HOT SPRINGS — Henderson State University has announced plans for a new education center in Hot Springs.
The Arkadelphia school is partnering with National Park Community College for the new education center, which will be located in the Landmark Building in downtown Hot Springs. The partnership will create the first four-year university presence in Hot Springs.
Pending approval from a state board, Henderson will share the facility with the community college beginning with classes this fall. The Landmark Building will house classrooms, seminar rooms, a computer lab and office space.
Officials tell The Sentinel-Record that plans for a Henderson location in Hot Springs had been in the works for years.