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Wellness and Support Services: NWACC Support Resources

NWACC Support Services: Beyond Academics

The resources below may help you address challenges beyond the classroom, and some also offer excellent academic support as well.

Counseling on Campus
Confidential counseling services, free of charge, on our Bentonville Campus.

Disability Resource Center
Resources and services designed to provide equal opportunities for NWACC students with disabilities.

NWACC Equality
Training, allies, and locations dedicated to providing safe, bias-free, and judgment-free environments for all students.

Parents Attending College
Helpful resources include Career Pathways: Single Parent Scholarship Fund and Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship, for non-traditional student scholarships.

Public Safety Department
For medical and non-medical emergencies, dial 9-1-1. After completing the 9-1-1 call, or to address other safety/legal violation concerns, contact NWACC's DPS at 479.619.4229.

Red Flag Campaign
Learn about NWACC's efforts to help individuals and bystanders address issues related to domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence.

Sexual Discrimination, Harassment, and Misconduct
NWACC resources, policies and contact information to promote a safe, comfortable environment for all and address sexual misconduct concerns.

Student Conduct
Help keep NWACC a safe and respectful community by understanding your rights and responsibilities as an NWACC Student. This page includes a variety of helpful resources, including a report form for reporting student conduct issues.

Student Grievance Process
Follow this process to resolve complaints or grievances related to an NWACC employee.

Veteran Resources
Resources and counseling for veterans on campus.

Wellness Home
Wellness resources, wellness events, student conduct issues, and more.

Looking for support?

Looking for support? Reaching out for assistance takes courage, but it can be a vital part of the process to cope with challenges and move forward.

This guide is designed to help you find support services for a variety of needs. If you don't find what you need on the guide, please don't hesitate to ask for help. Your librarians are trained to find information, including support services.

You may also want to contact Dale Montgomery, the Dean of Students, at 479.619.4234 or to help you get started--or look for contact information at one or more of the sources listed in this guide.

Want to volunteer?

NWACC's Service Learning Program provides an excellent opportunity to serve the community to enhance and extend course learning.

NWACC Student Clubs and Organizations offer a variety of ways to serve the community and develop skills while connecting with others and having fun.


Academic Skill Support for NWACC Students

Here are some resources for building academic skills to succeed in your courses. Find a more comprehensive list of student resources here: Current Students.

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