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Texas Heritage National Bank gives NTCC Honors scholarship

Texas Heritage National Bank recently gave $4,000 to the Northeast Texas Community College Foundation. The funds will be used to sponsor a Presidential Scholar in Honors Northeast, NTCC’s nationally-recognized honors program. Dwyatt More »

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NTCC Faculty Senate hosts annual Student Awards Ceremony

The Northeast Texas Community College Faculty Senate recently held its 24th annual Student Awards Ceremony. Each year, faculty nominate their best students to receive awards for their hard work and achievements throughout More »


It is time to register for classes!

Registration for the May Intersession and Summer 2016 is now underway at Northeast Texas Community College. Fall registration begins Friday, April 15. Class schedules are available online at www.ntcc.edu/schedules. Most current students should More »


Elizabeth H. Whatley leaves behind lasting legacy at NTCC

Northeast Texas Community College lost a long time friend this week as Mrs. Elizabeth H. Whatley passed away at the age of 89. Services for Mrs. Whatley will be held Saturday, April More »

Jerald and Mary Lou Mowery give $2,000 for special NTCC projects

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Jerald and Mary Lou Mowery recently gave $2,000 to support special projects at Northeast Texas Community College. The gift will help Honors Northeast sponsor the 2018 McGraw-Hill Poster Contest and it will also support next year’s Honors film project. All gifts to the NTCC Foundation are tax-deductible and directly help local students. Give online today

Richard and Margaret Perryman give $2,750 to NTCC Work Scholarship Program

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Richard and Margaret Perryman recently gave $2,750 to support the Northeast Texas Community College Work Scholarship Program. Specifically, they sponsored a luncheon that is held at the end of each summer to recognize work scholarship students, supervisors and donors. Richard Perryman (left) is pictured presenting the check to Nita May, NTCC Director of Development. The

Al and Sue Havenstrite give $5,000 for scholarships

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Al and Sue Havenstrite recently gave $5,000 to support scholarships at Northeast Texas Community College. All funds given to scholarship endowments will be matched dollar-for-dollar through the Title V grant program, doubling the contribution. Al (right) and Sue are pictured presenting their gift to Dr. Jonathan McCullough (left), NTCC Vice President for Advancement. To learn

Five NTCC students named Jack Kent Cooke Foundation scholarship semi-finalists

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The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation recently named five students at Northeast Texas Community College as semi-finalists for their highly competitive and elite Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. Alicia Cantrell, Brenda Godoy, Rachel Jordan, Adriana Rodriquez and Cassidy Watkins were included in the list. Their applications were among more than 2,800 submitted by students across the nation. Only

Board appoints Ron Clinton as President of NTCC

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The Northeast Texas Community College Board of Trustees met Monday for its regular December meeting. The board unanimously voted to appoint Dr. Ron Clinton as president of the college and approved a four-year contract for the position. Clinton was named the sole finalist for president at a special-called meeting November 15. Per state law, the board was

Get ahead with a December Intersession course

Whether you want to get ahead or catch up, Intersession courses at NTCC are a great way to get the classes you need for your degree FAST. Most classes are completely online. They begin December 20 and end January 9. Sign up today! Click for More Info on Intersession The course list is included below:

Four NTCC students named Jack Kent Cooke semi-finalists

Breaking news! Four Northeast Texas Community College students learned yesterday that they are semi-finalists for the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship. Alicia Cantrell, Brenda Godoy, Adriana Rodriguez and Cassidy Watkins were all named for the honor. Finalists will receive a scholarship worth $40,000 for up to three years – a $120,000 value! Watch for more

Got socks? Donations needed!

Texas A&M University-Texarkana and Communities in Schools are teaming up for a sock drive to help area children. Other items are needed as well. Please see the flyer below.

Cypress Bank sponsors the Celtic Tenors at the Whatley Center

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Cypress Bank recently gave $3,000 to sponsor the upcoming holiday performance of the Celtic Tenors at the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of Northeast Texas Community College. B Gooding, President of Cypress Bank, (right) is pictured presenting the check to Dr. Jonathan McCullough, NTCC Vice President for Advancement. Tickets are still

NTCC closed Nov. 22-24 for Thanksgiving


Northeast Texas Community College will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 22 through Friday, Nov. 24 for the Thanksgiving holiday. In case of an emergency on campus during this time, please contact security at 903-434-8127.