There is something for everyone at North Arkansas College. While learning is the primary objective at the college, we also want students to have fun and get to know each other. It is an important part of the college experience.
North Arkansas College has a variety of student clubs and organizations and many activities through the year including pumpkin decorating, tie-dye T-shirt making and crafting. There are also pancake breakfasts, cookies and cocoa events, popcorn parties and more.
The Bradley Student Center on the South Campus offers students a one-stop-shop for student services where students can go for testing, advising, registration, financial aid, payment of tuition and fees and other services. It also provides a comfortable lounge area for students to relax between classes.
The College Grill is a popular student spot on campus. The Grill serves breakfast and lunch and has sandwiches, soup, salads, snacks and a variety of other delicious foods. Vending machines are available for snack foods and beverages.
Pioneer Points is a free program that rewards North Arkansas College students for attending events and getting involved in extra-curricular activities. All events in red on the Student Activities Calendar count for Pioneer Points. Prizes vary each year but have included T-shirts, power banks, pullovers, water bottles, sling packs and much more.
Athletics are also a big part of North Arkansas College. The college fields teams in men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball and spirit squad.
Get involved while you are learning at North Arkansas College. Student organizations join people together, create an opportunity for developing new ideas, discover hidden talents, cultivate interpersonal skills and provide a way to accomplish collectively what cannot be done individually.
The Northark Agri Club helps and serves the local agriculture community through leadership, community service and various agriculture-related activities.
The goal of the Northark Drama Club is to include all age ranges in productions in order to teach performance, communication skills and instill confidence.
The Northark Electronics Club hosts a variety of events throughout the year including a weekly charitable event to assist those in need of electronics technology repairs.