|The Cross at Sunset, by Thomas Cole|
|Ecclesia College is located near a vibrant business and cultural community,|
on 200 acres of rolling farmland.
Ecclesia College is located in the middle of Northwest Arkansas, one of the fastest growing communities in the country. The area commonly referred to as Northwest Arkansas is comprised of four cities Bentonville, Rogers, Springdale, and Fayetteville. EC students are privileged to be right center of an incredibly diverse world community. Internationals are flocking to the area largely due to the growing business district and warming hospitality. Northwest Arkansas is full of life, from the booming economy to the incredible landscape; NWA provides a diverse playground for Ecclesia students. There is truly something for everyone.
Northwest Arkansas is an ever-increasing center for the performing arts. The Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville draws in many NY Broadway shows, concerts, and solo performances by noted entertainers. The community is eagerly awaiting the opening of the Crystal Bridges American Art Museum. A project funded by the Walton Family. The new museum is projected to have one of the most premier collections of American Art. Including pieces by acclaimed American painter Asher B. Durand, as well as Winslow Homer, Georgia O'Keeffe and Thomas Cole. The school is also very close to Eureka Springs, a hot spot for live entertainment. The town is also home to the world famous Passion play, depicting Christ's death and resurrection.