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 »

NTCC Softball to host skills camp

The Northeast Texas Community College Eagles Softball staff will host a three-day skills camp June 16-18 at Eagle Field on the NTCC campus. The camp is open to players ages 5-14. It provides a way to learn and improve on all necessary skills in a structured and scientifically proven system. Games, challenges and prizes will

Charlie and Helen Hampton give $1,000 to Work Scholarship Program

hampton gift

Charlie and Helen Hampton recently gave $1,000 to the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation. The gift will sponsor a student in the college’s new Work Scholarship Program.  The program allows students the opportunity to volunteer to work at NTCC doing meaningful work (preferably in a field related to their major) and earning credit (in the

NTCC to offer Medication Aide course

Northeast Texas Community College will host a Medication Aide Course this summer beginning Monday, June 9. This course is 144 hours and provides instruction in preparation administration of designated medications by non-licensed nursing personnel employed in licensed health care agencies. It also teaches the responsibilities associated with such administration. There will be two orientation sessions. The first

NTCC closed for Memorial Day


Northeast Texas Community College will be closed on Monday, May 26 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Offices will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, May 27. In case of an emergency on campus during the closure, contact security at 903-563-1417.

Automotive program holds Carroll Shelby Memorial Cruise

shelby cruise

The Carroll Shelby Automotive Technology Program at Northeast Texas Community College honored the memory of its benefactor last weekend with the 2014 Shelby Memorial Cruise. It was a beautiful day for a cruise to celebrate a life well lived. Car and bike enthusiasts gathered at NTCC and then cruised to Leesburg (Shelby’s hometown) and the Leesburg

TRMC Auxiliary gives allied health scholarships

trmc auxilliary

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

Texas Pioneer Foundation gives $200,000 to three-college consortium project

pioneer foundation gift

Representatives from Kilgore College, Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC) and Texarkana College recently gathered on the NTCC campus in Mount Pleasant to receive a $200,000 grant from the Texas Pioneer Foundation. The three colleges were awarded the money to support the creation of a consortium to promote student success and college efficiency. The consortium was organized as an innovative way to

Webb chapter Northeast earns best-in-state honorary cords

Webb Graduates

The Northeast Texas Webb Chapter, part of the collegiate student auxiliary of the Texas State Historical Association, earned special gold-red-black cords for graduation this spring.  They were the only chapter in the state that won both a Caldwell Group Award, and a Chapter Award in the last two years. Shown from left to right are: Matthew

Ashley Laureano earns J. Travis Jackson GED Scholarship

travis jackson award

Ashley Laureano (center) of Mount Pleasant, was recently presented with the J. Travis Jackson GED Scholarship during the 2014 GED graduation ceremony hosted by the Northeast Texas Community College Adult Education Department. This $500 award is given by the Mount Pleasant Rotary Club in memory of Jackson, who was a long time adult educator in Titus County. Making the presentation is Malik Latif

Students inducted into National Adult Education Honor Society

GED honor society

A gift from the Whatley Employee Enhancement Grant recently honored deserving General Equivalency Diploma (GED) students from Northeast Texas Community College by inducting them into the National Adult Education Honor Society (NAEHS). Those inducted were: (from left) Maxine Spafford, Duane Walker, Susie Smith, Randall Bourgeois, Letisia Rios, Brian Smith, Gracie Martinez, Brian Carr, Iliana Gonzalez, and Ashley Laureano. Not pictured were Sara