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The Northeast Texas Community College Eagles baseball team closed the season by winning seven of their last eight games. The Eagles finished the season with a record of 25-17. The late surge allows them to advance to the regional tourney this weekend as the third seed. The Eagles will face Alvin College at 10:00 a.m.
Please join the NTCC SGA in their efforts to support Dolls for Nepal! Dolls for Nepal is an organization dedicated to relieving the stress caused by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25th, 2015. Operations are underway to rescues those trapped as well as providing medical assistance to those who are in urgent need. Dolls
The Northeast Texas Community College Eagles secured a spot in the Region 14 playoffs by taking two of three against Panola this weekend. An awesome effort by Carlos Roman led the Eagles to a 16-11 win over Panola on Saturday at Panola. Roman racked up six RBIs on four hits for the Eagles. He doubled
The Northeast Texas Community College Medical Assistant and Medical Coding programs will host an informational session Tuesday, May 5. Anyone interested in pursuing a career as a medical assistant or medical coder are invited to attend. The session will be from 6-7 p.m. in room 245 of the University Health Science Building on the main NTCC campus.
Each year, for the past two years, NTCC honors sophomores have been asked, “what professor at NTCC best challenged you to go above and beyond your standard performance in learning?” This year the sophomores chose Dr. Mary Hearron. Each year, for the past two years, immediate honors alumni have been asked, “what professor at NTCC
Miranda Mendoza, a Northeast Texas Community College sophomore Honors Scholar and Vice President of the college’s PTK chapter, has won the two-year $48,000 Francis Monaghan Excellence Scholarship to attend the University of St. Thomas in Houston. Mendoza also has received lucrative offers from the University of Arkansas, and St. Edward’s University in Austin. She is
Shirley Clay presents Bob Fenton with a gift basket for being named NTCC’s Fittest Employee of the Month for April. To receive this award, an employee must be caught practicing overt wellness behavior and attitude. The Wellness Committee is on the lookout for a May recipient! Here’s a message from Bob regarding her personal wellness plan… Thanks to the committee for this recognition. This will
Northeast Texas Community College student Kayleah Cumpian of Mount Pleasant was recently awarded the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. This prestigious award covers up to $40,000 annually at the university of the student’s choice for up to three years. Only 90 students were selected from more than 2,000 applicants for this national honor. Cumpian is the fifth