crime and the further transformation into cyber-terrorism. Including the various responses of the criminal justice system and other agencies to this recent phenomena. Methods of Hacking and Anti-Hacking will be presented! Course will be held MW 10:30am-11:45am in SGBDC 1029 Instructors Dr. David Kirsch & Kimberly Bertschy, MS If you have questions about the course please contact Dr. Kirsch at dkirsch@nwacc.edu.

Tutoring Center Intersession & Summer Hours 

The Burns Hall Tutoring Center will be open the following days and times for the summer:  July 5-August 3: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm

Help Build the Hammock Lounge

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board members are excited to build the NWACC Hammock Lounge. Because the lounge will be funded by donations, SAAB members are looking to you to help build this great new addition to campus. The lounge will be a place for students to hang out, study, and enjoy. Every little bit helps! If you would like to donate to this awesome new addition for NWACC students please email studentlife@nwacc.edu. For more information contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Free Counseling for Students

NWACC offers professional and private counseling to students through a partnership with area agencies. Counseling is free for students and available on campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. To schedule an appointment, contact Danielle Schader at dschader@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4237 or Dale Montgomery at dmontgom@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4234.

 

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Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

July 26, 2016

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Construction Technology Scholarship (NEW)

The Clark Contractors Scholarship is now available to students enrolled in the Construction Technology program! Click HERE to learn more and apply. The deadline is August 15, 2016. For questions, please call the Scholarship Coordinator at (479) 619-4316 or email scholarships@nwacc.edu.

Anderson Family Scholarship Deadline EXTENDED!

The Anderson Family Scholarship is open to women who have been in the Saving Grace program who want to attend NWACC. Don’t miss this opportunity! The deadline to apply is Monday, August 8, 2016. Click HERE to learn more.

New Name for Private Music Lessons 

There’s a new music major on campus that’s part of the new Associate of Fine Arts degree. The new degree necessitated some new course names for private music lessons at NWACC, but they’re still here, bigger and better than ever. Students can find them under the MUAP prefix (applied music) in the available course listings. Secondary Private Instrument/Voice are half-hour lessons each week, and Major Private Instrument/Voice are one-hour lessons weekly. Contact a teacher from the attached list for more information.

New Faculty Welcome Development Week 

New Faculty Welcome Development week will be held August 1-4, 2016 in the Teaching and Learning Center, Burns Hall 1324. All faculty are invited to attend, however, all new faculty are required to participate. Please see the attached schedule for details. If you plan to attend a session, please email jschwade@nwacc,edu to register.

NWACC Eagle View Bootcamp 2016

The NWACC student newspaper, the Eagle View, is hosting a boot camp from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 27 in room 1459 in Burns Hall. The boot camp is designed to inform interested, but hesitant students, on what working with the newspaper involves so that they may make an informed decision about whether to join the staff. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. RSVP at eagleview@nwacc.edu by Aug. 25.

NWACC THANKS!

Outstanding faculty and staff do make a difference! NWACC T.H.A.N.K.S provides a way to say “thanks” for a job well done. THANKS to the generosity of Dr. Ricky Tompkins, the program will hold our next prize drawing during Fall Forum, so submit your THANKS today at http://content.nwacc.edu/distanceLearning/thanks/thanks.php

Found 2014 Class Ring

A women’s ring from 2014 that does not appear to have a name on the inside has been found.  Please contact Nancy Mills at 479.619.2282 if you think this ring may be yours.

Save Lives! Give Blood

The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Bloodmobile will be on the NWACC campus July 28 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Bloodmobile will be parked in the parking lot east of Burns Hall. All donors will receive a free t-shirt. To sign up for a time contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

NWACC Food Pantry Needs Breakfast Items

Because of generous donations from NWACC employees and students, the NWACC Food Pantry has served over 300 NWACC students and employees this year. The pantry has operated solely on donations and hopes to continue to do so. At this time the pantry is completely out of breakfast items. For families, these will include regular size boxes of cereal, oatmeal, granola bars, cream of wheat, etc. Because we also serve many single individuals we will also need single serving sizes of those items. To donate to the pantry contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu. Your kind and generous donations are greatly appreciated.

Faculty and Staff Parking Renewals for 2016-2017

In regards to hangtag renewals for 2016-2017, please review the steps of how to renew them here.

Study Abroad – Summer 2017

The Study Abroad Office is excited to announce that we will have 4 trips going in Summer 2017. Those trips include: Haiti, Thailand, Siena, Italy, and Greece. You can find more information by emailing StudyAbroad@nwacc.edu or visiting our web page https://www.nwacc.edu/web/studyabroad/. The enrollment deadline is Jan. 15, 2017.

New Facebook & Twitter Page for the International & Study Abroad Office

The International & Study Abroad Office have developed two new social media pages to encompass all activities. Please go to our pages at http://www.facebook.com/nwaccisao and http://www.twitter.com/nwaccisao and follow/like them at your leisure.

Coke Vending Machine Out of Order 

The coke vending machine (81416) in the Burns Hall north end lobby is out of order until further notice. A part has been ordered to make repairs. Please feel free to visit the nearby coke machine by the Tutoring Center or any other vending machine in Burns Hall. We apologize for the inconvenience.

-Operations Dept.

Office moves requiring IT assistance

With several major renovations, moves and projects already scheduled, please be sure to provide IT as much notice as possible for any additional moves throughout the summer (a minimum of two weeks is greatly appreciated). Priority will be placed on previously scheduled activities and tickets over moves that have not been scheduled in advance. Additionally, because IT is responsible for maintaining the inventory of “IT tagged” assets, please do not move any equipment on your own. Thank you for your assistance!

WCOB Advisor on Campus

All Walton College of Business (WCOB) transfer students who have completed 30 credit hours are invited to schedule an academic advising appointment with the transfer advisor: The WCOB transfer advisor will be on campus July 27, Sept 12 and Sept 20. If you would like to set up an appointment please email Business Advisor, Christy Reynolds, your name, your major at WCOB, student ID number and the time and day you would like to set an appointment. Send email to creynolds@nwacc.edu

P.E.O. Educational Grant Opportunity for Women

This is a needs based grant program providing one-time financial assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification that improves their marketable skills for employment to support themselves and/or their families. Click HERE to learn more. To express your interest in applying, contact the NWACC Foundation Annual Giving Officer, Karen O’Donohoe, at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4321 no later than September 1, 2016.

Introduction to Cybercrime – Fall 2016 – CRN 11464

Are you looking for an outstanding elective? Interested in cyber security and criminal justice, or just an exciting course? This may be that one class that changes you! Introduction to Cybercrime, CMJS-2363, offers an overview to the history of cybercrime from the 1980s to the present day. The course will look at the social philosophy that encompasses hacker culture, an examination of domestic crime and the further transformation into cyber-terrorism. Including the various responses of the criminal justice system and other agencies to this recent phenomena. Methods of Hacking and Anti-Hacking will be presented! Course will be held MW 10:30am-11:45am in SGBDC 1029 Instructors Dr. David Kirsch & Kimberly Bertschy, MS If you have questions about the course please contact Dr. Kirsch at dkirsch@nwacc.edu.

Tutoring Center Intersession & Summer Hours 

The Burns Hall Tutoring Center will be open the following days and times for the summer:  July 5-August 3: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm

Help Build the Hammock Lounge

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board members are excited to build the NWACC Hammock Lounge. Because the lounge will be funded by donations, SAAB members are looking to you to help build this great new addition to campus. The lounge will be a place for students to hang out, study, and enjoy. Every little bit helps! If you would like to donate to this awesome new addition for NWACC students please email studentlife@nwacc.edu. For more information contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Free Counseling for Students

NWACC offers professional and private counseling to students through a partnership with area agencies. Counseling is free for students and available on campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. To schedule an appointment, contact Danielle Schader at dschader@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4237 or Dale Montgomery at dmontgom@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4234.

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July 25, 2016

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Construction Technology Scholarship (NEW)

The Clark Contractors Scholarship is now available to students enrolled in the Construction Technology program! Click HERE to learn more and apply. The deadline is August 15, 2016. For questions, please call the Scholarship Coordinator at (479) 619-4316 or email scholarships@nwacc.edu.

Anderson Family Scholarship Deadline EXTENDED!

The Anderson Family Scholarship is open to women who have been in the Saving Grace program who want to attend NWACC. Don’t miss this opportunity! The deadline to apply is Monday, August 8, 2016. Click HERE to learn more.

New Name for Private Music Lessons 

There’s a new music major on campus that’s part of the new Associate of Fine Arts degree. The new degree necessitated some new course names for private music lessons at NWACC, but they’re still here, bigger and better than ever. Students can find them under the MUAP prefix (applied music) in the available course listings. Secondary Private Instrument/Voice are half-hour lessons each week, and Major Private Instrument/Voice are one-hour lessons weekly. Contact a teacher from the attached list for more information.

New Faculty Welcome Development Week 

New Faculty Welcome Development week will be held August 1-4, 2016 in the Teaching and Learning Center, Burns Hall 1324. All faculty are invited to attend, however, all new faculty are required to participate. Please see the attached schedule for details. If you plan to attend a session, please email jschwade@nwacc,edu to register.

NWACC Eagle View Bootcamp 2016

The NWACC student newspaper, the Eagle View, is hosting a boot camp from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 27 in room 1459 in Burns Hall. The boot camp is designed to inform interested, but hesitant students, on what working with the newspaper involves so that they may make an informed decision about whether to join the staff. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. RSVP at eagleview@nwacc.edu by Aug. 25.

NWACC THANKS!

Outstanding faculty and staff do make a difference! NWACC T.H.A.N.K.S provides a way to say “thanks” for a job well done. THANKS to the generosity of Dr. Ricky Tompkins, the program will hold our next prize drawing during Fall Forum, so submit your THANKS today at http://content.nwacc.edu/distanceLearning/thanks/thanks.php

Found 2014 Class Ring

A women’s ring from 2014 that does not appear to have a name on the inside has been found.  Please contact Nancy Mills at 479.619.2282 if you think this ring may be yours.

Save Lives! Give Blood

The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Bloodmobile will be on the NWACC campus July 28 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Bloodmobile will be parked in the parking lot east of Burns Hall. All donors will receive a free t-shirt. To sign up for a time contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

NWACC Food Pantry Needs Breakfast Items

Because of generous donations from NWACC employees and students, the NWACC Food Pantry has served over 300 NWACC students and employees this year. The pantry has operated solely on donations and hopes to continue to do so. At this time the pantry is completely out of breakfast items. For families, these will include regular size boxes of cereal, oatmeal, granola bars, cream of wheat, etc. Because we also serve many single individuals we will also need single serving sizes of those items. To donate to the pantry contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu. Your kind and generous donations are greatly appreciated.

Faculty and Staff Parking Renewals for 2016-2017

In regards to hangtag renewals for 2016-2017, please review the steps of how to renew them here.

Study Abroad – Summer 2017

The Study Abroad Office is excited to announce that we will have 4 trips going in Summer 2017. Those trips include: Haiti, Thailand, Siena, Italy, and Greece. You can find more information by emailing StudyAbroad@nwacc.edu or visiting our web page https://www.nwacc.edu/web/studyabroad/. The enrollment deadline is Jan. 15, 2017.

New Facebook & Twitter Page for the International & Study Abroad Office

The International & Study Abroad Office have developed two new social media pages to encompass all activities. Please go to our pages at http://www.facebook.com/nwaccisao and http://www.twitter.com/nwaccisao and follow/like them at your leisure.

Coke Vending Machine Out of Order 

The coke vending machine (81416) in the Burns Hall north end lobby is out of order until further notice. A part has been ordered to make repairs. Please feel free to visit the nearby coke machine by the Tutoring Center or any other vending machine in Burns Hall. We apologize for the inconvenience.

-Operations Dept.

Office moves requiring IT assistance

With several major renovations, moves and projects already scheduled, please be sure to provide IT as much notice as possible for any additional moves throughout the summer (a minimum of two weeks is greatly appreciated). Priority will be placed on previously scheduled activities and tickets over moves that have not been scheduled in advance. Additionally, because IT is responsible for maintaining the inventory of “IT tagged” assets, please do not move any equipment on your own. Thank you for your assistance!

WCOB Advisor on Campus

All Walton College of Business (WCOB) transfer students who have completed 30 credit hours are invited to schedule an academic advising appointment with the transfer advisor: The WCOB transfer advisor will be on campus July 27, Sept 12 and Sept 20. If you would like to set up an appointment please email Business Advisor, Christy Reynolds, your name, your major at WCOB, student ID number and the time and day you would like to set an appointment. Send email to creynolds@nwacc.edu

P.E.O. Educational Grant Opportunity for Women

This is a needs based grant program providing one-time financial assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification that improves their marketable skills for employment to support themselves and/or their families. Click HERE to learn more. To express your interest in applying, contact the NWACC Foundation Annual Giving Officer, Karen O’Donohoe, at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4321 no later than September 1, 2016.

Introduction to Cybercrime – Fall 2016 – CRN 11464

Are you looking for an outstanding elective? Interested in cyber security and criminal justice, or just an exciting course? This may be that one class that changes you! Introduction to Cybercrime, CMJS-2363, offers an overview to the history of cybercrime from the 1980s to the present day. The course will look at the social philosophy that encompasses hacker culture, an examination of domestic crime and the further transformation into cyber-terrorism. Including the various responses of the criminal justice system and other agencies to this recent phenomena. Methods of Hacking and Anti-Hacking will be presented! Course will be held MW 10:30am-11:45am in SGBDC 1029 Instructors Dr. David Kirsch & Kimberly Bertschy, MS If you have questions about the course please contact Dr. Kirsch at dkirsch@nwacc.edu.

 

Tutoring Center Intersession & Summer Hours 

The Burns Hall Tutoring Center will be open the following days and times for the summer:  July 5-August 3: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm

Help Build the Hammock Lounge

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board members are excited to build the NWACC Hammock Lounge. Because the lounge will be funded by donations, SAAB members are looking to you to help build this great new addition to campus. The lounge will be a place for students to hang out, study, and enjoy. Every little bit helps! If you would like to donate to this awesome new addition for NWACC students please email studentlife@nwacc.edu. For more information contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Free Counseling for Students

NWACC offers professional and private counseling to students through a partnership with area agencies. Counseling is free for students and available on campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. To schedule an appointment, contact Danielle Schader at dschader@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4237 or Dale Montgomery at dmontgom@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4234.

NWACC in the NEWS (1 NEW)

Democrat Gazette

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

July 21, 2016

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Anderson Family Scholarship Deadline EXTENDED! (NEW)

The Anderson Family Scholarship is open to women who have been in the Saving Grace program who want to attend NWACC. Don’t miss this opportunity! The deadline to apply is Monday, August 8, 2016. Click HERE to learn more.

New Name for Private Music Lessons 

There’s a new music major on campus that’s part of the new Associate of Fine Arts degree. The new degree necessitated some new course names for private music lessons at NWACC, but they’re still here, bigger and better than ever. Students can find them under the MUAP prefix (applied music) in the available course listings. Secondary Private Instrument/Voice are half-hour lessons each week, and Major Private Instrument/Voice are one-hour lessons weekly. Contact a teacher from the attached list for more information.

New Faculty Welcome Development Week 

New Faculty Welcome Development week will be held August 1-4, 2016 in the Teaching and Learning Center, Burns Hall 1324. All faculty are invited to attend, however, all new faculty are required to participate. Please see the attached schedule for details. If you plan to attend a session, please email jschwade@nwacc,edu to register.

NWACC Eagle View Bootcamp 2016

The NWACC student newspaper, the Eagle View, is hosting a boot camp from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 27 in room 1459 in Burns Hall. The boot camp is designed to inform interested, but hesitant students, on what working with the newspaper involves so that they may make an informed decision about whether to join the staff. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. RSVP at eagleview@nwacc.edu by Aug. 25.

NWACC THANKS!

Outstanding faculty and staff do make a difference! NWACC T.H.A.N.K.S provides a way to say “thanks” for a job well done. THANKS to the generosity of Dr. Ricky Tompkins, the program will hold our next prize drawing during Fall Forum, so submit your THANKS today at http://content.nwacc.edu/distanceLearning/thanks/thanks.php

Found 2014 Class Ring

A women’s ring from 2014 that does not appear to have a name on the inside has been found.  Please contact Nancy Mills at 479.619.2282 if you think this ring may be yours.

Save Lives! Give Blood

The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Bloodmobile will be on the NWACC campus July 28 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Bloodmobile will be parked in the parking lot east of Burns Hall. All donors will receive a free t-shirt. To sign up for a time contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

NWACC Food Pantry Needs Breakfast Items

Because of generous donations from NWACC employees and students, the NWACC Food Pantry has served over 300 NWACC students and employees this year. The pantry has operated solely on donations and hopes to continue to do so. At this time the pantry is completely out of breakfast items. For families, these will include regular size boxes of cereal, oatmeal, granola bars, cream of wheat, etc. Because we also serve many single individuals we will also need single serving sizes of those items. To donate to the pantry contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu. Your kind and generous donations are greatly appreciated.


Volunteers needed for Rogers Cycling Festival

Looking to get involved in your community and support a good cause? There are still plenty of slots available for volunteering to help with the Rogers Cycling Festival. Information on the festival can be found at http://www.rogerscyclingfestival.com! To sign-up for a volunteer slot please visit http://www.tiny.cc/cyclingvolunteers. No special skills or experience with cycling is necessary. Proceeds from the event will help support the Rogers Community Bike Program and Pedal It Forward NWA, whose mission is to repair old bicycles and provide them to kids in need.

Faculty and Staff Parking Renewals for 2016-2017

In regards to hangtag renewals for 2016-2017, please review the steps of how to renew them here.

Study Abroad – Summer 2017

The Study Abroad Office is excited to announce that we will have 4 trips going in Summer 2017. Those trips include: Haiti, Thailand, Siena, Italy, and Greece. You can find more information by emailing StudyAbroad@nwacc.edu or visiting our web page https://www.nwacc.edu/web/studyabroad/. The enrollment deadline is Jan. 15, 2017.

New Facebook & Twitter Page for the International & Study Abroad Office

The International & Study Abroad Office have developed two new social media pages to encompass all activities. Please go to our pages at http://www.facebook.com/nwaccisao and http://www.twitter.com/nwaccisao and follow/like them at your leisure.

Coke Vending Machine Out of Order 

The coke vending machine (81416) in the Burns Hall north end lobby is out of order until further notice. A part has been ordered to make repairs. Please feel free to visit the nearby coke machine by the Tutoring Center or any other vending machine in Burns Hall. We apologize for the inconvenience.

-Operations Dept.

Office moves requiring IT assistance

With several major renovations, moves and projects already scheduled, please be sure to provide IT as much notice as possible for any additional moves throughout the summer (a minimum of two weeks is greatly appreciated). Priority will be placed on previously scheduled activities and tickets over moves that have not been scheduled in advance. Additionally, because IT is responsible for maintaining the inventory of “IT tagged” assets, please do not move any equipment on your own. Thank you for your assistance!

WCOB Advisor on Campus

All Walton College of Business (WCOB) transfer students who have completed 30 credit hours are invited to schedule an academic advising appointment with the transfer advisor: The WCOB transfer advisor will be on campus July 27, Sept 12 and Sept 20. If you would like to set up an appointment please email Business Advisor, Christy Reynolds, your name, your major at WCOB, student ID number and the time and day you would like to set an appointment. Send email to creynolds@nwacc.edu

P.E.O. Educational Grant Opportunity for Women

This is a needs based grant program providing one-time financial assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification that improves their marketable skills for employment to support themselves and/or their families. Click HERE to learn more. To express your interest in applying, contact the NWACC Foundation Annual Giving Officer, Karen O’Donohoe, at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4321 no later than September 1, 2016.

Introduction to Cybercrime – Fall 2016 – CRN 11464

Are you looking for an outstanding elective? Interested in cyber security and criminal justice, or just an exciting course? This may be that one class that changes you! Introduction to Cybercrime, CMJS-2363, offers an overview to the history of cybercrime from the 1980s to the present day. The course will look at the social philosophy that encompasses hacker culture, an examination of domestic crime and the further transformation into cyber-terrorism. Including the various responses of the criminal justice system and other agencies to this recent phenomena. Methods of Hacking and Anti-Hacking will be presented! Course will be held MW 10:30am-11:45am in SGBDC 1029 Instructors Dr. David Kirsch & Kimberly Bertschy, MS If you have questions about the course please contact Dr. Kirsch at dkirsch@nwacc.edu.

Leadership Opportunity: 2016 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! We are looking for members of the NWACC family to participate as members of the iGive Campaign Leadership Team. Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event this fall. 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, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund. It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and highlight all of our programmatic efforts and needs as a college. To join or get more information, please contact Karen O’Donohoe at (479) 619-4321 or at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu.

Tutoring Center Intersession & Summer Hours 

The Burns Hall Tutoring Center will be open the following days and times for the summer:  July 5-August 3: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm

Help Build the Hammock Lounge

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board members are excited to build the NWACC Hammock Lounge. Because the lounge will be funded by donations, SAAB members are looking to you to help build this great new addition to campus. The lounge will be a place for students to hang out, study, and enjoy. Every little bit helps! If you would like to donate to this awesome new addition for NWACC students please email studentlife@nwacc.edu. For more information contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Free Counseling for Students

NWACC offers professional and private counseling to students through a partnership with area agencies. Counseling is free for students and available on campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. To schedule an appointment, contact Danielle Schader at dschader@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4237 or Dale Montgomery at dmontgom@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4234.

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

July 20, 2016

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

New Name for Private Music Lessons (NEW)

There’s a new music major on campus that’s part of the new Associate of Fine Arts degree. The new degree necessitated some new course names for private music lessons at NWACC, but they’re still here, bigger and better than ever. Students can find them under the MUAP prefix (applied music) in the available course listings. Secondary Private Instrument/Voice are half-hour lessons each week, and Major Private Instrument/Voice are one-hour lessons weekly. Contact a teacher from the attached list for more information.

New Faculty Welcome Development Week (NEW)

New Faculty Welcome Development week will be held August 1-4, 2016 in the Teaching and Learning Center, Burns Hall 1324. All faculty are invited to attend, however, all new faculty are required to participate. Please see the attached schedule for details. If you plan to attend a session, please email jschwade@nwacc,edu to register.

NWACC Eagle View Bootcamp 2016 (NEW)

The NWACC student newspaper, the Eagle View, is hosting a boot camp from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 27 in room 1459 in Burns Hall. The boot camp is designed to inform interested, but hesitant students, on what working with the newspaper involves so that they may make an informed decision about whether to join the staff. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. RSVP at eagleview@nwacc.edu by Aug. 25.

NWACC THANKS!

Outstanding faculty and staff do make a difference! NWACC T.H.A.N.K.S provides a way to say “thanks” for a job well done. THANKS to the generosity of Dr. Ricky Tompkins, the program will hold our next prize drawing during Fall Forum, so submit your THANKS today at http://content.nwacc.edu/distanceLearning/thanks/thanks.php

Found 2014 Class Ring

A women’s ring from 2014 that does not appear to have a name on the inside has been found.  Please contact Nancy Mills at 479.619.2282 if you think this ring may be yours.

Save Lives! Give Blood

The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Bloodmobile will be on the NWACC campus July 28 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Bloodmobile will be parked in the parking lot east of Burns Hall. All donors will receive a free t-shirt. To sign up for a time contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Discover Switzerland, Austria & Bavaria

Come to the “Discover Switzerland, Austria & Bavaria” travel presentation/information session on July 20 at 4:30 p.m. in Burns Hall Third Floor Board Room. View attached flier here.

NWACC Food Pantry Needs Breakfast Items

Because of generous donations from NWACC employees and students, the NWACC Food Pantry has served over 300 NWACC students and employees this year. The pantry has operated solely on donations and hopes to continue to do so. At this time the pantry is completely out of breakfast items. For families, these will include regular size boxes of cereal, oatmeal, granola bars, cream of wheat, etc. Because we also serve many single individuals we will also need single serving sizes of those items. To donate to the pantry contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu. Your kind and generous donations are greatly appreciated.


Volunteers needed for Rogers Cycling Festival

Looking to get involved in your community and support a good cause? There are still plenty of slots available for volunteering to help with the Rogers Cycling Festival. Information on the festival can be found at http://www.rogerscyclingfestival.com! To sign-up for a volunteer slot please visit http://www.tiny.cc/cyclingvolunteers. No special skills or experience with cycling is necessary. Proceeds from the event will help support the Rogers Community Bike Program and Pedal It Forward NWA, whose mission is to repair old bicycles and provide them to kids in need.

Faculty and Staff Parking Renewals for 2016-2017

In regards to hangtag renewals for 2016-2017, please review the steps of how to renew them here.

Study Abroad – Summer 2017

The Study Abroad Office is excited to announce that we will have 4 trips going in Summer 2017. Those trips include: Haiti, Thailand, Siena, Italy, and Greece. You can find more information by emailing StudyAbroad@nwacc.edu or visiting our web page https://www.nwacc.edu/web/studyabroad/. The enrollment deadline is Jan. 15, 2017.

New Facebook & Twitter Page for the International & Study Abroad Office

The International & Study Abroad Office have developed two new social media pages to encompass all activities. Please go to our pages at http://www.facebook.com/nwaccisao and http://www.twitter.com/nwaccisao and follow/like them at your leisure.

Coke Vending Machine Out of Order 

The coke vending machine (81416) in the Burns Hall north end lobby is out of order until further notice. A part has been ordered to make repairs. Please feel free to visit the nearby coke machine by the Tutoring Center or any other vending machine in Burns Hall. We apologize for the inconvenience.

-Operations Dept.

Office moves requiring IT assistance

With several major renovations, moves and projects already scheduled, please be sure to provide IT as much notice as possible for any additional moves throughout the summer (a minimum of two weeks is greatly appreciated). Priority will be placed on previously scheduled activities and tickets over moves that have not been scheduled in advance. Additionally, because IT is responsible for maintaining the inventory of “IT tagged” assets, please do not move any equipment on your own. Thank you for your assistance!

WCOB Advisor on Campus

All Walton College of Business (WCOB) transfer students who have completed 30 credit hours are invited to schedule an academic advising appointment with the transfer advisor: The WCOB transfer advisor will be on campus July 27, Sept 12 and Sept 20. If you would like to set up an appointment please email Business Advisor, Christy Reynolds, your name, your major at WCOB, student ID number and the time and day you would like to set an appointment. Send email to creynolds@nwacc.edu

P.E.O. Educational Grant Opportunity for Women

This is a needs based grant program providing one-time financial assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification that improves their marketable skills for employment to support themselves and/or their families. Click HERE to learn more. To express your interest in applying, contact the NWACC Foundation Annual Giving Officer, Karen O’Donohoe, at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4321 no later than September 1, 2016.

Introduction to Cybercrime – Fall 2016 – CRN 11464

Are you looking for an outstanding elective? Interested in cyber security and criminal justice, or just an exciting course? This may be that one class that changes you! Introduction to Cybercrime, CMJS-2363, offers an overview to the history of cybercrime from the 1980s to the present day. The course will look at the social philosophy that encompasses hacker culture, an examination of domestic crime and the further transformation into cyber-terrorism. Including the various responses of the criminal justice system and other agencies to this recent phenomena. Methods of Hacking and Anti-Hacking will be presented! Course will be held MW 10:30am-11:45am in SGBDC 1029 Instructors Dr. David Kirsch & Kimberly Bertschy, MS If you have questions about the course please contact Dr. Kirsch at dkirsch@nwacc.edu.

Leadership Opportunity: 2016 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! We are looking for members of the NWACC family to participate as members of the iGive Campaign Leadership Team. Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event this fall. 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, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund. It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and highlight all of our programmatic efforts and needs as a college. To join or get more information, please contact Karen O’Donohoe at (479) 619-4321 or at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu.

Apply Now – Anderson Family Scholarship

The Anderson Family Scholarship is designed to provide financial assistance to students who have been supported by Saving Grace, Inc. for at least three (3) months, and who have a desire to earn a two- or four-year degree. View the application to learn more and apply.

Tutoring Center Intersession & Summer Hours 

The Burns Hall Tutoring Center will be open the following days and times for the summer:  July 5-August 3: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm

Help Build the Hammock Lounge

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board members are excited to build the NWACC Hammock Lounge. Because the lounge will be funded by donations, SAAB members are looking to you to help build this great new addition to campus. The lounge will be a place for students to hang out, study, and enjoy. Every little bit helps! If you would like to donate to this awesome new addition for NWACC students please email studentlife@nwacc.edu. For more information contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Free Counseling for Students

NWACC offers professional and private counseling to students through a partnership with area agencies. Counseling is free for students and available on campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. To schedule an appointment, contact Danielle Schader at dschader@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4237 or Dale Montgomery at dmontgom@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4234.

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

July 19, 2016

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

NWACC THANKS!

Outstanding faculty and staff do make a difference! NWACC T.H.A.N.K.S provides a way to say “thanks” for a job well done. THANKS to the generosity of Dr. Ricky Tompkins, the program will hold our next prize drawing during Fall Forum, so submit your THANKS today at http://content.nwacc.edu/distanceLearning/thanks/thanks.php

Found 2014 Class Ring

A women’s ring from 2014 that does not appear to have a name on the inside has been found.  Please contact Nancy Mills at 479.619.2282 if you think this ring may be yours.

Step It Up Gift Card Winners! 

The first half of the Step It Up! walk/run initiative is complete and the following people have won Rush Running gift cards: Lou Lo, Dale Montgomery, Cara Sams, Mark Perrett, Leslie Hardaway, Michelle Cook, Kate Sosna, and Whitney Nelson. To be eligible for a gift card, participants needed to attend at least 6 of the first 11 sessions. Those who did, were entered into the drawing. The second half of the initiative goes through August 4, so there are 8 more opportunities to be eligible for prizes. In order to be entered into the second drawing, participants must attend at least 12 of the total 19 sessions. Those who who won gift cards, may still be eligible to be entered for the larger prizes if they participate in the minimum # of sessions (see separate announcement) . Gift card winners will be notified directly by Juanita Franklin to make arrangements to pick up their prizes.

Step It Up! Part II 

The first half of the Step It Up! walk/run initiative hosted by Student Services was a great success with 31 NWACC staff members participating! Of those 31, 8 people won Rush Running gift cards for completing at least 6 of the 11 sessions. Part II starts on July 12 and there are more prizes up for grabs! Please see attachment for details.

Save Lives! Give Blood

The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Bloodmobile will be on the NWACC campus July 28 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Bloodmobile will be parked in the parking lot east of Burns Hall. All donors will receive a free t-shirt. To sign up for a time contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Discover Switzerland, Austria & Bavaria

Come to the “Discover Switzerland, Austria & Bavaria” travel presentation/information session on July 20 at 4:30 p.m. in Burns Hall Third Floor Board Room. View attached flier here.

NWACC Food Pantry Needs Breakfast Items

Because of generous donations from NWACC employees and students, the NWACC Food Pantry has served over 300 NWACC students and employees this year. The pantry has operated solely on donations and hopes to continue to do so. At this time the pantry is completely out of breakfast items. For families, these will include regular size boxes of cereal, oatmeal, granola bars, cream of wheat, etc. Because we also serve many single individuals we will also need single serving sizes of those items. To donate to the pantry contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu. Your kind and generous donations are greatly appreciated.


Volunteers needed for Rogers Cycling Festival

Looking to get involved in your community and support a good cause? There are still plenty of slots available for volunteering to help with the Rogers Cycling Festival. Information on the festival can be found at http://www.rogerscyclingfestival.com! To sign-up for a volunteer slot please visit http://www.tiny.cc/cyclingvolunteers. No special skills or experience with cycling is necessary. Proceeds from the event will help support the Rogers Community Bike Program and Pedal It Forward NWA, whose mission is to repair old bicycles and provide them to kids in need.

Faculty and Staff Parking Renewals for 2016-2017

In regards to hangtag renewals for 2016-2017, please review the steps of how to renew them here.

Study Abroad – Summer 2017

The Study Abroad Office is excited to announce that we will have 4 trips going in Summer 2017. Those trips include: Haiti, Thailand, Siena, Italy, and Greece. You can find more information by emailing StudyAbroad@nwacc.edu or visiting our web page https://www.nwacc.edu/web/studyabroad/. The enrollment deadline is Jan. 15, 2017.

New Facebook & Twitter Page for the International & Study Abroad Office

The International & Study Abroad Office have developed two new social media pages to encompass all activities. Please go to our pages at http://www.facebook.com/nwaccisao and http://www.twitter.com/nwaccisao and follow/like them at your leisure.

Coke Vending Machine Out of Order 

The coke vending machine (81416) in the Burns Hall north end lobby is out of order until further notice. A part has been ordered to make repairs. Please feel free to visit the nearby coke machine by the Tutoring Center or any other vending machine in Burns Hall. We apologize for the inconvenience.

-Operations Dept.

Office moves requiring IT assistance

With several major renovations, moves and projects already scheduled, please be sure to provide IT as much notice as possible for any additional moves throughout the summer (a minimum of two weeks is greatly appreciated). Priority will be placed on previously scheduled activities and tickets over moves that have not been scheduled in advance. Additionally, because IT is responsible for maintaining the inventory of “IT tagged” assets, please do not move any equipment on your own. Thank you for your assistance!

WCOB Advisor on Campus

All Walton College of Business (WCOB) transfer students who have completed 30 credit hours are invited to schedule an academic advising appointment with the transfer advisor: The WCOB transfer advisor will be on campus July 27, Sept 12 and Sept 20. If you would like to set up an appointment please email Business Advisor, Christy Reynolds, your name, your major at WCOB, student ID number and the time and day you would like to set an appointment. Send email to creynolds@nwacc.edu

P.E.O. Educational Grant Opportunity for Women

This is a needs based grant program providing one-time financial assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification that improves their marketable skills for employment to support themselves and/or their families. Click HERE to learn more. To express your interest in applying, contact the NWACC Foundation Annual Giving Officer, Karen O’Donohoe, at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4321 no later than September 1, 2016.

Introduction to Cybercrime – Fall 2016 – CRN 11464

Are you looking for an outstanding elective? Interested in cyber security and criminal justice, or just an exciting course? This may be that one class that changes you! Introduction to Cybercrime, CMJS-2363, offers an overview to the history of cybercrime from the 1980s to the present day. The course will look at the social philosophy that encompasses hacker culture, an examination of domestic crime and the further transformation into cyber-terrorism. Including the various responses of the criminal justice system and other agencies to this recent phenomena. Methods of Hacking and Anti-Hacking will be presented! Course will be held MW 10:30am-11:45am in SGBDC 1029 Instructors Dr. David Kirsch & Kimberly Bertschy, MS If you have questions about the course please contact Dr. Kirsch at dkirsch@nwacc.edu.

Leadership Opportunity: 2016 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! We are looking for members of the NWACC family to participate as members of the iGive Campaign Leadership Team. Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event this fall. 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, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund. It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and highlight all of our programmatic efforts and needs as a college. To join or get more information, please contact Karen O’Donohoe at (479) 619-4321 or at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu.

Apply Now – Anderson Family Scholarship

The Anderson Family Scholarship is designed to provide financial assistance to students who have been supported by Saving Grace, Inc. for at least three (3) months, and who have a desire to earn a two- or four-year degree. View the application to learn more and apply.

Tutoring Center Intersession & Summer Hours 

The Burns Hall Tutoring Center will be open the following days and times for the summer:  July 5-August 3: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm

Help Build the Hammock Lounge

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board members are excited to build the NWACC Hammock Lounge. Because the lounge will be funded by donations, SAAB members are looking to you to help build this great new addition to campus. The lounge will be a place for students to hang out, study, and enjoy. Every little bit helps! If you would like to donate to this awesome new addition for NWACC students please email studentlife@nwacc.edu. For more information contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Free Counseling for Students

NWACC offers professional and private counseling to students through a partnership with area agencies. Counseling is free for students and available on campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. To schedule an appointment, contact Danielle Schader at dschader@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4237 or Dale Montgomery at dmontgom@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4234.

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

July 18, 2016

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

NWACC THANKS! (NEW)

Outstanding faculty and staff do make a difference! NWACC T.H.A.N.K.S provides a way to say “thanks” for a job well done. THANKS to the generosity of Dr. Ricky Tompkins, the program will hold our next prize drawing during Fall Forum, so submit your THANKS today at http://content.nwacc.edu/distanceLearning/thanks/thanks.php

Found 2014 Class Ring

A women’s ring from 2014 that does not appear to have a name on the inside has been found.  Please contact Nancy Mills at 479.619.2282 if you think this ring may be yours.

Step It Up Gift Card Winners! 

The first half of the Step It Up! walk/run initiative is complete and the following people have won Rush Running gift cards: Lou Lo, Dale Montgomery, Cara Sams, Mark Perrett, Leslie Hardaway, Michelle Cook, Kate Sosna, and Whitney Nelson. To be eligible for a gift card, participants needed to attend at least 6 of the first 11 sessions. Those who did, were entered into the drawing. The second half of the initiative goes through August 4, so there are 8 more opportunities to be eligible for prizes. In order to be entered into the second drawing, participants must attend at least 12 of the total 19 sessions. Those who who won gift cards, may still be eligible to be entered for the larger prizes if they participate in the minimum # of sessions (see separate announcement) . Gift card winners will be notified directly by Juanita Franklin to make arrangements to pick up their prizes.

Step It Up! Part II 

The first half of the Step It Up! walk/run initiative hosted by Student Services was a great success with 31 NWACC staff members participating! Of those 31, 8 people won Rush Running gift cards for completing at least 6 of the 11 sessions. Part II starts on July 12 and there are more prizes up for grabs! Please see attachment for details.

Save Lives! Give Blood

The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Bloodmobile will be on the NWACC campus July 28 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Bloodmobile will be parked in the parking lot east of Burns Hall. All donors will receive a free t-shirt. To sign up for a time contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Discover Switzerland, Austria & Bavaria

Come to the “Discover Switzerland, Austria & Bavaria” travel presentation/information session on July 20 at 4:30 p.m. in Burns Hall Third Floor Board Room. View attached flier here.

NWACC Food Pantry Needs Breakfast Items

Because of generous donations from NWACC employees and students, the NWACC Food Pantry has served over 300 NWACC students and employees this year. The pantry has operated solely on donations and hopes to continue to do so. At this time the pantry is completely out of breakfast items. For families, these will include regular size boxes of cereal, oatmeal, granola bars, cream of wheat, etc. Because we also serve many single individuals we will also need single serving sizes of those items. To donate to the pantry contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu. Your kind and generous donations are greatly appreciated.


Volunteers needed for Rogers Cycling Festival

Looking to get involved in your community and support a good cause? There are still plenty of slots available for volunteering to help with the Rogers Cycling Festival. Information on the festival can be found at http://www.rogerscyclingfestival.com! To sign-up for a volunteer slot please visit http://www.tiny.cc/cyclingvolunteers. No special skills or experience with cycling is necessary. Proceeds from the event will help support the Rogers Community Bike Program and Pedal It Forward NWA, whose mission is to repair old bicycles and provide them to kids in need.

Faculty and Staff Parking Renewals for 2016-2017

In regards to hangtag renewals for 2016-2017, please review the steps of how to renew them here.

Study Abroad – Summer 2017

The Study Abroad Office is excited to announce that we will have 4 trips going in Summer 2017. Those trips include: Haiti, Thailand, Siena, Italy, and Greece. You can find more information by emailing StudyAbroad@nwacc.edu or visiting our web page https://www.nwacc.edu/web/studyabroad/. The enrollment deadline is Jan. 15, 2017.

New Facebook & Twitter Page for the International & Study Abroad Office

The International & Study Abroad Office have developed two new social media pages to encompass all activities. Please go to our pages at http://www.facebook.com/nwaccisao and http://www.twitter.com/nwaccisao and follow/like them at your leisure.

Coke Vending Machine Out of Order 

The coke vending machine (81416) in the Burns Hall north end lobby is out of order until further notice. A part has been ordered to make repairs. Please feel free to visit the nearby coke machine by the Tutoring Center or any other vending machine in Burns Hall. We apologize for the inconvenience.

-Operations Dept.

Office moves requiring IT assistance

With several major renovations, moves and projects already scheduled, please be sure to provide IT as much notice as possible for any additional moves throughout the summer (a minimum of two weeks is greatly appreciated). Priority will be placed on previously scheduled activities and tickets over moves that have not been scheduled in advance. Additionally, because IT is responsible for maintaining the inventory of “IT tagged” assets, please do not move any equipment on your own. Thank you for your assistance!

WCOB Advisor on Campus

All Walton College of Business (WCOB) transfer students who have completed 30 credit hours are invited to schedule an academic advising appointment with the transfer advisor: The WCOB transfer advisor will be on campus July 27, Sept 12 and Sept 20. If you would like to set up an appointment please email Business Advisor, Christy Reynolds, your name, your major at WCOB, student ID number and the time and day you would like to set an appointment. Send email to creynolds@nwacc.edu

P.E.O. Educational Grant Opportunity for Women

This is a needs based grant program providing one-time financial assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification that improves their marketable skills for employment to support themselves and/or their families. Click HERE to learn more. To express your interest in applying, contact the NWACC Foundation Annual Giving Officer, Karen O’Donohoe, at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4321 no later than September 1, 2016.

Introduction to Cybercrime – Fall 2016 – CRN 11464

Are you looking for an outstanding elective? Interested in cyber security and criminal justice, or just an exciting course? This may be that one class that changes you! Introduction to Cybercrime, CMJS-2363, offers an overview to the history of cybercrime from the 1980s to the present day. The course will look at the social philosophy that encompasses hacker culture, an examination of domestic crime and the further transformation into cyber-terrorism. Including the various responses of the criminal justice system and other agencies to this recent phenomena. Methods of Hacking and Anti-Hacking will be presented! Course will be held MW 10:30am-11:45am in SGBDC 1029 Instructors Dr. David Kirsch & Kimberly Bertschy, MS If you have questions about the course please contact Dr. Kirsch at dkirsch@nwacc.edu.

Leadership Opportunity: 2016 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! We are looking for members of the NWACC family to participate as members of the iGive Campaign Leadership Team. Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event this fall. 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, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund. It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and highlight all of our programmatic efforts and needs as a college. To join or get more information, please contact Karen O’Donohoe at (479) 619-4321 or at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu.

Apply Now – Anderson Family Scholarship

The Anderson Family Scholarship is designed to provide financial assistance to students who have been supported by Saving Grace, Inc. for at least three (3) months, and who have a desire to earn a two- or four-year degree. View the application to learn more and apply.

Tutoring Center Intersession & Summer Hours 

The Burns Hall Tutoring Center will be open the following days and times for the summer:  July 5-August 3: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm

Help Build the Hammock Lounge

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board members are excited to build the NWACC Hammock Lounge. Because the lounge will be funded by donations, SAAB members are looking to you to help build this great new addition to campus. The lounge will be a place for students to hang out, study, and enjoy. Every little bit helps! If you would like to donate to this awesome new addition for NWACC students please email studentlife@nwacc.edu. For more information contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Free Counseling for Students

NWACC offers professional and private counseling to students through a partnership with area agencies. Counseling is free for students and available on campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. To schedule an appointment, contact Danielle Schader at dschader@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4237 or Dale Montgomery at dmontgom@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4234.

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Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

July 14, 2016

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Found 2014 Class Ring (NEW)

A women’s ring from 2014 that does not appear to have a name on the inside has been found.  Please contact Nancy Mills at 479.619.2282 if you think this ring may be yours.

Internet outage: Scheduled Maintenance 

COX Business has announced a fiber maintenance on the ARE-ON route from NWACC to Fayetteville. Maintenance is due to a road construction project in the area. Service will be interrupted during the maintenance window.

  • Start Time: 7/13/2016 12:00:00 AM CDT
  • End Time: 7/13/2016 5:00:00 AM CDT

Impact: Connections to NWACC from ARE-ON will be interrupted during this maintenance.

Step It Up Gift Card Winners! 

The first half of the Step It Up! walk/run initiative is complete and the following people have won Rush Running gift cards: Lou Lo, Dale Montgomery, Cara Sams, Mark Perrett, Leslie Hardaway, Michelle Cook, Kate Sosna, and Whitney Nelson. To be eligible for a gift card, participants needed to attend at least 6 of the first 11 sessions. Those who did, were entered into the drawing. The second half of the initiative goes through August 4, so there are 8 more opportunities to be eligible for prizes. In order to be entered into the second drawing, participants must attend at least 12 of the total 19 sessions. Those who who won gift cards, may still be eligible to be entered for the larger prizes if they participate in the minimum # of sessions (see separate announcement) . Gift card winners will be notified directly by Juanita Franklin to make arrangements to pick up their prizes.

Step It Up! Part II 

The first half of the Step It Up! walk/run initiative hosted by Student Services was a great success with 31 NWACC staff members participating! Of those 31, 8 people won Rush Running gift cards for completing at least 6 of the 11 sessions. Part II starts on July 12 and there are more prizes up for grabs! Please see attachment for details.

Save Lives! Give Blood

The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Bloodmobile will be on the NWACC campus July 28 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Bloodmobile will be parked in the parking lot east of Burns Hall. All donors will receive a free t-shirt. To sign up for a time contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Discover Switzerland, Austria & Bavaria

Come to the “Discover Switzerland, Austria & Bavaria” travel presentation/information session on July 20 at 4:30 p.m. in Burns Hall Third Floor Board Room. View attached flier here.

NWACC Food Pantry Needs Breakfast Items

Because of generous donations from NWACC employees and students, the NWACC Food Pantry has served over 300 NWACC students and employees this year. The pantry has operated solely on donations and hopes to continue to do so. At this time the pantry is completely out of breakfast items. For families, these will include regular size boxes of cereal, oatmeal, granola bars, cream of wheat, etc. Because we also serve many single individuals we will also need single serving sizes of those items. To donate to the pantry contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu. Your kind and generous donations are greatly appreciated.


Volunteers needed for Rogers Cycling Festival

Looking to get involved in your community and support a good cause? There are still plenty of slots available for volunteering to help with the Rogers Cycling Festival. Information on the festival can be found at http://www.rogerscyclingfestival.com! To sign-up for a volunteer slot please visit http://www.tiny.cc/cyclingvolunteers. No special skills or experience with cycling is necessary. Proceeds from the event will help support the Rogers Community Bike Program and Pedal It Forward NWA, whose mission is to repair old bicycles and provide them to kids in need.

Faculty and Staff Parking Renewals for 2016-2017

In regards to hangtag renewals for 2016-2017, please review the steps of how to renew them here.

Study Abroad – Summer 2017

The Study Abroad Office is excited to announce that we will have 4 trips going in Summer 2017. Those trips include: Haiti, Thailand, Siena, Italy, and Greece. You can find more information by emailing StudyAbroad@nwacc.edu or visiting our web page https://www.nwacc.edu/web/studyabroad/. The enrollment deadline is Jan. 15, 2017.

New Facebook & Twitter Page for the International & Study Abroad Office

The International & Study Abroad Office have developed two new social media pages to encompass all activities. Please go to our pages at http://www.facebook.com/nwaccisao and http://www.twitter.com/nwaccisao and follow/like them at your leisure.

Coke Vending Machine Out of Order 

The coke vending machine (81416) in the Burns Hall north end lobby is out of order until further notice. A part has been ordered to make repairs. Please feel free to visit the nearby coke machine by the Tutoring Center or any other vending machine in Burns Hall. We apologize for the inconvenience.

-Operations Dept.

Office moves requiring IT assistance

With several major renovations, moves and projects already scheduled, please be sure to provide IT as much notice as possible for any additional moves throughout the summer (a minimum of two weeks is greatly appreciated). Priority will be placed on previously scheduled activities and tickets over moves that have not been scheduled in advance. Additionally, because IT is responsible for maintaining the inventory of “IT tagged” assets, please do not move any equipment on your own. Thank you for your assistance!

WCOB Advisor on Campus

All Walton College of Business (WCOB) transfer students who have completed 30 credit hours are invited to schedule an academic advising appointment with the transfer advisor: The WCOB transfer advisor will be on campus July 27, Sept 12 and Sept 20. If you would like to set up an appointment please email Business Advisor, Christy Reynolds, your name, your major at WCOB, student ID number and the time and day you would like to set an appointment. Send email to creynolds@nwacc.edu

P.E.O. Educational Grant Opportunity for Women

This is a needs based grant program providing one-time financial assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification that improves their marketable skills for employment to support themselves and/or their families. Click HERE to learn more. To express your interest in applying, contact the NWACC Foundation Annual Giving Officer, Karen O’Donohoe, at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4321 no later than September 1, 2016.

Introduction to Cybercrime – Fall 2016 – CRN 11464

Are you looking for an outstanding elective? Interested in cyber security and criminal justice, or just an exciting course? This may be that one class that changes you! Introduction to Cybercrime, CMJS-2363, offers an overview to the history of cybercrime from the 1980s to the present day. The course will look at the social philosophy that encompasses hacker culture, an examination of domestic crime and the further transformation into cyber-terrorism. Including the various responses of the criminal justice system and other agencies to this recent phenomena. Methods of Hacking and Anti-Hacking will be presented! Course will be held MW 10:30am-11:45am in SGBDC 1029 Instructors Dr. David Kirsch & Kimberly Bertschy, MS If you have questions about the course please contact Dr. Kirsch at dkirsch@nwacc.edu.

Leadership Opportunity: 2016 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! We are looking for members of the NWACC family to participate as members of the iGive Campaign Leadership Team. Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event this fall. 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, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund. It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and highlight all of our programmatic efforts and needs as a college. To join or get more information, please contact Karen O’Donohoe at (479) 619-4321 or at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu.

Apply Now – Anderson Family Scholarship

The Anderson Family Scholarship is designed to provide financial assistance to students who have been supported by Saving Grace, Inc. for at least three (3) months, and who have a desire to earn a two- or four-year degree. View the application to learn more and apply.

Habitat for Humanity Work-Study Job Available

NWACC is partnering with the Habitat for Humanity ReStore of Benton County to provide more opportunities for work-study employment in the community. Check out the Financial Aid Work-study job listing for more information: http://www.nwacc.edu/web/lss_fa/work_study_opportunities. You can contact the Financial Office for information on work-study eligibility.

Tutoring Center Intersession & Summer Hours 

The Burns Hall Tutoring Center will be open the following days and times for the summer:  July 5-August 3: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm

High School and Middle School Summer Camp

Do you know a high schooler or middle schooler looking for something fun to do this summer? Are they interested in learning more about food, cooking and nutrition? The Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management Program is offering culinary boot camp sessions for high school and middle school kids! Find more available dates and register online at http://www.brightwater.org/; click on “Current Events” at the bottom of the page.

Help Build the Hammock Lounge

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board members are excited to build the NWACC Hammock Lounge. Because the lounge will be funded by donations, SAAB members are looking to you to help build this great new addition to campus. The lounge will be a place for students to hang out, study, and enjoy. Every little bit helps! If you would like to donate to this awesome new addition for NWACC students please email studentlife@nwacc.edu. For more information contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Free Counseling for Students

NWACC offers professional and private counseling to students through a partnership with area agencies. Counseling is free for students and available on campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. To schedule an appointment, contact Danielle Schader at dschader@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4237 or Dale Montgomery at dmontgom@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4234.

 

NWACC Resources

Campus Maps

Publicity Request Form

Employment Opportunities at NWACC

July 13, 2016

 


GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Internet outage: Scheduled Maintenance 

COX Business has announced a fiber maintenance on the ARE-ON route from NWACC to Fayetteville. Maintenance is due to a road construction project in the area. Service will be interrupted during the maintenance window.

  • Start Time: 7/13/2016 12:00:00 AM CDT
  • End Time: 7/13/2016 5:00:00 AM CDT

Impact: Connections to NWACC from ARE-ON will be interrupted during this maintenance.

Step It Up Gift Card Winners! 

The first half of the Step It Up! walk/run initiative is complete and the following people have won Rush Running gift cards: Lou Lo, Dale Montgomery, Cara Sams, Mark Perrett, Leslie Hardaway, Michelle Cook, Kate Sosna, and Whitney Nelson. To be eligible for a gift card, participants needed to attend at least 6 of the first 11 sessions. Those who did, were entered into the drawing. The second half of the initiative goes through August 4, so there are 8 more opportunities to be eligible for prizes. In order to be entered into the second drawing, participants must attend at least 12 of the total 19 sessions. Those who who won gift cards, may still be eligible to be entered for the larger prizes if they participate in the minimum # of sessions (see separate announcement) . Gift card winners will be notified directly by Juanita Franklin to make arrangements to pick up their prizes.

Step It Up! Part II 

The first half of the Step It Up! walk/run initiative hosted by Student Services was a great success with 31 NWACC staff members participating! Of those 31, 8 people won Rush Running gift cards for completing at least 6 of the 11 sessions. Part II starts on July 12 and there are more prizes up for grabs! Please see attachment for details.

Save Lives! Give Blood! (UPDATED)

The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks Bloodmobile will be on the NWACC campus July 28 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Bloodmobile will be parked in the parking lot east of Burns Hall. All donors will receive a free t-shirt. To sign up for a time contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Discover Switzerland, Austria & Bavaria

Come to the “Discover Switzerland, Austria & Bavaria” travel presentation/information session on July 20 at 4:30 p.m. in Burns Hall Third Floor Board Room. View attached flier here.

NWACC Food Pantry Needs Breakfast Items

Because of generous donations from NWACC employees and students, the NWACC Food Pantry has served over 300 NWACC students and employees this year. The pantry has operated solely on donations and hopes to continue to do so. At this time the pantry is completely out of breakfast items. For families, these will include regular size boxes of cereal, oatmeal, granola bars, cream of wheat, etc. Because we also serve many single individuals we will also need single serving sizes of those items. To donate to the pantry contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu. Your kind and generous donations are greatly appreciated.


Volunteers needed for Rogers Cycling Festival

Looking to get involved in your community and support a good cause? There are still plenty of slots available for volunteering to help with the Rogers Cycling Festival. Information on the festival can be found at http://www.rogerscyclingfestival.com! To sign-up for a volunteer slot please visit http://www.tiny.cc/cyclingvolunteers. No special skills or experience with cycling is necessary. Proceeds from the event will help support the Rogers Community Bike Program and Pedal It Forward NWA, whose mission is to repair old bicycles and provide them to kids in need.

Faculty and Staff Parking Renewals for 2016-2017

In regards to hangtag renewals for 2016-2017, please review the steps of how to renew them here.

Study Abroad – Summer 2017

The Study Abroad Office is excited to announce that we will have 4 trips going in Summer 2017. Those trips include: Haiti, Thailand, Siena, Italy, and Greece. You can find more information by emailing StudyAbroad@nwacc.edu or visiting our web page https://www.nwacc.edu/web/studyabroad/. The enrollment deadline is Jan. 15, 2017.

New Facebook & Twitter Page for the International & Study Abroad Office

The International & Study Abroad Office have developed two new social media pages to encompass all activities. Please go to our pages at http://www.facebook.com/nwaccisao and http://www.twitter.com/nwaccisao and follow/like them at your leisure.

Coke Vending Machine Out of Order 

The coke vending machine (81416) in the Burns Hall north end lobby is out of order until further notice. A part has been ordered to make repairs. Please feel free to visit the nearby coke machine by the Tutoring Center or any other vending machine in Burns Hall. We apologize for the inconvenience.

-Operations Dept.

Office moves requiring IT assistance

With several major renovations, moves and projects already scheduled, please be sure to provide IT as much notice as possible for any additional moves throughout the summer (a minimum of two weeks is greatly appreciated). Priority will be placed on previously scheduled activities and tickets over moves that have not been scheduled in advance. Additionally, because IT is responsible for maintaining the inventory of “IT tagged” assets, please do not move any equipment on your own. Thank you for your assistance!

WCOB Advisor on Campus

All Walton College of Business (WCOB) transfer students who have completed 30 credit hours are invited to schedule an academic advising appointment with the transfer advisor: The WCOB transfer advisor will be on campus July 27, Sept 12 and Sept 20. If you would like to set up an appointment please email Business Advisor, Christy Reynolds, your name, your major at WCOB, student ID number and the time and day you would like to set an appointment. Send email to creynolds@nwacc.edu

P.E.O. Educational Grant Opportunity for Women

This is a needs based grant program providing one-time financial assistance to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to complete a degree or certification that improves their marketable skills for employment to support themselves and/or their families. Click HERE to learn more. To express your interest in applying, contact the NWACC Foundation Annual Giving Officer, Karen O’Donohoe, at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4321 no later than September 1, 2016.

Introduction to Cybercrime – Fall 2016 – CRN 11464

Are you looking for an outstanding elective? Interested in cyber security and criminal justice, or just an exciting course? This may be that one class that changes you! Introduction to Cybercrime, CMJS-2363, offers an overview to the history of cybercrime from the 1980s to the present day. The course will look at the social philosophy that encompasses hacker culture, an examination of domestic crime and the further transformation into cyber-terrorism. Including the various responses of the criminal justice system and other agencies to this recent phenomena. Methods of Hacking and Anti-Hacking will be presented! Course will be held MW 10:30am-11:45am in SGBDC 1029 Instructors Dr. David Kirsch & Kimberly Bertschy, MS If you have questions about the course please contact Dr. Kirsch at dkirsch@nwacc.edu.

Leadership Opportunity: 2016 iGive Leadership Volunteers Needed!

Please share your voice! We are looking for members of the NWACC family to participate as members of the iGive Campaign Leadership Team. Leaders will work as a group to plan and put on the annual event this fall. 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, program efforts, facility needs, and the unrestricted fund. It’s also a time to celebrate our campus community and highlight all of our programmatic efforts and needs as a college. To join or get more information, please contact Karen O’Donohoe at (479) 619-4321 or at kodonohoe@nwacc.edu.

Apply Now – Anderson Family Scholarship

The Anderson Family Scholarship is designed to provide financial assistance to students who have been supported by Saving Grace, Inc. for at least three (3) months, and who have a desire to earn a two- or four-year degree. View the application to learn more and apply.

Habitat for Humanity Work-Study Job Available

NWACC is partnering with the Habitat for Humanity ReStore of Benton County to provide more opportunities for work-study employment in the community. Check out the Financial Aid Work-study job listing for more information: http://www.nwacc.edu/web/lss_fa/work_study_opportunities. You can contact the Financial Office for information on work-study eligibility.

25th Anniversary T-shirts Available

We still have a few 25th Anniversary t-shirts for sale. There are two different styles. They all have the 25th Anniversary logo on the front left. The Generic shirt also has the 25th logo large on the back. The Student Life style has logos of current student clubs on campus. They are all charcoal gray with a v-neck. The cost is $13 per shirt and all proceeds support student clubs at NWACC. To purchase or for more information contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu or Danielle Schader at dschader@nwacc.edu or 619-4237.

High School and Middle school Camps

NWACC Culinary Arts will offer camps for high schoolers (rising 10-12) and for middle schoolers (rising 7-9) for beginning and advanced students during June-July. Please call 479-899-6925 or contact Rose Kleiner rkleiner@nwacc.edu with questions. Registration at http://tinyurl.com/BWHS2016. High School summer camps http://tinyurl.com/BWHS2016 June 20-23 July (various dates).

Tutoring Center Intersession & Summer Hours 

The Burns Hall Tutoring Center will be open the following days and times for the summer:  July 5-August 3: Monday-Thursday, 8am-6pm

High School and Middle School Summer Camp

Do you know a high schooler or middle schooler looking for something fun to do this summer? Are they interested in learning more about food, cooking and nutrition? The Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management Program is offering culinary boot camp sessions for high school and middle school kids! Find more available dates and register online at http://www.brightwater.org/; click on “Current Events” at the bottom of the page.

Help Build the Hammock Lounge

NWACC Student Ambassador and Activities Board members are excited to build the NWACC Hammock Lounge. Because the lounge will be funded by donations, SAAB members are looking to you to help build this great new addition to campus. The lounge will be a place for students to hang out, study, and enjoy. Every little bit helps! If you would like to donate to this awesome new addition for NWACC students please email studentlife@nwacc.edu. For more information contact Becky Hudson at rhudson1@nwacc.edu.

Free Counseling for Students

NWACC offers professional and private counseling to students through a partnership with area agencies. Counseling is free for students and available on campus on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. To schedule an appointment, contact Danielle Schader at dschader@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4237 or Dale Montgomery at dmontgom@nwacc.edu or 479-619-4234.

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