Some NWACC students now have access to Skype (online advising). 


Bentonville Campus Hours






Washington County Center (WCC)





EMAIL   AskYourAdvisor@nwacc.edu


Not yet an NWACC student? Need to check the status of your application or financial aid? Contact our Enrollment Support Center at:

479-986-4000 or EnrollmentSupport@nwacc.edu




Academic Advising Center

Academic Advising - The Crossroads of Guidance

Due to high seasonal advising demand, please expect some delay to inquiries to our advisors. We encourage students to take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) where many questions can also be answered.

The Academic Advising Center will be offering limited walk-ins for current NWACC students during the hours of 9am to 3pm on January 12th, 13th, 17th, and 18th. Wait times should be expected. Transfer students should bring copies of all their prior college transcripts so they can be properly advised. 



It can be hard to figure out what you want to do with your life, and when you throw navigating a college degree plan into the mix, things can get pretty confusing.  We are here to help with that.  Our goal at the Academic Advising Center is to help you determine what college path is best for you to achieve your education and career goals.  Our friendly staff members are experts in their fields and can give you the guidance you need to be a successful student here at NWACC and beyond.

We offer numerous services to our students to help them succeed, both inside and outside the classroom:

  • Degree and academic planning
  • Assistance with academic programs, and campus policies/procedures
  • Strategies on successfully transferring to complete your bachelors degree
  • Information on FREE campus resources to help you earn better grades

Why should I meet with an Advisor?

  1. Advisors are aware of the many resources available on campus: academic, personal, and professional.
  2. Advisors can show you how to make sure you are taking the correct courses in the correct order - both for your NWACC degree and for when you transfer if you plan to continue your education after community college.
  3. Advisors can show you how to monitor your degree progress - so you can take the most relevant courses and those that you find most interesting.



  • November 4: Last day to withdraw from classes with "W" (withdraw) on transcript and receive 0% refund  (full 16wk courses)
  • December 9: Last day of Fall 2016 classes
  • December 10-16: Final Exams
  • January 6 - 31: Financial Aid Book Credits Available
  • January 17: First day of full 16wk courses
  • January 24: Last day to drop full 16wk courses and receive 100% refund

See Academic Calendar for full list of upcoming dates and deadlines.