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The Communications and Humanities division is the largest on campus and offers the majority of courses in the General Education program at Arkansas Northeastern College. Classes in the fine arts, social sciences, and communications make up the division.  Students who transfer with an Associate of Arts degree will take English, History, Music, Art, Speech, Psychology, and Sociology from this division.singing girls

Community interest classes include courses such as Community Choir, Beginning Painting and Drawing, Introduction to Heritage Studies, Old and New Testament Literature, and African-American Literature.  The division also offers sociology courses in Marriage and Family, and courses in psychology that benefits the community.

The division also offers several events/programs geared toward the community. This includes an annual Quiz Bowl Tournament for regional high school students.  The winning high school team receives four scholarships to attend ANC.

ANC’s Music Department provides a wide variety of opportunities to both music majors and non-majors alike. We have four different choirs available to students and community members.  Each ensemble features a unique configuration of voices and offers an exciting opportunity for singers of all levels. Our ensembles perform throughout the year with recent spring tours to St. Louis and Chicago. You can learn more about our music department at .

The Communications and Humanities division offers Performing Arts Scholarships to students who have interest and potential in Art or Music. To qualify for these performing arts scholarships, a student does not have to major in art or music, but have the talent and desire to perform through art exhibitions and choral concerts. To apply for a performing arts scholarship, call 870-762-1020, ext. 1166.




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