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NPC closes physical campus due to COVID case

Hot Springs, Arkansas – The National Park College (NPC) physical campus will be closed effective immediately for deep cleaning after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. The College will reopen Monday, August 10. The College will disinfect affected buildings according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. Employees will work remotely during this time.

The employee is currently in isolation. Individuals who were identified as a direct contact with the employee have been notified and are also under quarantine.

Potentially affected buildings include: Gerald Fisher, Frederick M. Dierks Center for Nursing and Health Sciences, Charlotte Phelps, Student Commons, Welding, Criminal Justice, and Adult Education.

Enrollment services will be available by phone at 501-760-4159.

If you have COVID-19 related questions, call the Hot Springs COVID-19 Call Center at 501-760-4307. Visit our campus updates page for information about NPC’s COVID-19 response procedures.

National Park College was established in 1973 and is located in Hot Springs, Arkansas. The College enrolls over 7,500 credit and non-credit students per year. NPC is a comprehensive two-year institution offering associate degrees and certificates as well as continuing education, community services and workforce training.

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