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Texas Heritage National Bank gives NTCC Honors scholarship

Texas Heritage National Bank recently gave $4,000 to the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation. The funds will be used to sponsor a Presidential Scholar in Honors Northeast, NTCC’s nationally-recognized honors program. Dwyatt More »

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NTCC Faculty Senate hosts annual Student Awards Ceremony

The Northeast Texas Community College Faculty Senate recently held its 24th annual Student Awards Ceremony. Each year, faculty nominate their best students to receive awards for their hard work and achievements throughout More »

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It is time to register for classes!

Registration for the May Intersession and Summer 2016 is now underway at Northeast Texas Community College. Fall registration begins Friday, April 15. Class schedules are available online at www.ntcc.edu/schedules. Most current students should More »

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Elizabeth H. Whatley leaves behind lasting legacy at NTCC

Northeast Texas Community College lost a long time friend this week as Mrs. Elizabeth H. Whatley passed away at the age of 89. Services for Mrs. Whatley will be held Saturday, April More »

Board names Ron Clinton sole finalist for president

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Dr. Ron Clinton has been named the sole finalist to become the next president of Northeast Texas Community College. The NTCC Board of Trustees voted to move forward with hiring Clinton for the post at a special-called board meeting Wednesday night. He has served as interim president of the college since October 1. State law requires the

Theatre Northeast to present Once Upon a Wolf

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Theatre Northeast, the student theatre group of Northeast Texas Community College, will present its annual Children’s Play December 2 and 3 at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts. This year’s production is Once Upon a Wolf by Steph DeFerie. This fast and furious collection of fractured fairy tales with a modern twist tells what

Biology Student Spotlight: Brenda Godoy

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Name: Brenda Godoy, Sophomore Biology Major 2016 Salutatorian from Mount Pleasant High School Future Plans: After graduating from NTCC, Brenda plans to transfer to Texas A&M University in College Station in the fall of 2018 to pursue a bachelor’s degree. Goal: To attend medical school and become a pediatrician.  Scholarships: NTCC Presidential Scholar. Extracurricular Experiences:

The Celtic Tenors to perform holiday show at the Whatley Center

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The Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College is pleased to present a holiday performance by The Celtic Tenors Monday, Dec. 11 at 7:30 p.m. This festive show, sponsored by Cypress Bank, is sure to get you into the spirit of the season as they deliver some of your favorite holiday

Quilt exhibit on display in the Whatley Center foyer

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Quilts by local quilters hang in the Whatley Center foyer in what is now an annual tradition for the NTCC art department.  For the second consecutive year, quilters bring their treasured quilts to share with the community. The exhibit runs from Monday, Nov. 6 through Wednesday, Nov. 29. A reception is scheduled for Wednesday, November

Winter Forage Field Day at NTCC Farm

Early fall-winter forage production is particularly valuable as it allows flexibility for earlier grazing or increased stockpiling. The goal of the Noble Research Institute’s small grains breeding program is to develop cultivars with improved forage qualities, better fall production, improved ability to recover after grazing and better overall forage yields. Come see six of the

Thomas and April Bliss establish NTCC scholarships

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Thomas and April Bliss recently presented the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation with $2,000 to establish two scholarships. The Sharon Bliss Memorial scholarship is in memory of Thomas’ mother, who had a long career as a respiratory therapist. This scholarship will benefit a student studying health sciences at NTCC. The Bradyn Dawn Loy Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of

NTCC nursing earns high pass rates, gains full approval from Texas Board of Nursing

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The Northeast Texas Community College Associate’s Degree Nursing (ADN) Program recently learned that it achieved a passing rate of 89.1 percent on the NCLEX board of nursing exam. This marked a significant improvement over the last three testing years and moved the program from conditional status back into full approval with the Texas Board of Nursing. “We

CIS Day planned for Nov. 18th in Mt. Pleasant

The Communities In Schools group is coordinating  “CIS DAY” to raise funds to support the CIS Believes In Dreams Christmas Project and other CIS activities and services.  Last year with this project, we served over 1,400 students and their siblings for Christmas and the numbers will be even higher this year. Please join us on the

A&M-Texarkana plans PLACE lecture on Lucretius’s Epic Poem

Please plan to attend another PLACE lecture hosted by A&M-Texarkana on the NTCC campus.