Frequently Asked Question's
How many courses can I take during the Intersession semester?
Students can take one three-hour class during the Intersession semester.
What can I expect in these classes?
Intersession courses cover the same material as our standard 16-week format courses. In order to be successful in these classes, students should be prepared to spend a significant amount of time and effort both online and offline. These classes require a high level of dedication and may not be the best option for every student. How do I withdraw from a course?
All requests for withdrawal should be sent to the registrarâ€™s office at firstname.lastname@example.org. When will my grade be posted to my transcript?
Grade entry will open for your instructors on the last day of class and grades will be moved to transcripts two days after the class has ended. The Registrarâ€™s Office will begin sending out official transcripts after that time. You may retrieve an unofficial transcript from CampusConnect as soon as grades have been posted. What is the difference between Blackboard and the myEagle Portal?
In the myEagle portal, you can register for classes; check grades, pay your tuition, and access your class all from any computer with Internet Access. Once in the portal, click on the Student tab. Click on the Blackboard icon to access your class. Click on the Webmail icon to access your NTCC email. Click on the Pay Tuition tab to see your bill and pay your balance. If I withdraw from my Intersession class, will I get a refund of my tuition and fees?
Northeast Texas Community College refunds tuition and fees according to a schedule set by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. The following list determines what percentage of your tuition and fees will be returned based on the date you withdraw:
- Prior to date class begins 100% refund
- During the first three (3) class days 70% refund
- During the fourth (4) class day 25% refund
- After the fourth (4) class day 0% refund