A complex of 13 buildings nestled in the hilly contours of scenic Crowley's Ridge. With a history that dates back to 1966, Phillips Community College was founded in the historic Mississippi River town of Helena-West Helena. The Helena-West Helena Campus offers students dozens of outstanding programs and career options geared toward today’s changing job market. We’ve grown in campus enrollment by providing quality academic, occupational/technical, and continuing education programs with learning experiences both in and outside the classroom.
Programs of study include Allied Health (Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technology, Practical Nursing, Nursing Assistant, and Phlebotomy), Business (Business Administration, Business Management, Office Technology, Information Systems Technology, Networking Technology, Coding/Programming, Cyber Security and Cosmetology), Applied Technology (Graphic Communications, Welding, Advanced Manufacturing, Construction, HVAC, and CDL), and Criminal Justice. Transfer Programs (Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Drama, Education, Engineering, English, General Education, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Physics, Pre-law, Pre-med, Pre-pharmacy, Social Sciences, and Speech), and more. To request information about programs on the Helena-West Helena contact: Stephanie Arnold at email@example.com or 870-338-6474, ext.1240.
Built in 1896 by Jerome B. Pillow, the historic Pillow-Thompson House in Helena, Arkansas, has been beautifully restored to offer visitors a look at one of the finest examples of Queen Anne architecture in the South. It is one of several homes in Helena designed by architect George Barber.
The house was donated to the Phillips Community College Foundation in 1992 by Josephine Thompson and her son George de Man. Five generations of Pillow descendants have lived in the house. The house was restored through a joint effort of the community and Phillips Community College of the University of Arkansas. The house was opened to the public on June 3, 1997.