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Interested in attending the largest community college in Arkansas? NWACC is located in northwest Arkansas, surrounded by the beautiful Ozark Mountains. Students can conveniently attend classes on our Bentonville campus, at our Washington County facility or at Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food. Experience the energy and sights of NWACC by taking an in-person tour, or try a virtual tour.
Information Session and Tour
Learn more about NWACC, its numerous programs, degrees, resources and other services by attending an information session and tour. The information session is one hour, followed by a one-hour optional tour. We recommend wearing comfortable walking shoes for the tour as you will be visiting multiple buildings.
Group Outreach Tours
Group outreach tours are designed for high school groups and other college-bound student outreach organizations only. We ask that you schedule your tour about a month in advance. Any request with less notice will be considered based on current availability. Available dates are limited, so it is helpful to have multiple dates in mind.
High school juniors are invited to our NWACC Junior Day on our campus! You'll learn about the college's general admission process, academic departments, student clubs and organizations and financial aid. Enjoy a FREE lunch, fun activities, door prizes and a chance to win a free class! There's no cost to attend, but registration is required. Space is limited.
Junior Day dates:
High school seniors are invited to our NWACC Senior Day on our campus! You'll learn about the college's general admission process, academic departments, student clubs and organizations and financial aid. Enjoy a FREE lunch, fun activities, door prizes and a chance to win a free class! There's no cost to attend, but registration is required. Space is limited.
Senior Day dates: March 1, 8, 15 and 29
Benton County College Fair
Stopy by the Benton County College Fair at NWACC to speak to representatives from two and four–year colleges, technical schools and the military from Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.
Fair date: Sept. 12
Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food
As an an academic division of NWACC, Brightwater offers holistic programming with academic and career training in the areas of culinary nutrition, artisanal food, baking and pastry arts and beverage management.The center is located only a few minutes from the college's Bentonville campus and offers facility tours on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
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Transfer, Career and International Events
NWACC offers numerous degree options and pathways for international and transfer students, as well as career services for those eager to join the workforce. Learn more about your options by attending our events.