Public Health

Campus Health

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COVID Information as of November 18, 2022 at North Arkansas College

Total Positive Cases (since May 1, 2022) - 48

Total Recovered - 48

Total Active - 0

The safety of students, employees and to our community is our top priority. To that end, the College has formed a COVID-19 Response Team who has been working with our Emergency Operations Team and with public health officials at all levels to respond to the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

The College is preparing for the potential of local transmission, aligning its prevention and preparation efforts with guidance from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) and the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH).

Students, employees, parents and members of the community may send specific questions or concerns to

If you need to contact a specific department, please see our Contact Us page and call the phone number directly.

COVID-19 Reporting Instructions and Form

  1. If you’ve been exposed to COVID, have symptoms of COVID, or have had a positive test for COVID, use the link below to complete the online form, OR you may still call Kris Greening at (870) 754-4578.
  2. COVID-19 Reporting Form -
  3. After you’ve submitted the form, Kris will call/text/email you if she needs additional information in order to make a decision on your timeline.
  4. Someone from Northark will either text or email you with your tentative timeline return to campus date.
  5. Unless you have new information or situations (such as ongoing or severe symptoms, positive COVID test, new exposure, etc.) you may return to campus on the date you were given to return.

You may choose to call to discuss your situation live anytime, day, evening, or weekend.





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