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Van Davis 5K Tops $50,000 for Endowment

Van Davis 5K Tops $50,000 for Endowment

February 23, 2017
tags: 2017, February 2017, press release, development, newsletter

National Park College (NPC) hosted the fifth annual Van Davis Memorial 5K Run/Walk Saturday. To date the event has raised more than $50,000 for the Van Davis Memorial Scholarship endowment.

Van Davis 5K Tops $50,000 for Endowment

NPC Hosts Campus and Community Resource Fair

February 23, 2017
tags: 2017, March 2017, press advisory, campus events

National Park College (NPC) will host a Campus and Community Resource Fair March 15 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the quad between the Library and Lab Sciences building.

NPC Hosts Campus and Community Resource Fair
New Honors Program

New Honors Program

February 23, 2017
tags: 2017, February 2017, press release, President's Office

National Park College (NPC) Board of Trustees held their regular monthly meeting Wednesday, February 22. Items for report included a spring enrollment report and announcement of a new honors program.

New Honors Program
SGA Visits State Capitol

SGA Visits State Capitol

February 23, 2017
tags: SGA, 2017, February 2017, campus news, newsletter

The NPC Student Government Association participated in the two-year college SGA Day at the Capitol Feb. 14. Students toured the Capitol grounds, attended committee meetings, visited with legislators, and attended the legislators luncheon hosted by Arkansas Community Colleges.

SGA Visits State Capitol
NPC Recieves Accreditation for Lakeside Legacy Program

NPC Recieves Accreditation for Lakeside Legacy Program

February 22, 2017
author: press@np.edu
tags: 2017, February 2017, newsletter, press release, President’s Office

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.

NPC Recieves Accreditation for Lakeside Legacy Program
NPTC Seniors Experiences College Hands-On

NPTC Seniors Experiences College Hands-On

February 21, 2017
tags: 2017, February 2017, campus news, NPTC, newsletter

The Health Science Technology Education (HSTE) program at National Park Technical Center (NPTC) participated in a college simulation day event last week.

NPTC Seniors Experiences College Hands-On
Campus Update

Campus Update

February 20, 2017
tags: 2017, February 2017, President's Office

Hot Springs and the Garland County communities extend an enormous amount of support to National Park College. We could not be successful in changing lives without your friendship and support. Here is an update on what you can look forward to in 2017 from the NPC Nighthawks.

Campus Update

NPC Hosts College Exploration Day for Transfer Students

February 16, 2017
tags: 2017, March 2017, press advisory, campus events

National Park College (NPC) will host College Exploration Day Wednesday, February 22, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the atrium of the Frederick M. Dierks Center for Nursing and Health Sciences.

NPC Hosts College Exploration Day for Transfer Students
HOSA Students Collect 50 Boxes of Supplies for Remote Alaskan School

HOSA Students Collect 50 Boxes of Supplies for Remote Alaskan School

February 14, 2017
tags: press release, technical professional, 2017, February 2017, newsletter

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.

HOSA Students Collect 50 Boxes of Supplies for Remote Alaskan School
Two NPC Students Selected for SWASAP Scholarships

Two NPC Students Selected for SWASAP Scholarships

February 14, 2017
tags: scholarships, press release, 2017, February 2017

National Park College 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.

Two NPC Students Selected for SWASAP Scholarships
NPC's Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Taps Students

NPC's Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Taps Students

February 07, 2017
tags: academics, 2017, February 2017, campus news

NPC’s Alpha Beta Psi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) tapped students for invitation into the honors society last week. More than 250 students were invited to join the organization. PTK is the international honor society of two-year colleges. A student must have completed 12 or more semester hours of coursework at NPC and must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher to be invited for membership. In order to remain a member in good standing, a student must maintain a cumulative 3.25 GPA or higher. PTK allows students to develop skills in leadership, scholarship, fellowship, and service. Pictured is PTK president Howard Cheresnick presenting an invitation to Katelyn Arnold.

NPC's Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Taps Students
Hospitality Wins People’s Choice at Chocolate Festival

Hospitality Wins People’s Choice at Chocolate Festival

February 07, 2017
tags: press release, technical professional, 2017, February 2017, newsletter

National Park College Hospitality and Tourism students won the People’s Choice award at the Cooperative Christian Ministries and Clinic (CCMC) Chocolate Festival. Students prepared more than 800 servings of Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake Trifle for the event as part of the Restaurant and Event management course.

Hospitality Wins People’s Choice at Chocolate Festival
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