Bentonville Hours

MON–THURS   8:00am–6:00pm
FRIDAY    9:00am–4:30pm


Washington Co (WCC)

MON–THURS   8:00am–4:30pm
FRIDAY  9:30am–4:30pm




Admissions Events
Return to Learn
November 10, 2015 from 6 pm until 7:30 p.m.
Student Center Room 108 at Main Bentonville Campus, NWACC

Whether you're interested in taking college credit classes, obtaining a workforce certification, or getting your GED, you can do it at NWACC. Come learn more about our student support services:

  • How to Apply for Admission
  • Financial Aid
  • Advising
  • Career Services
  • Flexible Schedule Options
  • Various other NWACC services

Important: Enjoy pizza, drinks, and door prizes!!! For questions regarding this event please contact 479.619.3103 or

Benton County Transition Fair
October 29, 2015 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Shewmaker Center for Workforce Technology at Main Bentonville Campus, NWACC
The Benton County Transition Fair is an opportunity for students with 504 and/or IEP plans in Benton County to learn about resources for continuing their education beyond help. There will be a multitude of programs available to answer questions including NWACC, Job Corps, Arkansas Rehabilitation and more.

For questions regarding this event contact

NWACC Senior Day
March 2016
Check back in December 2015 for more info!
Held annually the NWACC Senior Day is designed for high school seniors who are considering NWACC to have fun and learn more about their interests. High school students will get a change to talk to faculty and staff from the academic department they are interested in, speak to club advisors, meet current students, learn more about NWACC and see the campus. One student in attendance will win a free class. Lunch will be provided. There is no cost for this event however students MUST REGISTER because space is limited.

Click here to register.

New Student Orientation
Check back in October for more information on Spring 2015 Orientation

For newly admitted first-time college students, Orientation is the first step toward earning their degree where students receive valuable information on starting college. They also get personalized assistance in selecting their first semester classes and times. Other topics covered include:

  • Understanding how to select college classes and times
  • Tips on balancing school, work, and personal time as a new student
  • Essential info on financial aid
  • Understanding NWACC degree options
  • Opportunties to get involved on campus
  • Various other NWACC services

Important: Students must have been accepted and submitted full ACT/COMPASS placement scores before signing up for Orientation.