Adult Education | NorthWest Arkansas Community College

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Return. Learn. Earn.
Adult Education

Return. Learn. Earn.
Adult Education

Adult Education

NWACC's Adult Education Center empowers you to return back to the classroom and become more self-sufficient by gaining the skills necessary for higher education, future employment and personal success.

The center offers flexible class schedules and courses for FREE, allowing you to save money and pursue an education that won't conflict with your work schedule. 

Obtaining basic academic knowledge, a GED® or career training can help improve your life, career path and the potential to increase your income. View our programs and resources to learn more. 

To view the latest COVID-19 updates and what to expect this school year, visit NWACC's coronavirus web page.

Adult Education

Apply to an Adult Ed Program

 

Programs

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English for Language Learners

Sharpen your English-language skills to increase your career options, prepare for the naturalization test, or to earn your GED credential.

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GED

Prepare for post-secondary education and technical job training and compete in the job market by earning your GED®.


GED

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Workforce Education

Improve your language, literacy and math skills and gain employable soft skills to help you retain your job or advance in your career path. 


Workforce Education

Supportive Services

To help remove the barriers that interfere with you accomplishing your goals, NWACC's Adult Education has partnered with the state of Arkansas to provide funding to students for expenses such as transportation, childcare and work necessities. 

Supportive Services

School Supplies


Events

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Open House

Attend the Adult Education Center's Open House event to learn more about programs and services that can help you reach your educational goals.

Open House

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Honor Society Celebration

This celebration recognizes those who demonstrate commitment, perseverance, responsibility and a high level of achievement.

Honor Society Celebration

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Graduation Ceremony

After you complete your coursework, you'll be invited to attend and be recognized at the Adult Education graduation ceremony in the spring or fall. 

Graduation Ceremony

Community Outreach

NWACC's Adult Education strives to be well integrated in the NWA community through workforce partnerships, outreach events or community service projects. Businesses and schools are encouraged to connect with NWACC to learn more.

Community Outreach

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