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Springfest activities scheduled April 10-14

Springfest Week is a great opportunity for students to confirm and celebrate their decision to attend Northeast Texas Community College. The week also provides opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to enjoy conversations that will lead to relationship building outside of the classroom. Please see details below pertaining to Springfest Week.  SPRINGFEST WEEK 2017 Monday April 10,

A&M-Texarkana hosts NTCC lecture March 30

Texas A&M University-Texarkana will host a PLACE lecture (Program for Learning and Community Engagement) on the NTCC campus March 30 at 12:30 p.m. in UHS 221. The lecture “Great War, Great Dilemma: The Treatment of Pacifists and the Lesson of the Power of One” will be conducted by our very own Dr. Melissa Fulgham. Free

Entries being accepted for Bonnie Spencer essay contest

For students willing to excel in their research papers in history at NTCC again this year, there might be more at the end than an ‘A’. For the second year, history at NTCC will feature the Bonnie Spencer Awards for the best two research papers in non-honors classes.  The first-place winner will receive $100, and

Alpha Mu Chi wins 20 awards at Texas Regional Convention

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Alpha Mu Chi, the Northeast Texas Community College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, received 20 awards at the Texas Regional Convention in Corpus Christi, March 9-11. Awards received by the chapter include: Texas Top Chapter, Honors in Action Award of Distinction, College Project Award of Merit, Five Star Chapter, Honors in Action and College Project

Art Department hosts annual Mt. Pleasant Art Society show

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The Northeast Texas Community College Art Department will host the Mount Pleasant Art Society Annual Membership Show March 25 through April 7 in the foyer of the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts. The competitive show features artwork from a variety of local artists. A reception will be held Saturday, March 25 from 2:00-3:30 p.m.,

NTCC, A&M-Texarkana formalize partnership agreement

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Northeast Texas Community College and Texas A&M University – Texarkana held a ceremony Thursday morning to formalize a Memorandum of Understanding and Articulation Agreement for the Associate of Science in Business Administration to Bachelor of Business Administration. Dr. Brad Johnson, NTCC President, and Dr. Emily Cutrer, President of A&M-Texarkana are pictured during the signing. The

Northeast Texas field center wins SBDC of the Year Award

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The North Texas SBDC proudly announces the Northeast Texas Small Business Development Center (SBDC) in Mount Pleasant, as the 2017 SBDC of the Year for the North Texas SBDC Network. The SBDC of the Year honor is awarded to the North Texas SBDC Field Center based on stellar program performance through client successes and economic development contributing to job creation/retention and

Jim and Paula Archer sponsor Greater Tuna at the Whatley Center

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Doctors Jim and Paula Archer (center) recently gave $3,000 to sponsor the upcoming performance of Greater Tuna at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of Northeast Texas Community College. Carolyn Franks (left), Whatley Center Director, and Nita May (right), Director of Development, are pictured receiving the gift. The show is scheduled

Eagles Baseball picks up two wins against Paris

The Northeast Texas Community College Eagles baseball team opened up conference play with a pair of wins over Paris Junior College last weekend. Northeast had a great start in the series with a 5-3 win over Paris. Eagles’ Nelson Torres opened up the scoring for the team with a home run in the top of

Honors Northeast scholars win awards for Texas history essays

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For the third year in a row, Honors Northeast scholars from Northeast Texas Community College have won two of the four lower-division awards for scholarship in Texas History at the annual state-wide Walter Webb Society meeting.  William Fox of Mount Pleasant won second place in the essay competition, winning $300, and Rachel Jordan of Ore