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Recent News:

NPCC Closing for Faculty/Staff Workshop

New Members Inducted into Phi Theta Kappa at NPCC

NPCC Extends Registration Dates for Spring 2014 Semester

New Employee at NPCC

Aerospace Training Program at NPCC Revving Up for Spring Semester

Operation Jump Start at NPCC

New Employees at NPCC

NPCC Fall 2013 Dean's List

NPCC Fall 2013 President's List

NPCC Announces Students of the Month for November 2013, December 2013, and January 2014

Style Show for Scholarships Benefiting the Single Parent Scholarship Fund of Garland County

Representatives from 4-Year Colleges and Universities will be on NPCC Campus to Visit with Students

NPCC Announces Student of the Month for February 2014

NPCC Film Group Slates New Film

NPCC is Closed for Spring Break

NPCC Job Fair

HOSA Members from NPTC Participate in State Competition

Health Sciences and Nursing Showcase

Student of the Month - March 2014

Beta Lambda Chapter of the Alpha Delta Nu National Honor Society for Associate Degree Nursing at NPCC

NPCC Student Government Association to Host State and Local Candidate Forum

17th Annual NPCC Bill Ogden Golf Scramble Planned for May 20th

The NPCC Music Program Announces Upcoming Concert

NPCC Spring Student Pottery Sale

NPTC Announces Medalists at SkillsUSA State Championships

NPCC Music Program's Upcoming "Music in the Park"

NPCC Announces New President

Special Board Meeting and Press Conference

Kids' College at NPCC Announced for Summer 2014

NPCC Announces Graduation Spring 2014

NPCC EMT Responds to Tornado

NPCC Recognition Day To Be Held May 15 and Summer Hours Scheduled

NPCC Announces Students of the Month for April and May 2014

NPCC Campus Closed Monday, May 26th

NPCC Spring 2014 Dean's List

Deans List Spring 2014

NPCC Spring 2014 President's List

Single Parent Scholarship Fund Application Deadline

NPCC Campus Closed for July 4th Holiday

$7,000 matching funds benefit Garland County single parents

NPCC Closed for Labor Day

MR Springer Award Recipient

Garland County Single Parent Scholarship

NPCC Career Day

Arkansas Association of Two Year College’s Community College Leadership Program

NPCC SGA and the GC Farm Bureau hosting a Candidate Debate

NPCC Communication Arts will Host the Renowned Tadashi Kondo, Japanese Haiku and Renku Poet

NPCC Flu Shots

NPCC Welding Technology Open House

NPCC Power Networking

Food Service Worker Training

NPCC Students Earn $1000 Farm Credit Scholarships

Depression Screening Day

Test News Page

NPCC Fall Break - Campus Closed

NPCC Christmas for Kids Logo Competition

Honor a Veteran

Fall Performance of the College Singers and Soundwaves

Van Davis Memorial 5K gains USATF-certified status

NPCC Announces New President


NATIONAL PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE
PRESS RELEASE

 

Jill Johnson
Director of Community Relations
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

NATIONAL PARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE
NPCC Announces New President

 

NPCC Board of Trustees has announced the selection of the new president, Dr. John Hogan. Dr. Hogan will be the fourth president in the College’s history.

Dr. Sally Carder announced last fall that she is retiring June 30th. Dr. Carder has served as president for 9 years. 

John Hogan, NPCC's Fourth PresidentDr. John Hogan currently serves as the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at Ivy Tech Community College System in Indiana. He previously served as the Chancellor of the Columbus/Franklin Region Campus before being promoted to the System Office.

Dr. Hogan earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education Administration from Indiana State University, a Master of Arts in Education in College Student Personnel Administration from Western Kentucky University, and a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration from Western Kentucky University. 

Dr. Hogan will begin his position as NPCC president on July 1, 2014.

“I am excited that Dr. Hogan has been named president of NPCC. I believe that he is a perfect fit for our College and community. With his education, experience, and talent, I have no doubt that he will build on our successes and take this college to the next level.  He has my full support.” Dr. Carder said.

John Hogan stated, "I could not be more delighted to have the honor to lead National Park Community College. My wife, Dorelle, and I were overwhelmed by the warmth and support we felt from the National Park Community College family, and we're excited beyond words.  Central Arkansas is blessed with a college team with student success at its core. I am very anxious to get to Hot Springs and get to work.  I know Dr. Carder's legacy of leadership will not be easy to follow, so I won't attempt to do that. Rather, I will plan to partner with the community to build on her work and take our great College to the next tier."