The staff of NWACC - Washington County would like to extend our warmest greetings to all of the Faculty joining us at our new location! To help make the information contained in this portal/community easier to find, it is divided up into the following sections:
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Please review the information contained in each section carefully because it will answer many of your questions.
All NWACC employees and students parking at NWACC locations are required to have a 2021/2022 hangtag for their vehicles. Parking hangtags are available for students and employees to pick up.
NOTE: You will be required to show an NWACC student or employee ID to obtain a new hangtag. If you do not have an employee or student ID or need a replacement, stop at the Lobby Desk from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.
For more details on obtaining a student or employee ID or hangtags, please visit the NWACC parking webpage.
If an emergency arises please notify Public Safety by calling (479)619-4229 or 9-1-1.
Emergency Reporting and General Information
Please visit the NWACC safety and security web page to learn more about communications systems in place and apps that you are encouraged to download so you are aware of severe weather and emergency events.
Brainfuse gives you access to free online tutorials and study guides, and the ability to chat live with a tutor. Please visit https://www.nwacc.edu/studentsuccess/tutoring.aspx for more information.
What is it? Everbridge Mass Notification enables users in Springdale to receive notifications to individuals or groups via text message or voice message. This comprehensive notification system keeps everyone informed before, during and after all events whether emergency or non-emergency.
Why should I sign up? Everbridge will tell you what to do and how to stay informed in emergency situations occurring in and around the Washington County campus location(s) in Springdale.
How do I sign up? Visit http://www.springdalear.gov/425/Sign-Up-for-Alert-Notifications from your smart phone or computer and click the "here" link to sign up for alert notifications and download this free app.
NWACC encourages all members of our campus community to enroll in NWACC's FREE BL Alert text message notification system and to download the FREE LiveSafe smartphone application. In case of an emergency or a sever weather threat to campus, we want to be able to contact you. We cannot alert you if we cannot reach you! Please see below for download instructions and additional information, or reach out to the Department of Risk Management for any inquiries or assistance at 479-936-5173 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is it? A text messaging service that NWACC adn Benton County Emergency Management officials will use to contact you in case of widespread emergencies, severe weather events, weather-related cancellations, and in other situations where quick communications are important.
Why should I sign up? BCAlert will tell you what to do and how to stay informed in emergency situations occurring in and around our Benton County locations.
How di I sign up? Visit www.bcalert.com from your smart phone or computer, click "Sign Up Now!", and follow the on screen prompts. The process takes about five minutes to complete. Be sure to select NWACC when signing up.
What is it? A smartphone app that allows you to receive emergency alerts from NWACCC when you are in close proximity to campus. You can also use LiveSafe to report concerns and call/message the Department of Public Safety (DPS) for help.
Why should I sign up? LiveSafe allows you to easily and discretely contact DPS, and it will help keep you informed in emergency situations if you are near campus.
How do I sign up? To download the free LiveSafe smartphone app, visit the Apple App Store or Google Play. Simply search for LiveSafe and follow the onscreen prompts.