Who is Eligible for Services?
Services are available to any NWACC student who has a documented disability. Individuals eligible for services include those with mobility, orthopedic, hearing, vision, or speech impairments, as well as, those with other health-related disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, learning disabilities, or psychiatric disabilities.
If so, NWACC’s Disability Resource center can help connect you to campus and community resources, academic accommodations or other related services. Let us help you connect the dots.
For more info or assistance, contact us at:
Financial Aid for New Students
First time on financial aid? Watch the short video above to find out how to access your NWACC Financial Aid account online.
Essentials for Students on Financial Aid:
1) Know how to access your financial aid account in EagleNet (see video)
2) Check your NWACC email account daily for important financial aid updates
3) All students on financial aid MUST ATTEND ALL CLASSES STARTING on the first day
NWACC’s Career Services offers students a wide range of services to prepare them for and assist them with gaining employment, as well as making contacts with local employers. Watch Detectives Fletcher and McGruff (of the Career Services Investigative unit) demonstrate the importance of a good Resume, preparing for an interview, and dressing for success.
For assistance or more information, NWACC’s Career Services can be reached at:
It's crucial to your success to meet with your Academic Advisor at least once a semester - no later than two months after classes start. Students who meet with an advisor at least once a semester are more likely to complete their degree on time. Meeting with an advisor allows students to ask questions about your semester, express any concerns you may have, and start planning for the next term. They can also help you explore careers or majors.
Remember, it's your responsibility to make contact with your Academic Advisor!
Contact the Advising Center at 619-4324
Planning to Transfer Credit from NWACC?
Even your first semester at NWACC is not too soon to begin the transfer planning process! While we encourage you to use the Transfer Resources web page to organize your efforts, we recommend you begin an ongoing conversation with your academic advisor at NWACC as well as with potential transfer schools to prepare for transferring courses
Still have questions? Email
email@example.com or call 479-986-4023
NWACC Library - Services Offered
Need to do check out a book? Do some research? Find out some information?
NWACC’s Library features tens of thousands of books, videos and music CDs that you can check out that you can check out for FREE. Students also have access to hundreds of magazines and newspapers, as well as online academic journals (for research).
Watch this video to learn more about the services and tools available to you (free of charge!) at NWACC’s library.
Taking online classes for the first time? Online classes can present unique challenges to students who have not taken one before. NWACC uses BlackBoard Online Learning for all its online classes. If you are new to online classes, or BlackBoard, check out this short video and learn about NWACC's free online class tutorial, or "Bootcamp".
For more info:
Student Activities and Leadership
Welcome to the Student Activities & Leadership Website! Our purpose is to enrich the out-of-classroom experience for students at NorthWest Arkansas Community College. We want students to enjoy attending NWACC and continue their learning outside the classroom.
Keeping yourself, and your stuff, safe.
The Department of Public Safety is located in Burns Hall room 1205.
Students, faculty or staff encountering emergencies or violations of College regulations or local, State or federal law should report these incidents to one of the following:
Department of Public Safety – (479) 619-4229
Medical Emergency – Dial 911
Other types of Emergency – Dial 911
Violations of Local, State or Federal Law – Call DPS
Director of Judicial Affairs – (479) 619-4234
Academic Success Center
Watch this short video to learn more about NWACC's FREE TUTORING and other services offered at the Academic Success Center (ASC) located in Burns Hall.
Tutoring is offered in a variety of subjects including pre-algebra though college algebra, biology, chemistry, and computer information/
Staffed by composition faculty, the Writing Center is open every weekday. Students may make a 30-minute appointment to discuss writing concerns with a Writing Center consultant, or take advantage of walk in during open hours for a review of your work.
The Writing Center also offers workshops on various topics throughout the semesters.
Make your written word great! Take advantage of this FREE service. Click here for more info.
Play the video above to get started.
My First Year Experience (myFYE)
There are a lot of things in life that occupy your time and attention. Improve your chances of academic success by taking part in opportunities that can enrich your college experience. The resources provided in myFYE have been proven to improve GPAs, increase your chances of graduation, and allow for a smoother transition when transferring to a four-year college/University. The benefits do not end there – you will be challenged to take the things learned in the classroom to a deeper level, while making lasting friends and memories.
First Year Experience can help you gain new perspectives via:
• Peer Mentoring
• Activities and Leadership
• Career Development
• Service Learning
• Honors Program
• Academic Success Plan
• Wellness Workshops
• And more…
Your academic advisor will guide you through selecting specific programs based on your unique needs and interests. When you complete the elements of your personalized MyFYE plan, you will receive recognition on your official college transcript. We look forward to helping you maximize your potential and exceed you expectations at NWACC.
For more information, log into your myNWACC Connection, click on the myResources tab, then click on My FYE: My First Year Experience (on left hand side of screen).
Or ask your Academic Advisor for more information.
Did you know that your NWACC ID number is also your library ID number?
Did you know you can set up a no-interest payment plan at the NWACC Cashier counter?
Visit the Cashier counter in the Student Center (Main Campus) or log into your myNWACC Connection account and select MyPaymentPlan on the left navigation bar to get started.
Set up your Payment Plan or Pay in Full using your Checking/Savings Account or your Credit Card.
Students Ride Free on the Bus!
The Bus is a great way to get to campus.
Ozark Regional Transit (ORT) allows NWACC students to ride free on all fixed routes (with current student ID). The NWACC Express route has stops throughout Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, and Bentonville - including stops at the University of Arkansas, NWA Mall, NWACC - Washington County Campus, an NWACC's Main Campus. The route runs between 6:45 AM and 6:10 PM.
Don't Forget Your Parking Pass!
All students must have a parking hangtag to park on campus. Hangtags for new students or returning students will be distributed at the Department of Public Safety office located in Burns Hall across from the library.
Want to get in shape?
NWACC has a Fitness Center ($49 a year).
Try it out! A FREE one day pass is available.
Call (479) 936-5136 for info
It's illegal to smoke on a college campus, punishable by a $500 fine.
Check out the College Catalog on the NWACC homepage!
It has info on all our degree programs and descriptions of every course NWACC offers.
Did you know that the Academic Calendar is available on the NWACC Homepage?
It has important dates and deadlines on it.