Kayleah Cumpian won a full-ride to Texas Tech in the Spring of 2015 via the
Stephen Milburn, left, and Matthew Jordan, right, both won full-rides in the spring of 2014, to Texas A&M College Station, and Texas Tech. These scholarships came via the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.
NTCC Presidential Scholar Stephani Caldwell won a full-ride to the McComb's School of business at the University of Texas at Austin in the spring of 2013
Jacob Brantley won a Full-Ride to Texas A&M Commerce in summer of 2013.
NTCC Presidential Scholars Isaac Griffin and Jessica Rogers won
NTCC Presidential Scholar, Clara Ramirez won a full ride to Texas
As an NTCC Honors Scholar, Damico Hill won a major scholarship
Nicholas Shaver (center, below) won a $33,000-dollar-a-year
Fall 2009 Transfers : Matt O'Neal to St. Louis University, Thibaut Guidet to the Honors College at the University of Texas at San Antonio, Zachary Richardson to Sam Houston University, Samantha Johnson to the University of Washington, Sky Horton to the University of Oklahoma, and Tyler Nolen to Texas A&M University at College Station.
Kristin Ellermann, 2008-2009 Presidential Scholar, won a major scholarship to Southwestern University, transferring in the fall of 2008, and made the Dean's List after one year at Georgetown.
Our Honors Program aspires to send its graduates to the best of four-year universities. The first part of this dream involves our goal to keep the cost for an education here at NTCC down to zero. The savings here can help to rationalize two years in a more expensive environment. Also, thanks to a Whatley Enhancement Gift, we will fund your application costs to world class universities, defined as the top hundred in the United States, and major regional universities. The second, involves our pursuit of prizes and other honors that will help your application to stand out. We hope to give our graduates not only the means to apply to any university of their choice, but also that "trump card," that special story, that will motivate Admissions Officers to think yes.
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This page last updated by A. Yox on 11/02/2015
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