NTCC Phi Theta Kappa wins national USA Today competition

       Alpha Mu Chi, Northeast Texas Community College’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, earned national acclaim as one of four chapters to win the 2013 Honors Case Study Challenge competition sponsored by More »

Guaranty Bank and Trust sponsors Asleep at the Wheel

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Guaranty Bank and Trust recently gave $3,000 to sponsor the upcoming performance of Asleep at the Wheel at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College. The holiday concert will be held on Monday, Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are still available by calling the Whatley Box Office at 903-434-8181. Pictured making

Theatre Northeast to present children’s play

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Theatre Northeast is set to present the “Hilarious Fractured Fairy Tale,” Once Upon A Wolf by Steph DeFerie at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College. The show will be performed Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m. and there will be a 2:05 p.m. matinee on Dec. 7. This marks the 24th year

Winner announced in early voting drawing


Ricky Ortiz (right) recently won an HP laptop in a drawing sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa. The contest was open to all students who voted early in the Nov. 4 election. Ortiz was presented the laptop on Nov. 4 at the NTCC Election Watch Party, held in the Whatley Center foyer. He is pictured with Dr. Melissa

NTCC Webb Society releases film trailer

Thanks to the internationally acclaimed, Love is a Wild Assault, by Elithe Kirkland, the tale of Harriet Potter Ames is perhaps the best-known legend of Northeast Texas.  Now for the first time on film, NTCC’s Webb Society and Honors Northeast are presenting a feature-length cinematic version of the story that will premiere in early 2015.  Until then,

Asleep at the Wheel to perform holiday show at the Whatley


Legendary western-swing, boogie and roots-music band Asleep at the Wheel will perform at the Northeast Texas Community College campus in the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts on Monday, Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m. The holiday concert, entitled Santa Loves to Boogie, is sure to help fans get in the Christmas spirit with a Texas

Voters approve NTCC Prop 2, decline Prop 1

Northeast Texas Community College confirmed Wednesday that Proposition One failed by 327 votes. However, final tallies from county election officials showed that Proposition Two passed by four votes. Proposition One dealt with restructuring NTCC’s tax cap and would grant the college the ability to pay back debt. Proposition Two authorized the college to issue $19.9

Registration open for Intersession, Spring

Registration for the spring 2015 semester is currently underway at Northeast Texas Community College. Students may also register for the holiday intersession term. Intersession courses run Dec. 15 through Jan. 5. These intensive online classes allow dedicated students to earn full college credit in about two weeks. Learn more about these classes at The

Underground leak causes heating outage at NTCC

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Northeast Texas Community College maintenance staff are working to restore heating to the campus  ahead of the Arctic blast that will bring freezing temperatures to the area this week. All campus heat was shut down Monday while temporary repairs were made on a chiller loop leak in the Learning Resource Center. “Leaks like this are becoming

Eagles Soccer headed to National Tourney

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Want to keep up with the Eagles during the NJCAA National Tournament? Here’s how… Tournament Website: This includes all relevant information for the tournament including schedules and results. Live Stream Link:   Travel/Tournament Schedule  November 15:  Depart NTCC around 12:00 p.m. November 16:  Arrive in Prescott, AZ. November 17:  Practice Day:  10:30 a.m, Tournament Banquet

Bond election update

Northeast Texas Community College received unofficial election numbers Tuesday night that indicated that Proposition 1 failed and Proposition 2 passed. The College received several updates today that might affect the results of Proposition 2.  It is our understanding that such changes are not unusual and often go unnoticed by the public unless the race is a tight one.