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Elevating Success in Higher Education
As an NWACC honors student, you'll experience small and challenging classes led by out-of-the-box thinkers. Instructors utilize seminar-style discussions, research projects and experiential pedagogy (such as field trips, service learning and simulations) within their honors classes.
You'll take away envious human and academic skills, lifelong friendships, professional connections, sustainable self-care practices, a thirst for learning, and trajectories for future greatness.
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Contact the Honors Program Office
- Burns Hall, 1118
- (479) 619-4207
- Please contact Honors by email
Admission & ApplyingHonor students tend to be some of the most engaged, connected and successful students on campus. Learn more about the program requirements and how to apply.
Honors students are future nurses, professors, scientists, business leaders, and more.
View the courses that can build your future.
OpportunitiesThrough the honors program, students have access to a variety of opportunities, such as conferences, scholarships and more.
As an honor student preparing to graduate from NWACC, you'll be asked to reflect on your experience and recognize your accomplishments by creating a portfolio. Feel free to view the portfolios of previous honors students to gain more insight on the honors program.
Honors Program Newsletter
View the honors newsletter to stay updated on NWACC honors students, alumni and faculty, as well as conferences and other events.
NWACC's Honors Program is a member of Honors Arkansas which is an alliance of honors
educators across Arkansas collectively working to enhance the scholarly, professional
and social experiences of high-achieving students.