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Inclusion, Diversity and Outreach
NWACC recognizes that equality and diversity in the academic environment fosters cultural awareness, promotes mutual understanding and respect, and provides suitable role models for all students. Our diverse ethnicities and cultures, backgrounds and identities, struggles and strengths, make our community all the richer. The college is committed to cultivating a campus culture that respects and embraces diversity, equality and inclusion, and does not tolerate harassment or discrimination.
NWACC offers a variety of services, no matter a student's socioeconomic status, creed, ability, race, ethnicity, gender identity, religion, political affiliation or sexual orientation. Feel free to learn more about our services listed below.
There's a place for you here.
NWACC offers a variety of resources to first generations students or those who are the first to attend college and assistance in reaching academic success.
NWACC offers a variety of resources and assistance to LGBTQIA+ students as attending
college can be a time filled with excitement, fear and uncertainty.
NWACC's Office of Hispanic Outreach offers support, language assistance and other helpful resources to latino students, regardless of legal status.
NWACC's LIFE (Learning, Improvement, Fun and Empowerment) program connects and assists area high school students who may or may not be considering college.
Learn how to join NWACC as an international student and pursue various degrees in
numerous areas of study, all at affordable rates.
NWACC's Disability Resource Center ensures students with disabilities equal access
to educational programs, opportunities and activities.
NWACC's Veteran Resources Center guides and empowers eligible veterans, dependents
and reservists so one can successfully pursue a higher education.
Title IX is a federal law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex in education, addresses sexual violence and assault, and requires schools to proactively address, remedy and eliminate sexual violence on their campuses.