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NTCC to open at 10 a.m. Wednesday

Northeast Texas Community College will open at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 17. Classes beginning at 8 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. are cancelled and the regular course schedule will resume at 11 a.m. Offices will open at 10 a.m. Visit or follow our official Facebook and Twitter (@ntcceagles) for future updates. In case of an emergency on campus during the closure, please contact security at 903-563-1417.

NTCC bad weather procedure

In case of bad weather, NTCC’s decision to close or not will usually be made by 6 a.m. for day classes and by 3 p.m. for evening classes.  If the campuses are closed or classes cancelled, the official notice will be sent out via campus e-mail accounts and a message will be posted on the NTCC homepage ( Messages

NTCC closed Monday for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

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Northeast Texas Community College will be closed Monday, Jan. 15 for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. We will resume regular business hours and spring classes begin Tuesday, Jan. 16. In case of an emergency on campus while we are closed, please contact security at 903-563-1417.    

Whatley Employee Enhancement Fund winners announced

Twelve Northeast Texas Community College employees received a total of $15,473.86 in Whatley Employee Enhancement Grants for 2018. The Whatley Employee Enhancement Fund was established by James & Elizabeth Whatley specifically for NTCC employees to fund special projects and enhance educational opportunities that might fall outside the regular budget. Each November, NTCC employees submit grant

Welcome Back Social planned

The first week of classes can be a stressful time. To help alleviate this stress, and to encourage students to meet new people, we have planned a Welcome Back Social for students, faculty and staff. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Student Activities at 903-434-8265. Click for more Information: Welcome Back Social 2018

Filing for NTCC board places begins January 17

Filing for Place Three, Place Four and Place Seven on the Northeast Texas Community College Board of Trustees will begin on Wednesday, January 17, 2018, and continues through 5 p.m., Friday, February 16, 2018. Filing applications are available from elections clerk Maria Razo in the NTCC Executive Offices from 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. Monday

A Cappella Choir of Wiley College to perform at the Whatley Center

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The Whatley Center for Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College will host a concert by the A Cappella Choir of Wiley College Sunday, January 21 at 2:30 p.m. Wiley College in Marshall is called the “Home of the Great Debaters” because of its phenomenal, internationally-known debate team. Yet, the A Cappella Choir of Wiley

Joe and Sue Sandlin give $2,000 to NTCC Work Scholarship Program

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Joe and Sue Sandlin recently gave $2,000 to sponsor a student in the Work Scholarship Program at Northeast Texas Community College. The gift will be matched by a grant program, doubling the amount to $4,000. The Sandlins are pictured presenting the check to Nita May (center), NTCC Director of Development. To learn more about how you

Adult Education accepting new GED, ESL students

The Adult Education Department at Northeast Texas Community College is accepting new and returning students for its GED (General Educational Development) and ESL (English as a Second Language) programs. Those interested in participating in either of these free educational programs should call to make an appointment for registration and/or testing. While classes are offered in various convenient locations around the

Representative Gary VanDeaver visits Communities In Schools

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Tuesday night Communities In Schools (CIS) of Northeast Texas hosted Texas State Representative Dr. Gary VanDeaver. He toured the program’s Believes In Dreams Angel Store in Mount Vernon and met with several CIS volunteers and community members. He took a special interest in how CIS helps area at-risk high school seniors figure out an after-graduation plan