BENTONVILLE –The Northwest Arkansas Community College board had a chance to review the school’s plans and policies Thursday at an annual retreat.
Ricky Tompkins, vice president of learning, discussed the 2019-20 plan and pointed out a few of the goals weren’t met because of the covid-19 pandemic.
For example, the college didn’t develop and implement a physical therapy assistant hybrid program as planned. NWACC is still planning to develop the program, but it is on hold, Tompkins said.
“This was due to budget cuts and hiring freeze put into place because of covid-19...Read More