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NTCC Phi Theta Kappa wins national USA Today competition

       Alpha Mu Chi, Northeast Texas Community College’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, earned national acclaim as one of four chapters to win the 2013 Honors Case Study Challenge competition sponsored by More »

Registration delays due to software conversion

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Northeast Texas Community College is gearing up for the fall semester, which begins Monday, Aug. 24. Due to issues stemming from a recent student information software conversion, online registration is currently unavailable and students will find wait times to be longer than usual. “When a college replaces its administrative software systems, there are always challenges.

NTCC offers Saturday registration Aug. 22

Northeast Texas Community College will be open from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Aug. 22 to assist students with finalizing registration for the Fall 2015 semester. Students who have already begun the registration process will have the opportunity to meet with academic advisors, make payments and receive help with financial aid. The College Store

Hanson-Sewell Center offers fall classes

The Northeast Texas Community College Hanson-Sewell Center in Pittsburg would like to remind residents of Camp County and surrounding areas that a full slate of courses will be offered at the center this fall. The majority of classes offered at the Hanson-Sewell Center are held in the evening in order to allow working adults a

NTCC to offer free GED, ESL classes

The Adult Education Department at Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC) will offer free General Education Development (GED) and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes at various locations beginning this month. All students must in enroll in an orientation session before beginning classes. See the orientation schedule/contact information below: Mt. Pleasant GED – Daytime Community

NTCC Ag hosts goat clinic

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There were no cartoons, cereal and air conditioning for 25 area 4-H and FFA youth who chose instead to get up early on and come out to participate in the Northeast Texas Goat Raiser’s Association Goat Clinic held at the Northeast Texas Community College Ag Complex last Saturday. This was the eighth clinic organized and held by

ITTC to add CNC Operator certificate

Northeast Texas Community College announced on Thursday an important expansion of its training opportunities at the Industrial Technology Training Center in Mount Pleasant. Thanks to a partnership with the Mount Pleasant Economic Development Corporation and Workforce Solutions Northeast, NTCC will soon offer a certificate program in Computer Numerical Controls (CNC) Operator at the ITTC. The CNC

Honors Northeast seeks submissions for poetry contest

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The eighth annual Northeast Texas Poetry Contest and Reading is again open to the public.  Amateur, accomplished or aspiring poets of any age are welcome to submit their best poem on the topic of life in Northeast Texas. Poets are encouraged to accent or enliven the sense of the surroundings, the people, the culture or the

Cypress Bank-Lone Star supports Honors Northeast

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Cypress Bank-Lone Star recently presented a high-end laptop for the use of Northeast Texas Community College Honors students. This year’s recipient, Cruz Gallegos (pictured center), was the 2015 Valedictorian at Daingerfield High School. Dr. Andrew Yox, Honors Director (left) and Billie Sue Hanson, Cypress Bank-Lone Star Vice President (right) are pictured making the presentation. Cypress,

NTCC ads orientation date

Due to increased demand, Northeast Texas Community College will add an additional date for new students to attend myEagle Orientation. Any first-time student who has not yet attended orientation and plans to take classes at NTCC this fall should make plans to sign up for this final session on Wednesday, Aug. 5. The event begins

Progressive Women’s Organization gives $1,000 to Whatley Campaign

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The Progressive Women’s Organization of Mount Pleasant recently gave $1,000 to support the Northeast Texas Community College Campaign for the Whatley. Their gift will sponsor a theatre seat in honor of their organization and one in memory of Verner Cornelius. Members from the group are pictured presenting a check to Carolyn Franks, Director of the