Due to concerns related to the spread of COVID-19, NWTI will be closed until further notice.
Classes continue to be conducted remotely as we are continuing to handle these affairs in a safe and responsible manner
While the NWTI campus is closed, staff is still available to assist. The NWTI phones are available during normal business hours, however, limited staff is available on campus so we encourage you whenever possible to use email for contact. Please see contact information for common questions below:
Admissions and Applications:
High School Programs:
Bookstore, Payments and Billing:
Contact by phone: (479) 751-8824 xt 144
Tuesday and Thursday 12pm – 4 pm
Financial Aid, Scholarships, VA Benefits:
Application deadline for Fall 2020 has been extended to July 1st!
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, NWTI is adopting a temporary admissions policy to make it easier to apply for fall 2020 diploma programs.
Applicants will now be able to complete an online application and use the new drop box in front of the administration building to drop off admissions documents.
Additionally, NWTI will not be requiring students to submit Accuplacer or ACT test scores for admissions.
Please review the full Temporary NWTI Admissions Policy for Fall 2020 here.
The Northwest Technical Institute currently offers nine diploma programs in the health services, industrial and information systems fields.
NWTI’s diploma programs are twelve to eighteen months in length and provide students the opportunity to quickly prepare for employment in the workforce in some of Arkansas’ largest sectors.
High School Programs
The NWTI Secondary Career Center (SCC) is a secondary career and technology center that serves the public schools in Northwest Arkansas. We provide training for current high school students to earn high school credit in career and technical fields.
The SCC is available to junior and senior high school students. The SCC is supported by the Arkansas State Department of Career Education. We provide students with access to high quality career and technical certification programs and concurrent college academics
The Adult Education Center at NWTI offers free instruction to adults who need to obtain a high school equivalency diploma (GED®) or wish to improve basic academic skills.
Classes are also offered for non-native speaking adults who desire to speak, read, and write the English language, or obtain United States Citizenship. In addition, academic computer skill training, workplace training and WAGE certifications, career support, and test preparation assistance are available.