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Managing life's responsibilities during a pandemic- taking classes online, working more or working less, home schooling and social distancing from family and friends - can make it difficult to stay focused on achieving your educational goals and/or performing your job. Although there are many uncertainties in the world right now, one thing is certain: We will get through this together.
The purpose of this COVID-19 webpage is to keep our college community informed regarding NWACC's response to the pandemic. Please check this website often to stay up to date.
NOTE: Be sure to also monitor your NWACC email to stay updated on NWACC’s response to the
COVID-19 (coronavirus). Updates to the college's website: www.nwacc.edu/coronavirus will be done as quickly as possible.
IMPORTANT COVID-19 INFORMATION
If you have experienced ANY of the following:
- Symptoms related to COVID-19 and/or
- Tested positive for COVID-19 and/or
- May have been exposed to (in close contact with) another person who has tested positive to COVID-19.
Please note: If your job or clinical rotation for your degree requires that you be exposed to those with COVID-19 (such as a job in health care), and you wear the proper PPE, there’s no need for you to report exposure to HR or Dean of Students.
DO NOT COME TO CAMPUS until you have been directed to do so by the Dean of Students office (if student) or Human Resources (if an employee).
If you are a student, please do the following:
- Report this information by emailing the Dean of Students office at email@example.com
- Email your instructor(s) to let them know you have experienced one (or more) of the items on the list above and cannot come to campus
If you are an employee, please do the following:
- Report this information by emailing Human Resources at COVIDhelp@nwacc.edu
- If you are an instructor and have an in-person/face-to-face class on campus, notify your students that the class is moving online or to remote synchronous.
Local Testing Sites
Benton County Health Unit
1200 W. Walnut Street Suite 2200
Rogers, AR 72756
Mon - Wed & Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Thurs, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m
NOTE: BE SURE to notify the Benton County or Washington County
health unit personnel that you are a part of the NWACC Community.
Testing is FREE. The health units will take insurance as well, but
testing is free without insurance.
Washington County Health Unit
3270 Wimberly Drive
Fayetteville, AR 72703
Mon - Wed & Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Thurs, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Learn about symptoms, transmission, testing, treatment and how to prevent getting sick.
Reporting COVID-19 Cases
Learn about reported positive COVID-19 cases on campus and how to report if you have symptoms and/or exposed/diagnosed with COVID-19.
Student Services & Resources this Fall
This fall, student services and resources will be offered online and some will be available in-person by appointment. Learn how to connect.
Face Covering Requirements
To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the college requires all students, employees and visitors to wear face coverings while at NWACC.
Travel and Events
Learn more about travel restrictions abroad, out of state and throughout the state due to COVID-19, and what to do if you've traveled to an infected area.
Frequently Asked Questions
We understand that students and employees have many questions about COVID-19 and NWACC"s response. View the answers we are able to currently provide.