North Arkansas College
1515 Pioneer Drive
Harrison, AR 72601
Phone: (870) 743-3000
Fax: (870) 391-3250
Online: northark.edu Founded in 1974, North Arkansas College (Northark) is a public two-year college offering transfer and technical degree programs, one-year technical certificates, certificates of proficiency, customized business and industry training, adult basic education (GED) classes and non-credit community education courses. In addition, partnerships with area universities provide the opportunity to achieve a bachelor’s degree in Harrison, Arkansas. Students can take advantage of many online courses enabling them to attend college at any location and benefit from Northark’s affordable tuition rates. The college operates two campuses and one temporary administrative location in Harrison, along with a satellite center in Berryville, AR. Northark partners with local business and industry to provide customized workforce training. Paid internships with PACE Industries, FedEx Freight and Tyson Foods enable students to get hands-on experience in a real-world environment while they pursue their education. Pioneer athletics draw sports fans, student athletes and visitors to Pioneer Pavilion on the South Campus each year. The college fields teams in basketball, baseball and softball. Over the last several years, Northark has garnered national attention for academic quality, affordability and online offerings. Northark has a rich history, and the College is focusing on the future by preparing students for successful careers to answer workforce needs.
Enrollment 1605
School Type 2 Year
Funding Type Public
Admissions Information
Requirements The College accepts ACT or ACCUPLACER scores for placement purposes. In addition, high school GPA and duration from last mathematics and English courses are also considered.
Admissions Email admissions@northark.edu
Admissions Phone (870) 391-3505
Scholarship Information
Highlights Northark offers a variety of private scholarships from generous donors. The deadline to apply is May 1st unless otherwise noted on the individual scholarship. Students should complete the FAFSA at https://studentaid.gov to apply.

To apply for a scholarship for the academic year, you must complete the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and make application for admission to North Arkansas College. Applicants meeting certain scholarship criteria will be notified of eligibility and asked to submit additional information to formally apply for select scholarships. Selections will be made by the Northark scholarship committee and selected students will be notified prior to the start of the fall semester.
More Information Click Here Scholarship Email financial-aid@northark.edu Scholarship Phone (870) 391-3266
Tuition Information
In-state Tuition $2,970.00
Additional Annual Fees $870.00
Early Application Deadline Rolling Admissions
Financial Aid Information
Highlights
Seventy-four percent of Northark students receive some type of financial aid. Northark has awarded more than $500,000 in scholarships in the last five years. Presidential Scholarships based on ACT scores of 21 or higher are available for high school graduates of Arkansas and Missouri Contiguous counties beginning the fall semester immediately following high school graduation. Students are eligible for this award for up to four semesters. There are four tiers of award amounts based on ACT scores: Bronze ACT 21-22 $500 per semester; Silver ACT 23-24 $1,000 per semester; Gold ACT 25-29 $1,500 per semester; Platinum ACT 30 + Tuition and Mandatory fees up to 18 hours per semester
Financial Aid Contact Jennifer Haddock Director of Financial Aid
Financial Aid Phone (870) 391-3266
Financial Aid Email financial-aid@northark.edu
More Information Click Here

Degree Programs

Agriculture (or Agricultural, Food & Life Sciences, or Agriculture & Natural Resources)

Automation Systems Integration-Electronics

Automation Systems Integration-Manufacturing

Criminal Justice

General Studies

General Technology

Information Systems Technology (or Information Technology, Information Science Technology or Information Systems)

Medical Laboratory Technology (or Medical Laboratory Technician)

Nursing (or Registered Nursing)

Radiologic Technology

Surgical Technology

Education

Paramedic/Emergency Medical Services

RN Bridge

Turf Management

Accounting

Biomedical Electronics Technology

Digital Media

Logistics Management

Management

Office Management

Practical Nursing

Climate Control/Manual Drive Trains Technology

Construction Equipment Operation

Gas Engine Repair & Brake Technology

Phlebotomy (or Phlebotomy & EKG, or Phlebotomy Technician, or Phlebotomy Technology)

Pre-Allied Health

Truck Driving (or Truck Driver Training)

Welding

Welding-Gas Metal Arc (GMAW)

Administrative Medical Assistant

Clinical Medical Assistant

Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Basic Emergency Medical Technician

Business Information Technology

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Collision Repair

Computer Information Systems (or Computer Information Technology)

Electrical/Electronic Systems Troubleshooting

Facilities Management (or Facilities Maintenance)

Heating Technology

Information Technology

Manufacturing Welding

Accounting

Automotive Service Technology (or Automotive Technology, or Automotive Systems Repair)

Collision Repair Technology (or Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology)

Construction Equipment Operation

Construction Technology

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (or HVAC, or HVACR)

Manufacturing Technology

Practical Nursing

Pre-Allied Health

Small Business Management

Surgical Technology

Welding Technology

General Studies

Office Administration (or Office Management)

Paramedic (or Community Paramedic or Paramedic Technology)

Biomedical Electronics Technology

Computer Support Technician

Digital Media

Electronics Technology

Logistics & Supply Chain

Medical Assistant-Clinical and Administrative

Biomedical Electronics Repair