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Registration underway for NTCC iCan Kids Discovery College

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Northeast Texas Community College will host its iCan Kids Discovery College July 10-20. Children ages 8-16 can choose from a variety of fun, interactive classes that will meet Monday through Thursday for two weeks (eight classes total). Early registration is currently underway. The schedule is as follows: Photography: 8:30-10:00 a.m., NTCC main campus, Ages 8-16

Texas Heritage National Bank sponsors Honors Northeast scholarship

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Texas Heritage National Bank recently presented the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation with $4,000 to sponsor a Presidential Scholar in Honors Northeast. The NTCC honors program was founded in 2007 and has attracted top high school graduates from around the region. Dr. Jonathan McCullough, NTCC Vice President for Advancement, (center) is pictured receiving the gift

NTCC Foundation raises more than $7k on East Texas Giving Day

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Northeast Texas Community College Foundation participated in East Texas Giving Day Tuesday to raise money for emergency scholarships to provide much-needed assistance to students in distress.  NTCC employees, foundation board members and community friends gave generously during the event, with gifts totaling $7,115. The college will also receive approximately $3,000 in additional funding as a

Alpha Mu Chi brings home seven awards from international convention

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Alpha Mu Chi, NTCC’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, returned victoriously from an award-winning and enriching experience at PTK Catalyst 2017 in Nashville April 6-9. The chapter returned home from the annual international convention with seven awards:  Distinguished Chapter, Distinguished College Project, Distinguished Member (Tim Allen), Distinguished Alumni (Isaac Burris), Continued Excellence Award for Advisors

NTCC Phi Theta Kappa chapter inducts new members

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Alpha Mu Chi, the Northeast Texas Community College Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, hosted its Spring induction ceremony April 4 in the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts. Speakers at the event included NTCC president, Dr. Brad Johnson and Chesney Davis, incoming PTK Texas Regional Vice-President for District III. In addition to inducting new members,

Automotive to host Carroll Shelby Memorial Cruise

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The Carroll Shelby Automotive Technology Program at Northeast Texas Community College will host a Carroll Shelby Memorial Cruise event Saturday, May 6. The event will be held at the Shelby Automotive Technology Building on the NTCC campus beginning at 9 a.m. The cruise will kick off with an Engine Rev to honor the memory of

Faculty host 25th Annual Student Awards Banquet

The Northeast Texas Community College Faculty Senate held its 25th Annual Student Awards Banquet Thursday night at the Region 8 service center. This annual event allows the faculty to acknowledge exceptional students and alumni for their contributions to NTCC and beyond. Click here for photos of the event! The President’s Academic Excellence Award recognizes students who

NTCC Leads Nation in Guistwhite Awards

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Submitted by Honors Northeast: Lone Star College in the greater Houston has over 90,000 students, and may be the eighth-largest institution of higher learning in the United States.  It has won three of the 105 prestigious Guistwhite Scholarships of Phi Theta Kappa that have been bestowed since the award’s website began recording this information in

Chesney Davis wins District III VP for Alpha Mu Chi

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Alpha Mu Chi, Northeast Texas Community College’s chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, successfully campaigned for the Texas Region District III Vice-President position at the regional convention earlier this spring. After the chapter won the position, elections were held within the chapter to determine which member would represent the chapter. Chesney Davis won

Honors students present at GPHC

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Thanks to a generous grant, creative conceptualizing, and a good amount of student-to-faculty interfacing, 12 members of Honors Northeast at Northeast Texas Community College won invitations to present work at the recent meeting of the Great Plains Honors Council (GPHC) at Lamar University in Beaumont. The GPHC has functioned since 1975 as the regional arm of