Why Arkansas Northeastern College?
Faculty members at Arkansas Northeastern College are genuinely interested in the success of the students on our campus. With an average student/teacher ratio of 16 to 1, students receive individualized attention from their instructors. The high-tech classrooms at Arkansas Northeastern College provide opportunities for students and faculty to explore new methods of interactive teaching.
Arkansas Northeastern College offers the first two years of a traditional college education that is transferable to a four-year college or university. Whether you choose to earn an associate degree, transfer to a bachelor's degree program, or enter a technical or occupational preparation program, the academic preparation you receive at Arkansas Northeastern College will be your stepping stone to success.
Arkansas Northeastern College recognizes that the total college experience extends well beyond the formal classroom. At Arkansas Northeastern there are a variety of student organizations and activities that will welcome you. From the Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society to the Soft Hopes Club, the opportunites for involvement are limitless.
Educational Opportunity Center -- EOC
ANC is home to the Educational Opportunity Center which works with adults to assist them in returning to education. The EOC offers assistance with financial aid applications, admission applications, study skills development, time management, the registration process, childcare sources, and much, much more.
Student Support Services
ANC students are fortunate to have the SSS Program available to them. SSS works with ANC students to help them succeed in college by providing tutoring, academic advising, career and personal counseling, and many study skill workshops to help ensure academic success. Both the EOC and SSS programs are federally funded programs which offer fun events at no cost to the student.
Our open admissions policy means that all students are welcome provided that they are 16 years or older and are ready to learn.
Arkansas Northeastern College offers financial assistance through grants, scholarships, student loans, and college work-study. Although the tuition costs of Arkansas Northeastern College are among the most affordable in the tri-state region, and significantly less than four-year institutions, our financial aid office is committed to helping all students find the financial assistance that meets their needs.
Located in the Student Center of the main campus, the Arkansas Northeastern College Bookstore provides students with required textbooks and supplies. The Bookstore also stocks clothing, greeting cards, gift items, novelty items, and various classroom supplies.
The Outback, located on the main campus of Arkansas Northeastern, provides a variety of food and beverages for students and staff. Packaged foods, soft drinks, and other items are available throughout the different campus sites for day and evening students.
Through the University Center, you can earn a 4-year degree right on the Arkansas Northeastern College campus. Several four-year, accredited universities offer bachelor's and master's degree programs on the Arkansas Northeastern campus. To learn more, contact the University Center at 870-762-3137.
Degree & Program Offerings
Associate of Arts Degree (Transfer Degree)
Associate of Arts in Teaching Degree (3)
Associate of Science Degree (1)
Associate of Applied Science Degrees (9)
Technical Certificates (18)
Certificates of Proficiency (4)
Job Training Programs (3)
For more information
Arkansas Northeastern College
P.O. Box 1109
Blytheville, AR 72316