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Financial Aid

TUITION ASSISTANCE

The following organizations and/or entities may provide tuition assistance to eligible candidates.

1. Workforce Investment Act (WIA) is the nation's principal workforce development legislation, providing funds to address the employment and training needs of adults, dislocated workers and youth. For more information contact your local Arkansas Workforce Center.

2. Arkansas Rehabilitation Services mission is to prepare Arkansans with disabilities to work and lead productive and independent lives, Arkansas Rehabilitation Services (ARS) provides a variety of training and career preparation programs. Learn more at the Arkansas Department of Career Education.

3. Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) The Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) Program is a federal program that assists dislocated workers with opportunities to obtain the skills, resources, and support they need to become reemployed. Learn more at Arkansas Department of Labor.

4. Veteran Assistance (VA) Provides funds for eligible members of the military forces. For more information contact NWACC Workforce & Economic Development at 479-936-5175.

5. Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Benton County Single Parent Scholarships (SPSF) are given to low-income single parents who are pursuing post-secondary education in preparation for skilled employment. Eligibility criteria and application requirements vary by county. For more information visit them at their location - 2601 SW "D" Street, Bentonville, AR. 72712, or contact them by Phone at 479-254-8550.

6. Student Loans may be available to cover the cost of your career training! Check with your loan provider of choice! Some example loan programs that are available for career training include: 
Sallie Mae Career or Continuing Education Loans, 
Wells Fargo Education Connection Loans
Chase Select Student Loans

For more information regarding tuition assistance please contact Workforce & Economic Development at 479.936.5175.

 

TOUCHNET ESERVICES

eServices manages the following financial activities for NWACC students:

  • My Account - Create authorized users and see your detailed NWACC student account activity
  • ebills - Review and print your monthly statement
  • eRefund – Have your NWACC student account refund direct deposited to your bank account
     

To log in to TouchNet eServices, use your Student ID and password.  If you have already registered for classes and do not know your Student ID and/or password, please contact the Student Help Desk at 479.619.4376 or 479.619.4357. If you are not currently registered for classes or have other questions about the TouchNet eServices option, please call the Workforce and Economic Development department at 479.936.5175 or 479.936.5107.



PAYMENT PLAN

All payment plans have a $30 non-refundable enrollment fee that is due at the time of enrollment of the plan.  Payments are automatically withdrawn from your account (checking/ savings/debit card) or are charged to your credit card monthly per your payment plan agreement. A $25 return fee is charged for each returned ACH payment for insufficient funds.

Advantages

  • Easy Online Account Management
  • Convenient Monthly Payments
  • No Credit Check
  • No interest
     

Set-Up Your Payment Plan via TouchNet

Before you begin you will need the following information:

  • Student login and password
  • Receipts are emailed to your NWACC email address. If you need a receipt for your payment made online, and do not use your NWACC email address, you may print your confirmation at the time of payment.
  • For credit/debit card: card number, expiration date, card holder name, and security code.
  • For savings or checking account: bank name, account number, bank routing number and telephone number
     

Log In to TouchNet

To log in to TouchNet eServices, use your Student login and password. If you have already registered for classes and do not know your Student login and/or password, please contact the Student Help Desk at 479.619.4376 or 479.619.4357.

Payments are processed on the 20th of each month and will continue until the balance is paid in full.

 

OTHER PAYMENT METHODS

Acceptable forms of payment include cash, check, certified funds, and all major credit/debit cards. Payment can be made in person at the Shewmaker Center for Workforce Technologies, Workforce and Economic Development department, with check, credit/debit card, or cash.  

For questions or more information call the Treasurer's Office at (479) 619-4291 or (479) 619-4318.


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