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Northland Pioneer College - Little Colorado Campus

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1400 E Third St, Winslow, AZ 86047
http://www.npc.edu/about-npc/locati...
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Our Mission:Northland Pioneer College creates, supports and promotes lifelong learning.Our Visions-NPC creates a learner-centered environment.-NPC responds to community needs.-NPC provides effective and responsive service to our constituencies.-NPC fo...read more
Our Mission:Northland Pioneer College creates, supports and promotes lifelong learning.Our Visions-NPC creates a learner-centered environment.-NPC responds to community needs.-NPC provides effective and responsive service to our constituencies.-NPC fosters professional growth and collegial collaboration.History:Even before the doors of Northland Pioneer College first opened to students in the fall of 1974, there were more than fifteen years of effort by several hundred Navajo County residents to secure establishment of the school. Others at the time had questioned the need for and possible success of a community college located in this vast expanse of Arizona with its scattered and sparse population.Yet the school enrolled 2,000 students that first fall, more than double the anticipated number. Classes were held in an abandoned school, an abandoned hospital and a variety of public school classrooms and community buildings. Nine students made up the first graduating class the following spring.
 
 

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5 of 5 stars
Jan 27, 2010
by Mae
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Northland Pioneer College - Little Colorado Campus 1400 E Third St,
Winslow, AZ 86047
USA
I am former student and thank for my personal growths.
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Our Mission:Northland Pioneer College creates, supports and promotes lifelong learning.Our Visions-NPC creates a learner-centered environment.-NPC responds to community needs.-NPC provides effective and responsive service to our constituencies.-NPC fosters professional growth and collegial collaboration.History:Even before the doors of Northland Pioneer College first opened to students in the fall of 1974, there were more than fifteen years of effort by several hundred Navajo County residents to secure establishment of the school. Others at the time had questioned the need for and possible success of a community college located in this vast expanse of Arizona with its scattered and sparse population.Yet the school enrolled 2,000 students that first fall, more than double the anticipated number. Classes were held in an abandoned school, an abandoned hospital and a variety of public school classrooms and community buildings. Nine students made up the first graduating class the following spring.