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Intersession, Spring registration underway at NTCC

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Registration for the spring 2017 semester is currently underway at Northeast Texas Community College. Students may also register for the holiday intersession term. Intersession courses run December 21 through January 6. These intensive online classes allow dedicated students to earn full college credit in about three weeks. Learn more about these classes at www.ntcc.edu/intersession. The regular

NTCC Art hosts quilting exhibit

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The Northeast Texas Community College Art Department is hosting A Passion for Piecing, a quilt exhibit featuring the work of local quilters, through November 29 in the foyer of the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts. “Quilting is a fascinating art form that marries creativity with tradition and practicality. We are excited to showcase the

Emmalea Shaw wins STAR Scholarship

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Emmalea Shaw, a Northeast Texas Community College sophomore from Fruitvale, was one of six recipients of the Dr. Mary Hood STAR Scholarship.  The scholarship honors returning community college students in the Texas region who show outstanding promise as leaders and as scholars. The recipients were announced at the recent Texas Honors Institute held at Stephen F.

Eagles Softball signs new recruits

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Northeast Texas Community College Eagles Softball held a signing ceremony Tuesday for 2017-2018 recruits. Signees are pictured seated (from left): Tatyanna Smith of Hope, AR; Hollie Thomas of Henrietta; Ramzi Smith of Redwater; Shelby Baker of Carrollton; and Jamie Franks of Kennedale. NTCC Head Softball Coach, Jessica Keith and Assistant Coach, Sarah Lankford, are pictured

Honors scholars promote new original film

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Submitted by Honors Northeast Except for citizens of Cherokee County, a few counties south, and observant residents of Nacogdoches who are aware of Chief Bowles’ statue, many today do not know that Northeast Texas once housed a substantial Cherokee community.  The young Republic of Texas insured that the roots of this colony, established around 1820,

NTCC and A&M-Texarkana reaffirm BSN agreement

Northeast Texas Community College and Texas A&M University-Texarkana officials recently renewed an agreement that affirms the transferability of courses from the Associate Degree in Nursing program at NTCC to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at A&M-Texarkana. The articulation agreement enables NTCC students who successfully complete the courses outlined in the plan to transfer

NTCC Food Drive 2016

The Office of Student Activities and Student Government Association is hosting a campus wide food drive November 2-December 7, 2016. Please join us in our effort to take action against hunger and help families within our surrounding communities. PLEASE ADOPT A FAMILY OR TWO! $8-$10 per box Items to include in a small box or brown paper bag:

Sondra Fowler appointed to NTCC Board of Trustees

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The Northeast Texas Community College Board of Trustees appointed a new member Tuesday night. Sondra Fowler of Daingerfield was tapped to replace John Bryan, who resigned from the board in September. Fowler has 30 years of experience in communications with five major multinational corporations. She retired from Conoco in 2002 as head of global external

The Hunts to perform at Whatley Center

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The Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College will host The Hunts in concert November 12 at 7:30 p.m. The event is sponsored by Mrs. Helen Hampton. Known for their harmony-laced take on alternative-folk, The Hunts are a Chesapeake, Virginia-based band of seven siblings who’ve been playing music together almost their entire lives.

Honors Northeast presents at conference in Seattle

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Five Honors Northeast sophomores and two faculty members recently represented Northeast Texas Community College at the 51st Meeting of the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) in Seattle, October 12-15. NTCC is the only community college to have presented scholarly works at the NCHC continuously since 2008, and has the only program in the nation, university or otherwise, to have