Category Archives: Announcements

Feb. 15 Construction Update

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As you have probably noticed, the underground construction is making its way around campus. Beginning this weekend, crews will move from between Humanities and Math/Science to the plaza toward the Admin/Student Services building. This may impede walking traffic and noise will continue to be a concern. Be careful walking and texting in our construction zones!  

Feb. 1 Construction Update – New Developments

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There are a couple of new developments regarding campus construction as we begin the week: • The side door in Humanities that leads to Math/Science and UHS will be closed until further notice due to construction in that area • The lane of traffic closest to Humanities remains closed for the time being, but should

Feb. 1 construction update

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Campus construction has been making steady progress over the past few weeks. Below are some things to watch for as we move into the first week of February:   • The lane of traffic closest to Humanities should be reopened to through traffic next week • The sidewalk between UHS and Math/Science will be closed

January 25 Construction Update

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The parking lot lane directly in front of UHS and Humanities will be closed to through traffic beginning this afternoon through next seven working days. This means traffic from the west side of campus (behind SUB, BT, Criminal Justice and Shelby) will need to exit by way of the outside lane.

Campus construction update for Jan. 25

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We hope you’ve had a great first week of classes! As you probably noticed, construction efforts are well underway on campus. Here’s what to expect for next week: The north sidewalk between UHS and Humanities and Math Science will be CLOSED The south side of UHS will be accessible, but barricaded Beginning today, the islands

Construction Update for Jan. 19

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There are a few construction areas that faculty, staff and students should be aware of as we prepare for the first day of spring classes next Tuesday (remember, we will be closed Monday for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day): The western parking lot (PL3) between UHS and the SUB should be reopened by Tuesday. HOWEVER,

NTCC board approves bond issuance, hires construction manager

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The Northeast Texas Community College Board of Trustees approved the issuance of limited tax bonds not to exceed $10 million at a special meeting July 14. This will allow NTCC to begin work on the campus renewal plan that voters approved in May.  Pictured, Derek Honea, with RBC Capital Markets, explains the bond issuance to the board. Honea stated

Meningitis Vaccine Requirement

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Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination Requirement
During the last Texas legislative session, Texas Senate Bill 1107 (SB 1107) was passed and signed into law by Texas State Governor Rick Perry. Effective January 1, 2012, SB 1107 requires all students (under age 30) entering an institution of higher education (public and private) to either receive a vaccination against bacterial meningitis or meet certain criteria for declining such a vaccination before the first day of the semester.

· Texas House Bill 1107 (entire text)
· Important Information about Bacterial Meningitis

Campus Emergency Alert System

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NTCC’s Campus Emergency Alert System is a mass notification system that will alert students with important messages via NTCC’s Eagle Mail system. In addition to email, NTCC’s Campus Emergency Alert System enables NTCC to send important campus information to you via: Text Message and/or Voice Message. Time-sensitive messages can now go out to students, faculty,