From reduced and guaranteed tuition to high-demand skills, National Park College provides the tools needed to achieve your potential. Our experienced faculty and staff are committed to your success in the workforce. In fact, we guarantee it. With an education at NPC, the path to a full-time career is closer than you think.
NPC is less than half the cost of the average four-year university. More than 70% of NPC students receive Financial Aid and Scholarships. Last year, 2046 students received nearly $8.8 million in grants and scholarships.
NPC offers transfer opportunities to every university in Arkansas. Refer to our National Park University initiative for more information.
May 18 - If you are transferring to HSU, attending HSU Transfer Day will provide answers to your questions and help simplify the enrollment process.
This contest is open to community members of all ages. Winners will receive cash prizes! We will host a PSA Screening at National Park College the first week of May. Winning participants must be present in order to receive awards.
April 20 - If you are transferring to HSU, attending HSU Transfer Day will provide answers to your questions and help simplify the enrollment process.
March 31 is the last day to withdraw or drop without penalty of an F grade.
March 17 is the last day to apply for May graduation.
March 17 - If you are considering transferring to UALR, Trojan Transfermation will provide answers to your questions and help simplify the enrollment process.
March 15 - Visit with campus and community representatives to learn about family, medical, educational and career resources, and volunteer opportunities.
Communications & Arts is seeking submissions for NPC's online poetry journal. Visit np.edu/poetry to learn more.
March 8 - Join NPC in celebrating International Women's Day with Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes asks men to literally walk one mile in women's shoes to raise awareness of violence against women.
March 3 - The Math & Sciences Division hosts Fred Douville from the Greater Hot Springs Beekeeper Association who will discuss honey bees. Refreshments provided.
Drop by the bookstore to be measured for your cap and gown. Open to all eligible graduates for May 2017 graduation. You must apply for graduation with the registrar prior to getting measured.
Sign-up is now open for Intramural Flag Football teams through March 3rd. NPC will have Men's and Women's teams. Contact Bob Kissire, in the gym, or by email: email@example.com with your name, phone number, and email address.
National Park College (NPC) and Lakeside High School (LHS) announced that they received accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) for an additional location as part of the Lakeside Legacy program.Read More
Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park Technology Center (NPTC) Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA) students collected more than 50 boxes of school supplies for the Relda’s Reach project. The project began last fall when the HOSA students discovered a need for school supplies for a disadvantaged school district in Mountain Village, Alaska. With the help of the National Park College (NPC) faculty, students and staff, as well as collection stations throughout the community, HOSA members were able to collect 50 boxes of much needed school supplies for the remote community.Read More
Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC) students Keanna Peck and Howard Cheresnick were each awarded a scholarship from the Southwest Association of Student Assistance Programs (SWASAP), the regional professional association for TRIO Programs. The scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate leadership potential at school and in their communities. Dean of Students, John Tucker said, “TRIO students from five states applied for these limited funds and it is rare for two students to be awarded from the same college.”Read More
Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC) Hospitality and Tourism students won the People’s Choice award at the Cooperative Christian Ministries and Clinic (CCMC) Chocolate Festival Sunday. Students prepared more than 800 servings of Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake Trifle for the event as part of the Restaurant and Event management course. After deciding on a theme of “Elegance in Chocolate,” the students began to consider décor and dessert choices.Read More
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