NTCC opens summer, fall registration
Registration is currently underway for the 2014 May Intersession, Summer and Fall semesters at Northeast Texas Community College. Class schedules are available online at www.ntcc.edu/schedules.
Most current students should be able to register for classes online by logging into their myEagle Portal account. Prospective students should visit www.ntcc.edu/apply to begin the application process. Both new and returning students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov.
”We know it may seem early to be thinking about the fall semester, but it will be here before you know it. Students need to allow plenty of time to process admissions and financial aid applications,” Judy Traylor, NTCC Vice President for Student Services, said.
Academic, financial aid and admissions advisors are available in the administration building to assist students. Office hours are Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to noon.
”For your convenience, students can access everything they need to enroll on our website. However, we realize that sometimes you need to speak to someone face-to-face. Whether you need help with your application or advice on choosing a major, our friendly staff is here to help you,” Traylor said.
May Intersession classes run May 12-28. This is a fast-paced mini semester that allows students to receive credit in a very short period of time. Visit www.ntcc.edu/intersession for more details about how to enroll. Summer classes begin June 9 and the Fall semester starts August 25.
Housing is available for both the summer and fall semesters. NTCC offers two options – Residential Housing East (RHE) and Residential Housing West (RHW). RHE is a recently-constructed apartment-style complex that adjoins the fitness center. RHW is a more affordable traditional dorm facility. Visit www.ntcc.edu/housing to learn more.
In addition to the main campus located in the Chapel Hill community on FM 1735, NTCC also has outreach centers in surrounding areas. Students can receive full advising services at the Hanson-Sewell Center in Pittsburg (237 College Street) and the Naples-Omaha Center in Naples (412 W.L. “Doc” Dodson Blvd. Hwy. 67). Returning students can call 903-434-8100 with questions. New students are encouraged to call 903-434-8149 to receive special help with the admissions process.