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Facilities & Room Rental
Room Rental Info

Arkansas Northeastern College's Center for Allied Technologies opened August 17, 2018.  The 90,000 square foot facility features the headquarters for the College's customized training force — The Solutions Group, including general purpose classrooms, electrical classroom/lab, mechanical classroom/lab, safety classroom/lab, HVACR classroom/lab, computer classroom, and large multi-purpose room.  Additionally, a world-class welding laboratory is available for students.  ANC Tech Center students from area high schools are being served on the ANC Main Campus by classroom and lab facilities for Aviation Maintenance, Construction, Criminal Justice, Industrial Technology, Medical Professions, and Welding.  The design incorporates a computer lab specifically for the ANC Tech Center.

Also featured is an aviation complex, combination non-destructive testing (NDT) and composites laboratory, and general purpose classrooms to fully accommodate ANC's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certified Aviation Maintenance program.  Other related facilities include an aircraft apron, paint booth, tool room and compass rose.  The building features a two-story height aviation room, welding lab, and glass entrance tower to add to the Center's distinctiveness and appeal.

The Center is home to the Arkansas Steelmaking Academy (a partnership with the SMS group) which began operations in 2019.  By partnering with SMS, the Arkansas Northeastern College has become a satellite training hub for North America as a cost-effective way to gain knowledge of cutting edge techniques in steelmaking and processing.  The agreement between ANC and SMS group allows companies to save the costs of overseas travel by providing a North American option for the renowned TECademy training.

The ANC Center for Allied Technologies impressively mixes high-tech and industrial components into an educational delivery mode.  The cost to complete this facility was approximately $14.4 million.  Distinctive features at the main entrance are the 52-foot vestibule tower, an entrance garden honoring the late John Correnti, an internation flag court featuring flags representing over two dozen corporate and private donors who supported construction costs of the Center, and the Harry L. Crisp II display installed in 2021.  The display is a lasting way to highlight Mr. Crisp and his generosity.  It is a striking showpiece to greet those who enter the Center that brings a piece of the College's history to the forefront.


Room Rental Reservation

Room Reservation Fee

$250 - $350 per day depending on the room

Includes classroom, water, and coffee

All rooms include projector, whiteboard, internet, WiFi, computer

Onsite Catering Options

The Sunshine Grille


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