NWACC

AcronymDefinition
NWACCNorthwest Arkansas Community College (Bentonville, Arkansas)
NWACCNorthwest Academic Computing Consortium
NWACCNorthwest Association of Corvette Clubs (est. 1972)
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Implemented institutionwide--all students, all classes--the SmartEval system integrates with NWACC'S Banner by Ellucian product, so that when students log in to their accounts, they are notified automatically that evaluations are open.
Francis estimates that the prior varied evaluation methods cost NWACC more than $28,000 a year: nearly 1,700 person-hours for preparation and processing at an average hourly salary of $14.35, plus $4,500 a year in supplies.
NWACC has leveraged the coding work and applied its new process to other systems.
Brannan, president of the NWACC board, said the proposal has no support among other members of the board, "and he has no authority to do that."
Kuefner taught at NWACC for 10 years before resigning late last year.
Yeager, who earned an Associate of Arts degree from NWACC, created the video and printed materials that supported an internal fundraising campaign that received a gold medallion in the category of special event or fundraising campaign.
Shiloh Drive, Fayetteville 72704 (479) 756-1099, (479) 756-6516 www.KimbelMechanical.com, Marcv@KimbelMechanical.com Top Executive(s) Sample Projects 1 Rick Barrows Tyson Foods, Springdale; University of Arkansas, President Fayetteville; Kraft Foods, Fort Smith; NWACC, Bentonville 2 Benny M.
Parsons, frequently described as a "political gadfly," has been a member of the board of trustees at NWACC, a candidate for Bella Vista mayor and an instructor and board member at Ecclesia.
Jorgenson said NWACC has plans for a building for its construction technology program on campus, as well.
Tyson used it for 33 years before closing it in 2005, and the Walton Family Foundation provided the grant that allowed the building's reuse for NWACC.
About a quarter of NWACC's budget comes from state funding; across Arkansas, higher education funding has remained flat while tuition has increased.
Although enrollment at NWACC has slumped along with that of most community colleges, it overtook Pulaski Technical College in North Little Rock as the largest two-year school in the state with 7,709 students enrolled in the fall of 2015.