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Arkansas Northeastern College

Arkansas Northeastern College
Established 1975
Type Community college
President Dr. James Shemwell
Students 1,914
Location Blytheville, Arkansas, USA

Arkansas Northeastern College is a community college located in Blytheville, Arkansas.


  • History 1
  • Campus 2
  • Academics 3
  • Academic profile 4
  • Notable people 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7


Dr. Harry V. Smith was selected as the first president of the college, serving from February 1975 to October 1, 1983. Dr. John P. Sullins succeeded him.[1] In 2003, the college opened up a child care center. It works to provide free daycare for up to 54 of the children of students.[2] In 2015, the college started a 13 million dollar project to combine three of the school's centers: Harry L. Crisp Center, the Burdette Center and the Aircraft & Metals Engineering Center.[3]


The campus address is 2501 S Division, Blytheville, Arkansas 72316-1109.


The college offers technical certificates, associate of science degrees, associate in applied science degrees, and certificates of proficiency.[4]

Academic profile

In fall 2013 there were 1,425 students; 619 were full-time and 806 were part-time.

Notable people


  1. ^ Arkansas Northeastern College :: About ANC
  2. ^ Arkansas Northeastern College Opens Child Care Center - KAIT Jonesboro - AR - Region8 News, weather, sports
  3. ^ Arkansas Northeastern College of Blytheville, Starts $13M Construction Project | Arkansas Business News |
  4. ^ Arkansas Northeastern College :: Programs of Study

External links

  • Arkansas Northeastern College in Blytheville, Arkansas | US News Education
  • Arkansas Northeastern College :: Blytheville, AR :: Education Database Online

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