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Fall Dean's and President's Lists

January 20, 2017
tags: press release, 2017, January 2017, President's Office, newsletter

The National Park College (NPC) Office of Student Affairs released the Dean’s list and President’s list for the fall 2016 semester. 224 students were named to the Dean’s list and 216 students were named to the President’s list.

Fall Dean's and President's Lists

NPC Closed For Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday

January 10, 2017
tags: press release, 2017, January 2017, campus closings

Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC) will be closed Monday, January 16 for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The campus will reopen for business and classes as usual on Tuesday, January 17 at 8:00 a.m.

NPC Closed For Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday
Governor Announces Regional Alliance between NPC, COTO, Henderson State

Governor Announces Regional Alliance between NPC, COTO, Henderson State

January 04, 2017
tags: press release, 2017, January 2017, President's Office, newsletter

Little Rock, Arkansas – Governor Asa Hutchinson announced the Southern Arkansas Regional Alliance (SARA) Wednesday between National Park College (NPC), College of the Ouachitas (COTO), and Henderson State University. The institutions collaborated to form the alliance in response to the Governor’s Closing the Gap 2020 master plan for higher education. The goal of the regional alliance is to create an innovative, collaborative, 21st century delivery model for higher education and workforce development initiatives in Arkansas that will prioritize student success, degree attainment and workforce development ahead of tradition and turf. The agreement also includes strategies for creating institutional efficiencies through shared resources.

Governor Announces Regional Alliance between NPC, COTO, Henderson State

NPC, COTO, Henderson State Form Regional Alliance

December 30, 2016
tags: President's Office, 2016, December 2016, press advisory

Hot Springs, Arkansas – National Park College (NPC), College of the Ouachitas (COTO), and Henderson State University have collaborated to form the Southern Arkansas Regional Alliance (SARA). Governor Asa Hutchinson and Dr. Maria Markham from the Arkansas Department of Higher Education (ADHE) will host a press conference in the Governor’s Conference Room at the Capitol Wednesday, January 4 at 11 a.m. to announce the agreement. In alignment with the Governor’s Closing the Gap 2020 master plan for higher education, the goal of the regional alliance is to create an innovative, collaborative, 21st century delivery model for higher education and workforce development initiatives in Arkansas that will prioritize student success, degree attainment and workforce development ahead of tradition and turf. The agreement also includes strategies for creating institutional efficiencies through shared resources.

NPC, COTO, Henderson State Form Regional Alliance
NPC Hosts Lean 101 Training for Airtech Supply

NPC Hosts Lean 101 Training for Airtech Supply

December 30, 2016
tags: press release, 2016, December 2016, technical professional, President's Office, newsletter

National Park College (NPC), Airtech Supply (Airtech), Inc. and Arkansas Manufacturing Solutions Group (AMS) received a “grow-your-own” grant from the Arkansas Department of Career Education’s Office of Skills Development (OSD) to offer a LEAN Transformation series of trainings for employees. The grant is the first of its kind to be awarded since the OSD was created.

NPC Hosts Lean 101 Training for Airtech Supply
Kolp Selected As December Student of the Month

Kolp Selected As December Student of the Month

December 14, 2016
tags: press release, 2016, December 2016, math science

Hot Springs, Arkansas – Fredrick Kolp was selected as the National Park College (NPC) December Student of the Month. He is completing his Associate of Science degree in Engineering and will transfer to Arkansas Tech University in January to work toward a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. “Fred’s personal strengths are as impressive as his aptitude in Math and Science. He is an active, outgoing presence in class with a great sense of humor,” said instructor, Paula Welch. “He is the perfect student to get a group project rolling, but also knows how to sit back and let others take the lead. His openness to feedback exemplifies his ability to be a lifelong learner, an asset that will continue to serve him well in college and beyond. Fred is one of the most driven and career focused students in the engineering program.”

Kolp Selected As December Student of the Month
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