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

 

Bentonville Campus Hours

MON–THURS  

8:00am–6:00pm

FRIDAY

8:00am–12:00pm

 

Washington County Center (WCC)

MON–THURS

8:00am–4:30pm

FRIDAY

8:00am–12:00pm

 
MAIN479.986.4008
WCC479.927.3330
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 Program Advisors

Attention Students! If you are seeking one of the below degrees, you should schedule an appointments here to see one of the advisors below and NOT with an Advisor in the Academic Advising Center

 

Degrees and programs with dedicated advisors:

  • Associate of Arts (with 25+ credit/hours)

  • Agriculture, Food, and Life Science

  • Business Degrees

  • Computer Information and Computer Aided Drafting

  • Culinary and Food Studies

  • Environmental and Funeral Science (AAS)

  • Electronics Technology (AAS)

  • Graphic Design

  • Health Professions (Nursing, Physical Therapy Assistant, Respiratory Therapy, EMT, Fire Science, HIM, etc)

**Please note faculty advisors can be found under academic division

 

Program Advisors listed below are located in their own offices and NOT at the Academic Advising Center. See below for location and contact information.
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Darcy Humphries
Health Professions Division, Health Professions Division (including Nursing and Physical Therapy Assistant)
479.986.6684
Office: Center for Health Professions (CHP) 1002
Advises students enrolled in the following NWACC Health Professions programs...
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) - Nursing
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) - Respiratory Therapy Assistant
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) - Physical Therapy Assistant
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) - Paramedic
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) - Health Information Management
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) - Fire Science
  • EMT - Basic Certification
  • All Health Professions certificates
Welcome to NWACC! I have worked at NWACC for 13 years and love it! I returned to school in Fall 2000 as a nontraditional student after being laid off from a warehouse job, thinking I would go into Respiratory Therapy (RT). After a research paper in Composition I on RT, I decided that was not the profession for me. Instead I went into Graphic Design (talk about opposite ends of the spectrum!). In Fall 2001 I was hired as a work study in the Advising Center, the following fall I was hired full time in the Student Records office where I stayed for four years, before moving to Financial Aid where I worked another four years, then finally I returned to Advising - I had come full circle! I'm now the advisor for the Health Professions Division. During this time I've completed and Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree at NWACC, a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Organizational Management from John Brown University, and am currently working on a Master of Arts (MA) in Management and Leadership from Webster University. I never imagined I'd have a career I enjoyed so much or that I'd go so far with my education. Please remember it's never too late to start something new or continue your education. It might just turn out to be the most exciting and rewarding adventure of your life. It has been for me!
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Christy Reynolds
Advisor for Business and Computer Information Degrees, Business and Computer Information Systems Division
479.619.3137
Office: SCGBD 1011
Advises students in the following business and computer information degrees with 25 credit hours or more...
  • Associate of Science (AS) in General Business Transfer
  • Associate of Science (AS) in WCOB (UofA Business School) Transfer
  • Associate of Science (AS) in WCOB - ISYS (UofA Business School - Information System)
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) - All AAS Business Degrees
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) - All AAS Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) Degrees
  • Associate of Applied Science (AAS) - All AAS Computer Degree (Networking, Programming, or Application Management)
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Jennifer Cook
Communication & Arts Departmental Advisor, Communication and Arts Division
479.986.6952
Office: Burns Hall 1012
Advises Students in the following programs...
  • Associate of Arts (AA) - with 25 or more college credit hours.
  • Associate of General Studies (AGS)
I have been an English professor at NWACC since 2004. I attended undergraduate school at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and graduate school at the University of Arkansas for degrees in English Literature. I am passionate about teaching and advising, and I strongly believe in our students. I am proud to be a part of a college that is making a visible impact on the lives of our students and our community. In my free time, I enjoy writing, reading, cooking, and spending time with my husband and three girls.
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Lauren Altimont
Culinary and Food Studies Advisor, Culinary and Food Studies Department
479.899.6925
Advises students in the following programs...
  • Culinary Arts/Hospitality programs
Lauren Altimont, Student Advisor, has had a variety of unique experiences relating to the food world. Although she grew up in Dallas, Texas she now calls Northwest Arkansas her home. Because of her passion for discovery, during her time in college at the University of Arkansas, Lauren immersed herself in many distinctive learning opportunities. Some of these include completing her internship in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where she worked on a restaurant development project, studying sustainable food systems and culinary arts in Tuscany, volunteering as a hunger relief coordinator at Cobblestone Farms, and partaking in a group honors thesis that researched strategies to alleviate childhood obesity through gardening and nutritious recipe development. Furthermore, after graduating with a degree in Restaurant Management and Hospitality Innovation focusing in global studies, Lauren jumped into another learn-by-doing experience by working as a winery cellar intern during harvest season in Sonoma, where she learned the wine-making process from grape to bottle. Her perspective that sees food and wine as a connector to all people, cultures, and environments has given her a passion to continue studying culinary arts in a variety of settings. As she continues her career, she hopes to encourage others to see their own potentials in impacting society through their own food-related ventures.