Arkansas Northeastern College

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

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


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.


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