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NWACC suspends in-person classes due to coronavirus threat

In-person classes will be suspended from March 16-April 10 and will move to an all-online and other alternative methods of course delivery.
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BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Northwest Arkansas Community College has suspended in-person classes effective Monday (March 16) due to the threat of a coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

In-person classes will be suspended from March 16-April 10 and will move to an all-online and other alternative methods of course delivery.

Prior to April 10, NWACC will reassess the situations and notify students and staff if anything changes.

Important Information:

Faculty/Students:

  • March 16th – April 10th: All NWACC courses will be offered online or through other alternative methods. Prior to April 10th, NWACC will reassess the situation and notify the college community.
  • Faculty members will be in contact with students through Canvas and NWACC email regarding information on the alternative method of instruction.
  • Student Services such as registration, enrollment and advising will continue to be available online.

Staff:

  • March 16th –29th: NWACC is asking employees to work online and remotely as much as possible, under the direction of their supervisor.
  • March 16th –29th: NWACC will be closed for a deep cleaning of all of its facilities.
  • March 30th: NWACC plans to resume normal operations for all non-faculty employees. Non-faculty employees will return to NWACC to resume in-person work responsibilities.

Students and employees are encouraged to monitor their NWACC email to stay updated on NWACC’s response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus). NWACC will also continue to update the college's website: www.nwacc.edu/coronavirus as quickly as possible.