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Honors Northeast plans original film premiere

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Honors Northeast, the honors program at Northeast Texas Community College, will premiere an original historical film Friday, Feb. 17 at 7 p.m. in the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts. The production, Sam Houston and the Fate of the Texas Cherokee, is the fifth film Honors Northeast has completed in the last five years. Free

Welcome Back Social planned for Jan. 18

The first week of classes can be a stressful time in the life of a college student. To help alleviate this stress, and to encourage students to meet new people, we have planned a Welcome Back Social for students, faculty and staff. If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Student Activities at

Foundation accepting applications for transfer scholarship

The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation is now accepting applications for the International Sulphur Transfer Scholarship. This scholarship fund provides five awards of $1,000 each for NTCC students transferring to a four-year university. Those who meet the criteria below should plan to apply by April 14 in order to be considered for this scholarship: Are you

NTCC closed Monday, Jan. 16 for MLK Day

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Northeast Texas Community College will be closed Monday, Jan. 16 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The college will resume regular business hours and kick off the first day of the Spring 2017 semester on Tuesday, Jan. 17. Students will report to their Monday-Wednesday classes for the first time on Wednesday, Jan. 18.

NTCC closed Dec. 19-30 for winter break


Northeast Texas Community College will be closed Dec. 19-30 for winter break. Offices will resume regular business hours Monday, Jan. 2. Spring classes begin Tuesday, Jan. 17. Returning students may register for classes online during the break in their myEagle Portal account. New students can apply for admission and financial aid online. NTCC wishes everyone

First Federal Community Bank supports Honors Northeast


For the sixth time, First Federal Community Bank of Mount Pleasant has supported the cultural and academic initiatives of Honors Northeast.  A recent holiday gift of $500 will aid the program in maintaining its yearly cycle of scholarly and artistic offerings, which, in turn, has enhanced student profiles. First Federal Community Bank was established in

Sondra Fowler gives matched NTCC scholarship


Sondra Fowler recently gave a $2,000 gift to the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation. She is pictured (left) presenting the check to Dr. Jonathan McCullough, NTCC Vice President for Advancement. Because she is a retired employee of ConocoPhillips, she qualifies for a matching gift program that is offered by the corporation. The gift will be matched

ALAS of Texas gives $7,500 for NTCC scholarships


Amigos Latinos Al Servicios (ALAS) of Texas recently presented a check for $7,500 to the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation. The funds were raised at the second annual Cinco de Mayo on the Square event that was held in Mount Pleasant this year and will provide scholarships for local students attending NTCC. ALAS is a

Update: Three NTCC students named Jack Kent Cooke semifinalists


Northeast Texas Community College learned last week that three sophomore students have been named semifinalists for the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. Ryan-Rose Mendoza, Melody Mott and Bailey Hall, all of Mount Pleasant, are among those who will move into the final stages of the highly-competitive competition. Their applications were among more than

Sondra Fowler sworn in as new NTCC Board member


Sondra Fowler (right) was sworn in by Gov. Bill Ratliff at the December meeting of the Northeast Texas Community College Board of Trustees. Fowler, of Daingerfield, was appointed to replace John Bryan, who resigned from the board in September. She will fill the seat until the next board election in 2018.