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TRMC Auxiliary gives NTCC scholarships

trmc aux gift

The Titus Regional Medical Center (TRMC) Auxiliary recently presented the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation with $4,500, which will provide six $750 scholarships to benefit students at NTCC majoring in a health sciences field. Pictured receiving the annual donation is Nita May (left), NTCC Director of Development, and Dr. Jonathan McCullough (right), NTCC Vice President

Rotary Club of Mount Pleasant supports NTCC iCan Kids Discovery College

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The Rotary Club of Mount Pleasant recently presented a check for $2,536 to the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation to support the upcoming iCan Kids Discovery College that will be held this summer. Pictured making the donation on behalf of the Rotary Club is (center from left) Shane Webb, Vickie Goates and Hershal Kelley. Receiving

J.T. and Kaye Brison give NTCC scholarship

brison gift

The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently received a $500 gift from J.T. and Kaye Brison to support the Brison-Crosby Education Scholarship. The scholarship fund is in memory of Kaye’s grandmother, Hettie Agnes Crosby, and will be awarded to an education major attending NTCC. Nita May (left), NTCC Director of Development, is pictured receiving the

NTCC to hold commencement ceremonies May 13


NTCC will hold its May commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 13 at 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. in the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts.  The 9 a.m. ceremony will be held for students receiving Associate of Arts, Associate of Science and Associate of Arts in Teaching degrees. The 11 a.m. ceremony will honor those receiving Associate of Applied

New NTCC Funeral Service Education Program one step closer to accreditation

Northeast Texas Community College is one step closer to having a fully-accredited Funeral Service Education Program, as the American Board of Funeral Service Education (ABFSE) recently granted the program candidacy. Rebecca Gardner, NTCC Director of Funeral Service Education, and Dr. Shannon Cox-Kelley, NTCC Dean of Health Sciences, traveled to Myrtle Beach, SC to defend the

Alpha Delta Nu makes donation to Northeast Child Advocacy Center

alpha delta nu donation

Members of the Northeast Texas Community College Chapter of Alpha Delta Nu, the honor society for students pursuing associate degrees in nursing, recently presented a donation of needed items to the Northeast Child Advocacy Center. The donation included personal care items, toys for children and a small monetary donation for their needs. One of the

Mount Pleasant Seventh-Day Adventist Church sponsors special event for NTCC Film Club

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The Northeast Texas Community College Film Club recently hosted the Mount Pleasant Seventh-Day Adventists’ showing of Conscientious Objector, a 2004 documentary about Medal of Honor-winner, Desmond T. Doss. In addition to sponsoring a viewing of the film, the church supplied attendees with pizza, water bottles, pens, and copies of the book, Hero of Hacksaw Ridge,

William Jones wins annual NTCC Poster Contest

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Honors Northeast hosted the ninth annual McGraw-Hill Poster Contest April 28 in the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts. Nearly 20 students competed in the event, where they presented posters summarizing their research on a wide variety of academic topics. William Jones, a sophomore Presidential Scholar from Mount Pleasant, won first place. He received a

Registration underway for NTCC iCan Kids Discovery College

kids camp

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

texas heritage gift

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