College News

'Build Your Website' seminar, April 23

by erobinson
Small business owners can get hands-on help designing a website to promote their business at a free seminar on Thursday, April 23, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), located in the Goldwater Center, room 107, on Northland Pioneer College's Show Low - White Mountain Campus, 1001 W. Deuce of Clubs.Seating is limited, so pre-register for the seminar by calling the SBDC at 532-6170.

Vocal music workshop teaches proper way to sing

by erobinson
Vocalists of all ages can learn the proper mechanics of singing through a one-credit "Vocal Production" class at Northland Pioneer College's Snowflake/Taylor - Silver Creek Campus starting Monday, March 16, 2009.

Self-defense for women class

by Anonymous
Northland Pioneer College instructor Donna Kreiser will be offering her non-credit, half-day course, "Self Defense for Women," at the NPC Heber Center, Saturday, March 28 from 9 a.m. to Noon. The Heber Center is located in the right arm of the Mogollon High School building, 3450 N. Mustang Drive, in Heber.

Look Good Feel Better

by erobinson
Cosmetology instructors at Northland Pioneer College's Show Low - White Mountain Campus are offering free, confidential services to female cancer patients through the "Look Good ... Feel Better" program.

Hip hop dance, Feb. 20

by erobinson
Northland Pioneer College's Student Government Association is hosting a hip hop dance for college and all high school students on Friday night, Feb. 20, 2009, from 8 until 11:30, at the Performing Arts Center on NPC's Snowflake/Taylor - Silver Creek Campus.Admission is $3 for NPC students with ID and $4 for others. Non-alcoholic drinks, bottled water and snacks will be available for purchase outside the theatre.KJACK Radio DJs will spin hip hop music all night long.

Talon Gallery features faculty artwork

by erobinson
       Artwork by Northland Pioneer College art and photography faculty is featured through February 26 in the Talon Gallery on the Show Low – White Mountain Campus.

After the February 10 snowfall…

by erobinson
An intense winter storm moved through NPC's service area Sunday through Tuesday, February 8 – 10, causing the closure of the Heber, Hopi and Whiteriver centers on Tuesday. E-mail us photos from your location and we'll add them to the scrapbook.

OSHA Excavation Safety Seminar, Feb. 19

by erobinson
A one-day seminar to train competent persons in Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) excavation safety requirements will be presented on Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009, from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Northland Pioneer College's Snowflake/Taylor - Silver Creek Campus, 1611 S. Main, in the Learning Center, room 102. There is a $65 charge for the seminar.

NPC is NOT closing St. Johns Center

by erobinson
There are no plans to close Northland Pioneer College's St. Johns Center.Portions of the facility that were previously an elementary school have been condemned and are slated for imminent demolition. NPC leases space in the building from Apache County."NPC has been working with Apache County officials and members of the Apache County Higher Education Board to ensure the continuation of NPC programs and services in St. Johns during the demolition and rebuilding," said NPC President Dr. Jeanne Swarthout on Friday, Feb.

NPC honors top scholars

by erobinson
Academic excellence by Northland Pioneer College students is now earning additional recognition on the President's or Dean's lists."Of the 4,732 enrolled students in the spring semester, 135 students were named to the President's List and 144 to the Dean's List. Students will be receiving letters of recognition, and the honor will be noted on their transcripts for each semester earned," said Jake Hinton, Director of Enrollment Services.

NPC sponsors Book Exchanges

by erobinson
As part of Arizona Adult Literacy Week, Feb. 14-21, 2009, Northland Pioneer College's The Learning Cornerstone (TLC) will be sponsoring book exchanges for all ages at all four campus locations and the centers at Hopi and Whiteriver.Those participating in the book exchange will be allowed to take home two books for each one contributed. Organizers plan to have books, both fiction and non-fiction, available for all ages. Titles will differ by location. This is the fourth year NPC has sponsored the book exchanges.